The Pantanal is the world's largest tropical wetland area in the middle of South America, with a total area half the size of France. Although it's mainly located in Brazil, it extends to Bolivia and Paraguay. The Pantanal is inarguably the best place in Brazil to observe wildlife.
Here, one can find caimans, deer, capybaras, anteaters, jaguars, tapirs, cougars, and monkeys. There are also a lot of different species of birds and fish.
Our photo expedition's main objective is a jaguar, the largest and strongest cat in America, both incredibly beautiful and graceful. It is here, in the Pantanal, that the conditions are the most favorable for photographing a jaguar in the wild. During our expedition, we'll see jaguars come out from the jungle to quench their thirst and hunt amid the dry season. It's precisely during this time that we can capture the animal in all its wildest beauty.
During our tour, we'll cross Pantanal, drive through a maze of rivers and swamps, and finally delve into the Waters State Park, which is often referred to as the land of the jaguar. In recent years, the jaguar population in the Pantanal has increased dramatically, and the likelihood of making good shots has doubled.