Discover fairy tale of Plitvice lakes, the oldest national park in Croatia in a company of licensed guide that knows all the ins and outs. Small group for a great experience!
Discover amazing waterfalls and nature during spring and summer, colorful forest around them during autumn or discover magic frozen winter wonderland! Soak up the natural beauty and serenity of Plitvice Lakes, discover all 16 interconnected lakes and enjoy in a spectacular view of 78 m long ”Big waterfall”.
Arrival at the historic village of Rastoke, situated at the confluence of Slunjčica and Korana rivers. Stroll around the well-preserved watermills and picturesque waterfalls, and admire the unique architecture of the houses built along the river, which are built from limestone and wood with shingle or tile roofs. We will continue to Plitvice Lakes National Park. Follow your guide on a walking tour of this UNESCO World Heritage-listed park. We will see all of the highlights of the park (both Lower and Upper lakes). Cap off your visit with a boat cruise across the Kozjak lake and a panoramic train ride, soaking up the breathtaking views and pure air before you return to Zagreb.
PRICE PER PERSON (MINIVAN): 130,00 €
MINIMUM: 3 persons
MAXIMUM: 7 persons
PRICE (CAR): 370,00 € (for 2 persons)
MAX: 2 persons
DURATION: 11 hrs
MEETING POINT: NIKOLA ŠUBIC ZRINSKI SQUARE, 07.30am (RESERVATION REQUIRED**)
AVAILABLE: MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, FRIDAYS
*other languages available on request
**you need to have a ticket and show it on meeting point
– Transportation by air-conditioned vehicle
– English speaking licensed tour guide
– Bottled water in vehicle
– Entrance fee to Plitvice Lakes National Park (including boat and train ride, from 01.04.-31.10.)
– WIFI in the vehicle
– Entrance fee to Rastoke
– Tax, organization costs and sale costs
– Private expenses
– Food and drink
– The tour operates in all weather conditions. Comfortable walking shoes are recommended.
– Not recommended for people with mobility issues.
– Between 1st of November and 31st of March, the panoramic trains and electric boats do not operate. You will visit the park on foot instead.