the state of Mato Grosso is one of those destinations where you can experience totally different regions and ecosystems in a single travel. In the south of the state, the cities of Cárceres and Poconé are the gateway to the Pantanal, one of the largest continuous wetlands on the planet, an excellent place to observe wild animals in their natural habitat.

To the north, immense trees, rivers and a rich biodiversity are characteristics of the largest tropical forest on the planet that predominates in this part of the state. The Amazon Rainforest can be explored in Araguaia, famous for its freshwater beaches.

Very frequented by entrepreneurs in the agricultural sector, the capital Cuiabá offers an excellent structure of hotels and restaurants. The city also has one of the hottest climates in the country, with an average of 28 degrees, but in the months of August to October, the thermometers reach up to 40 degrees.

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Just 64 kilometers from the capital of Mato Grosso, Cuiabá, the Chapada dos Guimarães National Park represents the diversity of the cerrado, housing numerous gigantic rock formations, sandstone walls, waterfalls, caves, viewpoints and canyons, in an area of 330 kilometers. The park is considered an open museum where dinosaur bones and fossils of numerous animals and shells have been found.

 

Check out the best tips to enjoy the sights of Mato Grosso:

Cuiabá:

» Places to visit in Cuiabá

Chapada dos Guimaraes:

» Places to visit in Chapada dos Guimarães
» Chapada dos Guimarães receives the first Elephant Sanctuary in Latin America
» Main chapadas in Brazil bring together different natural spectacles

Cáceres:

» Dolina da Água Milagrosa delights tourists in Mato Grosso

 

Chapada dos Guimaraes. Photo: Jarbas Photo

Chapada dos Guimaraes. Photo: Nicoletta Todeschini

Cuiabá. Photo: Daniel Meneguini

Blue Lagoon Grotto, Chapada dos Guimarães. Photo: Waldo Urquiza

Church of Saint Benedict in Cuiabá. Photo: Juhan Pablo

Pantanal Matogrossense National Park. Photo> Daniel Meneguini

Pantanal Matogrossense National Park. Photo: Paul Williams

River Teles Pires, Alta Floresta. Photo: Almir Santos






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