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Lynx Watching Holidays with Naturetrek
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We offer a selection of professionally organised, lynx watching holidays, offering chances to witness these elusive animals.

Naturetrek Lynx Holidays

The Iberian Lynx is critically endangered and is the world’s rarest species of cat. With inside knowledge of the best sites – indeed the two last refuges of this beautiful mammal – we are pleased to offer a short tour to look for Iberian Lynx in Spain, which has had a very good sightings record so far!

We also look for Eurasian Lynx in Poland. spotlighting along forest trails and open glades, and scanning mountainsides and meadows in Bieszczady National Park.

Our Lynx specialist recommends …

"Our 6-day ‘Spain – Realm of the Iberian Lynx’ holiday has had great success in finding lynx – one recent group watched a mother and cub for more than 45 minutes and managed to get some excellent video footage, too!"

Andy Tucker
General Manager

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Why book a Naturetrek Lynx watching tour?

We offer a 2-centre short break in Spain dedicated to looking for the Iberian Lynx, as well as a holiday in Poland focusing on searching for Eurasian Lynx.

We offer:
  • Dedicated Iberian Lynx holidays with very good success record
  • Adults & cubs seen on recent Iberian Lynx tours in Spain
  • Look for Iberian Lynx in the Sierra Morena & Coto Donana
  • Look for Eurasian Lynx on our  Poland - Eurasian Lynx holiday


The local guides were excellent, knowledgeable, informative about local culture, and worked hard to show everyone the local bird specialities.
The local guides were excellent and enthusiastic, and very flexible, changed the itinerary to suit the weather, and even squeezed in a bonus visit on the last morning to try and see the Lynx again for those of us that missed it. Their vans were very comfortable.
Good sightings of Lynx in the Coto Donana and Sierra Morena.