Schedule

Departure9:00AM
Return5:00 PM

Price for minimum 4 persons:

Adults100€
Children up to 12 years old50€
2 Adults125€

per person

Included in price

Transportation from Zadar and back
Jeep
Guide
Lunch and drinks
Entrance ticket to the Velebit Nature Park
Insurance
VAT

DETAILS

Jeep Safari Velebit

Off road Jeep safari adventure by terrain vehicles (4x4 LR D) on Velebit mountain. Velebit is the Croatian longest mountain range (145km), proclaimed a Nature Park in 1982. We will visit its south part with untouched nature, impressive karst forms, beautiful views of Zadar archipelago in one, and Paklenica National Park and Sveto brdo on the other side.

We'll drive up to 1000 m a.s.l. to the foothills of "Tulove grede" and to the River Zrmanja Canyon, where films of legendary Indian hero – Winnetou were filmed. There will be many stops for easy walk, photo shooting and refreshments. Lunch will be served at the tipical rural household. Our guides will teach you about life of cattle-breeders who lived here on the same way for thousands of years, they will give you interesting facts about Velebit, its wildlife and more…

What to bring with you

Light hiking or sports footwear, Small backpack, Sun cream, Rain gear, Fleece jacket, Small water bottle, Camera, Swimwear, Money, ID

Book Online

You can BOOK your excursion through our online booking system or please contact us if you need more information or some different arrangements.

Our travelers rated Jeep Safari Velebit as "Excellent" on Trip Advisor!

FACTS

Velebit degenia

The symbol of the Velebit Botanical Garden is the endemic Velebit degenia in fruit, the work of renowned Croatian painter Eduard Kovačević.


Biggest mountain

Velebit is the largest mountain in Croatia and is a part of a bigger mountain chain of Dinarides stretching form the Alps, across Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro to Albania.


Biggest pit

The deepest and most famous is Luka's pit (-1392 m), being 11th in the world, its bottom (water-filled siphon) being situated at only 80 m above the sea level.