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The Pantanal is a large savannah that is filled with water most of the year. The rainy season is between December and March and this is when the landscape becomes flooded, and the area is at its hottest. It’s more difficult to visit the Pantanal during this time, especially in January and February. Visually, it is pretty spectacular though, with great views across endless kilometers of water. Animal viewing is better when the water level is low however. The best time to come for wildlife viewing tends to be the dry season, July-September, which is also high season. The intermediary period between April and June is also good for spotting animals as they come out to feed, and in October and November.

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