Birdwatching in Ria - Tavira
About this adventure and logistics
Embark on a two-hour boat adventure to explore the Natural Park of Ria Formosa and discover the diverse resident and migratory bird species that inhabit this protected wetland. Led by a knowledgeable biologist guide who doubles as the skipper, you will have the opportunity to observe fascinating bird species such as the black-necked grebe, spoonbill, flamingo, and many more. Binoculars and a bird catalogue are provided for a more immersive experience. Located along the coast of Portugal, the Ria Formosa Natural Park covers an area of 14,000 hectares and is designated as a Ramsar site and one of the 7 Wonders of Portugal. The complex web of sand barriers and dunes provides a habitat for over 200 bird species, making it a crucial spot for migrants from or to Africa. The diverse habitats of the park, including inter-tidal mudflats, salt pans, reedbeds, and pine woods, among others, make it an exceptional location to observe rare and localized species such as Purple Swamp-hen and Little Bittern. Join this boat adventure and experience one of Portugal's most important protected wetlands while learning about its rich biodiversity and fascinating bird species. With the guidance of a biologist skipper and the provided binoculars and bird catalogue, this is an opportunity not to be missed. TLDR: - Explore the Natural Park of Ria Formosa and observe diverse bird species with a knowledgeable biologist guide. - Ria Formosa is a protected wetland and Ramsar site covering 14,000 hectares and home to over 200 bird species. - The diverse habitats of the park make it an exceptional location to observe rare and localized bird species.
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Your payment method will be charged a damage deposit of €0.00 24h prior to your rental. Pending any damages, the damage deposit will be returned 48h post rental. This damage deposit secures the host if the boat is damaged during your rental. The damage deposit must be taken from the same card that the booking was made on. Questions? Contact us by clicking on the blue support button.