Djerdap National Park is located in south-eastern Europe, in the northeastern part of Serbia, on the border with Romania.
The blend of time and nature on land and water
Welcome to Djerdap
Along the Danube’s right bank, on a 100 kilometer stretch from Golubac Fort to castrum Diana Karataš, the National Park encompasses a narrow forested mountain area, two to eight kilometers in width, reaching 50 to 800 meters above sea level.
Accept the challenge and take the hike on an adventure.
Become a part of nature, explore the Djerdap.
Discover the secrets of Europe's largest open-air archeological and natural history museum.
Djerdap National Park
Starting from Golubac all the way to Karatas at Kladovo, zones with objects of nature, cultural monuments, fauna and vegetation of relict species, confirming the evolution of vegetation series ever since our creation up to present day.
What They’re Saying About Us
“A common geographical area. One of the most beautiful tourist areas in the world. Here nature has created in time a very beautiful area that must be seen for sure. You must necessarily visit on the water from a boat or a chartered boat and you can sail to great lengths to enjoy the natural beauty of the area. You can leave both sides of the Danube without restrictions. The points of visit are relatively easy to find on the map and easy to access.”Gabriel George Lazar
“Wonderful nature, a lot of hiking trails. Wonderful views from mountains around. This national park is about nature but the place is about history of mankind from 8000 bc to Romans. Perfect for site seeing and hiking.”Aleksandar Firevski
“If you visit Serbia this site is must see, route through Djerdap. National park is one of the best in north-east part of Serbia. Rich of all type of vegetation, beautiful parts of forests, fresh air, place for hiking.”Marjan Firez
“Mesmerising, astonishing view, especially during the river cruising. Speechless, no word. Serbia's treasures!”Marija Milenkovic