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post Jun 19 2008, 10:59 AM
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I am travelling to SAmerica in Nov-Jan with 2 friends. Round-about 19 December we are planning to cross from uyuni in Bolivia to The Pantanal in brazil. We want to spend around 3-4 days in the Pantanal and then go to Manus for about 4 days, before heading to Rio.

Can anyone advise me
1. on the best way to see the Pantanal?guided organised tour of live on a ranch for example Faz. San Francisco?
2. Should we do South or Norh Pantanal?
3. Easiest and cheapest way to travel into the Pantanal from Bolivia
4. Manus-Belem per boat, or just Manus with daytrips into the Amazon?
5 Can you recommend some independent tourguides for Rio?I heard a certain Julio or Manu were quite good and highly rated?

Thank you!xx
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