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Duration: 6 days
Location: Zagreb - Karlovac
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1. day: base SLUNJ

Source Slunjčica and Rastoke – River Slunjcica dissolves over travertine rocks and flows into the river Korana, in its course through Rastoke creates a multitude of small lakes, rapids and waterfalls, most notably Buk, H. and Fairy hair

  • Holes in travert rastoke live otters

Educational program, vocational guidance

Other possibilities: hunting, fishing, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, bike trails, Old Town Slunj Patriotic War Museum


2.day: base KARLOVAC

VRLOVKA – cave in Kamanje

  • Vrlovka Cave (or the names of nearby Brlovka Lair-city) is located along the Kupa River, near the railway station Kamanje, halfway between Ozalj and Metlika. Explored the cave is 400 feet (50 meters past the caved), and visitors can tour the 330 meters channel.
  • Geomorphic and historical significance



  • Ozalj, a small town at the turn of the Kupe mountain in lowland streams, springs up between wooded hills and emerald river. On a limestone cliff above the tranquil, mirrored Kupa, stands proudly Zrinsko-old city, and the heart symbol Ozalj’s historical development. Ghost hovering over him zrinsko-Frankopan cult spirit of ancient sources Croatian survival and self-reliance.


3.day: Agrotourism – Ozalj

Agrotourism: Ozalj area is perfect for the slow enjoyment of discovering its beauty.Mountaineering, hiking, exploring, or just enjoying the outdoors, especially attractive in autumn, a time mushroom season. Nad meadows, vineyards, orchards and forests for hiking lovers and open wide horizons rises Mill Hill is the highest peak Ozalj.

Beautifull scenery, clear water rapids and waterfalls and the abundance of fish – streams Ozalj region for a comfortable holiday crowned by fishing. At Ozalj river Kupa runs through deep gorges and narrow valley.



4.day: base KARLOVAC

ŽUMBERAK – Samobor Mountains – Nature Park

  • The importance of the geological structure – the age of rocks more than 250 million years, the karst area
  • 130 caves
  • Water area
  • Flora and fauna

FLORA – a rare and protected plant species: Iris, blagajev wail, Butcher’s Broom, Croatian carnation, holly, …

FAUNA – amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals

Options: educational programs with workshops, educational games, educational trails, exhibits, hiking, biking, climbing, paragliding, horseback riding

Significant parts of the visit: Eco center Budinjak Folk Museum with its rich collection of ethnological ety, Žumberak Eco Village (almost surreal nature all around you, whichever side you look you’ll see trees, animals, perfectly clean stream, healthy organic food, consistent with the nature of the objects ) in the valley above the village Rakovca Koretići with equestrian clubs and riding off-road vehicles

Educational program, Vocational guidance


5.day: base Zagreb

MEDVEDNICA-nature park ( rich plast and animal life, caves, mines,educational and neanderthalic trails, 13 century fort Medvedgrad )


The aquatic fauna is lush – crayfish and leeches – although there inside the cave

  • Lush terrestrial fauna:
  • Fish – rainbow trout, chub, dvoprugasta sprouts, …
  • Amphibians – frogs: frog meadow, woodland brown frog, green frog, common tree
  • Aquarius: plain, mountain and big newt
  • Salamanders: spotted salamander
  • Reptiles – snakes: viper, Smooth snake, whitefish (or Aesculapian snail)
  • Lizards: knobs, common lizard, lizard meadow
  • Mammals – insectivores, rodents, bats, carnivores

The nature park is possible to see a mine Zrinski veternica (cave) – geomorphologic nature monument, heel lengthwise in Croatia, also interesting for a variety of fossils of shellfish, sea urchins, the lower jaw extinct cave bear, 14 species of bats, different tools Neanderthal caveman

Educational program, vocational guidance


6.day: base Zagreb

Botanical Gardens, Faculty of Science, expert guidance

  • many plant collections, laboratory, in centre of city


Natural History Museum, guided

  • Try to fit in a visit to the Croatian Natural History Museum, which houses a collection of prehistoric tools and bones excavated from the Krapina cave as well as exhibits showing the evolution of animal and plant life in Croatia. Temporary exhibits often focus on specific regions, such as the island of Mljet.