Lobo Park, Antequera
Lobo Park is an enclosure of approximately 400,000 square meters that recreates the habitat of the wolves.
It was founded in 2002 but was opened to the public in 2004.
Another interesting and similar place to visit is the Bioparc of Fuengirola. If you like animals you can not miss them.
Lobo Park allows observing the natural behavior of wolves and understanding the dynamics of their herds.
In 2002, Alexandra Stieber and Daniel Weigend founded Lobo Park to study and learn more about wolves.
In 2004 they decided to open the place to the public so that everyone can learn about this species and observe their lifestyle.
The enclosure imitates the wolf's habitat so that they can show their innate characteristics. They have space to hide when they do not want to be watched, play and run.
Visits are guided and available in English and Spanish.
Currently in the park there are three sub-species of different wolves:
- Alaska Tundra
Guided visits can be arranged for groups and are available in English, Spanish, Dutch and German.