Plitvice Lakes National Park from Zagreb

Approx. 10h
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Intro

Join an unforgettable, small group tour and visit one of Croatia's most beautiful national parks. The Plitvice Lakes National Park was included in UNESCO’s World Heritage list in 1979. Founded in 1949 as Croatia's first national park to protect its breathtaking natural beauty – a phenomenon of karst hydrogeology.


The national park is actually a series of 16 lakes constantly changing color from turquoise to green and grey to blue. The whole area was created by a natural process of travertine barrier deposition, and now forms a superb symphony of lakes, waterfalls and surrounding woods with wildlife.


Visitors can experience this beautiful rare phenomenon of water and karst by walking the 8 kilometer long trails and wooden bridges or by taking a ride by boat or electric train (if the weather conditions permit)


The national park is actually a series of 16 lakes constantly changing color from turquoise to green and grey to blue. The whole area was created by a natural process of travertine barrier deposition, and now forms a superb symphony of lakes, waterfalls and surrounding woods with wildlife.

Visitors can experience this beautiful rare phenomenon of water and karst by walking the 8 kilometer long trails and wooden bridges or by taking a ride by boat or electric train (if the weather conditions permit).

Included in price

Transfers
Professional guide in the national park
National park entrance ticket

Not included in price

Meals and drinks

Gratuities

Itinerary

Itinerary:

Departure from your hotel in Zagreb or any other pick up location in center of Zagreb (on request).

08:00 Departure from Zagreb

10:30 Arrival in Plitvice

11:00 Guided sightseeing tour of the National Park

18:00 Departure from Plitvice Lakes

20:00 Expected arrival in Zagreb

* time schedule may vary due to the traffic/crowd conditions

Highlights

Discover the first Croatian National Park, a string of 16 lakes constantly changing colors
Experience true hedonism for nature lovers
Walk the 8 kilometer long trails and wooden bridges and explore the park on board a boat or electric train

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