Plitvice lakes tour from Split

Duration: 11h

Price: €56 (400kn)

Meeting point: Golden/North Gate (near the statue of Gregory of Nin). Look for a blue umbrella.

PLITVICE lakes tour from Split

Plitvice lakes tour from Split

By the peculiar beauty of its lakes and waterfalls, Plitvice are one of the most beautiful and most popular excursion areas in Southern Europe. This famous national park was granted UNESCO World Heritage status in 1979. Located approximately halfway between capital city Zagreb and Split on the coast, the lakes are a definite must see in Croatia.



Weekly schedule

15.4.-1.6. Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday

2.6-1.10. Every day

2.10.-14.10 Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday

Departure time


Departure point

Golden Gate / North entrance of the Diocletian Palace *Near the big black statue of Gregory of Nin – Look for a blue umbrella


Adult: 56€/400kn, children (0-14): 56€/400kn



Plitvice lakes tour from Split is a perfect tour for all staying in Split and trying to take in the most of their holiday in Croatia. Plitvice National Park was founded in 1949 and became famous during the 1960s and 1970s through several Western film productions of Karl May novels. Many scenes have been shot at the lakes or waterfalls. The particular geographic position of the Plitvice Lakes and the specific climate features contributed to the emergence of many natural phenomena and a rich biodiversity within this area. Despite the vicinity of the Mediterranean, a moderate mountainous climate prevails due to the Velebit mountain range, which acts as a climatic separator between the coastal and continental region. For centuries, legends have been created about these mythical lakes, rivers, and waterfalls. According to one particular legend, inhabitants of this region were craving for water and thus called upon the magic queen to help them, which she did. This is the reason why Plitvice lakes have emerged. The availability of water has a great impact on the biodiversity of this area. The afforested mountain slopes serve as water reservoirs and as a refuge for many animal species. The wider area of the national park is one of the last areas in Europe, in which a great number of wolves and brown bears can be found. As a whole, there exist about 50 species of mammals. Also, 321 different species of butterflies have been discovered. Go beyond textbooks, explore the bypaths and untrodden depths of Plitvice and tell the world the glories of your journey.


  • Licensed English-speaking guide
  • Transport by air-conditioned bus
  • Panoramic train
  • Electric boat ride
  • Free time for lunch on the way back to Split
  • Tourist insurance and VAT


Entrance fees*

July & August: Adults: 250 kuna | Student (with student ID): 160 kuna | Children (7-18): 110 kuna *Children (under 7 yrs old): FREE

April – June & September – October: Adults: 150 kuna | Student (with student ID): 100 kuna | Children (7-18): 80 kuna *Children (under 7 yrs old): FREE

 Additional info

  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
  • Comfortable walking shoes are recommended
  • Due to unpredictable weather (May, June, September, October) we recommend bringing collapsible umbrella or raincoat.
  • Bring some snacks and water.

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