Jeep Safari Plesivica | Plitvice Outdoor Croatia
Jeep Safari Plitvice

150€ Adult​

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Tour type
Active, Guided Tour
Activity Level
Group Size
min 3 - max 8
Jeep Safari Plitvice

This is our most diverse day trip in the Plitvice area. You’ll be amazed by the variety of natural wonders and stunning scenery as we share the iconic locations and best – kept secrets of the Plitvice area.

Beyond the most beautiful Croatian National Park Plitvice Lakes there is history. Great stories to be told and majestic nature to explore. Plješevica Mountain on the east side is a natural border between Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, several kilometers away from the national park with its peak of 1648m reachable with our 4×4 vehicle. The peak is not only “come and go”, but it is also the perfect spot for a picnic lunch and stunning view over Bosnia and Croatia. The big area on the peak covers underground tunnels for the ex Yugoslavian communist army

During Yugoslavia, there was a radar station covering air territories all the way to Italy and Hungary. The reason to build a radar station is one of the most sophisticated secret projects – underground military airbase Željava at the bottom of the mountain. On the way to the tunnels, we will visit the remains of the Douglas C-47 “Dakota” transport airplane, used in the II World War. During the drive, we will pass through old villages, next to rivers and waterfalls. Jeep safari Plitvice is the best way to fully enjoy the outskirts and landscape surrounding the National Park Plitvice Lakes.

Departure / Return Location
Departure Time
Please arrive by 9:45 h for a departure at 10:00 h
Return Time
Approximately 16:00 h
Not Included
What to bring? & What to wear?

What should I wear?

  • Long sleeves / jacket
  • Sport shoes

Don’t forget to bring with you:

  • ID document for border patrol
  • Prescription meds and personal stuff
  • Camera or phone
  • Small backpack for all your stuff
  • Water bottle

Jeep Safari Plitvice 







Grabovac village is the meeting and starting point.
Useful Information
Frequently asked questions
What is the minimum age for this trip?

The minimum age is 6 years accompanied by parents.

What should I wear?

We recommend bringing a light jacket, long sleeves, t-shirt, sports shoes, definitely not “flip flops” or high heels. You might want to bring your water bottle and personal stuff. Everything you don’t need during a walk you can leave in our vehicle. We recommend bringing additional cool weather clothing in April, May, September & October.

How much time/kilometers do we actually spend on this trip?

We will spend approximately 5-7h and 100km round trip.

Is there parking available?

Yes, you can park for free at a public parking place.

I am traveling solo. Can I join you on this trip?

Yes, this is also perfect for solo travelers as they can meet other travelers and get travel tips from locals. The minimum number of participants for the implementation of the arrangement is 3 people or you can join an existing group.

What should I do if I’m running late?

Our meeting time is quite strict. We do our best to be as fast as possible when checking our guests in, so if you anticipate being late please call us as early as possible to let us know.

As a courtesy to our guests who arrive on time, we will wait no longer than 30 minutes for you (i.e. If you meet at 10:00, then we will wait until 10:30 am). If we do not hear from you and our messages are not returned, we will consider your reservation as a no show and it will not be refunded or rescheduled. 

We are understanding of traffic and other issues so please communicate with us and if done so, we will do our best to reschedule you at a later time, day, week, however, everything is subject to availability and there are no guarantees. 

Are photos available?

We rent our GoPro camera for additional costs. Professional photographers are available on special requests. During the trip, you can use your smartphone or camera.

How rough is the ride?

Mostly the terrain is tarmac road through the villages, military bases, but going to the mountain peak is a gravel road, so small bumps are expected.

How is the weather?

…The temperature in the tunnels is 10 Celsius all year round. Rain is not a problem.

Can I bring any alcohol during the trip?

Yes. Domestic alcohol could be served during the trip. Have on mind abusive or drunken behavior that offends our staff or other participants will not be tolerated.

Is there any shop or restaurant on the way?

Yes, there is. Shop and restaurant area at the start/end/parking point.

How do I pay?

You can either pay by bank transfer that needs to be cleared before your ride date or Pay Pal or you can pay cash on the day. We currently do not have card facilities. Hugs are an acceptable tip (were until COVID), so are high fives and cash.