Spend two relaxing, but exciting days and one night in Doñana National Park. Setting off from Seville, by private transport, and will be accompanied by an expert guide, who will share his knowledge. The accommodation is also included in the set price.
Our trip is intends to explore the variety of ecosystems such as its gallery forests, marshes, preserves, beaches and mobile dunes. The park is also home to a large number of animal and vegetal species, some of which are at serious risk of becoming extinct, such as the Iberian Lynx or the Imperial Eagle.
|18 + years||4 – 17 years||0 – 3 years|
|199 €||149 €||Free|
Start time: Please select the desired day in the reservation calendar to see the start time.
Length: 2 days 1 night.
Meeting point: From your accommodation in Seville or from an easily accessible meeting point. You can indicate your accommodating address in Seville on the booking form next step. In any case, you will be contacted by your guide after the booking.
The package includes: Private transport from your accommodation in Seville, a specialized guide, travel insurance, rural accommodation (including breakfast), binoculars, tour of many different local ecosystems by 4×4 all terrain vehicle.
Not included: Meals and drinks (Except breakfast on the second day), but you are free to bring your own meal or find a local restaurant to enjoy.
Recommendations: Comfortable items of clothing, such as sport shoes, and a small provision of water for personal use are strongly recommended. Depending on the weather conditions, other complementary items such as a hat, sun cream, or an umbrella may be helpful. In the summer months it is highly recommended you bring mosquito repelent.
Booking time limit: 24 hours in advance.
If you need to cancel your booking, please, contact us.
Your tour will start when you are picked up by your private car and begin your two day excursion.
Heading towards the Sevillano town La Puebla del Rio, the northernmost gate of the Doñana National Park, you will make your first stop in Dehesa de Abajo. There you will have the opportunity to observe some of the 200,000 animals and 300 species of birds that pass through Doñana each year.
Continue through the north of the Park until you reach the Aldea del Rocio. This is a village where more than one million pilgrims congregate every year to visit the sanctuary where the Virgen del Rocio is located: one of the most important religious pilgrimages in the world.
After the visit you will enjoy a walk through a vivid gallery forest and reach the Palacio del Acebrón, where you will find some of the most beautiful varieties of the local vegetation found in the Park.
Afterwards take a break for lunch and enjoy the region’s gastronomy surrounded by fantastic foliage and flowers, or in one of the local restaurants.
Once lunch is finished you will continue towards Doñana’s illustrious 30 kilometre beaches, the longest unspoiled beaches in Spain, and have the opportunity to walk along the dunes and explore its curious formations.
Afterwards you will visit the heavily wooded areas of Doñana, home to many large mammals, including the Iberian Lynx, who you might be able to spot if you are lucky.
After enjoying the sunset and free time for dinner, you will arrive at your accommodations located on the edge of the National Park to rest and recover after a long day.
One day two, after enjoying breakfast, you will visit the Acebuche Visitors Center and explore the southern area of Doñana.
The morning continues as you arrive at the mouth of the Guadalquivir river in front of Sanlucar de Barrameda, where you will tour and get to know the marshes and reservations that are home to numerous species.
Finally you will make your last stop in Aldea del Rocio for a brief lunch and rest before you begin your trek back to Seville.
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