After leaving Plitvice Lakes, we took the road through Slunj and headed towards Karlovac. Just prior to reaching Karlovac, we passed something interesting, so we decided to stop. It was the Croatian War of Independence Museum. If you’re driving past, it’s an interesting place to stop.
If there is ever a lake you need to visit, Plitvice Lakes is one of them. I took hundreds of photo’s, and I would love to share them all, however, I have selected a few of the best ones.
Also, as much as you’d like to swim in them, unfortunately you can’t. Also, make sure you watch out for bears during the night (see the last picture)
One of the closest campsites to Plitvice Lakes, is the campsite Korana, which is slightly north of the lakes. If it wasn’t for the lakes, I wouldn’t recommend staying here. There was absolutely nothing, as you can tell by the picture. Oh wait, they did have free WiFi as the entertainment.
These are the photo’s between Zaton Holiday Resort and Plitvice Lakes. This only took a 4.75hr drive.
It’s an eery feeling when you driving through a town that is deserted. It’s even eerier when half the buildings are piles of rubble or half built with hardly anyone in sight.
This is what you see when you drove through Smokevic. We did speak to one local when we pulled over here, but it seemed like a memory that she didn’t want to bring up.
After leaving Zemunik Donji.