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Museu do Morro da Caixa D'agua Velha

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Rua Comandante Costa s/n Centro, Cuiaba, State of Mato Grosso Brazil
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6-Days North Pantanal Experience - Following the footsteps of the Jaguar
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6-Days North Pantanal Experience - Following the footsteps of the Jaguar

The Pantanal Wetlands are the world’s largest expanse of flooded plains, covering 140,000 km² of countless bird species, endemic plants, Alligators, mammals, marine life and yes, even elusive Jaguars! <br><br>Stepping in the footsteps of this mystical creature is worthy of its own dedicated tour and experience, particularly as even while we embark on our quest, there will be no shortage of wildlife encounters and tropical flora to be relished in their own right. <br><br>Traveling mainly by boat through the Pantanal will give us our best opportunity to both catch glimpse of the ever-evasive ‘big cat’, while also having minimal impact on the natural environment around us, meaning that this vital though fragile ecosystem is preserved for years to come.
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Uxbridge_2 wrote a review Oct 2019
Auckland, New Zealand17 contributions3 helpful votes
Underground cellars nice and cool on hot day - it's the old water storage reservoir. Interesting water orientated exhibits and usually some unrelated exhibitions. Free to enter, pleasant guides, but would help to have someone in you group that speaks Portuguese.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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andre_corujaa wrote a review Jun 2016
Brazil73 contributions8 helpful votes
It's definitely a nice place, but there is lack of information about it. One doesn't know when it's open or closed.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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Rykrot wrote a review Jul 2014
Bogota, Colombia173 contributions45 helpful votes
We didn't have much time in the city and chose to visit this museum over others. No charge to enter and we were given a free tour by a friendly guide (in Portuguese). It's a unique space (probably its best asset). We saw exhibits of old water pipes & showerheads, handicrafts from the region, a display of objects and photographs of indigenous cultures and a photo display that takes you back through the history of Cuiabá. We weren't too sure if all exhibits were permanent or if some were rotational. Nice diversity in exhibits for someone who didn't have much time, but it's not the place to get an in depth look at the culture and/or region. Exhibits were basic and the guide basically said the same thing that we could have read on the displays themselves.
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Date of experience: June 2014
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