Croacia escribe WELCOME con mayúsculas

Croacia escribe WELCOME con mayúsculas
Cuatro avantureros croatas escriben durante su viaje de dos meses la bienvenida más grande del mundo. Se trata del proyecto "Welcome", cuyo autor Daniel Lacko, junto con el cámara Marko Rukavina, el organizador Čedo Josipović y fotógrafo Luka Tambač han iniciado a principios de abril un viaje de 62 días de duración a través de más de 2500 km desde el extremo norte de la costa croata hasta el extremo sur de la misma. Andando, montando en bicicleta, remando en un kayak, escalando por las rocas y cañones, volando en paracaídas y utilizando cualquier otro tipo de medio de transporte que sólo utilice la fuerza humana, van a desplazarse desde Savudrija en Istria, hasta el extremo más al sur de Croacia, escribiendo a lo largo de todo su viaje la palabra welcome.

El objetivo del proyecto es la promoción de Croacia como un destino perfecto para el turismo de aventuras y excursiones, dando a conocer a los turistas las bellezas escondidas y la hospitalidad del país. Los cuatro aventureros viajarán a través de ocho Parques Nacionales, cuatro parajes protegidos, reservas naturales y monumentos geológicos, seis ríos y 11 picos montañosos.Durante dos meses, los aventureros vivirán en estrecha conexión con la naturaleza y como motivo de realización personal, utilizarán tan sólo la fuerza humana para desplazarse.

Es interesante que cualquiera que quiera participar, pueda unirse a los cuatro aventureros en cualquier parte de su recorrido, que ha comenzado el día 5 de abril en la bahía de Savudrija, Gamboz. Este curioso viaje debería terminar el día 5 de junio y se puede seguir a través de la página web www.welcome.hr, a través de twitter en twitter.com/welcomehr y la página de Facebook facebook.com/welcomehr The World`s Biggest Welcome. El equipo está tomando material gráfico a lo largo de todo su viaje, grabando sus aventuras, gentes, lugares y paisajes que atraviesan.


Proyecto Welcome
www.welcome.hr
 
 

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