Hiking tura u veličanstvenoj Djerdapskoj klisuri sa prekrasnim pogledom na moćni Dunav. Izlazak na vidikovac Sokolovac, greben Čoka Njalta, prelazak preko kanjona Boljetinske reke. Djerdapska klisura, poznata kao Gvozdena kapija, najduža je i najdublja klisura u Evropi. Proteže se na udaljenosti od oko 100 km i obiluje istorijskim i kulturnim znamenitostima.
|DEPARTURE LOCATION||The parking lot at the municipality New Belgrade|
|DEPARTURE TIME||6.30 h|
|INCLUDED IN THE PRICE||Transportation from Belgrade
Hiking tour through Djerdap National ParkEntrance ticket for the national park Djerdap
Ulaznica za Lepenski vir (350 dinara)
- Equipment: hiking boots or sports shoes with a stronger sole, please bring enough water and some food (snacks, sandwiches, fruits)
- Tura se organizuje za minimum 15 prijavljenih punika.
- The price is for members of "Explore Serbia". You can find membership information here.
Information and reservations:
- By phone on +381 69 655 777
- By e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
This program is valid general rules on execution and general conditions of travel of the organization "Explore Serbia"
Beograd – Veliko Gradište
- Polazak iz Beograda sa parkirališta opštine Novi Beograd u 6.30h
- Putovanje prema Velikom Gradištu
- Pauza za kafu u Velikom Gradištu
Djerdap National Park: hiking tour
- Continuation of the journey to the National Park Djerdap
- Preparing for a hiking tour.
- Hiking tour is medium weight, u trajanju od oko 5 – 6h. Pešačenje podrazumeva izlazak na viewpoint Sokolovac, od ušća reke Pesače u Dunav, prelazak preko grebena Čoka Njalta i spust do atraktivnog kanjona Boljetinske reke.
- Staza obiluje lepim vidicima ka Dunavu i vrhu Šomrda.
- Dužu pauzu ćemo napraviti na Čoka Njalti u seoskom domaćinstvu gde će biti posluženje i gde je moguće kupiti specefičan sir iz ovoga kraja.
- Po završetku pešačenja moguća poseta nalazištu Lepenski vir i večera u obližnjoj kafani.
- Planirani polazak za Beograd je u 19:00.
Djerdap National Park
The Danube in Celtic means river or water. It is not known when the first wave of the Pannonian sea began to deepen the massifs between the Balkans and the Carpathians, opening the Iron Gate and creating today's Djerdap. With this miracle of nature, the Persians gave the name Girdap or Vortrag, and Roman soldiers, according to the order of the traitor, Trajan crossed the path through the Djerdap walls, which for the then Roman Empire had great strategic and economic significance.
Djerdap gorge is the largest river breakwater in Europe, originated where the mighty Danube broke through the Carpathian Mountains in a length of 90 kilometers. There are four gorges: Golubacka, Lady Vir - whose tourist center Lepenski Vir, Kazan (the largest river depth is 90 m) and Sipska, and three basins: Ljupkovska, Donjomilanovacka and Orsavska. Here in Djerdap Dunav is the deepest 90 m, narrowest 140 m, but also the widest, almost 7 km near Golubac.
Djerdap National Park is the largest in Serbia. It is a true paradise for adventurers, nature lovers, fishermen and hunters. In our article on Djerdap, you can see how you can spend all your time in this national park.
This protected area includes as many as ten nature reserves, ten continents of diverse heritage of nature, history and beauty, which are carried by large rivers: Lepenski Vir, Veliki and Mali Štrbac with Trajan's plate, Golubac, Bosman-Sokolovac, Čoka Njalta with Pesač, Bojana, Tartar Vis, Šomrda, Gigantic stream and the Boljetine River Canyon - Reef.
Due to its diversity and rarity, the National Park Djerdap is a true scientific research center in the nature. Nature Reserve Veliki and Mali Štrbac is one of the most interesting and most attractive areas of the National Park, with a very diverse and very widespread relict vegetation, as well as a Roman inscription, in the science known as Tabula Traiana, located at the very exit from the Đerdap gorge. It dates from the 100th year of a new era, marking the completion of the section of the road through the Lower Gorge. Čoka Njalta Reserve, with Pesača, is a typical haven for relict and rare species of trees and their communities, while Šomrda is a habitat of herbaceous vegetation growing on the southeastern slopes of the eponymous peak at a place called Radisavlje's branch.