Inside a heavily condensed forest glisten 16 crystal lakes, connected via a series of cascades and tumbling waterfalls. Rapid waters, rich with minerals, carve through rocks, depositing tufa in a million different ways. Plitvice Lakes is Croatia’s biggest national park and since 1979 it is also listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Clouds of butterflies hover over 18 kilometres of walkways and wooden footbridges as they lead you through this natural phenomenon, offering a wonderful recreation to relax your mind and spirit. After a nice stroll you will be treated to a local dining experience in a select restaurant.