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Plitvice is a spectacular natural wonderland of canyons,
lakes, and waterfalls in a mountainous region near the Bosnian border close to
where the two wings of Croatia’s boomerang shape converge. My understanding of
geology is not the most extensive, but I understand the system at Plitvice to
be 16 terraced lakes separated by natural travertine dams, over which a huge
number of waterfalls cascade. The travertine comes from a buildup of minerals
... are waterfalls between them, many appearing to flow from the ground. At some locations the water falls from crescents. The water is crystal clear. We thought water in the Caribbean was clear, but here the bottom reaches up to you. However, at least in the Caribbean, it is level where here we were constantly walking up or down; a number of miles were traversed this day. Most all of these miles were traversed without the benefit of rails. So we had folks traveling each ...
... was now or never! We headed to the Plitvice Lakes with Megan and Tim (a couple from the UK we’d met) - to see what all the fuss was about! It’s hard to really describe the beauty of the Plitvice Lakes - you will just have to go or imagine it through the photos below! The National Park itself comprises 19.5 hectares of worded hills and 16 lakes, all connected by a series of waterfalls and cascades! With all the rain ...
... that they are much cuter in the national park system than they are under my kitchen sink. Not only did I not run away screaming for my mommy to come and rescue me, but I got close enough to take a couple of pictures. Amazing what foreign travel does to a person. Don't expect this to happen in my kitchen though. We spent the last 2 nights in Opatjia, Croatia, which is just a resort town on the Adriatic. We were only there in the ...
... route enjoying the spectacular waterfalls and different coloured Lakes, getting our feet wet in some places! The journey ended with a small boat trip back to our starting point. We only had time to scratch the surface of the wonderful scenery that this National Park had to offer.