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La Camargue - what's not to like??

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Wild horses, flamingoes, hiking, water, birding...what's not to like?? Realize this is not everyone's cup of tea, but we really would like to visit in the second week of May.

Can you recommend how best to do this? We'll be driving from Arles. It looks like a huge place, so not sure how to best to spend the one day we'll have. Have pieced together some information from previous trip reports.

We're interested in visiting Aigues Mortes (thanks to kerouac's fantastic photos) and the
Parc Ornithologique de Pont de Grau for sure...as well as somewhere we'd be most likely to see flamingoes and horses (if flamingoes are around in May).

We'd appreciate a little more guidance on exactly where to go in this large area.

We're going to try to do this on our own, but are also open to a jeep tour if there are specific ones that are recommended.

Thanks.

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