Nacionalni Park Biogradska Gora Travel Guide

  • Rowing on Lake Biograd
    Rowing on Lake Biograd
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    Lake Biograd in the Rain and Mist (2006)
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    National restaurant - traditional house
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Nacionalni Park Biogradska Gora Things to Do

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    by Gligoroff Updated Sep 27, 2005

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    This is the one of the last three jungles in Europe, with the typical jungle vegetation. The National Park takes 5400ha of the central part of the Bjelasica Mountain, between the rivers Tara and Lim. The 80 percents of this area are the woods. The many trees are over 500 years old. There are 26 plant ecosystems, 86 kinds of trees and over 220 various plants. The one hundred old trees are 40 – 50m high. There are typical mountain trees: the oak, the maple, the beech, the fir, etc. The birds’ observers and ornithologists can enjoy the flights of eagles and 150 other birds. The Biograd`s woods is the home of bears, wolves, dears, foxes, etc. There are over 350 kinds of insects.
    The intensive glecier`s activity has formed the various geo – morphologic shapes, like the river valleys and mountain peaks, some over 2000m high. The most famous and the biggest lake in the area is Bigradsko jezero, located in the middle of the park, 1094 m above the sea level.
    The Biogradska gora is attractive not only for the explorers, but for the numerous visitors, as well. Take a deep breath and face the unique nature.

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    • Hiking and Walking
    • Adventure Travel
    • National/State Park

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