Southwild Jaguar Camp

The SouthWild Jaguar Camp is in the very heart of the Meeting of theWaters State Park. It is composed of five 12-by-14-foot, walk-in tents made of thick canvas. The roof of the tents reach more than 8 feet high, allowing even the tallest guests to walk around most of the tent. Each tent also features electric light, an electrical socket for charging cameras and other equipment (both 110 volt and 220 volts available), and a bathroom.

Southwild Jaguar Camp Facilities

A small, well-equipped house boat is anchored in the Three Brothers River at the SouthWild Jaguar Camp and acts as kitchen, dining room, lounge, and electric generator to power the tents, which lie 100 yards away from the riverbank, in open forest on the edge of a large, African-like savannah.   The boat has air conditioning in two private cabins, each with private bathrooms. The SouthWild Jaguar Camp is the only lodging in the core of this enormous jaguar preserve.