This is a unique tour inside the Tapada Nacional de Mafra nature reserve just outside Lisbon, in Portugal, with a population red deer, fallow deer, wild boar, foxes, birds of prey and many other species living in this wildlife sanctuary comprised of more than 800 hectares of a fantastic scenery.
Created by King D. João V in the 18th century as a playground for the royal family and court, and also as a hunting ground, the Tapada Nacional de Mafra is a unique legacy from the past that needs to be seen to be understood. and now you've the chance to see it from a moving platform, a 4x4, in a trip made for photographers.
Conceived for photographers that want to take the most of the discovery of Tapada's wildlife, this tour is a four hour experience. We visit the park using a jeep, following animals and the best vistas. The tour is designed for three