Plitvice Lakes National Park is a perfect storm of unique geological climatic biological features you’ll rarely find elsewhere on earth, Imagine Niagara Falls diced and sprinkled over a heavily forested Grand Canyon.
There is nothing like this lush valley of 16 terraced lakes, separated by natural travertine dams and connected by countless waterfalls. Over time, the water has simultaneously carved out, and, with the help of mineral deposits, built up this fluid landscape.
Plitvice National Park and its fairytale nature is definitely a must on your bucket list!
Plitvice Lakes became Croatia’s first National Park in 1949, and in 1979 became part of Unesco World Heritage list. The park contains more than 1000 different species of plants, wildlife found in park includes otters, boar, deer, wildcats, lynx, birds, bears, lot of rich flora and fauna. Plitvice Lakes system of trails and boardwalks makes it possible for visitor to get immersed in the parks beauty.