Serbia can be defined as a hunter's paradise. The pristine expanses of sunflower fields, crossed by irrigation channels, in fact create breathtaking views, forming an ideal environment for hunting.
Hunting in Serbia is a centuries-old tradition, which has been handed down from generation to generation and is part of the culture of the population. In fact, there are over 320 hunting reserves in Serbia, among the most famous in Europe, as natural resources are favorable to the breeding of almost all types of game.
The migratory is the strong point of these territories, with many quails in the period of August and September, and from November to February the woodcocks populate the shores of the Black Sea in truly remarkable quantities.For this reason, Serbia has been a privileged hunting destination for centuries, which over the years has been brought to the highest levels.
The land is among the best in all of Europe for hunting both large and small game. Thanks to the experience of the Serbian people in this type of activity, the country offers a perfectly organized, with specialized personnel, accommodation for our hunters in hotels or hunting lodges.
But in Serbia there is not only hunting, this country offers many attractions to visit such as the Danube with its surrounding landscapes, the city of Novi Sad, Petrovarandin castle and the Karadjordjevo nature reserve. of the beautiful landscapes and good food you can not come at least once to hunt in Serbia, you will love it!
African turtle doves, quail, pheasants, ducks, hares, wood pigeons, wild boars, roe deer
Departure from Italy and arrival in Serbia in the afternoon, meeting with the contact person for hunting, accommodation in the accommodation and dinner all together.
2nd - 4th day:
3 days completely dedicated to hunting in areas that can also be reached on foot and full board treatment.
5th day:Breakfast and return to Italy.