We have prepared many private day excursions for all of you who enjoy the natural beauty of Croatia.
Many nature lovers come to Croatia precisely because of national parks. There are 8 national parks in Croatia; Plitvice Lakes, Krka, Mljet, Paklenica, North Velebit, Risnjak, Kornati islands, and Brijuni.
Let’s ‘place’ national parks on Croatia’s map, starting from the north, Istria.
Brijuni is an archipelago near Pula, which is also a fascinating zoo. You will see many exciting animals and the summer house where former Yugoslav President Tito usually spent his summer holidays.
Risnjak is next in line if we go south – not far from Rijeka and Kvarner, a green paradise of wonderful nature.
The must-see Plitvice Lakes can thank today’s look to one of the world’s most famous innovators Croat Nikola Tesla. The great lover of nature didn’t allow that beautiful Plitvice waterfalls with their incredible water power to serve man in any other way except for its beauty.
The powerful and mighty Velebit is the next jewel of Croatian national parks.
Apart from its divine nature, the Krka National Park delights with its archeological sites on the upper course of the Krka River, such as Burnum, or the famous Skradin and the islet of Visovac.
The Zadar hinterland hides the Paklenica National Park, which attracts nature lovers like hikers and climbers to its rocky region of exceptional beauty.
In the Zadar archipelago – opposite the island of Murter, the Kornati National Park is proudly scattered. The Kornati islands are mostly uninhabited, but they are an unavoidable place for all boaters who are privileged users of this paradise on earth.
Mljet is a natural miracle, which has two lakes in the middle of the island. They used to be freshwater, but they are no longer, although they are warmer than the sea surrounding the island of Mljet – a national park.
We provide shore excursions (if you are on the cruise ship) from Dubrovnik, Split, Zadar, Opatija, or any other port to some national parks, so find the tour you like the most.