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Plitvice National Park is the most popular land attraction in Croatia, located halfway between Zagreb and Zadar or 3 hour drive from Split. Tour to Plitvice lakes goes every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday with air-conditioned minibus equipped with free WIFI.
Park covers total area of 300 square kilometres which makes it three times bigger than N.P. Krka.
07:00 – 20:00
After we pick all our guest which booked the tour, we head to the highway above Split on the route to Plitvice National Park. During the trip through Lika and Dalmatia, you can enjoy in stunning sights of Adriatic Sea, mountains and forests.
Since trip to Plitvice may last for more then 3 hours, we usually stop for a short coffee break.
When we arrive to Plitvice, you can join our guided tour through wooden paths, enjoy the boat ride across the biggest lake called Kozjak and a short train ride. On the other hand, you can also explore and enjoy the park by yourselves. You just need to be at the right time on the right place for our trip back.
That being said, you have more then 4 hours to explore the park and an hour for a lunch break. However, instead of having a lunch break, you can use that time for sightseeing the Park.
On our way back to Split, send videos and images from Plitvice National Park to your friends and family, while enjoying in our luxury minibus equipped with AC, free WIFI and a USB charging slot at every seat.
We’ll meet at our meeting point.
National Park Plitvice, which is set in deep woodland and populated by wildlife, is one of the places you simply have to visit. Extraordinary appeal of this heavily forested park lies in its sixteen crystalline lakes, inter-connected by a series of waterfalls and cascades.
The lakes and mineral-rich waters created this natural phenomenon by carving a path through the mountains for millions of years, on the area eight kilometers long.
There is also quite an altitude difference. The highest point is at 1280 m (4200 feet) and the lowest at 380 m (1250 feet). However, the total height difference between the lakes themselves is only 135 m (440 feet). Veliki Slap, the largest waterfall, is 70 m (230 feet) tall.
That being said, although the park is huge, there is 18 km of wooden footbridges and pathways which will lead you under and across the rumbling lakes and Plitvice waterfalls. When you take all this into consideration, it is no wonder park was given UNESCO World Heritage status in 1979.
Back to our meeting point.
Full refund for all bookings cancelled 24 hours before departure