National Geographic Traveller India yesterday published an interesting article titled “Dive into the Lakes and Lore of Croatia” by author Arundhati Hazra who is chasing autumn hues inside Plitvice Lakes National Park.
“When planning a trip to Croatia with my friends, Plitvice Lakes National Park was at the top of our wishlist. The park is the country’s oldest and largest, spread over nearly 300 square kilometres. Inside, 16 lakes form an interconnected network, separated by natural barriers of tufa, or travertine, a form of limestone deposited by mineral springs. I was surprised to learn that Plitvice was a conflict zone in the early 1990s, and guns once rang out amidst the postcard-worthy landscape.”, writes Arundhati.
You can find out all about their hike if you go and read the article on Nat Geo, but what we also want to share is her last sentence.
“I declare that if my life were a succession of autumn afternoons spent looking over such gorgeous landscapes, I would not be bored, and my friends echo the thought.”
Read the full article HERE.