Havas Brazil

A Breathtaking Beauty

A UNESCO Natural Heritage Site since 2001, due to its rich biodiversity and ecological importance, the Chapada dos Veadeiros National Park has breathtaking beauty.

Located in the Central Highlands of Brazil, just 230km from Brasília, the park is known for its spectacular waterfalls and unique geological formations, with landscapes shaped by quartz crystals, canyons and plateaus.

There are many trails that run through Chapada, with the Trilha dos Cânions e Cariocas being one of the main attractions. Passing through various types of vegetation in the Cerrado biome, the route with stunning scenery gives access to the Cânion II well and Cachoeira dos Cariocas, excellent for a refreshing swim after the walk.

Another interesting route is the Trilha dos Saltos, Carrossel and Corredeiras, where visitors pass through areas of old quartz crystal mining, reaching the viewpoint of Salto do Rio Preto, a waterfall with 100m of free fall, in addition to Cachoeira do Garimpão, with an 80 meter drop and a delicious river bath. Along the way, a complex of waterfalls, canyons and natural pools delight walkers.

Visiting the National Park at night is also a unique experience, making it possible to observe the constellations and planets, as well as the fauna belonging to the region.

Outside the park, an unmissable attraction is the Vale da Lua, a sequence of rapids with stones cut by the waters of the São Miguel River, forming a true visual spectacle.

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Havas Brazil

A breathtaking destination for nature lovers

The Pantanal – the world’s largest floodplain – is more than a tourist destination, it is a unique ecosystem that is home to an incredible wealth of wildlife and stunning landscapes.

Located in the heart of South America, covering part of the states of Mato Grosso and Mato Grosso do Sul in Brazil and extending into Bolivia and Paraguay, it has an area of approximately 195,000 square kilometers.

Governed by the water cycle, with two well-defined seasons – the dry season (April to October) and the rainy season (November to March), it is Brazil’s most preserved biome and is recognized by Unesco as a World Natural Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve.

One of the best ways to explore the region is with specialized guides through safaris aboard 4×4 vehicles or on boat trips along the rivers and canals, where tourists can record unique moments of animals in their natural habitat.

One of the Pantanal’s main attractions is the magnificent jaguar, the largest land predator in the Americas. Watching this majestic feline, known for its beauty and strength, is a truly thrilling experience. As is the sight of alligators sunbathing or gliding silently through the calm waters in search of prey.

And, of course, we can’t forget the hyacinth macaws flying through the sky in colorful flocks, with their vibrant and eye-catching plumage, symbols of the exuberance of the Pantanal’s fauna.

In addition to the wildlife, the Pantanal offers a rich culture and warm hospitality. The famous Pantanal ranches offer visitors an authentic experience of life in the countryside, with activities such as horseback riding, fishing, hiking and Pantanal cuisine.

For the more adventurous, hiking through the forest, canoeing on the winding rivers, and spending the night admiring nocturnal animals and the starry sky with thousands of stars dotting the horizon are unforgettable moments.  In addition, the Pantanal is one of the best places in the world for birdwatching, making it one of the most exciting experiences in the region.

For nature lovers, the Pantanal is the perfect destination, offering a visual and sensory spectacle at every turn.