Mammals of Brazil wildlife tour

Price
£8995 including domestic flights only
Duration
25 Days
Type
Tailor made
More info
Inc.
zoologist or local naturalist guides, all meals, wildlife activities and transferred where mentioned; internal flights inc.
Exc.
international flights.
Price depends on party size (private solo tours OK).
Contact us to quote for your group size.
Make enquiry

Description of Mammals of Brazil wildlife tour

Price information

£8995 including domestic flights only
Inc.
zoologist or local naturalist guides, all meals, wildlife activities and transferred where mentioned; internal flights inc.
Exc.
international flights.
Price depends on party size (private solo tours OK).
Contact us to quote for your group size.
Make enquiry

Departure information

This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements

Travel guides

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Vacation information

Dietary requirements:
We can cater for vegetarian and vegan diets.

Responsible Travel

As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) vacation so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.

Planet

In Brazil (as with everywhere we go) we carefully choose accommodation, suppliers and transportation that either minimise their effect on the environment or that help to contribute to its sustainable development. By choosing small, privately owned accommodation where possible we also look to only stay in truly eco-lodges that abide by basic and also pioneering methods of ecological sustainability.

Where possible, we make sure that the lodges and hotels that we use support local projects for the protection of the wildlife and local communities which rely on tourism as the principal source of income. We try and make sure that all the accommodation that we use is are ecologically responsible and use solar power electricity and water recycling pumps etc, on this trip we stay at a fazenda which has been contributing to research and conservation of a range of species including giant otters, giant anteaters, tapirs and jaguars for many years. We also make sure that all the food consumed is produced locally.

We also contribute and participate in as many studies that the local researchers and scientists are conducting as possible. In Brazil this is largely facilitated by hiring guides who work for larger conservation bodies such as Panthera or by supporting lodges where researchers are based, such as Barranco Alto (giant anteater research) and Bahia das Pedras (armadillo research) and we also have ties with Belo Horizonte University and their work with tapir research.

Wildlife Promise:

By bringing people here with a professional zoologist/naturalist as well as professional local guides we aim to showcase the environment in full but also to allow you to learn about the problems facing the ecosystems here and highlight the ways that continued development and human exploitation are affect the species and how cutting edge research is countering the problems as well as showing you examples of success stories. We also keep a record of all the great sightings we see on each tour and record the environmental factors, this data is used by ourselves but also given to the researchers who are working on many of these species. All the information collected in invaluable as the knowledge of some of the animals that live here are little understood. We also donate our pictures to the researchers to aid in their photo identification studies.

People

As with any of our tours throughout South America or elsewhere in the world we always employ local guides and drivers. We also do our best to employ as many local guides as possible, so that we can share the money from tourism around more than one regularly used guide. They have a much better local knowledge and also helps to bring in revenue sources to the local community. All of the hotels and lodges that we stay in make sure that all our resources such as food, drink and equipment is locally sourced. We also try and make sure that all the local guides that we hire and who work for the lodges, camps and guesthouses that we visit are from the local area. When in Barranco Alto we be helping to support the local researchers and their ongoing conservation and scientific work. We think that by employing local guides we have encouraging a future generation to follow this career. Many of the accommodations that we use are involved in community based projects and schools in particular. Many of the projects that are funded by people staying here are geared towards helping children in townships get better education and enhance their career opportunities in the future. We also encourage the purchasing of local handicrafts which are all created in a sustainable way and provide great unique souvenirs.

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