- Walk around the oldest and biggest National Pak in Croatia
- 16 lakes and waterfalls, UNESCO protected site
- Featured in '16 spots to see before you die'
- Visiting Zadar, with unique Sea Organ and Salutation to the Sun
We’ll take a bus ride (about 3 hours) to visit the famous Plitvice lakes best known for their exceptional beauty recognized by UNESCO since 1979. This national park is one of the most spectacularly attractive areas on Earth, with incredibly crystal clear water flowing over a variety of waterfalls, cascades & lakes in a vast lush green environment loved by millions that come to visit every year.
Drive from Split to the park lasts approximately 3 hours but it's in a comfortable mini bus and with the presence of your driver Mario the time will fly quickly. Once there, relax and enjoy the beauty of this worldly famous park during the app three and a half hours long walk on a trail between waterfalls and lakes. Before heading back to Split you will have a lunch stop at a local restaurant. The lunch is not included in the price, so if you think on skipping make sure to bring some alternative. There's also another surprise spot we have prepared for you, we won't reveal it but the trace is hidden in the tag: sunsest at the city with the sea organ.
Who Is This Experience Good For
- Anyone passionate about history and culture
- Anyone interested in beautiful scenery
- Anyone interested in nature and the outdoors
Transportation - Round Trip
Entrance Fee / Tickets
On-site Local Guide
What's Not Included
Know Before You Go- Minimum Needed: 7 people
fREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Plitvice Lakes was a blast! The drive really doesn’t feel that long and the end destination is absolutely worth it. It happened to be raining the day that we went, but that didn’t stop it from being amazing. The lakes and waterfalls are so beautiful and the hiking part is easy and fun! The restaurant we stopped at for lunch was delicious Loved getting to stop in Zadar to hear the sea organ and sun salutation, both were amazing!
Beautiful and worth it! Bring rain gear even if it looks like it might not rain. :)
This day trip was the highlight of my month in Split! Highly recommend it for the breathtaking landscape and gorgeous photo opportunities. The lakes might be low in July-August if there isn't much rain, but the views will still be amazing and worth it! This experience is at the top of a list full of amazing experiences in Croatia.
I like water works, and so was really pleased by the many lakes and waterfalls that we encounter on the walk.
Our guide was a great source of knowledge and a good company making the trip even extra.
You really should take advantage of this trip. It is unbelievable and something you will never forget.