Guadalquivir river

We will be following the western riverbank of Guadalquivir river all the way until it reaches the Atlantic Ocean in Sanlúcar de Barrameda, Cádiz. The end of this route will take you to Bonanza salt marshes, a great place to spot Waders, Gulls and Flamingos feeding.

What to see:

In spring, during the breeding season we often encounter stunning colonies of Terns and Ardeids. It is possible to enjoy Glossy Ibis, Cattle Egret, Herons, Spoonbill as well as some rare African species that breed in the area such as the Little Swift and Rufous-bush Robin.

In winter Common Crane, Black Stork, Marsh and Hen Harriet visit the area. With a bit of luck, we may also be able to observe the Short-eared Owl as well as aquatic birds and ducks including Cattle Egret, Night Heron, Great Egret and Glossy Ibis among others. Marbled Teal and White-headed duck can also be spotted at this location.

 

This tour includes a fully tailored trip according to your requirements in Spanish, English or French with a local guide expert in birds. Upon previous request we offer scope and binoculars.

KEY FACTS

  

Availability: Every day  

Location: Seville and Cadiz 

      Duration: Full day (aprox 8 hours)

Best time: All year round  

Level: All levels  

Group size: Personalised 

Price: 1-2 people £194 

                 3 people £80 per person 

                 4 people £66 per person    

Included:

     – Experienced guide (Spanish, French and English Speaker)

     – Scope (upon previous request) 

     – Binocular (upon previous request)