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Recommended by Lonely Birder

probably the largest hotel in the Puerto Lopez area. Leaving aside the décor, the rooms are spacious, clean and reasonably priced at around 40€ for a double, depending on whether or not you want a ventilator. Don’t expect luxury, just the bare…

Recommended by Lonely Birder

Costa Rica: this well-organised hotel is suberbly situated for visiting the nearby Carara National Park, just 10 minutes away by car. Located in the Tarcoles area. From the hotel there is access to the beach, where there is good birding of waders…

Recommended by Jose Gomez Aparicio

A one star hotel but it’s comfortable and affords tremendous views from most rooms out over the O Grove mudflats and Isla de la Toja. Waves break right below your window, so birdwatching is productive from your room.

Recommended by Antonio Nuñez Ossorio & Vanessa del Alba

A good option for staying near the Doñana National Park in southern Spain. Situated in the “green corridor” of Guadimar and near Dehesa de Abajo in the middle of Iberian Lynx habitat. 15 double and 2 single rooms.

Recommended by Jesus Solana Ramos

Andalusia, Spain: situated in the Alcornocales Natural Park, half way between the principal migration watchpoints for soaring birds over the Gibraltar Starit and 10km from Tarifa. A charming locale. Rooms with large bathroom and a terrace…

Recommended by Juan Carlos Albero and Jus Perez

This hotel’s location and its ‘gardens’ are the only good points, but the amazing birdwatching to be had there more than justifies a visit. Restaurant and service awful. Take your own food with you if you are forced to stay overnight. The tab is…

Recommended by Juan Carlos Albero, Silvia Fdez. Estrada and the Lonley Birder team

At the entrance to the Djoudj National Park in northern Senegal. Without doubt the best accommodation in the area, and close enough to the best sites in the park that you get in several hours of early morning birding without having to get up too…

Recommended by Juan Carlos Albero

Spanish Pyrenees (Aragon): in Nerin, at the entrance to the Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park. An ideal base for exploring the Añisclo Canyon just 5 minutes away.As well as been a good quality, good value place to stay, its location is unbeatable…

Recommended by Juan Carlos Albero

Spanish Pyrenees (Aragon): located on the left bank of the Yaga river and the Escuain valley (Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park,) the only establishment near the famous viewpoints at Revilla, one of the best places to observe Bearded Vulture. The…

Recommended by Lonely Birder and Bernat Iglesias

Turkey: in the centre of Akseki locality, a typical stop on Turkish birding routes to look for Rüppell’s Warbler or Krüper’s Nuthatch. Not bad considering the few accommodation options in the area. The views from the hotel are very good. Breakfast…

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