Zumberak - Samoborsko gorje Nature Park with its 333 kilometer square area is the largest nature park in Croatia. It includes a picturesque hilly area in the Northwest of Croatia bordering on neighbouring Slovenia. It stretches through two counties, Zagreb and Karlovac, and the whole area is distinguished by the natural beauty and the rich cultural tradition whose customs are still nourished today. The geological history of the Park suggests rock formation 250 million years ago. This is the place where limestone karst penetrates deep into the continent resulting in a large number of pits and caves. Over 130 speleological attractions have been discovered in the Park area so far. In addition, the Park is an abundant water reserve with as many as 337 sources of potable water and 260 watercourses. Such a fertile landscape is home to numerous plant and animal species. Zumberak Nature Park is a significant example of the development of ecological and sustainable tourism today. In addition to fostering traditional crafts and cuisine, you can book lodging in mountaineering homes, eco-family farms, or private rentals. If you prefer urban surroundings, look for accommodation in Zagreb, Samobor or Karlovac. Go up to Japetic, Okic or St. Gera and its 1178 meters above sea level, go hunting or fishing. Relax in Eco-Village Zumberak, discover the delightful Zagorje cuisine through soups served in bread bowls and meat and venison specialities. Discover some of the first adrenaline parks in Croatia. For more information, go to +385 1 33 27 660.