Safari Park Brijuni was established in 1978. It mostly featured the animals that ended up in Yugoslavia as diplomatic gifts for Marshal Tito. The exotic animals tell the extraordinary story of a group of 14 islands where history was being made; serving as a living reminder of those times is Koki the cockatoo: even in his advanced age, he still chirps with delight whenever Tito’s name is mentioned. In addition to the zoo, the exquisite nature and the museum, a tour of the legendary hotels and the conference centre is also part of the safari that takes you all across the archipelago.
Brijuni National Park is an extraordinary venue in general, allowing you to combine a tour of the archipelago with an outdoors reception. The various venues accommodate receptions of 20 to 300 guests. Your participants can navigate the island on foot, using a bicycle, or with golf carts.
|Wow factor||A national park for the chosen few|
|Incentive type||Cultural Experience|
|Best time of the year||All year round|
|Number of participants||Minimum: 20 Maximum: 100|
|Duration (in hours)||5 hours|
|Hotel recommendation||Hotels Nacionalni Park Brioni (Hotel Istra, Villa Lovorka)|
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