WE SPECIALIZED IN UNFORGATABLE JAGUAR TOURS
Visitors who spend five days or more at the Camp might see more than a few jaguars. Of course, we cannot offer a guarantee that you will see one of these marvellous creatures, but we can promise that you will see other equally breathtaking wildlife during your stay. Hyacinth Macaws as well as other animals such as crab-eatin Foxes Giant Otters, Capybaras, Iguanas, Howler monkeys, and Paraguayan Caimans are all a regular feature of the area.
The jaguar (Panthera onca) is the largest cat native to the Americas and the third largest cat in the world, after their lion and tiger cousins. Being the only living representative of the genus Panthera found in the New World, they once roamed from the southern tip of Argentina to the U.S.-Mexico border. Today they are listed as near threatened by the IUCN and large numbers on are only found in remote regions of South and Central America. The Pantanal holds the densest population of jaguars, estimating between 4,000-7,000 jaguars in the Pantanal alone.