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5 Day Hands-on Food Safari and Nature Tour in Pantanal
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Hotel Mohave, Av. Afonso Pena, 602 - Amambai, Campo Grande - MS, 79005-001, Brazil

Brazil Culture and Food Adventure

Developed especially for those who are looking for a great gastronomic experience in the Pantanal this culinary tour is an immersion in the feeding rituals of a typical Pantanal farm. Enjoy an experience of the local culture through living with the locals in their natural habitat. This trip includes one night accommodation in Campo Grande and three nights at a Pantanal Lodge. This expedition is led by chef Magda Moraes.

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  • Daily cooking classes and tastings
  • Local/native guide on all tours and activities
  • Visit the city market and the stands that sell local manufactures
  • Enjoy a horseback riding tour of the farm fields, beef cattle herd, and wildlife viewing
  • Cooking classes conducted by an English-speaking regional chef
  • All daily meals will be provided
  • 4 nights accommodation


4 days with instruction
Group size: Minimum of 2 participants
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In Campo Grande, you will be staying for one night at Hotel Mohave in a standard suite equipped with one king-sized bed, a flat-screen TV, minibar, and a private bathroom. The other three nights in Pantanal, you will stay at Pousada Pequi, an authentic Pantanal farm that preserves and maintains the local culture. Pousada Pequi provides its guests with a family service, cozy accommodations, and delicious typical food and located not far from the Aquidauana River.

You will stay at Pousada Pequi in a suite, a charming room with wood-made windows and views to the garden and its birds; equipped with two single beds, TV, minibar, and private bathroom.


Day 1: April 14 - Wednesday

  • Arrival in Campo Grande (CGR) and check-in at the hotel.
  • Departure for the first expedition activity of Pantanal food safari trip at Aipim Restaurant from Chef Magda Moraes.
  • Class of "Yerva Mate Caipirinha" and tasting the capital typical dish called "Soba", a cultural expression of the miscegenation of Japanese with south-matogrossenses.
  • Dinner and overnight.

Day 2: April 15 - Thursday

  • Departure after breakfast towards the city market and visit the stands that sell local manufactures.
  • Next, tasting of artisanal bier prepared with regional ingredients. Travel for approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes towards the Pantanal Pousada, a great introduction to the Pantanal habitats and landscapes.
  • Check-in, general information, and presentation of the facilities.
  • Lunch and rest.
  • Afternoon safari tour for wildlife viewing.
  • Early evening meeting at the inn’s bar for tasting caipirinhas with regional fruits followed by a special welcome barbecue.
  • Dinner and overnight.

Day 3: April 16 - Friday

  • For those who like to wake up early, the dawn of this day will be in the corral of the farm to help to milk the cows.
  • On the way back to the lodge, have a delicious breakfast before starting the first practice class of Pantanal cooking.
  • The first activity will be to coagulate the milk.
  • While the cheese dough is not ready, you will produce Maracaju Sausage, a regional product that has geographic identification. The host chef will share his knowledge of the cuts and seasonings that are part of this sausage’s traditional recipe. Guariroba’s heart of palm will be the protagonist of the rice that will be prepared to accompany the sausage.
  • Late in the morning, the lodge's chef teaches her tricks to squeeze the cheese and how she prepares Chipa (a cheese bread) using this already ripened cheese.
  • After lunch, take a break for the siesta.
  • Mid-afternoon departure for a horseback riding tour of the farm fields, beef cattle herd, and wildlife viewing.
  • Dinner will be prepared by the lodge staff where the delicious “Fish a Urucum” will be the protagonist.

Day 4: April 17 - Saturday

  • Those who like to wake up early are invited to take a walk in the woods to observe the fauna and flora of the Pantanal.
  • The morning in the kitchen begins after breakfast with the preparation of the dulce de leche. The other dishes of the class are the Paraguayan soup made off a creamy corn pie, onion, and cheese and Caribéu, a casserole of dry meat, and cassava will be prepared.
  • After lunch, enjoy a boat trip to observe nature and fish piranhas.
  • Returning to the lodge, you will make the "Piranha Ceviche" and have a Piranha Soup and Moqueca de Jacaré (a type of stew that takes alligator meat, coconut milk, onions, and tomato).
  • Dinner and overnight.

Day 5: April 18 - Sunday

  • Early in the morning, preparation of “Quebra-Torto”, the local plentiful breakfast of the Pantaneiros cowboys composed of macarrão tropeiro (noodles with beef jerky), arroz carreteiro (rice and beef jerky), and fried chipa.
  • Check-out and visit an artisanal cheese factory and taste the local specialties.
  • Departure to Campo Grande (You are suggested to schedule a flight after 4 p.m.).
  • End of the Pantanal food safari trip.

Included excursions

  • Afternoon safari tour for wildlife viewing.
  • Mid-afternoon horseback riding tour of the farm fields, beef cattle herd, and wildlife viewing.
  • A boat trip to observe nature and fish piranhas.


Magda Moraes


This culinary tour takes place in South Pantanal, Brazil. The Pantanal is known worldwide as the number one wildlife destination in Brazil.

Pantanal's main attraction is its people and culture, the cocowboys' lifestyle, and traditional techniques to conserve food and to survive during the wet season when they get isolated.


You will be provided with daily meals as per the itinerary. Pantanal cuisine is superb. Delicious dishes cooked in the woodstove are the base of traditional gastronomy, which keeps its origins and attributes. Beef is food’s main attraction in a culture established in cattle ranching properties,

and it is certainly sensational. But healthy fresh vegetables, tropical fruits, and other tasty complements compose a variety of flavors in many different stupendous typical dishes.

Among the most traditional ingredients, the manioc, a Brazilian typical root, is used and cooked in several ways, part of almost every meal. You cannot forget about the tereré, a typical drink made with the yerba mate, which the Pantanal people take every day in the meantime of their meals.

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Regular (typically includes meat and fish)
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

What's included

  • All cooking classes, tastings, tours, and activities in the program
  • Local/native guide on all tours and activities
  • Certificate provided by the Food Research Paulo Machado Institute
  • Travel accidental insurance starting in Campo Grande
  • 4 nights accommodation
  • All daily meals

What's not included

  • Flights
  • Airport transfers
  • Additional activities
  • Personal expenses

How to get there

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Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 14% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid on arrival.
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