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nikmur
nikmur Jan 10
Hello. Today “National Park Skadar Lake Route”: are you interested in?
lukav
lukav Jan 10
Great choice!
milosdro
milosdro Jan 10
Nature! Birdwatching! Walking! I’m ready to ask to my boss a little vacation!
nikmur
nikmur Jan 10
Ahahahahah. Please take a look on that: https://application.qnest.eu/routes/5e2f3bfff9af2a4c03a597cb “Starting visit to Centre for visitors in the National Park Skadar Lake. Lake Skadar is the largest lake in the Balkans and two thirds of it belongs to Montenegro, while a third belongs to Albania. The lake’s size fluctuates between 370 square km and 530 square km, with it being much larger in winter than in summer. There are about 30 crypto-depressions, areas where the bottom of the lake is below sea level. They’re important to locals here because they’re rich fishing grounds. In 1983 the Montenegrin part of the lake, a total of 400 square km, was declared a national park. The area has a vast range of habitats including marshes, shrub and chestnut forests which makes it incredibly rich in biodiversity. Lake Skadar is one of the biggest bird reserves in Europe. It’s home to over 270 bird species, including the rare Dalmatian Pelican and pygmy cormorants. You’ll also see storks, herons, egrets, ibises, kingfishers, falcons, eagles and gulls. The lake’s fish is an important food source for the local population. It’s home 24 native fish species, 7 of which are endemic, including carp, and bleak. Aside from the birds and fish, the lake and its surroundings are home to many other species of freshwater snail, tortoises, lizards, snakes, otters, weasels, foxes, moles, wild boar and the occasional wolf. If weather is appropriate, driving by boat on the lake for birdwatching is exceptional experience. afterwords, visiting family winery Garnet. While tasting home made products and tasting good wine, the host will introduce historic and cultural importance of the region. The natural beauties are overwhelming and the fact that so many ruined stone houses, old fishing villages, fortresses and monasteries can be found all over the Skadar region confirms its historical and cultural significance.”
milosdro
milosdro Jan 10
TOP! 
lukav
lukav Jan 10
Thank you!!!
nikmur
nikmur Jan 10
Do not forget to contact the tourist organization to enhance your experience, and also do not forget to taste something into the winery (better to do it at sunset).