- Tour Plan
- Additional Info
On the day one, a bus will pick up the group in the early morning in Zagreb. After a 2.5 hour ride, you arrive to Plitvice Lakes. A nice walk around the largest and most popular National Park in Croatia, with 16 crystal clear lakes and many waterfalls provides opportunities for relaxation, amazing photos and memorable experience in any season. In 3 to 4 hours, you will see Lower Lakes, the Big Waterfall and take a short boat ride.
After the Lakes, you drive to Zadar. After a hostel check in, the sunset is planned for boat party around the town of Zadar.
Day two is reserved for an optional city tour in the morning to learn more about the ancient history of Zadar. After the tour, free time for beach, lunch etc. Return to Zagreb in the evening hours.
The final price will be between 900 HRK and 1000 HRK, depending on the final number of travellers. All the travellers will be notified on time.
- Discover why Plitvice Lakes is the most popular Croatian UNESCO Site
- Walk around the cascade system of 16 beautiful lakes and fascinating waterfalls
- Take a relaxing party boat ride in sunset
- Learn more about Zadar during the walking tour with a local guide
- Make unforgettable memories of Croatia
- Dinner and breakfast
- English speaking guide
- Modern A/C bus
- Organisation of the trip
- Party boat ride
- Plitvice Lakes National Park entrance fee
- Any additional food or drinks
- Personal expenses
- ZSEM freshman trip
- ZSEM freshman trip
More about this tour
A weekend-trip from Zagreb to the most popular national park Plitvice Lakes in Croatia and a beautiful ancient town of Zadar.
Plitvice Lakes is the oldest and largest national park in the Republic of Croatia. The park is situated in the mountainous region of Croatia, between the Mala Kapela mountain range and the Lička Plješivica mountain range. With its exceptional natural beauty, this area has always attracted nature lovers. The lake system is comprised of 16 big and several smaller lakes, cascading one into the other. Lakes were internationally recognized in 1979 with their inscription onto the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Zadar is an ancient city on the Adriatic Coast in Croatia, called Iadera in the Roman Empire period. Today it is famous for its Roman remains, Middle Age churches, modern architecture constructions like Sea Organ or Greeting to the Sun and long beaches. The Sea Organ is a unique construction made of concrete, making unusual sounds of organ instrument with natural se waves. You can sit there for hours and enjoy this interesting spot. The Greeting to the Sun is a large floor installation collecting sun rays during the days and creating amazing lights in the dark of night. Most of all, Zadar is famous for beautiful sunsets. As Hitchcock said when he visited Zadar “... nowhere in the world can a person witness a more beautiful sunset than in Zadar.”
Hostel Three Corners and Four Corners is located near the old town of Zadar, 10min walk from the main central square (Rafael Levakovic Street 1). The group will be accomodated in 4-bed and 8-bed rooms, with spacious bathrooms on every floor.
The Boat Party Sunset Session will be held on the TRN boat, with meal and drink included. Music will be provided while cruising around the Zadar peninsula for the best sunset view!
COVID-19 MEASURES: By signing up for the trip, participants agree to safety requirements as recommended by the Civil Protection Council of Croatia:
- to have and use the face masks in the bus while traveling and in the stores while shopping
- to take care of hand hygiene during the trip
- to inform the organizer before and during the trip about any symptoms that might be related to covid-19
- to be part of a homogeneous group which means the participants in the trip are treated as one and not as a group of individuals.
This might also mean limited contact with activities and places that are not included in the organization of the trip, to reduce the possibility of infection.
to have fun despite the strict rules of traveling in 2020. :)