Covering 27 000 ha, Tikveš hunting area is a part of a Nature park area „Kopački rit“. This eco-system lying on shores of Danube river is unique and could be compared with Danube delta in Romania.
Organized hunting management goes back more than three century’s in 1699. when mention “Belje” has been given to Prince Eugene of Savoy , a keen hunter himself, as a prize for his war achievements. After his death in 1736., the Habsburg family ruled the area until 1918. In modern times, Tito, the ex-Yugoslavian president enjoyed hunting in Tikveš himself as well as with foreign statesman and diplomatic guests among who were many trophy hunters! In late 1960.’s
Tikveš become world known destination for commercial trophy hunters.