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If you’re heading into the flood plain in rainy season, be sure you go with a registered guide. Insect repellent, sun cream, a hat and water are all essentials when visiting the Pantanal. Don’t forget to bring a jumper in the dry season though; the nights can get a little chilly.

Puerto Quijarro and Puerto Suarez are typical frontier towns, with a large black market in stolen and contraband goods. Steer well clear of this illegal activity if you want to stay out of trouble. If you’re hunting for a bargain, head to the duty-free, or zona franca, in Puerto Quijarro.

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