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Magic is real – Plitvice lakes

Plitvice Lakes National Park is one of the greatest natural wonders of Europe. Embraced by high wooded mountains, one beneath another lie sixteen beautiful lakes of crystal blue-green water. Connected to each other by a series of foaming cascades and thundering waterfalls, the lakes are fed by many rivers and streams. Over the millennia, waters of these lakes have dissolved the limestone rock and carved out the valley in which they now lie.

Through the process of sedimentation of calcium carbonate and the work of special kinds of algae and moss, tufa or travertine has been deposited, and is still deposited to form the natural dams that separate the lakes.

Since the process is going on today, just as it always has, new travertine barriers, curtains, stalactites, channels and cascades are being built and the existing ones are changing. As it is deposited, the tufa coasts the beds and banks of the lakes, giving the water sparkling beauty and petrifying trees and stones which fall into the lakes. The water keeps breaking through the travertine barriers at different places, so that the entire process of formation of lakes and dams is alive and very dynamic. This is, in fact, a continuous dynamic process of tufa formation, a unique, interesting natural phenomenon. Nature's construction work continues in undisturbed ecological conditions. Beside the lakes are some interesting caves in which remains of prehistoric settlements have been found. The National Park covers an area of 29482 hectares, of which 22308 hectares of forest, 217 of lakes and streams, and 6957 of meadow and farm land. These forests, which in some places seem almost primeval, contain a wealth and variety of animal and plant life. There are deer, bears, wolves, wild boar, wild cats, small game and many kinds of birds. The waters have excellent trout. Hunting, fishing and swimming are not allowed. 
There are two entrances to the National Park (Upper and Lower Lakes). On the panoramic map these are marked 1 and 2. Big notice boards at each entrance provide visitors with basic information concerning walking trails through the Park and the locations of viewpoints, car parks, hotels, post office, bus stops, first-aid posts, etc. The trails are also marked on the tickets that visitors buy when enter. All other information (accommodation, food, connections with the coast and the other part of Croatia, traffic information, etc) is provided by the Park staff in the information offices.

Itinerary

(Split - Plitvice lakes)

08.00h - Departure from Split (Our Office - Street Hrvoja Vukcica Hrvatinica 10, 21000 Split)

11.00h - Sightseeing of Plitvice lakes

16.00h - Free time for lunch

20.00h - Return to Split

 

 

Included in price:

  • Transportation by bus, van or by personal vehicle of the highest tourist class,
  • Pick-up and drop off at the main meeting point,

Price does not include:

  • Ticket for entrance to National Park Plitvice lakes
  • Turning off of route, not listed meals and not listed tickets

Departure day:

Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Sunday

Entrance ticket price:

Adults: 150,00kn

Children 7 to18 years: 80,00kn

Students: 100,00kn

Children under 7 years: Free

Cancellation Policy:

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience

IMPORTANT: 
It is necessary to arrive 15 minutes earlier to the meeting point

 

Plitvice lakes tour

Starting point:
Split, Croatia

Departure point:
Plitvice lakes, Croatia

Duration:
12 hours (approx.)

Magic is real – Plitvice lakes

Plitvice Lakes National Park is one of the greatest natural wonders of Europe. Embraced by high wooded mountains, one beneath another lie sixteen beautiful lakes of crystal blue-green water. Connected to each other by a series of foaming cascades and thundering waterfalls, the lakes are fed by many rivers and streams. Over the millennia, waters of these lakes have dissolved the limestone rock and carved out the valley in which they now lie.

Through the process of sedimentation of calcium carbonate and the work of special kinds of algae and moss, tufa or travertine has been deposited, and is still deposited to form the natural dams that separate the lakes.

Since the process is going on today, just as it always has, new travertine barriers, curtains, stalactites, channels and cascades are being built and the existing ones are changing. As it is deposited, the tufa coasts the beds and banks of the lakes, giving the water sparkling beauty and petrifying trees and stones which fall into the lakes. The water keeps breaking through the travertine barriers at different places, so that the entire process of formation of lakes and dams is alive and very dynamic. This is, in fact, a continuous dynamic process of tufa formation, a unique, interesting natural phenomenon. Nature's construction work continues in undisturbed ecological conditions. Beside the lakes are some interesting caves in which remains of prehistoric settlements have been found. The National Park covers an area of 29482 hectares, of which 22308 hectares of forest, 217 of lakes and streams, and 6957 of meadow and farm land. These forests, which in some places seem almost primeval, contain a wealth and variety of animal and plant life. There are deer, bears, wolves, wild boar, wild cats, small game and many kinds of birds. The waters have excellent trout. Hunting, fishing and swimming are not allowed. 
There are two entrances to the National Park (Upper and Lower Lakes). On the panoramic map these are marked 1 and 2. Big notice boards at each entrance provide visitors with basic information concerning walking trails through the Park and the locations of viewpoints, car parks, hotels, post office, bus stops, first-aid posts, etc. The trails are also marked on the tickets that visitors buy when enter. All other information (accommodation, food, connections with the coast and the other part of Croatia, traffic information, etc) is provided by the Park staff in the information offices.

Itinerary

(Split - Plitvice lakes)

08.00h - Departure from Split (Our Office - Street Hrvoja Vukcica Hrvatinica 10, 21000 Split)

11.00h - Sightseeing of Plitvice lakes

16.00h - Free time for lunch

20.00h - Return to Split

 

 

Included in price:

  • Transportation by bus, van or by personal vehicle of the highest tourist class,
  • Pick-up and drop off at the main meeting point,

Price does not include:

  • Ticket for entrance to National Park Plitvice lakes
  • Turning off of route, not listed meals and not listed tickets

Departure day:

Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Sunday

Entrance ticket price:

Adults: 150,00kn

Children 7 to18 years: 80,00kn

Students: 100,00kn

Children under 7 years: Free

Cancellation Policy:

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience

IMPORTANT: 
It is necessary to arrive 15 minutes earlier to the meeting point

 


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