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Eco Tour Ria Formosa - Guided Nature Tour from Faro to Ilha Deserta

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    Stop At: Ilha Deserta, Santa Cruz, Faro 8005-554 Portugal

    A Desert Island - The Perfect Getaway
    Ilha Deserta, also known as Barreta, is the only uninhabited island of Ria Formosa.
    Animaris offers a portfolio of memorable experiences, with Ria Formosa Natural Park as its stage, and destination to Algarve’s hidden gem - Ilha Deserta.
    Visit us and discover a unique Paradise!

    Duration: 4 hours
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    Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

    We decided with new moon and high tides to take boat trip out to Faro island and see the ecological wonder that is the Ria Formosa. OMG, this shows how vital it is we ALL help to protect our environment. We blessed with a wonderful...More

    Date of experience: August 2019
    Thank ChadmanLimerick
    Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

    We wanted to know a little bit more about the ecosystem around the islands just outside Faro so we went on the eco tour with Laura and Tomas. They were very knowledgeable and friendly and showed all the different species of birds and plants that...More

    Thank Victor E
    Reviewed 3 July 2019 via mobile

    We’ve booked a guided tour with Laura and Gonsalo. They’re real professionals and very nice. Laura knows a lot about ecoworld there. This tour was the nicest what we had in Faro. Highly recommend.

    Thank 767maratz
    Reviewed 2 December 2018

    We highly recommend you to go and take a tour with these guys. Apart from the beautiful scenery and glimpse into wildlife, you get reminded how important preserving and respecting nature with its flora and fauna really is! We could not have asked for a...More

    Date of experience: October 2018
    Thank Expedition778134
    RitaSampaioAnimaris, Marketing Director at Animaris Ilha Deserta Boat Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 10 December 2018

    Good morning, Expedition778134 Thank you so much for taking the time to recommend Animaris Ilha Deserta, your review is very kind. Our team members share the passion for Ria Formosa Natural Park, and we've been promoting nature conservation for more than 30 years now. We...More

    Reviewed 2 December 2018 via mobile

    My partner and I were taken out for the experience and absolutely loved it. Tom is am amazing guide and a great guy. Would absolutely do again and highly recommend it to anyone in Faro.

    Thank hellojustjoe
    RitaSampaioAnimaris, Marketing Director at Animaris Ilha Deserta Boat Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 10 December 2018

    Dear hellojustjoe, We are very grateful for your lovely review, it's so nice to get feedback from clients :) Our team, and Thomas especially, appreciate your testimony. It will always be a pleasure to meet you again. Kind regards, Rita Sampaio

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    Ooops just read all the info ....properly ... on the web page. Answers all there Ta v much.
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