Hunting & Photo Safari
The hunting ground of the Mosor Mountain is a sub-Mediterranean karst territory of approximately 12 000 hectares. The highest peak is St George (1330 m) which allows the view over the entire hunting ground as well as neighbouring places and the islands of Middle Dalmatia. In fine weather one can see all the way to the Italian shore. The hunting ground extends from Omiš in the south to Split in the north, and in the hinterland it is bordered by the Cetina River. Rich history, cultural heritage and above all natural beauty of the scenery make it unique.
Primary wild game in the hunting ground are the moufflon, wild boar, chamois, barbary sheep and deer. The most numerous of small game are the rock partridge, rock dove and rabbit. The woodcock and wood pigeon are hunted while flying.
Present predators are the bear, fox, beech marten, eagles, ravens, hawks and falcons as well as protected wolves.
Guided by an expert and experienced guide a wonderful opportunity is given in a 3-to-4-hour walk in the extraordinary scenery to photograph and film the wildlife in their genuine natural environment.
Apart from that one can have an organised overnight stay in open air or in a hunting hut with a fitting hunter’s meal.
We also mediate in organising hunt in other hunting grounds at guests’ request.