Photo Safari Pantanal – In the Kingdom of the Jaguar
Pantanal Photo Safari - Photography of Jaguar, Giant Otter and Tapir
This photo tour focuses on nature and wildlife photography. The Pantanal, the largest inland wetland on earth, is located in central-western Brazil. Dense forest areas, open bush and tree savannah, extensive swamps, and a network of rivers and lakes make the region an Eldorado for photo travellers. And the jaguar sanctuary near Porto Jofre has the highest density of big cats in the world. Because jaguars prefer humid, shoreline habitats, they are frequently found along the riverbanks of the Rio Cuiabá and its tributaries during the dry season. You will spend three days on a speedboat, quietly capturing these animals on your camera.
But the wildlife in the Pantanal has even more photo opportunities to offer. Caimans, capybaras (water pigs), giant otters, the giant anteater, black howler monkeys, and even macaws can frequently be photographed up close on this photo tour. The Pantanal counts over 440 bird species. In addition to the world's largest population of hyacinth macaws, toucans, jabiru storks, roseate spoonbills, and kingfishers are also visible. In the evening twilight, you'll look for lowland tapir, ocelot (wild cat), and marsh deer as well as nocturnal birds.
Details of the Photo Tour - Pantanal
Your tour guide will show you his favorite photo spots. Depending on the local conditions, the days may start quite early. You will be on the boat, on foot, or in a vehicle for the explorations. Some of the eventful days end with evening excursions. As with all our photo tours, we work with experienced local partners.
General Information on our Photos Tours
During our photo safaris, you will be travelling with like-minded people.
We keep the number of participants on these safaris low and get you to the desired locations on time so that you can capture them in ideal lighting conditions.