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Ramon G wrote a review Apr 2018
Olot30 contributions9 helpful votes
One of the best atractions to do in Delta de L’Ebre , they explain very well the history and the different part of the Delta, and you can see a very nice views from the ship. 100% recomended
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Date of experience: March 2018
Ispe111 wrote a review Oct 2016
Tampere, Finland157 contributions46 helpful votes
Verry interesting one hour cruise in Delta area. Crew was nice and it was informative and exertised story about the nature and living on the area.We saw many birds, especially flamingoes were great! We booked tickets beforehand and it was very easy to deal by email with staff. Recommend!
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Date of experience: July 2016
Mike H wrote a review Oct 2016
Towcester, United Kingdom164 contributions72 helpful votes
If you are looking for a river trip on the Ebro near Ssnta Carlos de Rapita this is for you. The trip is about one hour duration. The boats are clean and well maintained. We combined this trip with a meal at the Casa Nuri which is where the boats are moored.
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Date of experience: May 2016
The Behemoth wrote a review Jun 2016
Catalonia, Spain31 contributions19 helpful votes
The captain gave an excellent and useful speech about the delta and its history which was really interesting, no way boring and friendly. The trip arrives at the very joining of the river and sea and the hour and a half it takes feels like ten minutes. Highly recommendable.
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Date of experience: June 2016
Hernan Silva A wrote a review Sep 2015
Erts, Andorra134 contributions371 helpful votes
We came to Cruceros Olmos at the perfect time, 11:15, the boar departs from the dock at 11:30, so timing was great. The whole trip takes an hour and a half, and the Captain was actually born int eh area and also lived in the Isla de Buda until he was 8 years old, so did their parents, so I can guess there won' be anybody that knows the area better than a person from there. You will be able to see a lot of local fauna, and the live audio guided tour (in spanish) is very interesting and full of information. I had a great time with my girlfriend, this is indeed the best way to see and to get informed on the history of this river that ends in the sea. Visited September 2015
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Date of experience: September 2015