Cadmos Village is adventure park situated in picturesque Konavle region near village of Komaji, hidden in unique oak woods. Set yourself for unforgettable adrenaline experience which is going to excite all of your senses. There is a beautiful tree terrace, 7 meters high, which provides stunning view over the Konavle valley. Also, you can taste our homemade specialties and excellent wines in our restaurant.
There are three levels of adventure park and 4 zip-lines, paintball, giant swing and many other activities which are suitable for families and children, as well as for those who seek more adventure and adrenalin.
The company organizes activities and exursions according to all safety standards. The best professional equipment is provided and we are checking our equipment because safety is our priority.
We are very proud to say that all the electric power in Cadmos Village comes from solar energy, which is an important source of renewable energy. Today, the technology produces less than one tenth of one percent of global energy demand, and we are glad to contribute the sustainable tourism. We have six solar panels on a rooftop, but we are in the middle of project of The Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund that supports upgrade of solar panels.
Goran Jerković, born in 1983, has been raised in Cavtat, lovely place near Dubrovnik. After finishing high scool he went to Opatija where he graduated from Faculty of tourism and hospitality managment. In 2006. he has finished the course for Manager of travel agency, in 2008. he got his certificate for pedagogy and psychology from University of Zagreb and in 2011. he has finished the course for account manager from University of Split.
He started working in hotel industry in Iberostar hotels as controlor of profit and expensis, and in 2012/2013. he has become manager of this department. In 2014. he has been working as a manager in Hotel Epidaurus in Cavtat.
In 2009. he became a member of Croatian Mountain Rescue Service (professional, humanitarian and nonprofit association specialized for rescue in mountains, rocks and speleological objects), where he finished numerous courses.
Later on, in 2014. he became the head of Dubrovnik region of Croatian Mountain Rescue Service.
He climbed Mulhacen in Sierra Nevada (3848m), Toubkal on Atlas (4167m) during winter conditions, went in many caves up to 500 meters deep, and also hiked many mountains in Croatia, Bosnia and Montenegro.
Zoran Ateljević, born in 1982 in Dubrovnik, where he finished his high school. After that, in 2006. he graduated from University of Dubrovnik, in Tourism and Travel Services Management. In 2011. he has got another diploma in Communication department of University of Dubrovnik, where he specialized public relations.
He started working in Gulliver Travel, leading destination managment company in this region, from 2011 till 2014. His first assignment has been Corporate Communications, Marketing and Development Specialist and later on he was working as an Adventure specialist and product manager.ž
From 2003. he has been a member of Croatian Mountain Rescue Service (professional, humanitarian and nonprofit association specialized for rescue in mountains, rocks and speleological objects). With tourism development in this area, in order to increase security standards, in 2005. Zoran founded section for Dubrovnik region.
Over the years he had completed various rescue trainings and became swift water rescue instructor, dog rescue handler, cave rescue instructor assistant and helicopter rescuer. He has been head of this department for eight years, and still contributes to this humanitarian organisation.
He was a part of the expedition in South America, Cordillera Blanca, where he climbed three peeks - Mr Misti, Mt Corpuna and Mt Chachani in 2008. Also, Zoran was member of cave expedition in Luka's pit (1431 m) at 2010.