Plitvice Lakes is Croatia’s best known national park and the only Croatian natural jewel that is on the UNESCO List of World Heritage sites. The main attractions of this park, unique in the world, are the 16 small lakes joined by waterfalls created by the sedimentation of travertine, a special type of limestone. This national park encompasses the source of the river Korana, located in the area surrounded by dense forests of beech, fir and spruce. There are also several caves in the park, as well as springs and flowering meadows. The brown bear stands out as one of many protected animal species.
It is impossible to say whether the park is more beautiful in the spring, when the flowers in its meadows are in full bloom and when the trees have turned green again, or when the riot of autumn colors is reflected in the waters of the lakes, or indeed during the winter calm, when ice petrifies the waterfalls and when the surrounding trees are heavily laden with snow.
Spend a day enjoying Plitvice Lakes with us.
We are focused on providing a quality service and take smaller groups up to 8 people to Plitvice lakes. Our experienced guides will help you experience the tour like a local. You will travel like a local, eat like a local and make you feel like a local. Locals know where the best things are treasured.
Drive to Karlovac, the city on four rivers, built from scratch in 1579 in order to strengthen the city against Ottoman encroachments.
Turanj – visit the homeland war memorial and the old army barracks from the Austrian Hungarian period, built in the 18th century
Continue to Plitvice Lakes and arrive to the entrance number one. Start a guided walking tour from the entrance to the big waterfall and travel the lakes by boat and train to the other side. A walking tour takes 2,5 to max 4 hours.
Baračeve spilje (Caves) – 30 min drive on the way back from Plitvice Lakes.
Enter the underworld and discover an astounding world hidden beneath the earth. A professional guide will take you on a lighted path among breathtaking stalactites and talk about the cave, its geological structure and its valuable archaeological findings during a 60-minute walk. We will visit the canyon of Korana and a water mill in Dreznik.
Drive 30 minutes towards Zagreb and stop at Rastoke, the historic center of the Croatian municipality of Slunj. This old part of Slunj is known for its well- preserved mills and the picturesque waterfalls along the Slunjčica river, which flows into the river Korana.
Pick up: 08:00
Drop off: 18:00
Minimum 5 people in a group
Price: 30 EUR per person
Full day tour with a guide
Pick up: 08:00
Drop off: 21:00h
Minimum 5 people in a group.
Stop at Rastoke for degustation and lunch (on request).
Price: 40 EUR per person