Southwild Wolf Camp

Brazil

  • See maned wolves and 'nutcracker monkeys'
  • 3 separate camps set apart from each other
  • Choice of bungalows and tents
  • Convivial group dining
  • Watch wildlife from hides 

Open:  SouthWild Wolf Camp is open all year.

Location:  SouthWild Wolf Camp is located in the Parnaiba Headwaters National Park north of Brasilia. It is reached by a flight to Barreiras followed by an overland journey of 4-5 hours.  The 3 camps that comprise Wolf Camp are about a 60-90 minute drive away from each other.

Rooms:  The 3 separate camps that together form SouthWlid Wolf Camp are Wolf Valley Camp, Wolf Cliffs Camp and Nutcracker Monkey Camp. The 2 wolf camps have 7 double bungalows with en-suite bathrooms, while monkey camp has walk-in tents with shared bathrooms. The camps have bucket showers and toilets are flushed using buckets of water.

Activities:  The area is known for its wildlife including the endangered maned wolf, large flocks of hyacinth and other varieties of macaw and the famous ‘nutcracker’ monkeys and guests will spend their days wildlife viewing. There are walking trails and purpose-built hides. This is also a good area for wildlife photography. It is possible to swim in the rivers.

Facilities:  Accommodation is booked on full board basis, so all meals and snacks are included.

Dining: Meals are taken communally.

Children:  Please check with us.  

Health:

Communication:  There is no internet access at Wolf Camp. 

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