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Doñana is a vast area and at least 2 days are needed to visit the most interesting points. In the south we visit the Asperillo, a scrubland on old dunes to look for warblers. Then we go close to the river La Rocina which enters...

The best places to watch birds in the Doñana Area are in the surroundings of the National Park. We get to the northern Doñana area by driving past farms, paddy fields and marshlands close to the mouth of the river Guadalquivir. There is a long...

The Odiel Marshes Nature Reserve is the second largest wetland in Huelva province after Doñana and the most important tidal wetland in Spain. The silt of the rivers Odiel and Tinto created this area and in this estuary, we can find a paradise for the...

The Lake Jaral is isolated in a pinewood and on the backside of an old giant dune. From there we climb over the fix dune of Asperillo walking on the sand until we reach to the sea edge by a cliff which is an Andalusian...

Almonaster La Real and its Mosque controlling impassively the advance of time. This is a thousand-year-old town with a wide architectural heritage that deserves its declaration as a historic-artistic complex. The walk from and to Almonaster goes through ovely farms and hills where the exuberant...

Doñana is not only home for hundreds of bird species, it is also home for the most endangered cat on Earth and holds the traditionally second largest population of Iberian Lynx. We spend a day out enjoying the Mediterranean forest with all its different aspects (flora...

If you really enjoy photography rather than collecting ticks, this is your tailor-made tour to focus on the species or the landscapes you aim to capture in front of your lens. We can arrange a photo rally for occasional sightings or a species chase for...

It is a journey inland through wheat and sunflower fields and wood-pastures. (We also pass fighting bulls - interesting to see even though we do not like bullfighting!). The small town of Niebla has an old castle and wall where we can find the main...

This full day trip involves an ascent to the woody hills in the west of Huelva to watch raptors, insectivorous birds and other wildlife amongst the rocks, woods and scrubland. The main colony of Black Vulture in Andalusia is located in Sierra Pelada. On the...

The tidal marshland between Isla Cristina and Ayamonte is a fantastic site to look for waders, seabirds and water birds. We go across different habitats like beaches, sandbanks, saltpan areas, tidal channels, fish farms and pinewoods in order to get a high number of birds...

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