- English-speaking driver
- Professional guide
- Walking tour
- Boat ride (about 20 minutes)
- Breakfast box (sandwich, fruit, water, juice, croissant)
- Bring comfortable shoes
- Children under 7 years are free of charge, with 50% off for children 7-18 years
- Entrance to the national park is not included in the tour price
FAQ - Plitvice Lakes Tour from Zadar
Is it worth visiting Plitvice Lakes?
Of course! Visiting Plitvice Lakes while staying in Croatia is definitely a must-do! The best way to discover this beautiful national park is by going on a Plitvice Lakes guided tour. That way, you will uncover the secrets of this magical site.
How much time do you need at Plitvice Lakes?
Plitvice Lakes Tour from Zadar lasts about 8 hours, and that is enough time to explore this majestic natural site to the fullest. During this tour, not only will you be able to discover famous waterfalls and many cascading lakes, but you will also have an opportunity to enjoy sightseeing at the Rastoke Village!
Can you visit Plitvice Lakes from other Croatian cities?
Absolutely! You can take a trip to Plitvice Lakes National Park from Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Omiš, Split, or Trogir. Check out our selected Plitvice Lakes Tours and choose the one that works best for you!
Does it get cold in Plitvice Lakes?
Be prepared for the difference in temperatures between Zadar and Plitvice Lakes. During the summer, the temperature in Zadar is around 30 degrees, while it is 15 degrees in Plitvice Lakes National Park, which is a 15 degrees difference!
Can you swim in Plitvice Lakes?
No. Swimming in Plitvice Lakes is forbidden because this is a UNESCO world heritage site. You can enjoy the natural beauty of big waterfalls and turquoise lakes from the hiking trails or a boat ride.