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While we were not fortunate enough to see the Iberian Lynx, we did add several life birds to our list. This included the European Spoonbill and the Greater Flamingo. The Park is laid out in several units. See as many as you can. Regards, OldeBear
We went to Doñana on a combined boat + bus trip. We took a boat to cross the Guadalquivir from Sanlúcar de Barrameda, it took us approximately 30 minutes. After a few minutes looking around the "chozas", which hare huts in which the inhabitants of...More
If you want to see a different side of Spain, take a tour to see this huge Doñana National Park, a little more than 1 hour from Seville. An 8 hour day trip takes you to the different ecosystems of the gulf of the Guadalquivir...More
During Easter we took a trip in the south part of Donana park. It was well organized, on time and the guide was really good. But it wasn't very interesting for us. We were expecting to see more animals other than birds. The only animals...More
Best to book far in advance if possible. We tried for the Jeep Safari but there were no spaces available. This meant we had the walking tour option.
However, we were lucky to be part of a very small group with an English-speaking guide (the...More
We went with our guide Frederico via small roads to El Rocio. I did not know that there were a lot of rice fields in Spain! We have also seen a lot of storks and even flamingo's on the rice fields. Afterwards we went to...More
We rented a car in Sevilla and drove to Doñana National Park. We parked in El Rocio and walked to the visitors’ center (which was closed). From there, we strolled on the boardwalks to the bird blinds in the late afternoon until sunset. What a...More
Visiting Donana was a wonderful break from visiting the (amazing) alcazars and cathedrals of Andalucia. While you can take self-guided walking tours for some areas of the park, most of it is accessible only by way of tours and the beach/dunes area is only available...More
We visited and did hikes at all the visitor centers on our own--I really didn't want to be stuck in a 4x4 for four hours, just getting out to take pictures. It was delightful, energizing, and fun to follow our own schedule, plus we saw...More
We booked a two day tour with Naturanda (it was available on the Spanish, not English part of the website) and it was well worth every penny.
We started early in the morning with a knowledgeable guide. We were taken to see storks, flamingos and...More