Worldwide Photographic Journeys

Virtual Photo Tour – Brazil’s Pantanal

23rd June 2020

by Mike Watson

We are excited to announce the fourth in our series of Virtual Safari Webinars, ‘Brazil’s Pantanal’ this week. It will take place in Thursday 25 June 2020 at 2.00pm GMT. The Pantanal is a vast area of seasonally flooded marshes and grassland, with patches of gallery forest here and there, shared between mostly Brazil, Paraguay and Bolivia. The main reason we go there is that it is the easiest place in the world to see Jaguars, however, there is a lot more wildlife besides Jaguar.

Brazil’s Pantanal is another of our favourite tours. It would walk into a top ten and some of our regulars even rate it as their number one favourite in terms of diversity and number of opportunities. It is easily the most diverse wildlife photo tour in South America and has the added attraction of an A-list big cat, the awesome Jaguar. In fact you can be forgiven if this is the only reason you want to go there. However, there is so much more to the Pantanal!

Mike will be talking about his recent Wild Images tours to this fabulous destination and will be showing you a lot more than the cat with the most powerful bite in the world! Admittedly there will be at least one million Jaguar images to look at too plus some exciting stories of our encounters with them.

Here is a sneak peek!

Wild Images Virtual Pantanal Safari from Wild Images on Vimeo.


Our safari will set off at 2pm GMT on Thursday 25 June. To register please click the following link:

Mike Watson

Mike Watson lives in East Lancashire with his Hungarian partner Évi and their son Alexander. Mike has been an avid photographer for more than 25 years and spends most of his spare time with camera in hand. A keen wildlife enthusiast since childhood, his sharp eyes will surely ensure some great wildlife encounters! Mike is a very approachable guide and always willing to share his photographic knowledge with participants on his tours.