15th 23th September
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departure from Italy according to operational, final destination Cuiabà, where our journey will begin. Free time in Cuiabà, overnight at the hotel.
we will leave in the late morning taking the Transpantaneira, a straight road of about 145 km. Already along this route it will be possible to see many animal species, like a real African safari. We will arrive at our lodge in the afternoon, where we will make our first photo safari during sunset on a small boat in a spectacular bay rich in flora and fauna.
Search for the giant anteater at dawn, return to the lodge for breakfast and immediately leave for a safari in the forest to see different animal watering at the waterholes, such as monkeys, hyacinth macaws, and other birds. Return to the lodge for breakfast and immediate departure for Porto Jofre. Lunch, accommodation in our rooms, followed by a briefing to introduce the activities of the following days. We will then set off on our first photographic safari in search of the great Jaguaro. There will also be a small exploration of the surrounding area during sunset near a small lake rich in flora and fauna. Dinner and overnight at the Lodge.
Four unforgettable days await us on our private boat in search of the jaguar along the Cuiaba river and its tributaries. For a better chance of encounters, we will stay all day on the river exploring this incredible wildlife, where we will have our packed lunch and plenty of water to keep us well hydrated. We will stay until sunset waiting for the beautiful light this magical place has to offer. Dinner and overnight at the Lodge.
* Possibility of extending the trip with a minimum of three participants to go diving with the largest reptile in the world, the anaconda.
*Possibility of extending the trip with a minimum of four participants for a five-day tour to photograph rare Amazonian birds such as the royal flycatcher and many other endemic and colorful species such as the wonderful and eccentric rock rooster from Guyana.
* Possibility of extending the trip with a minimum of four participants to explore the Atlantic rainforest for a photographic safari of primates such as the Golden Lion Tamarine.