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Plitvice Lakes Private Day Trip from Rijeka

Price USD$100.45


Plitvice Lakes Private Day Trip from Rijeka
Enjoy the services of your own personal driver and guide on a private day trip to Plitvice Lakes. 

Founded in 1949, Plitvice Lakes is the oldest national park in Southeast Europe, and also the largest national park in Croatia. In 1979, it was among the first natural sites to be accepted into the UNESCO World Heritage register.

Your guide/driver will pick you up at desired place and drive toward NP Plitvice lakes. You can expect approximately 3 hours of pleasant drive. 

You will have one stop on the way to Plitvice (in Senj) for coffee break. In Senj you can visit Nehaj fortress, built in 1558 on the Nehaj hill upon Senj town (optional - entrance fee is not included)

Upon our arrival, start exploring the national park. Pick one, or maybe a couple of park routes, walk along the trails and stroll across the rustic wooden bridges, enjoy the stunning beauty of the \'Land of the Falling Lakes\'.

Referred to as the \'Land of the Falling Lakes\' Plitvice Lakes National park is precisely that. Over thousands of years, surface and subterranean rivers have carved paths for themselves through the limestone, only to be halted by natural travertine dams, resulting in the formation of sixteen lakes all pooling into one another, creating one of nature?s greatest masterpieces. Aside from the grandeur of its cascading waterfalls, the national park?s lush forest is home to many endemic species, including the European brown bear, wolf, lynx, and numerous rare bird species.

Plitvice Lakes is not all about the natural beauties, you can also discover a rich cultural and historical heritage like the traditionally crafted mills and sawmills driven by the power of water, which are gradually being restored and presented to visitors.

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Enjoy the services of your own personal driver and guide on a private day trip to Plitvice Lakes. 

Founded in 1949, Plitvice Lakes is the oldest national park in Southeast Europe, and also the largest national park in Croatia. In 1979, it was among the first natural sites to be accepted into the UNESCO World Heritage register.