Take a walk along one of UNESCO's World Heritage sites
Experience amazing landscape that you will hardly encounter anywhere else in the world
Rastoke - watermill village also known as "small Plitvice"
Enjoy lush and pristine valley with dazzling terraced lakes, waterfalls and several kilometres of boardwalks
Discover one of the oldest and largest national parks in Croatia. The unity and harmony of the 16 lakes here and their rare natural and cultural value is not only famous throughout Croatia, but also worldwide; earning this remarkable national park a coveted place on UNESCO's list of World Heritage sites. Arriving at Plitvice, you'll walk through these ancient woodlands. The path takes us first across Gornja Jezera (Upper Lakes), a system of 12 lakes separated by travertine barriers.
Wherever you are in Plitvice, it is easy to see why its travertine marble formations are such an extraordinary natural phenomenon. The barriers, sills and other forms created in these lakes, the karst rivers and streams are still an ongoing process that shapes the wonderful landscapes. It is these same travertine formations that have and are still creating the numerous magnificent waterfalls here.
INCLUDED IN PRICE
Professional English speaking guide, comfortable transportation and organization
Entrance fees: National Park Plitvice and Rastoke, drop off Split, meals and personal expenses
MINIMUM 2 persons
Tour is available throughout the year and runs every day during the Summer season (1.4.-31.10.) and every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday during the Winter season (1.11.-31.3.).
08:30Departure from Zagreb
11:30Sightseeing of Plitvice lakes with a guide
16:00Time for lunch in a local tavern
20:00Arrival back to the hotel
Good to know
Please bear in mind that we have multiple pick-up points, so it may take up to 15-20 minutes for the guide to get to you.
Comfortable and hassle-free pick up right at your doorstep without worrying of getting lost.
Since there is a moderate amount of walking, we suggest wearing comfortable shoes suitable for walking in slippery areas in the park.
No need for extra sport equipment. Be aware of having comfortable shoes - flipflops are not the right choice.