Extremadura boasts an enticing variety of landscapes which we will explore on this natural history tour, whilst we also seek out the stunning array of migratory birds and appreciate the fascinating regional history.
• Wander over rolling plains and through cork and holm oak dehesas in one of the most untouched areas of Spain.
• Highlights include the Parque Natural de Monfragüe, perhaps the finest raptor-watching site in Europe.
- Stay first in historic Cáceres and then in a traditional family-run finca set deep within forests of cork oak and steppe grassland.
Kevin Hand, MSc, MCIEEM
conservationist, ornithologist and environmental consultant
19 Apr — 26 Apr 2017
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What makes this tour special...
"Kevin Hand's knowledge and enthusiasm. The unique venue of the finca."
ACE Customer May 16
return airfare, accommodation based on sharing a twin or double bedded room, breakfast, four lunches (some picnic), six dinners with wine, water & coffee, excursions & admissions, gratuities.
travel insurance, single room supplement £215.