The Brazilian Pantanal offers the finest wildlife viewing in the Americas, exceeding even the wildlife experience of the Galápagos. That last statement may seem like hyperbole, but consider that the Pantanal offers the New World’s greatest diversity and abundance of large, charismatic mammals such as Jaguars, Giant Otters, Brazilian Tapirs, Capybaras, and Giant Anteaters, and spectacular birds such as Jabiru Storks, Hyacinth Macaws, and Toco Toucans. The first is the largest cat in the New World, while the other seven species are the largest in their taxonomic families in South America. The Pantanal is truly a land of giants.
Explore this magnificent landscape with Art Wolfe by your side instructing you on the best ways to properly capture the the amazing wildlife that surrounds you.
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Going to the Pantanal with Art was probably one of the most productive photographic trips I have done. You get Jaguars, Caiman, Giant River Otter, Giant AntEater, Capybara, Tapir and so many species of birds all in one place over a few intense days. The places we stayed are all top notch and geared towards making sure you are close to wildlife and can get great images. The location combined with the great instruction (both in field and in post processing) with Art means that you will come away with great images and an experience you won’t forget.