The Living World Of Central Dalmatia
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The Living World Of Central Dalmatia

day 1

Split, Natural History Museum

Gathering of the group and departure by bus in the morning. Driving to Split. Tour of the largest Dalmatian city: Diocletian’s Palace, Peristyle, Vestibule, monument to Grgur Ninski and Marko Marulić… Followed by a trip to the Natural History Museum Split. By visiting the museum, students will become interested in the natural world, its diversity and the adaptations of species to the environment in which they live. Participation in one of the educational workshops. Tour of the rivers Žrnovnica and Jadro. Continue driving to the hotel. Accommodation in rooms. Evening gathering. Overnight stay.

day 2

Biokovo Nature Park

Breakfast. Going on a half-day trip to Biokovo Nature Park. In addition to its position, Biokovo is also unique due to its geomorphology and biological diversity, which were the main reasons for declaring the Biokovo mountain a Nature Park in 1981. A tour of educational trails and presentation centers and a ride to the top of Biokovo and a visit to the Skywalk observation deck. Departure to the hotel. Evening gathering. Overnight stay.

day 3

Drvenik, Šolta, Čiovo

Breakfast. Departure by boat for a fish picnic. Sailing to the island of Drvenik and visiting the Blue Lagoon. Continue sailing to the island of Šolta. Free time for walking and swimming. Continue sailing to Čiovo Island. Lunch in the restaurant and swimming. Return to the hotel. Dinner. Entertainment and animation program. Overnight stay.

day 4

Blue and Red Lake, Prološko Blato, Vrljika

Breakfast. Driving to Proložac. View of the source of the river Vrljika, one of the cleanest rivers in Croatia, which until about 10 years ago was known for its extremely rich population of river crayfish, which suddenly mysteriously disappeared. Continue driving to lake Prološko Blato with an extremely rich ichthyofauna. View of the Blue and Red Lakes near Imotski. Free time for refreshments. Departure. End of service.