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The Dubrava Reserve, untouched by people for almost half a century, is proof that it doesn’t. The 1.9-kilometer Dubrava Educational Trail is open to all. Beginning in a lush forest filled with ancient trees, some reaching up to 38 metres in height, the wooden plank trail leads to a raised high bog.

Does nature need humans to thrive? The Dubrava Reserve, untouched by people for almost half a century, is proof that it doesn’t. Encompassing a picturesque and truly wild forest and a raised bog, this Reserve is a highly protected area, but luckily for you, the 1.9-kilometer Dubrava Educational Trail is open to all. Beginning in a lush forest filled with ancient trees, some reaching up to 38 metres in height, the wooden plank trail leads to a raised high bog. Along the trail, 8 informational stands educate visitors about the local flora and fauna. Rest areas and observation points are strategically placed, allowing for moments of reflection and appreciation. The trail ends near a gravel road, where you can return the way you came or take a shorter path back. The ancient forest and wetlands, teeming with unique plants, insects, and rare animals, create a fairytale-like atmosphere, attracting nature enthusiasts and scientists.

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