Photograph the World's Rarest Cat
A unique and genuine opportunity to photograph the world's rarest
moreover, most critically endangered feline the
from seven purpose-built hides south of Madrid.
Iberian Lynx Photo Adventures 2020
Tour Code (ILT2020/01) - Arrival date Tuesday, 24 November - Departure date Sunday, 29 November 2020 - a single place remaining
Tour Code (ILT2020/02) - Arrival date Tuesday, 1 December 2020 - Departure date Sunday, 6 December 2020 - a single place remaining
Iberian Lynx Photo Adventures 2021
Tour Code (ILT2021/03) - Arrival date Tuesday, 19 January 2021- Departure date Sunday, 24 January 2021 - Four places remaining
Tour Code (ILT2020/04) - Arrival date Tuesday, 2 February 20201 - Departure date Sunday, 7 February 2021 - Three places remaining
Deposit 795€ / Balance 1.800€ - 60-days from the commencement date.
Payment in full at the time of booking a 16% discount - 2.180€
Payment by TransferWire / International Bank Transfer /
The Best Opportunity in the World to Photograph, the Iberian lynx
Explicitly designed for wildlife photographers to point your lenses at the world’s rarest and most endangered feline the Iberian lynx in the stunningly beautiful cork forests south of Madrid.
Full board lodging is the best in the locality close to where the hide is located. The price also includes breakfast, lunch and a traditional Spanish three-course evening meal. All photography complies with the local laws regarding the reproduction of this highly endangered species.
Flights to Málaga airport, Personal & Medical Insurance & Alcoholic Drinks apart from those served with our evening meal.
Transfers - Málaga Airport
The price includes transfer to and from Málaga airport / Participants wanting to make their own way by car we recommend flying to Madrid airport as the accommodation is located approximately 2-hours south. (Please note we only offer inclusive transfer to and from Málaga airport).
Iberian Lynx Conservation
The elusive and critically endangered Iberian lynx, an iconic species on a global scale, whose population is estimated at around 280 adults (2019). The Iberian lynx is under enormous threat from extinction from a variety of reasons including, forest fires, depleted rabbit populations, global warming, interference by man and the withdrawal of EU funding in 2017 have all taken and continue to take their toll.
Maximum Number of Places
All Iberian Lynx Photo Adventures are strictly limited to just four (4) participants plus Geoff your expert guide. An outstanding photo opportunity designed for wildlife photographers of all abilities who want to secure a series of sublime images of this fabulous feline.