Željava, Croatia: Yugo, waterfalls and minefields
After only a 2 hours’ drive from Zagreb, we’ll take you to a magical place called Plitvice Lakes National Park. A park known for its turquoise water, countless waterfalls, trouts fighting the streams and travel bloggers fighting with their selfie sticks. After the visit to the park (Upper Lakes section) we’re taking you to a completely different world. The world of airport runways overgrown with weeds, the world of blown-up tunnels and minefields in demining process; the world where the only thing that lurks from the bushes are the ghosts of times past and an old Dakota airplane. The place is known as Željava, the deserted Yugoslav airbase.
Duration: Max. 9 Hs.
Up to 3 people