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Velebit Mountain Quad Tour
Discover the breathtaking beauty of Velebit Nature Park on our Qued Tour. Experience an unforgettable adventure on four wheels as you ride through the stunning landscapes of Croatia's unique mountain road. This thrilling journey takes you from the sparkling Adriatic Sea to the heights of the Velebit mountain range, offering panoramic views of the Zadar hinterland and archipelago. You will also have the opportunity to explore the Paklenica Riviera and the historic town of Starigrad Paklenica, situated at the foot of Mount Velebit.
Your adventure begins with a ride along the coast, before venturing onto exciting macadam and forest roads that reach 1100m above sea level. Traverse the Master Road, the most beautiful mountain road in Croatia, and drive along the mesmerizing canyon of the river Zrmanja. Enjoy occasional stops for breaks and photography, capturing the memories of a lifetime.
This four-hour, 75km journey consists of 90% macadam and 10% asphalt roads, promising a unique and thrilling off-road experience. Suitable for both beginners and experienced off-roaders, our knowledgeable guides will provide you with all the necessary instructions and assistance to ensure a safe and enjoyable ride.
Create lasting memories and grow through this exhilarating experience in the heart of Croatia's natural wonders.
Join us today on an unforgettable journey through Velebit Nature Park. Remember, the best view comes from the top, and we're waiting for you. Don't forget to have fun and cherish this once-in-a-lifetime experience!
You can BOOK your excursion through our online booking system or please contact us if you need more information or some different arrangements.
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The symbol of the Velebit Botanical Garden is the endemic Velebit degenia in fruit, the work of renowned Croatian painter Eduard Kovačević.
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.
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.