Plitvice Lakes Private Tour from Split | Travel with a local guide

Day Trip Split to Plitvice Lakes National Park

Plitvice Lakes National Park is the first and most popular and reputed national park in Croatia. It is on the UNESCO Heritage List, since 1979. It is best known for the 16 interconnected lakes by cascades and waterfalls. The park is simply beautiful. Located in the Lika, covering the region that is bordered by mountains Mala Kapela, Medveđak, and Gornja Plješevica, National Park extends over an area of 30 thousand hectares (about 300 square kilometers). The park is also populated by bears, wolves, otters, rabbits, foxes, and numerous bird species. The region is established as a National Park in 1949., declaring Plitvice Lakes as an area of exceptional natural beauty. The best way to explore the park is to take a walking tour around, starting from the very top. The walking route is solid and wide – perfectly safe for the tourist. The place feels almost surreal!

How to get from Split to Plitvice Lakes National park in a day?

Simply book your day trip Split to Plitvice Lakes National park with your own driver-guide. The first thing to remember, we pick you up at the place of your accommodation in Split and begin our drive to Plitvice Lakes. Next, the drive from Split to Plitvice is only 2-hour. Enjoy scenic views of the countryside throughout the trip. Another key point, You’ll also be connected thanks to our free WiFi access on board. Prices for day trip Split to Plitvice Lakes start as low as 340 Euros (price is per vehicle not per person). Our service and quality are available on the TripAdvisor profile. Give us a try and experience it for yourself!

What You will experience?

No matter when you choose to visit Plitvice Lakes – the spring, summer, autumn or winter – a fascinating day out in nature awaits. The tour of the National Park will take approximately 3 hours. Will include hiking along both upper and lower lakes, a boat ride over the big lake, and a train ride through the park area at the end. Don’t miss seeing “Veliki Slap”, the highest waterfall in the Plitvice National Park, 78 meters high.

The Upper Lakes

Meet your local guide in the park and start with a pleasant train ride around the Upper Lakes. Your licensed guide is a professional with more than 10 years of experience. Together with our guide in the lead, we start with our tour by exploring the series of twelve interconnected lakes called the Upper Lakes (Gornja Jezera). The lakes also change color depending on the mineral composition of the water and the microorganisms living in them. This process ensures that the Plitvice Lakes are continually evolving. We’ll continue making our way through the fascinating landscape of the park until we reach the boat that will transport us to the Lower Lakes (Donja Jezera).

Lower Lakes

The Lower Plitvice Lakes system is formed in the canyon that is constructed of permeable limestone. The highest rocks in the canyon are about 40 meters. The travertine cascade formed between Kaluđerovac and Novakovica brod lake is visitors’ path leading down from the NP Entrance 1 towards the Veliki Slap waterfall and then further on around the Lower Lakes upstream in the direction of the Kozjak Lake. The climax of the Plitvice tour is undoubtedly the Great Waterfall (Veliki Slap), which is also known as the tallest waterfall in Croatia.

Veliki Slap – The Great Waterfall

The highest waterfall in the Plitvice National Park is Veliki Slap – the Great Waterfall. Witness the magnificence of the 78 meters situated at the very end of the National Park. The place where the river Plitvice thunders, in a single drop in the river Korana. The waterfall gets completely frozen in the winter forming a lovely giant ice sculpture – a must-see!

What about the Plitvice Lakes entrance fee?

Plitvice Lakes entry fee is not included in the price of the tour so please have the exact amount prepared once you meet our driver in the morning on the day of the tour. If you have already purchased tickets in advance, please let us know by e-mail. All information regarding ticket purchase and pricing you can find on the National Park Plitvice Lakes website.

How do I make my booking?

You can complete your booking online by using the displayed booking form on website. Just choose the date, your departure, and destination points and follow the link. Another option is booking over the phone. We are also available 24/7 by email, WhatsApp, and Viber.


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Simply book your day trip from Split to Plitvice Lakes with your own driver-guide and luxury vehicle. Prices start as low as 465 euros.