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Lobo Park

#2 of 55 things to do in Antequera Features Animals
Ctra. Antequera-Alora (A343), 16 km | Apartado de correos 244, 29200, Antequera, Spain
+34 952 03 11 07
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An Amazing insight

Seeing wolf packs so closely and learning so much about them was a real insight. Daniel is so... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Really nice experience

Visiting Lobo Park is definitely worth the effort. The guide was really competent in telling about... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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We are not a zoo - but a wild park where our 4 different wolf subspecies live within a 400.000m² big nature reserve. Join us on a guided wolf-tour and find out how wolves really are. Forget myths and rumours and dive into the fascinating life of a highly social, perfect team-worker. Nowhere else can you face unadulterated wolves that close. The most interesting wolf-subspecies and an expert team await you every day.
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  • Very good28%
  • Average6%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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Ctra. Antequera-Alora (A343), 16 km | Apartado de correos 244, 29200, Antequera, Spain
+34 952 03 11 07
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Reviewed yesterday

Seeing wolf packs so closely and learning so much about them was a real insight. Daniel is so knowledgeable and explains his passion for the wolves in a way that shows his love and dedication to these magnificent animals. We went for the howl night...More

Thank SusanNL
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Visiting Lobo Park is definitely worth the effort. The guide was really competent in telling about the wolves, and her english was perfect.

Thank Christian F
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We were looking for non beach days that did not involve shopping. Excellent 1.5 hr walking tour of a wolf conservation centre. Very informative guide. A few other rescue animals there as well. Small souvenir shop selling drinks and snacks as well. We had a...More

Thank Montyincroissy
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We went here for a guided tour. The staff was friendly and the guides were speaking both English and Spanish fluently. We had a great experience watching the wolf and learning about their nature. We also enjoyed the tour to see the rescued animals (pigs,...More

Thank Merethe J
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I set off wondering how I could be entertained for 2 hours talking about wolves and how wrong was I. It was fascinating and actually lasted longer than 2 hours. Daniel is so passionate about his cause which really impacts on you as a visitor...More

Thank 51happytraveller51
Reviewed 11 July 2017

Visited on recommendation from family who had a brilliant visit last Sept. We were made very welcome and as there were only 6 in our group we had good attention and information from the guide. She warned us that the wolves may look a little...More

Thank EEEandCO
Reviewed 9 July 2017

Really intresting place to visit our guide was amazing and informative,learned a lot about the Wolves they truly are beautiful creatures,nice little gift shop not at all expensive, and there's a little rescue farm before you get into the Wolve reserve wich is really cute.

Thank sumidudley
Reviewed 12 June 2017

Myself and two friends booked the VIP wolf tour in June 2017. The guide was extremely friendly and informative and spoke excellent English. We saw lots and wolves and were able to see wolves being fed close up. We then met the owner of the...More

Thank PMHiggins
Reviewed 8 June 2017

There are wolves, but you first have to see the goats, the pigs and the chickens (which is boring). Then you can see wolves, but there is rather little information.E.g. I would expect some audio visuals before looking at the wolves. Not worth a visit.

Thank HarryDS
Reviewed 6 June 2017 via mobile

We did the photography tour. There was no rush and you can move between enclosures depending on what you wanted to go back to. Very knowledgeable staff. The wolves were certainly still wild but some are more habituated than others. Given the almost impossibility to...More

Thank Ngilai
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15 May 2016|
Response from LoboPark | Property representative |
Hello, unfortunately no one is offering bus tours to the Lobo Park. To visit the Lobo Park you need to drive by car to Antequera. Otherwise if you want to come to the Lobo Park with public transportation, you would need to... More
wilfred s
29 October 2015|
Response from LoboPark | Property representative |
Guided Wolf tours (day time): In our park we offer guided tours the duration of the tour is approximately an hour and a half. The tour has two parts. The first half an hour we visit our refuge/farm where we have some... More
3 September 2015|
Response from LoboPark | Property representative |
Unfortunately there is no transportation provided. If you don't have a car please take a taxi from your hotel.