Viajes Donana, Sanlucar de Barrameda
(3.5/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
Tour one of the largest wild areas in southern Europe at Viajes Donana. In the park, you can find marsh areas, shallow streams, and sand dunes to explore. You will have the chance to see a wide variety of European and African migratory birds, fallow deer, Spanish red deer, wild boar, European badgers, Egyptian mongoose, and endangered species, such as the Spanish imperial eagle and Iberian lynx. The official park tour (offered only in Spanish) will take you up the river on a ferry, on an extensive drive around the park, and back to the barge. On most tours you will get to see deer, boar, wild horses, flamingos, and an array of other birds and animals. In 1994, UNESCO designated the park a World Heritage Site, and also recognizes the park as a Biosphere reserve. To visit Viajes Donana and other attractions in Sanlucar de Barrameda, use our Sanlucar de Barrameda trip itinerary planner.
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  • Recommended the visit combined boat-4 by 4. Very good the guide-driver of the 4 by 4. We could not see much wildlife as the era that was.
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  • It is not a visit in depth but is very nice the ski lift of the River with the boat Real Fernando (looks like the African Queen) and then the route in 4 x 4 inside the Park seeing different ecosystems. Very good explanations of the driver. We saw quite a few animals (wild boars, deer, deer, Palomino Mares, flamingos,...) and number of birds on the beach tour. Recommended
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  • If you were to San Lucar de Barrameda is obligatory and recommended visit. We have made the visit by boat and we love it, the deel Guadalquivir estuary is precious!
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