If you’re considering going to the central-western region of Brazil, make it a point to include Mato Grosso Do Sul as part of your travel plans. Mato Grosso do Sul is bordered by Argentina, Paraguay and Bolivia. Portuguese is the official national language. Although there are thick regions of jungle that hold mysteries and wonder, the city of Mato Grosso do Sul is captivating and memorable. There are 135 houses of brick. The most notorious one, called Memorial de la Cultura Indigena, is an amazing eight meters high with a thatched roof. The region is best known for the area of Bonito and the Pantanal.
Bonita is noted for the amazing geological formations and its beautiful, clear, blue waters. The massive amounts of limestone in the ground are what make these waters some of the most transparent in the entire world. The Pantanal is the largest flooded lowland on the planet and the third largest reserve in the world. It is home to several endangered species. It’s a natural habitat for an enormous number of indigenous birdlife, and is one of the richest ecosystems ever found. There are a number of cheap hotels to choose from in Mato Grosso do Sul, that won’t cut too deeply into your pocketbook.
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