Plitvice National Park is Croatia’s first and most famous park. Created in 1949 and added to the UNESCO’s World Heritage list in 1979, Plitivice is reknowned for its abundent waterfalls and lakes, astonishing crystal clear colors and breathtaking beauty. The park is divided into the lower lakes and the upper lakes. The lower lakes hosts the largest waterfall in the park and the most amazing, insanely turquoise colored lakes I have ever seen. We only had time for a small portion of the upper lakes, but I’m told the upper lakes contain many more waterfalls. See for yourself.
The Lower Lakes
When we got to this viewpoint, I went a little camera crazy.
The Upper Lakes