Postcards from Brazil’s Pantanal
Some of my favourite pictures from a 16-day trip around Brazil’s Pantanal with Zegrahm Expeditions…
Pantanal is the wildlife mecca of South America in the heart of the continent split between Brazil, Bolivia and Paraguay. The huge open wetlands of Pantanal – it covers more than 210,000 sq km – make it easy to observe wildlife. From dawn to dusk, we spent our days searching for jaguars, anteaters, tapirs, caimans, as well as a colourful assortment of birds, including hyacinth macaws – the world’s largest parrot – rheas and jabiru strorks.
Stay tuned for more in-depth posts about my Pantanal adventure.