Are you also fascinated by wolves when you see them in movies and pictures? Lobo Park will allow you to observe and understand the dynamics of a wolf pack – one of the most social and team oriented animals on the planet.

Discover the Lobo Park (Wolf Park), an unspoiled nature and wildlife park in the heart of Andalusia. It is a private park where you may look at a wolf eye–to-eye for the first time in your life. It is home to 3 different wolf sub-species (European, Alaskan Tundra and native Iberian wolves) and is located in the heart of Andalucía, just an hour’s drive north of Malaga. 40-hectares of protected and untouched nature with innumerable typical Mediterranean plants await you. Unlike in many other parks, we do not domesticate our wolves. We instead socialize them enough that their innate fear of humans is removed, yet many of our animals have never even been touched by a human. The wolves grow up learning from their parents they can feel safe allowing us to see and observe them.

The Lobo Park arranges tours for visitors in both Spanish and English so that visitors can better understand how wolves behave in the real world. Alongside a dedicated guide, you’ll enjoy a walk to the wolf enclosures through a genuine scenic landscape with old oak trees and typical Mediterranean flora. You’ll have the possibility to learn more about these fascinating animals and get a better understanding and impression of these precious animals. Your questions will be gladly answered.

The Lobo Park is also home to other kinds of animals (mostly rescued) such as a fox family and domestic farm animals. Relax and enjoy a snack on our spacious terrace with a spectacular view of the ‘El Torcal’. Then, head to the souvenir shop where you will find original mementos of your visit. This beautiful park offers families fun and excitement, stimulating educational programs, as well as a peaceful place to enjoy nature. There is something new to discover on every visit!

The guided tour (Spanish and English) with a wolf expert takes place several times daily (except all Wednesdays).

TOUR TIMES 11:00, 13:00, 15:00 and 16:30
TOUR DAYS Daily (Closed on Wednesdays)
ARRIVAL TIME Please arrive at the park least 10 minutes before the tour.
Included
Free parking Expert Tour Guide
1.5 hours Tour Picknick area
AVAILABLE
Cafeteria
Refreshments
Gift Shop
WEAR Comfortable clothing, flat shoes or trainers and sunprotection.

Length: 800 meters.
Duration: Approximately 1.5 hours
Terrain: Inclined, gravel trail.

Guided walking tours take visitors on a leisurely walk of the park. Our Wolf Experts will provide interesting information about the Park’s wolves and their wild cousins. The path circles between the 3 different canid enclosures, stopping to see all of the species the Park currently has on display. This is a great opportunity for guests to ask questions, see many of the animals, and enjoy the country air.

Photography is permitted and encouraged!

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Tour: Arrival

Please ensure you arrive 10 minutes before the tour is due to start. While you are waiting for the tour you can enjoy a refreshment in our cafeteria and get to know our professional team
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Animal Sanctuary

Get to know our inhabitants of our sanctuary. Living in our small farm Asian domestic pigs, typical local goats, chickens, geese, retired donkeys and registered foxes. Every animal has its own story.
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The Wolf Tour

Lobo Park was opened to the public in 2005 and since then has been dedicated to the research of wolves and their social behavior. The park is dedicated to educating visitors on their interactions & behaviours raising public awareness and thus the protecting the species.
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Iberian Wolves

The Iberian Wolf is one of the smaller subspecies and is only found on the Iberian Peninsula. Spain today has the largest wolf population of Western Europe the largest of which is found in the Sierra de la Culebra (Zamora, Castilla and Leon).
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Tundra Wolf

The Tundra Wolf is a very long-legged, white wolf of capable of enduring extreme weather conditions. Because of their beautiful white fur they are unfortunately always threatened, especially in the tundra of Alaska.
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European Wolf

Eurasian wolf, is one of the most widespread subspecies. they are found on practically the entire Eurasian continent. The European wolf is a medium sized wolf with a brownish, grey tint. The Eurasian wolf was wiped almost entirely from Western Europe but due to increasing public awareness they are now and slowly increasing in numbers making a coming back.
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Gift Shop

Back at the starting point of the tour you have time to ask your tour guide any questions you may have about the wolves and have a stroll through our shop and buy a memorial of your tour. You also have the possibility to sponsor one of our wolves for yourself or as a gift to a friend/family or loved one. All revenue goes directly to our wolves, research and school projects
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Cafeteria/Terrace

Finally, you can enjoy a refreshment on our terrace. You can watch wolves from afar and with luck you will enjoy a howling concert whilst enjoying the amazing countryside and views of El Torcal.