Jaguars rest and walk on the river banks, often they enter in the water to hunt and to take a fresh bath.
Besides the jaguars you will have the opportunities to photograph also the endangered giant river otters (Pteronura brasiliensis) during their incredible fishing scenes.
In Paraguay River, the province of Cáceres, the environment is amazing, it is composed primarily by flooded fields, has in its interior a variety of aquatic environments, such as grass fields, forests, lagoons, streams and riparian forest, strongly influenced by the seasonality of the hydrological regime of the Paraguay River.
Jaguar population is increasing every year. We propose this expedition during which we will explore the best jaguar spots including the Taiamã Reserve, a big river island of about 11,000 hectares that becomes an Ecological Reserve in the 1981 by the Chico Mendes Institute.
At Porto Jofre or Paraguay river you will stay either in a lodge river side or in an House-boat.