IBERIAN LYNX TERRITORIES
“THE WORLD’S MOST ENDANGERED CAT”
From 940 € per person*.
5 days / 4 nights.
Min 3- Max 8 people.
* Price based on double room.
WILDLIFE OBSERVATION EQUIPMENT
Our guides are provided of high quality optical equipment (binoculars and telescopes). However, it is highly recommendable to bring your own set.
According to the targeted species, 300 to 600 mm lens are recommendable. Macro lens, photo filters for landscapes and tripods can be very useful, as well as replacement memory cards and batteries.
Our guides will get clients advice about different facts like local species, species behaviour or responsible wild fauna photography.
CLOTHING AND FOOTWEAR
Although humid, winter conditions are not extremely cold (around 0ºC), reaching low values like – 6º C when a cold snap occurs. Warm and waterproof boots, warm clothing, gloves, winter cap, scarf and rain coat, in case of rainy conditions, are recommendable.
In spite of occasional heat waves and cold snaps, mild climate conditions are the predominant during spring and autumn. It is recommendable to wear warn clothes, rain coats and confortable waterproof footwear. Sun cream is also recommendable.
In summer, temperatures may overcome 40º C during the day while nights stay warn. Therefore, cool clothing, confortable shoes, long trouser, sunglasses, insect repellent and sun cream are the best option.
Please, don’t forget to avoid bright colours.
*Whatever the time of the year, it is recommended the use of comfortable clothing and shoes. Bring a jacket and/or a fleece, as it could be cold early in the morning and evening.
WILDFAUNA SIGHTINGS AND GOOD PRACTISES
In spite of exploring the best areas with the most skilled guides, none species sightings, including Iberian lynx is guaranteed. Our company counts with a high percentage of success regarding to Iberian lynx sightings, especially during the period October – May.
We are focused on wildlife conservation. So, please follow any time our guide’s advice and never put your personal interest before animal welfare.
AEFONA (Wildlife Photographers Assotiation) and Lynx, Wolf and Bear Ethic Code must be applied.