This 3-night Pantanal River Cruise is perfect for travelers who in a few days want to experience the thrill of the world's largest tropical wetlands area, the Brazilian Pantanal nature reserve in just a few days. The Peralta visits some of the most essential areas to observe the wildlife and culture of the
Pantanal. The journey concentrates on the Paraguay River, where we glide along narrow streams deep in the forest, explore flooded grasslands that stretch from horizon to horizon in style and comfort about the region's only luxury cruise.
The itinerary below is dependent on the river water level, weather conditions, wildlife behavior, and accessibility to locations, so may vary.
Day 1: Cuiabá, Porto Jofre
Arrival in Cuiabá independently, reception at the airport.
Regular transfer on executive van, stop for lunch at Pantaneira grill, follows through the beautiful
Transpantaneira road, stop for a coffee at Pixain lodge, then to the boarding site.
At 6 pm check-in on the Peralta Cruise; welcome from the crew with a welcome drink.
Welcoming dinner on board, with a tasting of alligator meat (captive bred).
Day 2: Northern Pantanal
After breakfast, spotted jaguar expedition leaving on motorboat to contemplate the exuberance of the Pantanal fauna and flora and looking for jaguars.
Lunch on board.
Motorboat ride to observe the blue macaws on the ground.
Return to the boat, special dinner with gastronomy class and tasting of local beers.
Day 4: Northern Pantanal
After breakfast, motorboat ride to visit the riverside communities to learn more about their culture and customs, observing the daily activities of the Pantanal people.
Barbecue on board with typical Pantanal meat cuts.
Piranha fishing Closing dinner on board.
Day 4: Porto Jofre, Cuiabá
Hearty brunch while navigating back to Porto Jofre, estimated arrival at 9 am.
Check-out and private transfer to the Cuiabá airport, end of the services
- Please note that all cruise itineraries are subject to change due to seasonal weather conditions (and resultant variations in river and tributary water levels) affecting accessibility to locations. Thus navigation routes, times and excursions may need to be modified at the cruise captain’s discretion.
- Passengers should also be aware that animal sightings cannot be guaranteed due to the unpredictability of wildlife behavior.
- Children must be at least 10 years old for normal departures.