Maybe no other European country has such diverse, yet so preserved rivers as Croatia. Rivers of Croatia are true treasure of this country.
Often, I have heard the question: How many rivers there are in the world? The answer is difficult, as I doubt anyone has really done the count, but it must be dozens of thousands.
Mrežnica is one of the most beautiful Croatian Rivers. It is famous for its tufa barriers that create waterfalls and slow, almost marsh parts in between. In autumn, it is magical. See the video:
During my Ecuador expedition, I visited the village of Shuars, a tribe of Amazon Indians. Despite the invasion of the “civilization”, these people still live in harmony with the jungle and the rivers.
During our expedition to Madagascar, I spent several days in one very remote village in Mananara National Park. A small stream that flows through the village is a centre of activities.
Despite being known all over Europe for their unspoiled waters and natural wealth, the rivers of Croatia have still not received the recognition they deserve. The Mrežnica River is one of those net gems of Croatia, whose tufa cascades remain hidden deep in an inaccessible […]
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