Plitvice Lakes National Park is the oldest national park in Southeast Europe and the largest national park in Croatia. Plitvice Lakes are a complex of 16 lakes that are all connected by pouring one into another and creating multiple cascades and waterfalls. Clear water you can actually drink, diversity of flora and fauna (for example you can find there more than 150 species of butterflies and 55 different types of orchid), nature how it once was and how it should be leaves more than one million visitors every year speechless. Plitvice Lakes are recognized even by UNESCO world heritage since 1979.
Excursions to the Plitvice Lakes National Park start at 8:00 am from Zadar and various surrounding smaller places, with a pick up from your location. On the way to Plitvice Lakes a small break on the Macola farm is made to see brown bears and other animals present on the farm. After arrival in the Plitvice Lakes National Park the walking tour starts on the Upper Lakes. After approximately an hour and a half of easy walking and lots of pictures taken, the electric boat takes us to the lunch break. After the break starts a little hiking tour, climbing to the beautiful viewpoints to be able to go down through the cave Šupljara and take the road to The Big Waterfall (78m high).
In the price is included: transportation with an air conditioned bus, a private guide, entrance tickets and a delicious lunch package (chocolate croissant, large filled baguette, seasonal fruit, juice and water).
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