Caiman Lodge Brazil’s Pantanal
We recently had the honour to meet the owners of one of the finest lodges in Brazil’s Pantanal wetlands. Caiman lodge is in the state of Mato Grosso del Sur. It is also one of the best places to see jaguars and other large south American mammals like the giant anteater. It was where the BBC Natural History unit made the film ‘Jaguars: Brazil’s Super Cats’. Caiman Lodge was established in 1985 as the first ecotourism operation in the Southern Pantanal. Since then offering visitors a means of getting close to the region’s nature and culture, while offering great hospitality and gastronomy. Its two lodges Cordilheira (5 suites) and Baiazinha (6 rooms) are 22 kms apart and run independent operations.
Caiman operates an important Nature Conservation Programme that consists of maintaining a private reserve and supporting various research and species management projects on the whole ranch. Important conservation projects focus on the stunning blue hyacinth macaws and Americas’ biggest predator, the elusive jaguar.
We have two special offers to visit Pantanal: You can either book 4-nights and pay only for 3-nights, or book a 5-nights for the price of 4. Book two apartments and get your get a 30% discount on the second accommodation’s rate. These offers are valid until June 10th, except during holidays and commemorative dates. Contact us to know all the conditions that limit these offers.