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Brazil

Superb wildlife viewing

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Superb wildlife viewing in the Pantanal and Amazon regions

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Discover all that you can do and experience in Brazil...

Mammals

Mammals

More than 400 species of mammals live in the Amazon region alone with lots also in the Pantanal.  Target species include tapirs, ocelots, giant otters and the elusive giant anteater.
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Birds

Birds

60% of all known species in South America are found in Brazil. From colourful tropical species to the rare harpy eagle, the country is as much for birders as other wildlife.
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Other wildlife

Other wildlife

Hundreds of reptiles from colourful frogs to mighty anaconda are native to Brazil as well as an incredible variety of insects, plants and flora – a complete wildlife destination.
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Wildfoot Travel Experts

Simon Rowland
Simon Rowland
Brazil Specialist

Speak to someone who’s been to Brazil. Start planning your tailor-made trip by calling one of our friendly destination specialists on 0800 195 3385 or 44 1625 581143 for outside the UK.

Download Our Brazil Brochure

Our Brazil brochure contains a sample of some of our favourite Brazil itineraries, created with you, the customer, in mind. Carefully selected by our team of wildlife-travel specialists, our exciting programme of out-of-the-ordinary travel adventures combines the planet’s most sought-after wildlife experiences with the very best in transport, accommodation and expert guiding.

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About Brazil

Brazil is a vast South American country, stretching from the Amazon Basin in the north to the massive Iguaçu Falls in the south and famed for its spectacular and flamboyant capital, Rio de Janeiro. For Wildfoot visitors, however, the principal attractions are the wide open spaces and the wildlife, especially in the Pantanal and the Amazon. The Pantanal is the world's largest freshwater wetland and a lush reservoir where thousands of species of exotic plants and a highly concentrated, diverse mix of animals call home. The Amazon region also bursts with fauna and flora, but here it must be sought out within the dense rainforest; nevertheless, this is an adventure well worth undertaking and with rich rewards.

Foreign Travel Advice

For the latest travel advice from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office including security and local laws, plus passport and visa information, check www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice