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Croatia has the ultimate challenge in store for you! Whether you’re into climbing up mountains, descending rivers, scuba diving, swimming, hiking or biking, it’s time to push yourself to the limit! And where better to do so than in a stunning natural environment unlike one you've ever experienced before? Are you up for the challenge?


Let's warm up with something simple... 

or maybe not that simple!

With its impressive parallel canyons known as Velika and Mala Paklenica, the Paklenica National Park is a must for both trekking and hiking enthusiasts, as well as a joy for more serious and experienced mountaineers.


  • Paklenica National Park covers an area of 96 km2
  • The park is the largest natural gem in the Zadar region
  • Paklenica is easily accessible from the Adriatic Highway
  • Numerous signs in a variety of languages help guide visitors

Are you

ready to be thrilled?

Velebit is a mountain range extending through a large part of Croatia, with the north side a magnet for enthusiasts of sports such as caving, mountain biking and paragliding. Paragliding is particularly popular on Vaganski Vrh, which is Velebit’s highest peak at 1,757 metres.


  • Kayaking on the Adriatic
  • Velebit
  • Velebit
  • Karlovac region
  • Velebit

Are you ready for a break?

Well hang on, there will be plenty of time for that! The Kupa River serves as a natural border between Croatia and Slovenia, and where it passes through the town of Brod Na Kupi it marks a natural starting point for a number of rafting and kayaking circuits, guaranteed to boost your adrenaline levels to the max!

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But before wrapping up

your trip,

don’t miss the capital city Zagreb. Croatia's youngest and most cosmopolitan city is just waiting to be discovered on a long walk... unless you still have some energy left for a run!