This autumn in Oasis Park Fuerteventura we have released the Ecotour, a new experience to discover the flora and wild fauna of the park in a sustainable way. This new free tour, lasting about 45 minutes, will allow all of our visitors to visit part of the Botanical Garden and some of the most special protected natural areas of our park, on board two wooden trains with a total capacity of 180 people each way.
It is the perfect alternative to the walking route for those who do not wish to walk, for families with children and it is adapted to people with reduced mobility, facilitating accessibility.
This free service makes it easy for you to travel and takes you through the reptiles area, birds of prey and sea lions, with stops in the educational exhibition areas; or in other areas which form part of the park, climbing the Canarian valley surrounded by highly protected endemic species and where birds fly free over the area. One of the jewels of the tour is the Botanical Garden, one of the largest in the continent, as well as the protected reserve of native Canarian plants and migratory birds with its research stations and observatories, a point which is the daily passage for more than 250 birds, many of them in reproduction.
This new train experience offers incredible views over the park and the coast of Fuerteventura, as well as the possibility of making stops in different areas and taking photographs. In addition, the park is working to have very soon a recorded speech that will explain the most curious data about the animal and plant species that inhabit Oasis Park Fuerteventura. The Ecotour will provide you with didactic information about the ocean; origin, evolution and characteristics of the island of Fuerteventura as a biosphere reserve; as well as the care and protection of it.
The new tour reinforces our commitment to ecotourism, with a philosophy based on promoting a socially responsible tourism, based on admiration and respect for nature and the environment.
The tour will be in operation all day, 365 days a year. This tour is the first phase of the proposal, which will soon be extended to new areas of the park.
Our Ecotour awaits you!