Located halfway between Campo Grande (200 km) and Corumbá (225 km), the bicentennial city of Miranda was founded in 1778, on the banks of the Miranda River. Its location is strategic, as it connects the Pantanal to the Serra da Bodoquena and the state capital.

Miranda boasts a good hotel infrastructure and serves as a starting point for various rural lodges and farm hotels throughout the region of the scenic Salobra and Miranda rivers, which offer various structures for sport fishing and are strongly influenced by the indigenous peoples Terena, Kadiwéu, and Kinikinau.

As a transitional zone between the Pantanal and the Serra da Bodoquena, it is excellent for activities such as birdwatching, ecotourism, rural tourism, and gastronomy.



  • arquitetura
  • atrativos urbanos
  • casal
  • cultura indígena
  • grupo
  • pantanal
  • pesca
  • sozinho
  • terra
  • urbano
  • vivenciar