• Halietor Pygmeus - Pygmy Cormorant
  • Burhinus Oedicnemus - Stone Curlew
  • Ardea Purpurea - Purple Heron
  • Buteo Buteo - Common Buzzard
  • Stony Pastures, Wetlands and Forests of North Dalmatia

    29.04.-05.05.2017 / 10.06.-15.06.2017 / 09.09.-13.09.2017 // 28.04.-04.05.2018 / 09.06.-14.06.2018 / 08.09.-12.09.2018 Other dates in May, June and September might be possible upon request.
    Price per person:
    640,00 EUR
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    The price includes:

    • 4 nights in double rooms (single room surcharge 10%) in a three-star hotel in Biograd na moru
    • 3 meals per day (breakfast and dinner in the hotel, take-out lunch) - drinks are not included
    • arrival/departure transfer from/to Split or Zadar airport, ferry-port, or bus station
    • local taxes
    • transfer to the locations
    • entrance fees in all nature and national parks
    • professional ornithologist guide

    Maximum number of participants:

    8 per group - larger groups on request

    Minimum number of participants:

    4 per group

    ITINERARY

    Day 1 - arrival to the Zadar or Split airport, transfer to a tri-star hotel in Biograd na moru
     
    Day 2 - ornithological reservations Velo and Kolansko Blato of the Island of Pag wetland and swampy habitats, in the afternoon swampy habitat with flooded meadows and reeds of the Vrana Lake Nature Park
     
    Day 3 - picturesque canyons and cliffs of the Zrmanja River
     
    Day 4 - area of Gracac, forest habitats
     
    Day 5 - departure

    Croatia is a beautiful country with diverse landscapes, from soothing to dramatic, on a relatively small area. Croatia's natural beauties would, on their own, be ample reason for a visit – but in addition Croatia is an emerging birding destination due to its ornithological significance.Croatia as a tourist destination is well known for its coastal summer holiday resorts, with many popular attractions such as visits to historical and cultural sites, boating, diving or just relaxing, but many of  these resorts are also close to a number of excellent birdwatching areas.

    Pygmy Cormorant, Short-toed Eagle, Stone Curlew, Purple Heron, Rock Partridge,  Kentish Plover, Skylark, Woodlark, Whitethroat, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Common Buzzard, Blue Tit, Stonechat, Northern Wheatear, Black-eared Wheatear…