David and Linda had a fantastic holiday to Brazil in September 2017. The highlights included staying in a lodge in the heart of the Amazon Rainforest, searching for jaguars in the Pantanal and then four nights relaxing at the Iguassu Falls.
The Brazilian Amazon
An insider's guide to Brazil's Amazon featuring hotels, reviews, rates and activities to do.
One of the most luxurious and comfortable lodges in the Amazon, Anavilhanas sits at the edge of the largest inland archipelago in the world and the Anavilhanas National Park.
Located in one of the largest protected areas of the Brazilian Amazon and part of the world’s largest protected tropical rainforest corridor, Uakari Floating Lodge is an award-winning community-based tourism initiative offering guests an immersive Amazon experience and fantastic birdwatching and wildlife viewing opportunities.
Deep in the Amazon Rainforest near Manaus and the Anavilhanas Archipelago, Mirante do Gavião or “the hawk’s lookout” is a new sustainably-designed ecolodge, offering exclusive accommodation and access to one of the most bio-diverse and ecologically important areas of the planet.
Robert and Andrew travelled with us to Brazil to see the highlights of what South America can provide. Starting off with the mighty Iguassu falls and the variety of bird life, they then headed into the Pantanal for jaguars, and finally into the Amazon for giant otters and anteaters. Robert was kind enough to share a few of his photos with us!
Considered to be the best lodge in the Brazilian Amazon for wildlife enthusiasts, and voted one of the best ecolodges in the world, Cristalino Lodge is a very special property!