Mato Grosso

Brazilian Pantanal is a must for the true wildlife lover

Nine out of ten specialists will say it’s the best place in the country to spot a wild jaguar in nature and along with that you’ll still able to see hundreds of species of birds, mamals, fish and reptiles from one of the worlds’ most preserved wildlife scenes. Jaguars, aligators, piranas, eagles, there an infinite […]

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Serra do Roncador (Snorer Sierra) mysteries and ecotourism!

Located in the most central point of Brazil in the mid-west state of Mato Grosso. The Serra do Roncador is an immense mountain range formed by plutonic rock that rises to divide the waters of the Araguaia River (longest sole brazilian river in the amazon basin) and Rio das Mortes (River of deaths). The region keeps […]

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Barra do Garças – the doorway to the Amazon forest

Nature has been generous in the town of Barra do Garças (Herons Bar). Located in the state of Mato Grosso the city is known as the entry door of the Amazon forest. It’s common to find wild animals calmly walking around the city like iguanas, monkeys, herons, toucans! The city has its domain on the […]

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Best time to travel to Brazil? Now!

With the dollar and Euro at historical highs against the Real – the brazilian currency – the question always poised as to which is the best time of the year to visit the tropical bohemath is easily answered… now! In the last 12 months the Real has lost almost 30% of its value, meaning today […]

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Chapada dos Guimaraes: for those with adventurous spirit

Striking orange-red sandstone walls – trademarks of Chapada dos Guimaraes – give welcome to tourists that dock in the city, just 50 km from the capital Cuiabá (Mato Grosso). Gateway National Park, the town that bears the same name as the reserve offers comfortable lodgings, cozy restaurants and a small square (where is the bucolic […]

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