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Transpantaneira Highway

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A raised dirt and gravel road teeming with bird life

‘Transpantaneira’ is a raised dirt and gravel road across a large flat floodplain of the Pantanal... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
NovaTravels-net
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England
6 hours spent in the nature!

I really love Transpantaneira road due to its proximity to Pantanal. In one day we have seen lots... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Mikiduta
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Bucharest, Romania
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Pocone, State of Mato Grosso 78175-000, Brazil
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Can be bumpy, cold ad had 25c temp swing in 36hrs from 15c to 40. Dusty when a fleet of lorries pass or inconsiderate cars whizz past our open vehicle..however al.ost a game drive in itself...Saw 3 Ocelots on an evening drive plus 2 Tapirs...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Hot dusty and challenging clocked in a cover of incredible sights, sounds and smells. So glad we experienced this with all its bumps and dust and disintegrating wooden bridges. We had an experienced guide but you could drive it yourself (if you are crazy!). You...More

Thank Rosie M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A potholed dust bath with ruts and endless termite eaten rickety bridges. But the surrounding countryside travelled through was amazing.

Thank Platy6
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

‘Transpantaneira’ is a raised dirt and gravel road across a large flat floodplain of the Pantanal. There is an abundance of Pantanal wildlife - herons, ibis, Paraguayan caimans, and capybaras as well as over 122 rickety bridges!

Thank NovaTravels-net
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I really love Transpantaneira road due to its proximity to Pantanal. In one day we have seen lots of wildlife: capibaras, caimans, deers, fox, giant otter and lots of birds. It has 145 km and it starts after Pocone. Until km 80 it has some...More

Thank Mikiduta
Reviewed 30 July 2018

We were in a 15 passenger van/bus with a capable driver who plies this track often. It was the dry season. Mud was not a problem and all but a couple drivers slowed to a crawl when we were out of the vehicle viewing wildlife,...More

Thank Edge W
Reviewed 10 July 2018

Typical natural road with a very beautiful and lush nature. If you are driving your own vehicle, be careful when passing through the numerous bridges, many of the wood in bad state of conservation.

Thank Braulio C
Reviewed 9 July 2018

amazing wildlife. very bumpy ride. Few places to eat and harldly any shops. Its the only way to get deep into pantanal

Thank balamuruhan
Reviewed 5 July 2018

This bumpy and at times dusty road offers an ever changing opportunity to observe wildlife and birds. We stopped roadside and even saw an anaconda! Occasionally the local cowboys will drive their cattle by and that's exciting, too!

Thank ellynvb
Reviewed 28 June 2018

Most of the Transpantaneria Highway is a very rough dirt road. Make sure you have a good driver and a sturdy vehicle because there are no gas stations or roadside services. When I went, there was a passable two track and the rest of the...More

Thank kathleenrollins
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Pilar V
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Response from Lids745 | Reviewed this property |
I would contact the accommodation you are staying at and ask them. When I was there last year, the highway had heaps of large potholes and washed out bridge areas ( that were being repaired). The highway has waterways either... More
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