This 6-day Iberian Lynx tour will visit the two natural areas where the most threatened feline still lives: the Iberian lynx. The itinerary will cross the holm oak and mountain pastures of the Andújar Natural Park in Sierra Morena covering bushes, gorges and the forests of Doñana where we will see remarkably interesting species that live alongside the Iberian Lynx.
Our meeting point will be at the airport, from where we will go to Andujar Natural Park, Visit the vicinity of the Jandula River, to try to see the otter and lynx in addition to contemplating many small passerines.
We will make different itineraries throughout the Natural Park of Andujar in search of the elusive feline, being able to observe the number of deer, mouflon, wild boar, Spanish ibex, in addition to birds as interesting as Spanish imperial eagle, Cinereus Vulture, Golden eagle and many more.
In the early morning we will return to the Jandula River and in the middle of the morning we will travel to Doñana, where in the afternoon we will try to see the lynx in an area near the marsh.
We will dedicate the first and last hours of the day to look for the Iberian lynx for different places in the geography of Doñana. And the rest of the day we will dedicate it to the observation of birds through the wetlands of Doñana.
Depending on the time of the return flight, we will dedicate the morning to track another lynx zone.
Kingfisher, Yellow wagtail, Iberian green woodpecker, Great spotted woodpecker, Short-toed Treecreeper, Hawfinch, Great cormorant, Grey heron, Blue Rock Thrush, Crag Martin, Rock bunting, Red-billed chough, lynx cat
What is included?
- Free transfers
- All meals
- Liability insurance
- Tour leader (Professional nature guide) Optical material
- Bibliographic material
What is not included?
- Travel and medical insurance
- Any items of a personal nature
This trip is focused on discovering everything that surrounds the most endangered feline on the planet in nature, as well as knowing from the hand of professional experts what is the problem and the conservation measures that are being carried out so that this beautiful animal leaves of cataloging endangered.