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Travelers looking for an outdoor excursion from Zadar can visit one of Croatia's most beautiful national parks on this full-day tour to Plitvice Lakes. After an easy ride, you enjoy a guided tour through Plitvice National Park—a UNESCO World Heritage Site—where you can admire the turquoise waters, check out the Great Waterfall, and cruise in an electric boat. Wrap up your outing with a stop in Rastoke, a quaint village known for its 17th-century mills and freshly-made bread.
Visit Plitvice Lakes from Zadar on this full-day national park guided tour
Admire the natural landscape and cultural sights, with a stop in Rastoke
Avoid crowds with convenient, skip-the-line entry to Plitvice National Park
Get a top value with Kozjak Lake boat ride, and Rastoke Mills entry included
Plitvice Lakes National Park is established in 1949 and among the first added to UNESCO World Heritage List. CNN listed Plitvice 3rd on their list of the World’s most beautiful waterfalls to visit.
In Plitvice National Park begins 3:00 hours guided tour. You will walk along multi-level system of 16 Upper and Lower lakes. Learn more about lakes and people they were named after. Enjoy the calmness of a surrounding forest and relaxing sound of the water rustling.
Stand next to the Great Waterfall which is 78 m high and take a picture to make a memory that will last forever.
Ride in electric boat across the Kozjak lake and take a walk across the other side of the largest lake in the Park.
Visit to picturesque watermill village of Rastoke completely situated on Slunjčica river. Explore its mills from 17th century, authentic wooden houses and learn more about waterfalls and legends that describe them.
Gourmets will enjoy and delicious bread from Rastoke made of freshly ground mixed wheat and wild trout caught directly from the streams.