If you are looking for a very special evening out, don’t miss the regular Wolf Howl Nights on every full moon evening all year round and from May until October on weekends.

Come and see the wolves in the evening and you’ll experience them in a different light. As the air cools down and the sun starts to set, the wolves get livelier. It is also the best time to hear them howl.
When asked how wolves communicate, most people would respond that they howl. However, they actually communicate in a variety of methods through sound, smell and body language. Wolf sounds range from the hair-raising howls that call the pack together and play a huge role in socialisation and bonding, to the rough short bark-like sound that signifies fear and is used to warn other pack members of threats or to scare away intruders. Other sounds include the whine, whimper, yelp, growl and snarl, all of which are probably heard more often than the howl, and yet it’s the howl that defines the wolf and fascinates us.
The program starts with some time observing the other animals in the sanctuary and enjoying a small snack on the terrace with the spectacular view of the backend of the El Torcal mountain range. Definitely an unforgettable evening!

TOUR TIME 19:30(Mai-September)/18:30(October-April)
TOUR DAYS See dates below
ARRIVAL TIME Please arrive at the park at the mentioned time above.
Included
Free parking Expert Tour Guide
Snacks 3.5 hours Tour
Picknick Area
AVAILABLE
Cafeteria
Terrace
Gift Shop
WEAR Comfortable clothing, flat shoes, jacket and if possible a torch.

Length: 800 meters.
Duration: Approximately 3.5 hours
Terrain: Inclined, gravel trail.

Reservations required!

Prices
Adults:                          25,00€
Children (3-12 years): 17,00€

Group price for 15+ persons: Reservations required!
Adults: 22,00€
Children (3-12 years): 15,00€

The next dates for the Howl Nights 2019:

January: Mon. 21.1.19 (Full Moon)
February: Tue. 19.2.19 (Full Moon)
March: Thur. 21.3.19 (Full Moon)
April: Fri. 19.4.19 (Full Moon&Easter), Sat. 20.4.19
May: Sat. 18.5.19 (Full Moon), Fri. 31.5.19
June: Fri. 7.6.19, Mon. 17.6.19 (Full Moon), Sat. 29.6.19
July: Fri. 5.7.19, Fri. 12.7.19, Sat. 13.7.19, Tue. 16.7.19 (Full Moon), Fri. 19.7.19 , Sat. 27.7.19
August: Fri. 2.8.19, Sat. 3.8.19, Fri. 9.8.19, Sat. 10.8.19, Thur. 15.8.19 (Full Moon),Fri. 16.8.19, Fri. 23.8.19, Sat. 24.8.19 , Fri. 30.8.19, Sat. 31.8.19
September: Sat. 7.9.19, Sat. 14.9.19 (Full Moon), Fri. 27.9. 19
October: Sun. 13.10.19 (Full Moon), Thur. 31.10.19
November: Tue. 12.11.19 (Full Moon)
December: Thur. 12.12.19 (Full Moon)

January: Fri. 10.1.20 (Full Moon)
February: Sun. 9.2.20 (Full Moon)
March: Mon. 9.3.20 (Full Moon)

To ensure your reservation, we require 50% down payment in advance.

For more information please call Tel:+34952031107 or send an email to: info@lobopark.com

PLEASE NOTE: Customers may re-schedule or refund registrations up to 24 hrs prior to the Howl Night booked at no charge. In the event of a cancellation on our part, we will refund registration fees in full, or the participant can choose to change their reservation to another date.

1

Tour: Arrival

Please ensure you arrive at the recommended time. While you are waiting for the tour you can enjoy a refreshment in our cafeteria and get to know our professional team
2

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.
3

Snacks

Strengthen yourself with a little snack and use the time to spot already some of our wolves.
4

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.
5

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).
6

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.
7

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.
8

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