Great Waterfall (Veliki slap)
78 m high waterfall, the largest in Croatia, caused by flow of the stream Plitvice down the steep cliff, while the other falls from a lake.
a system of 12 lakes separated by travertine barriers.
largest and deepest lake in Plitvice National Park.
famous for the legend that says that in this area long ago ruled a terrible drought which forced desperate people to beg their Black Queen for help and she responded by sending a rain that fell for days and so they created the lake.
famous scene from the film Winnetou by Karl May.
The National Park Plitvice is one the most beautiful European parks, protected by UNESCO since 1979, as a World Natural Heritage. The National Park covers the surface of 29685 ha, where lakes take up to 200 ha, while forest covers the rest of the park.
In NP Plitvice 16 lakes created by the nature are connected by the beautiful travertine waterfalls. One of the greatest scenes of the park is the 78 meters high waterfall called Veliki Slap (The Great Waterfall) which is the highest waterfall in Croatia.
Other than the guided walks through the amazing wooden paths throughout the entire park, you can enjoy in the boat ride across the biggest lake called Kozjak.
On our way back to Split we recommend a panoramic drive through the region of Lika where you can enjoy the beautiful beautiful forest and mountains of Croatia.
Also we will stop to taste the traditional Croatian cuisine in the restaurant Macola. We will then continue our journey back to Split.
We recommend you to bring:
- confortable shoes
||Departure from Split-Riva
||Driving through countryside with a coffee brake on the way
||Sightseeing of Plitvice lakes with a licensed guide
||Free time for lunch in local cuisine restaurant Macola
||Return to Split
Prices and schedule
Prices per person
20 May 2018 - 20 Oct 2018
€ 50.00 (Adults)
€ 25.00 (Children 3 - 12 Years old)
€ 0.00 (Children 0 - 3 Years old)
20 May 2018 - 20 Oct 2018: