Brazilian Explorer Documentary
Renowned for its exotic wildlife, the Pantanal, in the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso do Sul, is an immense natural region that is home to the world’s largest tropical wetland area. Its unique ecosystem hosts more than 242 species of fish, 650 species of birds, 110 different species of mammals and 50 species of reptiles, as well as the most exotic flora.
The Brazilian Explorer expedition gives you the incredible chance to get close to giant anteaters, toucans, caimans and jaguars – all while being recorded 24/7 by your very own film crew. There’s also the opportunity to swim with one of the most mysterious animals of Brazil, the green anaconda. The heaviest and one of the longest snakes in the world, the green anaconda is – thankfully – non-venomous.
The 12-day tour is designed by a team of experts and will take adventurers from São Paulo to Bonito, the ecotourism capital of Brazil. The trip includes driving, hiking and rafting through the epic wetlands of the Pantanal, as well as the one-of-a-kind chance to star in your own nature documentary.
Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil
+44 20 8451 7196
$176,144 for up to four guests