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Iberian Wolf Adventure!

Join us for this exciting 6-day wildlife-watching tour, 25th - 30th August 2014

Our key target species on this exciting tour will be the great carnivore of the Cantabrian mountains: the Iberian Wolf.

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Charismatic Iberian Wolf

We will visit some of the best preserved habitats in the Cantabrian Mountains of Northern Spain. This is a largely unexplored part of the country, a wild natural landscape with a rich mixture of rugged terrain and extensive forests. In August, the weather in the mountains should be perfect for wildlife observation, with pleasant temperatures and sunny days, with particularly good light conditions for wildlife-watching and photography in the early hours of the morning and late afternoon.

The Picos de Europa in the Cantabrians offer one of the best places in the world for observing family groups of Iberian Wolves as they feed their young near the den at this time of year. Wolf watching is a very exciting and unforgettable experience and while we scan for our target species, we may also see other interesting mammals including the Cantabrian Chamois, Iberian Ibex, Wild Boar, Red Deer and Roe Deer. We will also have the opportunity to look for the charismatic Wildcat hunting at dawn.

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Close encounter with a Wildcat

Target mammal species: Iberian Wolf, Wildcat, Iberian Ibex, Chamois, Wild Boar, Red Deer and Roe Deer.

Target bird species: Passerines including Black Redstart, Blue Rockthrush, Cirl Bunting, Rock Bunting, Red-backed Shrike, Western Bonelli’s Warbler, Subalpine Warbler, Middle Spotted Woodpecker, Wryneck, and raptors including Short-toed Eagle, Booted Eagle, Griffon Vulture, Honey Buzzard and Black Kite.

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We will be looking for family parties of Iberian Wolves on our exciting short tour


Day 1: Our tour starts Santander airport, Spain and we transfer to the Picos de Europa Regional Park. After checking in to our comfortable hotel, we have a short evening talk about the iconic Iberian Wolf by an expert local wolf guide.

Days 2/3/4/5: Every day we take a morning and evening excursion of around 5 hours each to different parts of the Picos range to look for Iberian Wolf, travelling in 4x4 transport and accompanied by an expert local guide. We will also look for Wildcat, and other birds and mammals in the area.

Day 6: Transfer to Santander Airport where our tour ends.

Picos de Europa

Stunning scenery as a backdrop to our exciting wildlife-watching

We will be staying in a comfortable country hotel on a fully inclusive basis, ie breakfast, lunch and dinner, in en suite double and twin bedrooms. Transport throughout the tour will be in comfortable chauffeur-driven minibuses and 4x4 vehicles, and we will be escorted in the mountains by professional, English-speaking local guides to make sure we are in the very best places to see the charismatic Iberian Wolf.

This tour is offered on a small-group only basis. Numbers of participants will be restricted to ensure that everyone has the best possible wildlife-watching experience and highest levels of customer care.

If you would like more information about this exciting opportunity to watch Iberian Wolves in the stunning surroundings of the beautiful Picos de Europa, please email us on

We look forward to hearing from you and sharing some of Europe’s most exciting mammals and birds with you!


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