Plitvice Lakes National Park is a special geological and hydrogeological phenomenon.
The lakes were declared as national park on April 8th, 1949. It is the largest, oldest and most popular Croatian national park. It represents a forested mountain area in which there are 16 lakes of various sizes, filled with crystal blue water. Lakes receive water from numerous rivers and streams, and they are connected by cascades and waterfalls.
Travertine barriers, which occurred over a period of ten thousand years, are one of the fundamental features of the park. The special geographical location and specific climatic features have contributed to the occurrence of many natural phenomena and rich biological diversity.
INCLUDED IN PRICE:
- Transport with comfortable combi van or with bus
- Passenger insurance
- Licensed guide
- Ticket for national park