Treat yourself with a visit and a unique experience on Plitvice Lakes. Be ready for the most beautiful sights, and the nature as it once was and as it still should be. Clear water you can actually drink, waterfalls running from one lake to another connected in an amazing net surrounded by forest, wild animals and fresh air, creating this wonder of nature.
Plitvice Lakes is a complex of 16 lakes of various sizes that pour one into another, divided by travertine barriers. The algae, mosses and plants create extraordinary palette, coloring lakes in all different shades of green and blue. Travertine formations are one of the most important natural phenomenon as it is the main creator of the lakes and it takes centuries for its creation. It takes a year for creation of 3 mm of travertine. Furthermore, all these natural processes still take place today and continue on changing Plitvice Lakes even today.
Rich flora and fauna make Plitvice a living nature that will welcome you in its forest paths, meadows and caves. The most interesting inhabitant of the park is famous Brown Bear, as well as various species of fish, birds and other smaller forest animals. Endemic species of plants make the Lakes even more valuable. All these reasons were more than enough to declare Plitvice Lakes National Park in 1949 and for inscription at the UNESCO World Heritage in 1979.