Top Nature Spots around Cuiabá, Mato Grosso, Brazil

We are often asked why are we based in Cuiabá. The answer is quite easy. The Pantanal is within one hundred miles of Cuiaba, and is the world's most extensive wetland home of the world's largest parrot Hyacinth Macaw. It’s the best place to see a jaguar in the wild, visit the cliffs of Chapada dos Guimaraes NP with its lush forest and savannas, or see the world's most powerful raptor, the Harpy Eagle on its nest. We know of two different nest sites! And you can even choose to go scuba diving in a cave 180 meters deep (540 feet) after seeing the eagle. If scuba diving isn’t for you, how about snorkeling in crystal clear streams surrounded by dozens of tropical fish and freshwater stingrays while Point-tailed Palmcreepers, macaws and parrots come to roost around you? Yes, all this is possible from Cuiaba, which is served by daily flights from Brazilian international airports at São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia, Fortaleza, Recife and Manaus.

Cuiabá, the truly gateway to nature paradise

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