Choose Wildfoot Travel for your time in Brazil

Not sure where to start? Well, wildlife lovers are especially well served by a choice of two enticing trips. One of those, ‘Realm of the Jaguar’, lasts just over a week and represents the perfect opportunity to view one of nature’s most elusive creatures in its natural habitat. Opt for our ‘Pantanal and Amazon’ package, meanwhile, to take in two of Brazil’s most iconic wildlife spots.

Alternatively, of course, you might be looking to do a touch more exploring, in which case, our 14-day packages will suit you perfectly. One such option will see you cover a good portion of the country, stopping at Rio De Janeiro, Iguazu Falls, Porto Jofre, Cuiaba and Manaus, followed by a two day stint at the Amazon Eco Lodge.

We also offer an option for those wanting to sneak a little more wildlife into their fortnight in Brazil. Arriving in Cuiaba, you will travel down the West of the country, stopping at Pouso Alegre, the Jaguar Flotel, Rio Claro and Iguazu Falls, before heading back up to Cuiaba.

The accommodation that we offer throughout these trips varies depending on the area that you visit. In the Pantanal, the accommodation is rather simple and rustic, but still clean and functional. Our highest-end accommodation, meanwhile, is the Jaguar Suite Flotel.

As reliable wildlife travel specialists here at Wildfoot Travel, we make sure that our guides have first-hand experience and knowledge of all the trips we offer. Portuguese is the main language spoken in Brazil, which is why it is so valuable to have one of our English speaking guides by your side.

The temperate climate in Brazil means that it’s possible to travel with us to this part of the world all year round. However, please keep in mind that we cannot control the local weather conditions at the time. The final itinerary will be determined closer to the date of your tip, but nothing on the itinerary is guaranteed.

If you feel that a Brazilian break is right for you, why not enquire to the experts in far-flung travel here at Wildfoot Travel today?