The ecosystems on the Iberian peninsula are still home to colonies of large wild mammals.WildlifeSpain offers prestigious tours where one can observe some of the species most appreciatedand coveted by wildlife aficionados.
The smallest and most timid brown bears in the world take refuge in the last large forests of the northern mountains.
The largest population of wolves in Western Europe is found in the austere Spanish mountains.
The Iberian lynx, the most endangered feline in the world, still stalks its prey in the best Mediterranean mountains of Sierra Morena and Doñana. Endangered populations of cetaceans make appointments with the Spanish coastline, which we will be privy to.
Using large mammals as the pretext,WildlifeSpain’s tours offer the chance to observe unique fauna in some of Spain’s greatest natural spaces. We believe that to fully understand the ecosystems we visit, one must get the complete picture.
Through exclusive agreements we have access to privately owned grounds, reserves, and protected environments, allowing us observe the wildlife occupying those areas.
We take great care over the quality of our guided tours and rural accommodation, and we have built a solid reputation throughout Europe amongst the naturalist community.
IBERIAN LYNX WORKSHOP
Doñana Natural Park
IBERIAN LYNX TOUR
Coto del Rey
CHAPMAN AND BUCK ROUTE
Extremadura and Andalusia
Sierra de la Culebra
Strait of Gibraltar
WASHINGTON IRVING ROUTE