Interpretive excursion in the Sierra de AndújarSKU: 59092
Description of Interpretive excursion in the Sierra de AndújarThe nature reserve of the mountains of Sierra de Andújar has turned out to be one of the richest natural enclaves in the world since here more than 45% of the birds that reside in our country are represented. In addition, to live in endangered species such as the Iberian lynx, the black vulture or imperial eagle. To discover this area in depth, you will have an interpreter guide of the area and the necessary permissions to access to the most restricted areas.
We will go through one of the 6 public-access trails so you can enjoy a typical place of a Mediterranean mountains. You can also see part of the Jádula river, on the main route, which runs from the north access to the south access. Although it is the same nature reserve, there are many differences between the south and the north, so we recommend doing this trail.
The activity must be done by a minimum of 5 people up to a maximum of 50, with discounts available depending on the number of people.
The monitors recommend bringing a backpack with water and a snack since the route lasts between 3 and 4 hours depending on what we stop in the explanation and the rhythm that the group supports.
- Permit and authorizations in the nature reserve.
- Interpreting of the most representative fauna and flora.