Plitvice Lakes National Park
Croatia is home to 8 beautiful national parks, all waiting to be explored. One of the most famous and most visited national parks is Plitvice Lakes in central Croatia. This is one of the oldest and largest national parks in Croatia and was added to the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1979. The park is 295 square kilometres and has 16 natural lakes for you to see, with a range of streams, waterfalls and cascades. Plitvice Lakes is also home to an array of wildlife, including brown bears, lizards, hedgehogs and deer.
You can visit Plitvice Lakes on our 10-Night Zagreb, Plitvice Lakes & Split Cruise.
Mljet National Park
Mljet National Park is situated on the island of Mljet and covers the entire north-west part of the island. Inside the park, you will find two saltwater lakes – Malo Jezero (Little Lake) and Veliko Jezero (Big Lake). In the middle of the large lake is a small islet called St Mary’s Island, where a former Benedictine Monastery has now been turned into a café for tourists. Mljet National Park has plenty of fun activities for all to enjoy, from cycling, swimming or kayaking around the lakes.
Explore the beautiful Mljet National Park on our 7-Night Split to Dubrovnik Superior Cruise
Krka National Park
Krka National Park is named after the river Krka which is enclosed in the park. The park is located in Central Dalmatia and is one of the best-known attractions in Croatia. You will find seven incredible waterfalls at the park, including the impressive Skradinski buk. The park also has great hiking trails for guests to explore and visitors can take a boat trip along the river or go for swim near the waterfalls.
Our 7-Night Dubrovnik to Split Deluxe Cruises includes a stop at the iconic Krka National Park.