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About Corumbá

Corumbá, informally known as the capital of the Pantanal is located in the State of Mato Grosso do Sul 420 km from Campo Grande, on the lower Pantanal.

The tropical wet climate determines the hot and rainy summer with average 32° C and winter cold and dry with temperatures of 21° C on average.

The tour of the Pantanal Park Road is one of the most sought after by tourists who can observe the preserved nature, wild animals and still make the ferry crossing the River Paraguay.

The climate of the months from May to September is the most suitable for the ride, since it rains less, it becomes easier to observe the life that the local shelters.

The more than 200 species of fish present in the Pantanal attracts lovers of sport fishing and tourism. The Peacock bass is the most coveted among fishermen.

You need to be aware of the legislation for the fishing in the midst of one of the most amazing ecosystems on the planet is well used.

The cultural attractions are visiting points that cannot be left out. The houses of the port has colonial-style buildings of the 19th century and was listed by Iphan, way is the Museum of the history of the Pantanal with collection that tells the story of the formation of the people since the time of the Indians.

The forts in the region are also well sought after, the Fort Coimbra was one of the most important in defending the frontier of Brazil, while Junqueira with limestone construction divides attention with 12 original cannons.

Animals and plants are regional themes of local crafts found on craftsman House and Massabarro House.

The yams pass through fish like Painted fillet to annatto, the dishes of meat and vegetables as the Puchero and Salteñas, a type of baked pastry.

For bordering the Bolivia can take advantage to meet the cities of Puerto Suarez and Puerto Quijarro with free zone for purchases of imported products. Access is facilitated by not needing a passport to visit this region.

The second oldest city of Mato Grosso do Sul, which has 60% of its territory occupied by the Pantanal and is prepared to receive visitors for an unforgettable stay in your beautiful hostels.

Corumbá, MS
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Apr 25, 2019