Traveling Around Europe Soon? Here’s Exciting Wildlife To See On Holiday

By  //  August 24, 2017

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great opportunities to get in touch with nature

Going abroad is much more than spending time on the beach. As good as it sounds; thousands of tourists miss the opportunity to see some of Europe’s most exciting wildlife.

Going abroad is much more than spending time on the beach. As good as it sounds; thousands of tourists miss the opportunity to see some of Europe’s most exciting wildlife.

There are now more opportunities available than ever to get in touch with nature. Traveling around Europe soon? Get an e111 renewal online to ensure you’re eligible to receive medical care if anything was to happen on your trip abroad. It’s time to swap the sun for scenery:

Spain: the Lynx

As well as being able to indulge in the delicious food and prance around in the crystal blue sea, Europe’s rarest cat can be found little far from a short drive from the coast of the Costa Del Sol. Be one of the few to see the Lynx by embarking on an unforgettable safari whilst enjoying traditional accommodation and cuisine, provided by the locals.

Finland: Brown bears

Finland’s Russian border provides the perfect habitat for large predators including bears and wolves. Staking out in the dark is well worth the wait as soon as one of these incredible creatures appear. From May-September, the Brown Bear Weekend commences. Get the opportunity to embark on a four day journey through the Talga forest, sleeping in pre-prepared hides.

Tenerife: Marine life

Emerge yourself in the depths of the Atlantic Ocean in Tenerife. As the largest of the seven Canary Islands, get the opportunity to see life below the waterline and find some of the islands most-loved creatures. Dive to find corals, spot sea turtles or even observe an octopus in its natural habitat. 

Gibraltar: Barbary Macaques

With a total of 24 mammals on the island, become one of the few who get the opportunity to witness the Barbary Macaque first hand. Otherwise known as the “Rock apes” these monkeys are prone to jump and climb on their visitors. If you’re looking to interact with these magnificent animals, Gibraltar is the place to do it.

France: Swimming with Dolphins

As one of the few places in Europe to allow you to swim with Dolphins, France is said to guide one of the best experiences to get up close and personal with these creatures. As very intelligent animals, they are near to harmless. One of the most common Dolphins is the Bottlenose Dolphin, which can range between two and four metres in length and weigh up to 650kg and with the need to surface every five minutes, seeing them is almost guaranteed.

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