There are raptors like the Black Kite or the Imperial Eagle. The fauna Doñana Natural Park is completed and enriched with other animal species, such as the mongoose, the fox, the wild boar, the red crab or the chameleon - in danger of extinction.
After the pickup, begin your journey by travelling in a 4x4 vehicle through Seville to Coria del Rio town, along the banks of River Guadalquivir. This area consists largely of pine forests and pastures that are home to around 200,000 different wildlife species.[readmore]Pass a rice field that's home to Europe's largest colony of storks on your way to the park's northern territory, stopping to explore El Rocío village and its chapel.
Walk along Doñana's trails near the beautiful La Rocina stream. After lunch, you can go and watch the sea. Also, learn about Spain's largest dune system.
During the return trip, feast your eyes on the beautiful sunset through the pine forest in the Asperillo area.Read more
Please dress appropriately for this tour
Sun screen is recommended
Students must bring their ID and Student card the day of the tour as proof of eligibility for discount
This nature park was created in 1989 and expanded in 1997, with the purpose of serving as a buffer of possible impacts to the National Park, partially part of the Biosphere Reserve "Doñana" (1986) and is a Special Protection Area for Birds (ZEPA) since 2002. its large expanse of marshes hosts many species of waterfowl during the winter, which usually reach 200,000 each year individuals.