Nacionalni park "Plitvička jezera"

Visiting programmes

Program A Starts at the north entrance (Entrance no. 1). The tour is circular and provides an opportunity to admire the „Great Waterfall“ – the largest fall of the Plitvice Lakes and in Croatia. The path leads on upstream, through the „Lower Lakes“ canyon, along the lakes „Novakovića brod", "Kaluđerovac", "Gavanovac" and "Milanovac", to a point at „Kozjak Bridge“ where the trail begins to ascend towards the eastern side of the canyon. From this part, you return to the starting point (Entrance no. 1).
Program B   Starting point is at the north entrance of the park (Entrance 1). Sightseeing is circular, and includes a walk through the limestone canyon of the “Lower Lakes”, an electric-boat ride across the largest of the Plitvice lakes – Lake “Kozjak”, a panoramic train ride, and a walk along the top of the canyon’s east side all the way back to starting point at “Entrance 1”. You will also see the impressive “Great Waterfall” and the “Sastavci” waterfalls, the beautiful dark blue lakes of “Novakovića Brod”, “Kaluđerovac”, “Gavanovac” and “Milanovac”, as well as the vastness of Lake Kozjak.
Program C  Starting point is at the north entrance of the park (Entrance 1). Sightseeing is circular and includes the Lower and Upper Lakes area, and a combination of walks and electric-boat rides, while the return to starting point will be mostly by panoramic train. Enjoy the beauty of the largest and most attractive waterfalls (“Great Waterfall”, “Veliki Prštavac” and “Mali Prštavac”), and countless smaller waterfalls, as well as the lakes.
Program E   Starts at the south entrance (Entrance no. 2). The tour is circular and explores the „Upper Lakes“ section. The tour includes a short boat ride accross the „Kozjak Lake“, followed by a walk upstream, all the way to „Lake Prošćansko“. There's a sightseeing train to return to the starting point. Experience the magic tranquility and vastness of the „Upper Lakes“ with their wooded shores and admirable „Great and Small Prštavci“ falls, as well as countless smaller waterfalls.
Program H  Starting point is at the south entrance of the Park („Entrance 2). After a short walk and panoramic train ride, you will continue on foot along the Upper Lakes, take a boat ride across Lake Kozjak, and walk through the Lower Lakes canyon all the way to the “Great Waterfall”, along the top of the canyon’s east side, and again take a ride on the panoramic train. This circular program gives you the opportunity to enjoy the beauty of the Park’s entire lake area.
Program K ulaz 1 Starts at the north entrance (Entrance no. 1). This walking tour gives you the opportunity to explore the whole lakes section of the Park. The tour includes the „Great Fall“, a walk through the „Lower Lakes“ canyon and on, alongside the western shore of „Lake Kozjak“, where from the trail leads towards the „Stubica“ elevation. A gazebo „Tomićevo pogledalo“ offers a magnificent view of „Lake Ciginovac“ and the vastness of „Lake Prošćansko“. On your return, you will enjoy a walk alongside the beautiful „Upper Lakes“ and the east shore of „Lake Kozjak“, which is reached by a short electric boat ride. The last part of the tour consists of walking above the east shore of the Lower Lakes and back to the starting point (Entrance no. 1).
Program K ulaz 2   Starts at the south entrance ("Entrance no. 2") and gives you the opportunity to explore the whole lakes section of the Park. The tour includes a walk along the east shore of Lake Kozjak and continues above the east side of the „Lower Lakes“ canyon, leading to the „Great Fall“. The walk continues upstream through the canyon and along the west shore of the „Kozjak“ lake where from the trail leads towards the „Stubica“ elevation. A gazebo „Tomićevo pogledalo“ offers a magnificent view of „Lake Ciginovac“ and the vastness of the „Prošćansko Lake“. On your return, you will enjoy walking alongside the beautiful „Upper Lakes“ and the east shore of „Lake Kozjak“, which is reached by a short electric boat ride. The tour ends at the starting point (Entrance no. 2).