About the destination
Tablas de Daimiel National Park is the most relevant wetland in the Iberian Peninsula and an incredible destination for wildlife, particularly birds. Winter makes this National Park a nesting place for many migratory birds and a definite stopover for those who pass by during summer. Some of the birds to find here are: great crested grebe, the common grebe, black-necked grebe, herons, egrets, and all kinds of Iberian ducks as well as Bearded reedling.
In the Tablas de Daimiel National Park there are plenty of ecotourism opportunities to discover this fantastic wetland with your local hosts. As a family experience, we recommend doing an interactive workshop on animal and bird tracks in the Laguna de Navaseca to learn the different breeds in a fun way! Following this, you will put your knowledge into practice on a walk through Las Tablas and its walkways over the water. With the help of your guide, you will be able to identify and photograph wildlife that would otherwise be unnoticed by the non-expert eye.
Tablas de Daimiel is also a perfect spot to link with the nearby Cabañeros National Park or the Lagunas de Ruidera Natural Park. Here you will discover a truly “oasis” of crystalline waters and join a guided paddle-surf tour on the lagoons. Your knowledgeable guide will talk you through the geology and natural characteristics of the lagoons whilst you discover their underwater world from your paddle board.
For further information and bookings
You can live this experience together with our local ecotourism host. Please enquire to Caminos del Guadiana Ecoturismo on +34 660 045 430 or by email at email@example.com to check availability and your preferred dates.
This experience is part of the 2022 Ecotourism Escapes Brochure (only in Spanish)
The Ecotourism Club in Spain groups together destinations and companies which guarantee, by fulfilling a series of requirements, their commitment to conservation and local sustainable development. That is why it has created its own brand “Ecotourist in Spain” and the website www.ecotouristinspain.com, where you can find protected areas, accommodation and companies which offer their tourism services, as well as experiences and activities committed to the preservation of the area in which they take place.