Our camp is an animal-friendly camp. This is evidenced by the fact that there are always different animals grazing next to it. Together they form our mini ZOO Kolpa. Here you will find alpacas, goats, ponies, donkey, chickens, ducks, rabbits and nandu. Their group also
includes a “guard” dog Brin and the cat Ficko. Brin and Ficko are best friends, both lazy and very tired, so they sleep most of her time. However, if they do not sleep, they prefer to play with each other, go for walks or splash in or by the water. Alpacas, Augusta, Beli, Pako and Pika are herd animals that are smaller than llamas and do not spit. They trust people and feel good and safe around them. You will also feel comfortable in their company. They are friendly therapeutic animals that cannot resist a bite of lettuce, carrots or well-dried bread. Goats are animals that can live practically anywhere. They are ruminants, which means that they chew thoroughly all the food. They love fruits, vegetables, dry bread, leaves, grass…
Goats are known to reproduce quickly. We currently have 11 goats, in different color combinations. Goats are very curious and intelligent animals; sometimes way too intrusive. A pony is a small horse. It feeds on hay, grass, fresh carrots and lettuce. It is not good for
ponies to eat too many apples or bread as they may have joint problems. Here you can find the ponies Hera and Kresa. Amy the donkey is the head of an animal family. She is domesticated and accustomed to human closeness. She likes to say her distinctive »i-a« voice, and eat some carrot or cookie. She prefers to be in the company of the pony Hera. Nandu are birds that are slightly smaller than emus and much smaller than ostriches. They are omnivores and mostly eat plant foods. You can find them here together with chickens
and ducks, who always delight us with their home-grown eggs. Our animals graze next to the campsite, outdoors, so you can visit them every day of the week, through all seasons, without prior notice. Our animals are used to and happy to be visited. You can watch them, take photos, talk to them, but please do not feed them without our knowledge and supervision, as this can be very harmful to animal health.