Its name means “great” or “large” waterfall. Falling from a height of 78 meters (about 250 feet), this is the highest among the Plitvice waterfalls and one of the most photographed features in the national park. It is located near the end of the Lower Lakes.
This waterfall is located on the Korana River in the Novakovića brod lake in Plitvice Lakes National Park. The surrounding area in the Lower Lakes cluster has beautiful clear blue waters and can be accessed by various hiking trails.
It is situated in the Upper Lakes area of the Plitvice Lakes and it is one of the more remote waterfalls in Plitvice Lakes National Park. Due to its seclusion, there are fewer people and visitors can take great photographs here.
This waterfall, also known as Slapovi Milke Trnine, is located between Milanovac and Gavanovac lakes. It is named after the famous Croatian opera singer Milka Trnina, who donated generously towards the conservation of the Plitvice Lakes area.
Falling from a height of 28 meters (90 feet), Veliki Prstavac is the second-highest among the Plitvice Lakes waterfalls. It is located at the Galovac Lake in the Upper Lakes area. It provides one of the most spectacular views in the national park.
This is a beautiful waterfall located between the Upper Lakes and the Lower Lakes of the Plitvice Lakes National Park. It connects Kozjak Lake, which is the largest of the Plitvice lakes, and Milanovac Jezero (lake).
The Plitvice waterfalls can be found at Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia’s Lika-Senj and Karlovac counties. The national park is located at Znanstveno - stručni centar “Dr. Ivo Pevalek” | HR 53231 Plitvička Jezera.
The Plitvice waterfalls are among the most beautiful natural attractions at Plitvice Lakes National Park. They connect the 16 lakes of the park, which are formed due to the region’s unique topography and karst landscape.
Yes, you can visit the waterfalls by buying your Plitvice Lakes National Park tickets online.
You can reach Plitvice Lakes National Park by bus or by car. Once you arrive at the national park, the various Plitvice waterfalls can be accessed by walking or hiking the trails.
You can visit the Plitvice Lakes waterfalls from 8 AM to 4 PM from November to March, from 7 AM to 7 PM in April and May, between 7 AM and 8 PM from June to August, and from 7 AM to 7 PM in September and October.
The best time to visit the national park is during the months of May, June, September, and October. But the Plitvice waterfalls are spectacular throughout the year and can be visited in all seasons.
There are about 90 waterfalls in Plitvice Lakes National Park.
Veliki Slap (“Great” or “Large” waterfall) is the tallest of the Plitvice waterfalls. It is 78 metres high.
You can explore the Plitvice waterfalls while walking and hiking through Plitvice Lakes National Park. Many of the waterfalls and cascades can also be seen during the panoramic train and boat rides through the national park.