In the wild corners of Andalucia, Doñana National Park and Andújar Natural Park are the last remaining refuges of the rarest cat in the world, the critically endangered Iberian lynx.
An expert at slipping through scrubby habitat unseen, the Iberian lynx is the smallest of the world's three lynx species. One of the hardest European wild cats to see, this trip is designed to maximise the chances, as well as learn about its ecology and conservation. You will spend time enjoying the mammals and birds within two, quite different, Iberian lynx habitats, based in truly beautiful and typical local villages which add an extra magical experience to the journey.
Read wildlife travel writer Brian Jackman's blog on his very own Iberian Lynx Quest
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