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Located in the southern section of the Brazilian Amazon, the Cristalino Reserve boasts an impressive 11,000 hectares of lush rainforest and is home to a wide variety of wildlife. Within the reserve is Cristalino Lodge itself.
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Sustainable tourism is encouraged at Cristalino Lodge. You’ll enjoy low impact activities, including walking trails, observation towers, birdwatching, canoeing, and small boat trips, all of which are designed to interfere minimally with the surrounding environment.
The wildlife at Cristalino is spectacular. Look out for capybaras, tapirs, anacondas, caimans, monkeys, peccaries, and hundreds of species of birds.
Getting to the lodge involves a two-hour flight from the city of Cuiaba to Alta Floresta. It is then two-hours by road and boat to the lodge.
Cristalino Lodge can be visited year-round, and there are two distinct seasons; rainy and dry. Between December and May, there is more rainfall and the river level rises, meaning that more areas can be accessed by boat. Between June and November, there is less rainfall, and it is considerably hotter.
Despite these two seasons, the weather is hot and humid throughout the year, and rain can be expected at any point.