The Plitvice national park is a natural phenomenon famous for its lakes and waterfalls. Plitvice lakes are beautiful in their own way at any time of the year. Many hold that the mood is particularly special in winter months when the lakes and waterfalls are frozen.

The Kornati national park is a unique archipelago comprised of 89 islands, small islands, and reefs. It is located at the territory of central Dalmatia, south of Zadar.

Mljet is one of the longest islands in the south Adriatic. The national park Mljet is situated on the north-western part of the island and is well-known for its Veliko and Malo jezero (Big and Small lakes).

Brijuni are islands in the west of the Istrian coast known for different animal species freely walking the islands and antiquity sites.

Krka national park is located on the northeast of Šibenik, and is, just as Plitvice, renowned for beautiful waterfalls and lakes.

Paklenica is a national park ideal for trekkers and hikers. You will find it in the southern part of the Velebit mountain, north from Zadar.

Risnjak is located in Gorski Kotar and is a true mountaineering discovery. The bigger part of the national park is actually a part of the Risnjak mountain.

Northern Velebit is the youngest Croatian national park. Various karst phenomena, as well as the flora and fauna, make some of the attractions of this unique heaven on Earth.