Doñana Natural Park

The marsh

The final stretch of the Guadalquivir river is transformed into a marsh, hábitat of hundreds of species, both of animals and vegetables, that make Donana one of the wetlands with the largest biodiversity of Europe. Due to its strategic geographical location due to its proximity to the Strait of Gibraltar, and along with their categories of protection, make this Natural space one last wild corner of the continent.

White-head Duck, Marbled Duck, Spanish imperial Eagle are some of the 326 bird species that we can see, that along to Iberian Lynx we can enjoy this unique natural reserve.

Half-day                                 Full day

160 € (1 person)                    230 € (1 person)

170 € (2 people)                   240 € (2 people)

180 € (3 people)                   255 € (3 people)

200 € (4 people)                  280 € (4 people)

225 € (5 people)                   300 € (5 people)

For groups of more than five people, please contact.

Children under 10 years, free.

Note: for full time trip we can prepare picnic with your culinary preferences or go to a local restaurant. Please consult us.

Including: specialized local guide, optical equipment and consultation bibliography.

Recommended: sunscreen, hat or cap, water, comfortable clothes in accordance with the weather and suitable footwear.

Language: English and German.

Discover the wild territories of Seville and Badajoz in organized daytrips and tours, and enjoy the experience of observing nature in two of the last Mediterranean forest paradises of the Iberian Peninsula.


Offer specialized services for bird watching and nature under criteria of responsibility and respect for the environment


Being able to enjoy an experience of observation, knowledge and enjoyment of one of the most important nature reserves in Andalusia and neighboring Extremadura