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Serbie Serbie: Stories by the lake (VSS06)


22/07/2023   -   04/08/2023

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18 - 99
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La nourriture végétarienne
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Belgrade (BJY)
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Second oldest workcamp in YRS focuses on the nature protected reserve "Kraljevac" and what it has to offer to the locals and visitors. It is located right next to Deliblato sands, the largest sand area in Europe. During the day, volunteers will work on the path next to the lake; fixing the benches and other equipment; cleaning up the bank of the lake as well as setting up a fishing place. They will participate in educational workshops with local children. During leisure hours volunteers will have a chance to go on boat rides get to know surrounding nature.
Keep in mind that you will be working during the summer, appropriate clothes and sun protection are necessary, as well as a good mosquito repellent.

Logement et nourriture

All volunteers and camp leaders will be accommodated in the Education and Research Centre in Special Nature Reserve Kraljevac 2-bed, 3-bed and 5-bed rooms (linen included, sleeping bag is not required) with shared toilets and showers. Volunteers will be provided with a small kitchen with cooking facilities and groceries to cook for themselves.

Situation, loisirs

On the edge of Deliblatska Pescara (Deliblato Sands), in the midst of the Vojvodina plains, in the picturesque village of Deliblato, lies an oasis of peace Special Nature Reserve Kraljevac. Lake Kraljevac with its floating and permanently anchored islands, surrounding reedbeds, woodlands, meadows, and pastures supports a rich diversity of plant and animal life. Special Nature Reserve Kraljevac is a place of unique natural beauty where floating islands moved by strong winds across the surface of water continually change the surrounding landscape. Floating and permanently anchored islands are remnants of lowland peat bogs, globally one of the rarest and most threatened habitats, and represent one of Serbia’s last refuge of the relict plant community of Marsh Fern and Grey Willow.
Volunteers will have a chance to explore the picturesque nature reserve in boats and also explore the oldest sand desert in Europe Deliblatska pescara.


The Sport Fishing Association “Deliblato Lake” was established in 2000 with the aim to promote sport fishing and nature conservation among a local community and young people in Deliblato. It manages Special Nature Reserve Kraljevac that was declared “the first category protected area of greatest national importance” by the Government of the Republic of Serbia in 2009. Since then For the fifth time in its history the Sport Fishing Association Deliblato Lake along with the Young Researchers of Serbia are organizing an international volunteer eco camp.

Young Researchers of Serbia (YRS) was founded in 1976. Our main aims are environmental protection and education, promotion of sustainable development, work with young people in an international context, promotion of scientific creativity and voluntarism and its values. Voluntary Service of Serbia is a volunteer exchange service center founded in 1990 as one of the sectors of YRS.

Itinéraire vers le point de rendez-vous

The closest towns to village Deliblato are Kovin (16 km), Pančevo (37 km), and Belgrade (58 km). You can reach Special Nature Reserve Kraljevac by bus from Belgrade to Kovin and then from Kovin to Deliblato. More details will be provided in the Infosheet.