National Park Plitvice Lakes

Plitvice Lakes National Park is the oldest and most famous park in Croatia and among the most famous in Europe – with 96 waterfalls and 16 lakes in the Korana River Basin, and many tributaries and streams, it is a wonderful and huge complex of forests and natural diversity. The oldest national park in Croatia was declared in 1949 and inscribed on the UNESCO World Natural Heritage List. You can tour the waterfalls on foot along wooden bridges and hiking trails through unique landscapes, then by tourist train, and by electric boat over the largest lake Kozjak. The travertine barriers created by waterfalls are a living organism that has been formed for millennia, and the current configuration was created 15,000 years ago.

Plitvice Lakes are one of the most beautiful national parks in Europe. And for a reason. Lakes and caves, forests and meadows, streams, rivers and waterfalls of Plitvice Lakes as well as a rich variety of flora and fauna delight and attract with their beauty visitors from all over the world. The magic of crystal clear blue-green lakes lasts through all seasons. There is a lot of talk about this beauty, but in fact no photo, video or text can prepare you for everything you will see on Plitvice with your own eyes. Everyone should visit this natural gem at least once in their life.

Experience the magical fairy tale of Plitvice Lakes, the oldest National Park in the Republic of Croatia, which will evoke a unique game of greenery and water and leave you speechless. Discover magnificent waterfalls, take a boat ride on the lake and enjoy the beautiful and relaxing nature.


08:00 Departure
09:30 arrival in Plitvice Lakes National Park
17:00 Departure from the National Park
19:00 Return to „The Palms“ resort

** The structure of the terrain within the national park is under a certain slope and there are both uphills and downhills. The whole section of the tour in one direction is about 8 km, but anyone can master it. The park is visited mostly on foot, so be sure to have shoes that are comfortable and at the same time firm for your feet (we do not recommend thin canvas sneakers, flip flops, sandals, beach shoes). Part of the section can be crossed by electric train and thus shorten the walk. Be sure to bring a raincoat or umbrella in case of bad weather.


On request