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Safari in Emas National Park

South of the Amazon Basin lies a series of high plateaux where you can see for ever. The ground is carpeted in grasses and shrubs, and there are small, gnarled trees with thick, corky bark. This vast area of grassland and scrub is known as cerrado or savannah, and it covers South America's high plains, the Planalto Central - about 500-800 metres (1650-2600 feet) above sea level - and surrounding areas.Ten Brazilian states share the 2 million square kilometers (800,000 square miles) of cerrado, an area the size of western Europe, and it is rich in wildlife.

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Iguassu Falls, world's largest waterfalls

Visit the world's largest waterfalls, the Iguassu Falls are shared by Brazil and Argentina and we will visit both sides to have a complete experience, a forest walk, speed boats tour under the falls, walk to the lowest part of the falls, ride a truck through the forest are some of the activities you may live. Optional helicopter flight over the falls. Experience a traditional "assado" (BBQ) with Mendoza's finest red wine also will complete the experience.

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Cristalino Reserve

At north of Mato Grosso State in the southern Amazonia, lies the region of Alta Floresta, an example of pristine Terra Firme forest. The Cristalino Reserve is one of the highlights birding spots of Brazil and South America. The geographic location in the headwaters of the Tapaj?s river contributes greatly to its ornithological importance because the river separates different populations of many forest birds. There are few places, even in the deepest recesses of Amazonia, where one can experience such undisturbed wilderness.

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South American Big Five

South America, like Africa, has a mammal "big five" that wildlife watchers dream of seeing. Giant Otter, Brazilian Tapir, Giant Anteater, Maned Wolf and Jaguar are the most sought after mammals in the bird continent. With effort, a judicious itinerary and a dose of luck, the Pantanal Bird Club offers a good chance of clapping eyes on the entire quintet. But even without these five biggies, the Pantanal provides the continent's best mammal watching, with most visitors enjoying close views of a wide variety of species. Are you interested?

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Snorkeling and wildlife watching

Most people visit the Pantanal, world's largest wetland, during the dry season between July to October, and are puzzle about the "wetland" part of this title.Landscape is extremely dry, roads are dusty and water is concentrate in few ponds. A great wildlife spectacle, a kind of nature decadence avec elegance but no wetland at all.Our Pantanal lodge, an island in waterworld The Pantanal receives 1,000-1,600mm of rain per year, predominantly between November and March.

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Highway through the Amazon

When you think of the North American National Parks (NP), the image of the infrastructure and the typical commodities of the city stray far from the mind - unless, of course, you think of the Canadian NPs like Banff or even Jasper. A version of the Trans-Canada Highway is now being replicated in the Amazon. The Trans-Amazon Highway stretches from the coast of Peru to Brazil throughout the entire length of the Amazon rainforest and the continent.

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Safari the Best of the Pantanal

The pantanal is the best place in South America to see wildlife. Experience the Best of the Pantanal in a real safari while we look for jaguars, hyacinth macaws, capybaras, jabirus, thousnads of caiman while riding open safari jeep, motorized canoes, night drives. Six nights to be remember for the rest of your days. Further information and detailed itinerary you can find at www.pantanalbirdclub.org

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