Though better known for its port wine and prehistoric rock art, Portugal’s peaceful Côa Valley is rich in animal life, especially vultures, wild Garrano horses and Iberian wolves.
A five-night expedition here with the European Safari Company incorporates a stay at a tented Fly Camp within the Faia Brava reserve – a camp supported by Rewilding Europe, an organisation that works to bring back the continent’s lost biodiversity.
As well as expert naturalists, you’ll get a tour of a local vineyard plus five-course wine-paired meals, eaten outside, overlooking the Côa and Duoro rivers.
Extract from Olive Magazine. By Sarah Baxter, 1 May 2019
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