While the northern parts have been cultivated for agriculture, the south of Serbia is characterized by its ancient forests. The clement weather is not only suitable for visiting Serbia's many attractions such as the Golubac moated castle, but also offers hunting in mild climates.
The northernmost province of Vojvodina is known well beyond its borders as a fantastic hunting destination and offers aa variety of opportunities due to its healthy wildlife populations, especially for larger ungulates. Red deer, fallow deer, roe deer, chamois and mouflon can be hunted here.
Meanwhile, the extensive forests in the south provide an ideal habitat for red deer, strong roebucks and wild boars. A high density of game is available because of the local adherence to sustainable hunting. Strong deer populations, a plentiful chamois population (including Balkan chamois) and excellent driven hunts on wild boar, are only some of the many attractiosn this country offer to visiting hunters. Serbia delivers a unique hunting experience for a trip of several days.