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At Jaguar Trails our speciality is a Pantanal Jaguar Safari in Brazil as well as a chance to see this amazing big cat, you can also see Maned Wolf, Giant River Otters, Giant Anteater and maybe the elusive Ocelot. Primates are exceptionally well represented in Brazil, with a check list that presently includes an incredible 79 species. Brazil also possesses a remarkable avian diversity, with 1622 bird species recorded in a wide range of amazing habitats. Let Jaguar Trails help you to design your perfect wildlife tour and combine a Pantanal Jaguar Safari with visits to the amazing Amazon Rainforest.

This is the main navigation page for Jaguar Trails. From here you can access all of the site contents. Click on any of the National Parks/Reserves above for specific information about their native wildlife and the activities available. We organise tailor-made trips to any or all of these locations, with the highlight being to visit the Pantanal on a Jaguar Safari. You choose your own itinerary, we make it happen.

Brazil is flexing its economic muscles on the world stage and it is clear that some of the development will be harmful to the environment. The devastation of the Amazon Rainforest is well documented and it is clear from my recent trip that many such battles are on going. Quality wildlife tourism to Brazil and other South American countries offers a real alternative revenue stream for local populations and a chance to save iconic wildlife species such as the Jaguar.

Today's Brazil affords fantastic wildlife opportunities, and the chance to go on a Pantanal Jaguar Safari; viewing Jaguars as you drift along slowly on a private boat safari. Arguably the most exciting wildlife encounter in South America; a Pantanal Jaguar Safari is genuinely a privilege for any visitor to this fascinating country. In addition, there are locations to see the secretive Maned Wolf and Giant Anteaters, to track primates in the Altlantic Rainforest and to view Pink River Dolphins in the depths of the incredible Amazon Rainforest.

Aside from a chance to see Jaguars in the Pantanal there are amazing parks in the Northeast of the country such as Canastra and Caratinga that receive very few visitors. Of course for many people visitng Brazil, a chance to explore the rainforest is a must and we focus on areas well away from the larger towns and cities to give our clients a real insight into both the culture and wildlife in the amazing and atmospheric flooded forest.

For those clients yearning to leave the jeeps and stretch their legs in the beautiful countryside, opportunities abound in Brazil. One can explore East Brazil's diverse Atlantic Rainforest and the bird and mammal species found in this habitat or the high plains of the famous Cerrada regions with their abundant waterfalls and unique wildlife. Or those looking for water sports activites or plain old relaxation can head to the thousands of miles of untouched coastline in Northwest Brazil.

We believe strongly in responsible eco-tourism with an emphasis on respect for wildlife, the environment, indigenous cultures, and the wilderness communities we visit. Our aim is to create a company that not only provides unforgettable wildlife tours, but also directly contributes to the effective conservation of wildlife and natural habitat, and rewards responsible ecotourism initiatives in small, often remote communities with much needed income.

So let us design a tailored wildlife tour including a Pantanal Jaguar Safari, a chance to see the Maned Wolf and Giant Anteater, view the agile Giant River Otters in their family groups and explore the flooded rainforest in the Amazon.

    

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