A glimpse of the fun facts about Plitvice Lakes National Park

The most visited National Park in Croatia is Plitvice Lakes. Over one million visitors get a chance to see our beautiful Lakes.

Its most attractive part, the Waterfalls and Lakes, takes only 1% of the total area of the Plitvice Lakes. Yes, there really is so much to see in these lakes. Visitors to Plitvice Lakes National Park often feel that there is so much to see that they do not know where to start.

When purchasing your tickets for Plitvice Lakes, you also have the option of boat and train rides.

There is a chance that you will see an endangered animal species. Maybe a bear or wolf.

Plitvice Lakes National Park is famed for its 16 cascading lakes and more than 90 waterfalls.

Veliki Slap is the highest waterfall in the Plitvice National Park, 78 meters high.

At a large waterfall, you will hear the roaring thunder of the water. This thunder is most pronounced during spring and summer. At that time, the water levels are very high in the Plitvice Lakes area.

So far, only 32 caves have been discovered.

The smallest snail in the world lives in these caves.

There are two entrances to Plitvice Lakes. Entrance 1 and Entrance 2, both situated on the same road (our suggestion is to pick the entrance 1, you will be walking towards the waterfalls on the lower lakes, that means you will see them always in front of you).

Plitvice Lakes are the largest and oldest national park in Croatia. Sounds like a cliché, but somehow, it always seems different there and much more gorgeous than the previous time.

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