Croatia’s popularity is ever increasing, with its abundance of islands, crystal clear waters and interesting history attracting travellers from all over the world. There is a new breed of traveller emerging however, those that seek to get off the well worn tourist trail and get in touch with nature!
Croatia is emerging as the perfect destination to do so, boasting eight national parks and 11 nature reserves, attracting tourists from all over the world to marvel at its natural splendour!
The most famous National Parks, Plitvice Lakes and Krka National Park are now having to share the spotlight as their equally beautiful, but not so famous fellow National Parks begin to emerge into the international spotlight.
Mountaineers, wildlife experts, nature lovers and even the humble backpacker are flocking to Croatia, the jewel in the crown of the Balkans, to soak up the abundance of natural beauty on offer.
Each National Park provides a different landscape and adventure level, meaning there is something for everyone from the nature lover, to the thrill seeking mountain climber.
If you are after lush rainforest, incredible hiking trails, rare wildlife, impressive lakes, cascading waterfalls and everything in between, you’re bound to find it all and so much more in Croatia!
Med Experience have put together this infographic, providing you with a visual guide to the National Parks in Croatia.