Explore the magnificent Brazilian cerrado savannah in unparalleled seclusion and luxury with the charming Pousada Trijuncao. This gorgeous eco-lodge is tucked away amidst 33,000 protected hectares of land where guests are able to enjoy one of Brazil’s most overlooked wildlife experiences. The most biodiverse savannah eco-system in the world, the Brazilian cerrado is home to the elusive maned wolf, rare black jaguars, ocelots, armadillos and much, much more.
Located close to the meeting point of three Brazilian states (Goias, Minas Gerais and Bahia), Pousada Trijuncao is accessible only via a 5-hour drive from the capital, Brasilia, or via a 30-minute light aircraft flight. Each of the hotel’s seven rooms masterfully blends the rusticity of rural Brazil with modern luxuries and includes a king size bed, local handicrafts, air-conditioning, Trousseau robes and indulgent Natura amenities.
Home to more than 850 species of birds, 251 mammals and 482 reptiles & amphibians – the savannah is a nature-lovers paradise and a stay in one of the pousada’s stunning suites makes for an excellent addition to any wildlife itinerary. Guided excursions into the savannah are included in your stay at Pousada Trijuncao and guests can enjoy nocturnal kayaking in search of caiman, bicycles tours, 4×4 safaris and visits to the maned wolf conservation project run by local NGO, Oncafari.
For a truly unique and luxurious wildlife experience off-the-beaten-track in Brazil, look no further than Pousada Trijuncao.