18th January | Birds and Wildlife of Northeastern Argentina | From $3,030
The massive territory of Argentina spans four, thousand kilometers from north to south, covering biomes that vary from lowland rainforests to Andean deserts. This phenomenal trip includes an extraordinary diversity of sites and habitats.
We will also explore the last remaining areas of native Araucaria forest, in search of Vinaceous-breasted Amazon, Araucaria Tit-Spinetail, and Canebrake Groundcreeper, to finally finish in the mighty, rainforest cloaked Iguazú Falls, the place we expect to find Black-fronted Piping-Guan, Toco Toucan, Blue Manakin, Green-headed Tanager, and Blue-naped Chlorophonia to mention just some.
14th June | Wildlife of the Brazilian Pantanal and Cerrado | From $2,980
The Pantanal is considered the least difficult spot to see and take pictures of an incredible number of exotic creatures in South America. Wide-open areas accomplish the spotting of wildlife like the rare Marsh Deer, Giant Anteater, Capybara, Black & Gold Howler Monkey, Yellow Anaconda, Ocelot, Margay, and Jaguar. Although this extraordinary cat occurs over a wide range, the Pantanal is probably the only location on the planet in which you have reasonable probabilities of discovering Jaguars in the wild.