Jaguars

The largest and most elusive feline in the Americas – and the third-biggest cat in the world after tigers and lions – are notoriously tricky to spot on the wild. But since Exodus has been running tours to the northern Pantanal, our groups have had 100% success rate in spotting these amazing cats. Twice the size of a leopard, they are solitary predators, formidable opponents on land, and strong swimmers known to frequent the waterways we will explore, and we divide our time between between a house boat and a lodge, journeying deep into the Pantanal.

Wild and remote, the Pantanal extends from the Amazon and is the world’s largest tropical wetland, straddling the borders of Brazil, Paraguay and Bolivia. Its plains and low scrubby forests are home to over 1000 species of bird and 300 different mammals, including tapirs, anteaters, Jabiru storks, the striking Hyacinth macaw and – of course – the jaguar. Exodus wildlife tours explore the region on horseback, by boat and on foot, in order to get as close as possible to the wildlife as possible.

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