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We rented a car in Sevilla and drove to Doñana National Park. We parked in El Rocio and walked to the visitors’ center (which was closed). From there, we strolled on the boardwalks to the bird blinds in the late afternoon until sunset. What a...More
Visiting Donana was a wonderful break from visiting the (amazing) alcazars and cathedrals of Andalucia. While you can take self-guided walking tours for some areas of the park, most of it is accessible only by way of tours and the beach/dunes area is only available...More
We visited and did hikes at all the visitor centers on our own--I really didn't want to be stuck in a 4x4 for four hours, just getting out to take pictures. It was delightful, energizing, and fun to follow our own schedule, plus we saw...More
We booked a two day tour with Naturanda (it was available on the Spanish, not English part of the website) and it was well worth every penny.
We started early in the morning with a knowledgeable guide. We were taken to see storks, flamingos and...More
You can say you’ve visited Doñana - or you can say you have been and properly seen Doñana. We booked a private 3 hour Jeep tour led by the knowledgeable George and it was just amazing. We drove through the different ecosystems and saw a...More
We were unable to get reservations out of Sanlucar until the day before our tour. The tour was crowded, but interesting. It included the boat across the Guadalquivir, and a large ATV. We were so crowded that it was difficult to see everything, but we...More
If you want to do one of the many tours on offer, choose carefully. The only company that includes all of the different habitats in its itinerary is the one based at the El Acebuche Visitors Centre. Only they can drive on the beach, for...More
I visited the Acebuche centre with a friend and we walked there for between 2 and 3 hours. We managed to see some deers passing by, which was nice! And of course also a lot of birds, including storks. The place is very quiet and...More
We walked as far as we were allowed on a boardwalk. Some information boards had English explanations but not all. We saw storks on their nests and various waterfowl from bird hides. There was plenty of parking. After our walk we stopped for a light...More
The park is not to far from Seville or Marbella. You are not permitted to drive into the park, you must take a tour. Although the visitors center has a wood boardwalk with small huts for viewing. We mostly saw different birds. There are sand...More