The Cerrado

Pousada Trijunção


The Brazilian savannah

Surrounded by a garden oasis amid the Brazilian Cerrado, you’ll find Pousada Trijunção, a unique safari lodge run by a team committed to the preservation of this vitally important but rarely visited ecosystem. 

The Cerrado is the largest savannah in South America and is home to over 13,000 plant species, 278 reptile species and 850 bird species. One of the biggest challenges the area faces is land loss, which is leaving animals like jaguars, ocelots, giant armadillos and maned wolves extremely threatened. With 87% of Fazenda Trijunção’s land protected, it acts as an important ecological corridor for the Grande Sertão Veredas National Park.

Pousada Trijunção seven comfortable suites embody an ethos of sustainability while the rest of the property includes a restaurant, bar, hot tub and outdoor pool set in beautiful gardens.


At a glance

  • Seven suites

  • Restaurant and bar

  • Swimming pool

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    More than 210 species of birds have been recorded in Fazenda Trijunção, so avid birders will have plenty to look out for. There are many notable species to check off your list and your expert guide will be able to help you look in the right places.

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    Game drives and night drives

    Together with a knowledgeable guide you’ll venture out into the wilds to spot some of the animals the area is most known for. Night drives give you the opportunity to see creatures that only come out after the sun sets.

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    Maned wolf tracking

    One of the approximately 150 animals threatened with extinction in the Cerrado, the maned wolf is the largest canidae native to South America. You can learn more about the research project, which is run together with Associação Onçafari, and see these fascinating creatures up close.

Community & Culture

With the local community totally dependent on tourism, Pousada Trijunção employs its team locally, giving economic value to conservation. The farm on which the lodge is located extends into three different regions and as a result, three cultures combine here. You’ll have the chance to learn about them during your stay.


Surrounded by agricultural and cattle farms, Pousada Trijunção aims to increase their popularity globally and as a result also draw wider attention to the various conservation projects in the area. Their goal with creating a profitable operation which has a positive impact on the environment is to encourage others to do the same.


Solar panels are used to heat the water at the main lodge, and low energy lighting is used. Other ways they are minimising their impact on the environment is that demolition wood has been used for the flooring on the balconies and in the suites. Most of the interior design elements have been created by local artisans using sustainable materials like bark and branches collected in the region.

What makes us different

Why Niarra

Niarra Travel is a forward-thinking travel company headquartered in London born out of a passion to do things differently.

In Swahili, a Bantu language spoken by millions in Eastern, Central and Southern Africa, the name Niara means "with utmost purpose" and our team are united by a passion for exploration and a belief that the right kind of travel can make the world a better place.

Our Travel Researchers are here to create incredible trips with a positive impact for you.

  • Unforgettable experiences

    Creating your trip is entirely collaborative and our Travel Researchers are here for every step.

  • Positive impact

    Curated sustainable experiences and accommodation that maximize the benefits to local people and place.

  • Fairness and transparency

    An open, competitive pricing structure that ensures more money goes to where it's needed in the destination.

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