Come with us to Croatia this year, where you’ll discover some of the best-preserved ecosystems in Europe. This webinar, led by Croatian native and Expedition Leader Monika Mikulec, offers a preview of our active adventure. Explore the maritime zone of the Adriatic Blue Corridor, with some of the greatest biodiversity in the Mediterranean Sea, and the Vis Archipelago, a UNESCO Global Geopark formed of ancient rock, which contains the highest concentration of natural monuments in Europe. Inland, the karst landscapes of the Dinaric Alps provide critical habitat for threatened mammals such as lynx, brown bears, wolves and otters. In Lonjsko Polje Nature Park, a special ornithological reserve that’s one of Europe’s largest protected wetlands, we find Eleonora's falcons and European storks. More widely known protected areas on our itinerary include the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Plitvice Lakes National Park, Stari Grad Plain on Hvar island, and Diocletian’s palace in the Old Town of Split on the Dalmatian Coast. This comprehensive overview of Nat Hab’s 2021 Croatia adventure outlines our route, accommodations, and the diverse activities you can look forward to.
Originally presented July 7, 2021
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