Retreat to the world’s largest tropical wetlands region at 61,000 square miles, Pantanal. The wetlands have a rich geological history that suggests the lush area was once desert. With over 1,000 species of fauna to observe, this is an adventurous destination for any wildlife lover looking to see birds, fish, mammals, amphibians. More than 3,500 species of flora adorn the wetlands, making it a thriving home to the many animals, and a beautiful place to explore. The biodiversity present here contributed to Panal’s UNESCO World Heritage Site status. It is one of the best preserved wetlands in the world.