Conceição, our "housemother" makes sure that the sheets lie correctly on the mattress. She enjoys it when she can give the broom a rest after the hard carpentry work.
Ana likes to eat the lovingly prepared meals, so it is important to her that our guests can also enjoy their lovingly prepared meals.
Marcos our Vaquero prepares his four-legged "friends" for their task. He feeds them, talks to them and determines which guest fits on which horseback. So that you can be carried safely through the beautiful Pantanal landscape.
José takes care that our guests do not get lost in the dense gallery forests. It gently cleans the footpaths. He also talks to the different kinds of monkeys that they should please also show themselves to the guests. From time to time they watch him with interest.
Pedro Paulo our tour guide is happy to welcome many guests. As a local, it is important to him to explain to the people this largest natural spectacle of flooding, the Pantanal.
Dito, knows the roof over our head is important, and it needs someone to look after it. It replaces bricks and repairs holes in the wall. He is also familiar with the energy supply on the farm. He knows how to use this precious resource.
Beto will see that everyone gets their money. He also makes sure that everything is okay.
Vinícius, is our lawn hairdresser, he also helps his father Marcos with the guidance of the horses, repairs fences and much more...
Milca is tour guide for our guests. She knows a lot about flora and fauna. Milca knows that many people cannot anymore experience such a beautifull nature in their own neighbourhood.
We are the contact persons to you and it gives us pleasure, if we get many of you to book a visit in the wonderful alluvial land.
Adrian is our website companion, he does this for pleasure, not professionally. That means, he often works on the great website at night many hours.
Thiago our Vaquero is not only good with horses, he also likes to work with the pavement trowel and is therefore an important helper for the UeSo- Estância Vitória.
«When will come the first guest who changes places with me and carries me halfway through my tour?»