Sprawling over 150,000 square kilometers, The Pantanal is an unbelievable haven for wildlife, flora and fauna that spans Mato Grosso into Bolivia and Paraguay. Lonely Planet ranks it above the Amazon for wildlife potential, and Jason would agree. Home to over 300 species of mammals, 1000 birds, 480 reptiles, 400 fish and thousands of invertebrates, its open waterways make it wonderful for wildlife photography. Everything seems larger than life here. Catch the early morning light as you take an unforgettable journey down the Transpantaneira to Porto Joffre. Some of the bridge crossings on this raised dirt road make you fear for your life, but the scenery is so amazing, you don’t really care!