Based on 7 pax EUR4,300
Based on 8 pax EUR4,150
Based on 9 pax EUR4,000
This is a vast country with few inhabitants, and nowhere is this more noticeable than in the Chaco. For many, this Infierno Verde (Green Hell) is the major attraction of the country, and in fact Paraguay offers the only realistic chance of seeing all the endemic Chaco birds on one single trip. Birds aside, Paraguay is also one of the best mammal watching countries in all of South and Central America. Where else do you stand decent chances of Jaguar, Puma and Geoffroy’s Cat in a single nation? Add the re-discovered Chaco Peccary, Lowland Tapir, Maned Wolf, Giant Anteater, a host of armadillos, monkeys and remarkable rodents, and you might double your Neotropical mammal list in just a single trip here! And speaking of mammals, here in Guacho country, we’ll have ample opportunity to enjoy typical asado (BBQ), just as the Paraguayans do.
Paraguay appeals as a wonderful introduction to Neotropical birding, as well as a vital clean-up operation for the experienced traveler. Add together some incredibly range-restricted or rare species such as White-winged and Sickle-winged Nightjar, Helmeted Woodpecker, Giant Snipe, Russet-winged Spadebill, Saffron-cowled Blackbird and Cock-tailed Tyrant, plus great mammals and unique habitats, and you have yourself a thrilling and enriching tour to South America.
Crested Gallito, Chaco Owl, Black-legged Seriema, Black-bodied Woodpecker, Quebracho Crested Tinamou, Spot-winged Falconet, White-winged and Sickle-winged Nightjar, Helmeted Woodpecker, Giant Snipe, Russet-winged Spadebill, Saffron-cowled Blackbird and Cock-tailed Tyrant.
Geoffroy’s Cat, Chaco Peccary, Lowland Tapir, Maned Wolf, armadillos, monkeys.
Great potential for mammals, Gaucho culture & cuisine, remote and seldom visited country with abundance of rich and varied habitats, and vast expanses of wilderness, including endangered Chaco.