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Plitvice Lakes and Rastoke village with drop off in Split

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Plitvice Lakes and Rastoke village with drop off in Split
Tour details

Save time and visit Plitvice Lakes & Rastoke on the way from Zagreb to Split.  We will pick you up at your accommodation in Zagreb and in the end of the tour take you to your accommodation in Split.

National park Plitvice Lakes, surrounded by dense forest of beech and fir trees, Plitvice Lakes are considered one of the most beautiful natural phenomena in the world: 16 lakes connected by numerous waterfalls present a continuous play of light and water. Plitvice Lakes are a protected ecosystem and a national park since 1949. The perfect picture nature has been creating for several millenniums, leaving everyone breathless. Experience the birth of a vivid rainbow while getting refreshed with the scattered drops of 78 meters high waterfall. Find out why and how the Lakes change colours from emerald green to azure blue. Enjoy thousands of sparkling falls, clean pure air, the great Splasher, idyllical boat ride on Lake Kozjak, endemic flora and fauna and Lika’s food.

Departure Location

Zagreb (we will pick you up at your accommodation)

Return Location


Departure Time

8:00 am

Price Includes

  • door-to-door transportation in a comfortable car or minivan
  • professional licensed driver/guide
  • all transportation costs
  • all government taxes and VAT

Price Excludes

  • entrance tickets: Plitvice Lakes
  • personal expenses
What to Expect
  • departure from your accommodation in the morning hours
  • sightseeing of Rastoke village
  • 4-hour tour of Plitvice Lakes by walking, mini train, boat
  • arrival to Split in the late afternoon hours

In Plitvice National Park, nature has created 16 lakes and connected them by amazing travertine waterfalls. The National Park covers 29685 hectares, where lakes take up to 200 hectares and forest covers the rest of the park. In this area you can encounter different species that have been living here since before the arrival of humans. Starting point is at the north entrance of the park (Entrance 1). Sightseeing is circular and includes the Lower and Upper Lakes area, and a combination of walks and electric-boat rides, while the return to starting point will be mostly by panoramic train. Enjoy the beauty of the largest and most attractive waterfalls (“Great Waterfall”, “Veliki Prštavac” and “Mali Prštavac”), and countless smaller waterfalls, as well as the lakes. The Plitvice lakes National Park belongs to Dinaric karst area and due to its specific geology, geomorphology and hydrology it truly is one of the most impressive karst entities in the world. Apart from dolomitic rock, mesosoic limestones with dolomite inserts prevail. The ratio between less porous or water-retaining dolomites and porous Jurassic limestone sediments in the karst has influenced the landscape of the overall area today. Specific hydrology properties of rock have enabled water retention on Triassic dolomite rocks, as well as canyon formation by water cutting through Cretaceous limestone deposits. Tufa barriers are a phenomenon enabling water to remain inside the lakes.

Prices are per person in euros with all taxes included
The prices can be different depending on travel date, for exact quotation please contact us

1-2 persons

250 €

5 persons

140 €

3 persons

200 €

6 persons

130 €

4 persons

170 €

7+ persons

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