Explore Plitvice lakes – enjoy hiking between lakes, beneath waterfalls and admire always changing colors of water. Someone wrote: “There are water, lakes, waterfalls and forest elsewhere, but Plitvice Lakes are unique. They simply must be seen!”.
This unique experience will be enriched with an additional visit to Open museum of Homeland war and Rastoke watermills village.
Over one million people every year stops in the Lika region just to be able to enjoy this masterpiece of nature. Through centuries water was carving lakes and forming waterfalls resulting with the creation of 16 crystal clear lakes of different sizes, linked by stunning waterfalls. Around all this beauty, 30.000 hectares of native vegetation mountains form a masterpiece of Croatia’s fauna and flora. It is the first and biggest National park in Croatia and the only one put on UNESCO list of natural heritage, since 1979, because of its geological and ecological importance.
On your way to the National park, you will visit Open air museum of Homeland War (1991.-1995.). It is a good opportunity to explain “when, why, who” about this unfortunate period of Croatian history.
In a while, we stop again to see an overture for the Lakes – Rastoke watermill village. This settlement was created on the junction of two rivers providing force for various watermills. Most of them nowadays don’t work. We’ll show you one that does.
Thirty minutes after Rastoke we arrive at the National park Plitvice lakes. Considering weather conditions, your wishes and capabilities we will choose the best route between many that are possible. We will hike, cross the biggest lake with the boat and drive with the panoramic bus.
Prices are per person in EUR!