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Doñana National Park and El Rocio - Seville Day Trip

From Seville Donana National Park 4wd Tour
From Seville Donana National Park 4wd Tour
  • See wild animals in their natural habitat.
  • Take a guided 4WD tour and spot large mammals, including the iconic lynx.
  • Visit a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


A 4WD Guided Tour to Park Doñana

When you take a trip from Seville, you can visit Huelva and its surrounding areas.

The Donana National Park is a natural resort near Seville. It features diverse plant and animal species, and is one of the most beautiful wetlands in Europe. The park is located between the Andalusian provinces of Huelva and Seville.

Doñana National Park is one of Spain’s most famous national parks and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Located in Andalusia, the park is home to a diverse range of ecosystems, including marshes, forests and dunes. This excursion from Seville is the perfect way to explore this fascinating park.

You’ll take a 4×4 tour through the different landscapes, learning about the park’s history and wildlife from your expert guide.

This is a great opportunity to see some of Spain’s rarest and most threatened species, such as the Iberian Lynx.

After a day spent exploring Doñana National Park, you’ll head to the nearby town of El Rocio.

This is a traditional Andalusian town, known for its beautiful whitewashed houses and world renowned for the Shrine of Our Lady of El Rocío and the hermitage of El Rocío.

You’ll have some free time to explore the town and maybe try some of the local specialities, such as the famous Shrimp of El Rocio.

This day trip from Seville is the perfect way to explore some of Andalusia’s most iconic sites.

It is useful to know for this tour

  • Comfortable shoes for hiking.
  • Water bottle, sunglasses, hat (summer).
  • Waterproof coat, raincoat (autumn and winter).
  • We recommend using a good camera to take photos or videos.
  • It is advisable to book in advance.

Additional information


Regular excursions every day of the week. You can check availability in the booking calendar. You can book up to 10 hours before the start of the tour.


English, Spanish (French, Italian, ask us. At least 4 people of the same language must register for this trip. ).

Meeting Point

Street Rastro, 12A, 41003 Sevilla. Start times vary depending on the season. Please contact us after booking to let us know the exact time if you have any concerns.


10 hours approximately


– Driver.
– Professional guide.
– Transport by 4WD vehicle from Seville.
– Prismatics .
– The natural beauty of Doñana National Park.

Not Included

– Hotel pick up is not included.
– Food and drinks.
– Gratuities.

Cancellation Policy

– As a general rule all our activities have a free cancellation policy up to 24 hours before the tour. In the case of Granada this free cancellation policy is 48 hours.
– Need more information? Click on our refund and cancellation policy of tours and activities page.

Details Meeting Point


Asaf Gibbons
Asaf Gibbons
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The 4x4 tour is the best way to explore the park's marshes, forests and dunes and get up close to its resident wildlife. Our guide was knowledgeable and passionate about the park and its history, making the day even more enjoyable. Highly recommended!
Mo Jodi
Mo Jodi
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We were so glad we took this tour! Communications were excellent and we were up to speed on where to go and what time to be there. Sergio was an excellent guide, highly knowledgeable & our health and safety were considered. I joked to Sergio that he promised to shows us an Iberian Lynx, to which he chuckled….And sure enough we were blessed to see a young cub!
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explained that the tour is best in the spring when there is plenty of water, but we had zero complaints. I totally suggest you take this tour and enjoy the wilds of Spain (and a pretty good lunch stop as well).
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