NP Plitvice Lakes

NP Plitvice lakes is a unique geological and hydrogeological karst phenomenon. The complex of Plitvice Lakes was proclaimed national park on 8 April 1949. This forest-covered mountainous region includes 16 lakes descending in cascades over 5460 m as the crow flies. The lakes are separated into the Upper (Prošćansko jezero, Ciginovac, Okrugljak, Batinovac, Veliko jezero, Malo jezero, Vir, Galovac, Milino jezero, Gradinsko jezero, Veliki Burget and Kozjak) and Lower Lakes (Milanovac, Gavanovac, Kaluđerovac and Novakovića Brod). Expansive forest complexes, extraordinary natural beauties of the lakes and waterfalls, the richness of flora and fauna, mountain air, forest trails, wooden footbridges and much more make this a unique place inscribed by the UNESCO on its World Heritage List in 1979.

Full day National Park Plitvice Lakes
Duration: 8:00 – 20:00 h
Distance: Zagreb – Plitvice Lakes 140 km
Rate per person (based on min. 40 persons per coach): 375 HRK / 50 EUR
Rate includes: transportation by coach, entrance to the National park Plitvice, lunch at Rastoke (3 course menu without drinks), tour guide, VAT


Contribution to the bibliography – Plitvice Lakes 1777-1988

Contribution to the bibliography – Plitvice Lakes 1988-2000