BARAC CAVES

  • AT BARAĆ CAVES New badminton court opened!

    “Barać Open 20” was the name of the badminton tournament that was held yesterday on the occasion of the opening of the new court in the picnic area of Barać’s Cave. This year, the Public Institution of Barać’s Cave enriched its picnic area in Nova Kršlja with a badminton...
  • THIS FRIDAY Three new hiking trails at Barać Caves to be opened

    Three newly renovated and traced educational-recreational hiking trails, named after the large animals that live there will be opened on Friday, July 31, at 11 a.m. at Barać Caves in Rakovica, south-central Croatia. The trails named Vučja (wolf), Risja (lynx) and Medvjeđa (bear) will offer a new experience for...
  • BAT NIGHT IN RAKOVICA Late night cave tour in Barać Caves

    On Friday, August 30, the Barać Caves are hosting an event called “Bat Night – Late Night Cave Tour” to mark the 23rd International Bat Night. Traditional cave tours have been taking place for several years, and this year they will be enriched with a presentation “Researching the bats –...
  • NEW PROMO VIDEO “These are also Plitvice Valleys!”

    Did you know that in the vicinity of Plitvice you can ride a horse, drive a bicycle, explore the underground world, enjoy adrenaline sports, taste great food and get a dose of adrenaline? Yes you can, and all of this is located in this beautiful place called Plitvice Valleys,...
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    Ashley Colburn’s Video Guide for Lika

    Ashley Colburn, a two-time Emmy award winning television producer and host just released her new video called “LIKA – Ashley Colburn’s Video Guide” that takes us on a trip through Lika. She visited many locations including Plitvice Lakes National Park, Rastoke, Smiljan, Barać Caves… “Lika is a region that...
  • We had an amazing time in Barać Caves! 

    In the mid of August, your Plitvice Times team decided to visit Barać Caves, the breathtaking and one of the favorite tourist destinations near Plitvice. So close to the National Park Plitvice Lakes (15 minutes drive), it was a reasonable trip. Once we got there we were greeted by a...
  • Barać Caves

    The Barac Caves, one of the tourist favorite location, are located near the village of Nova Kršlja in Rakovica, very close to Plitvice Lakes. To this day they are a place of great cultural interest, exploration, and recreation, and every year the number of tourists increase. We suggest an amazing, almost an hour-long...
  • Four extra reasons to visit Plitvice Valleys

    1. Wonderful Barać Caves – the world down under About six kilometers east of Rakovica, not far from the Zagreb-Split highway is the location of the mesmerizing Baracs Caves. In the village of Nova Kršlja is the entrance to the three caves, and they are especially attractive to tourists...
  • There were leopards and lions at Plitvice Lakes?!?

    In the underworld of amazing Barac Caves scientists discovered many fossil remains that are quite shocking. Why? Well, when they dug deep enough right here in Plitvice area they found fragments of animal bones and teeth that belonged to cave hay, wolf, fox, leopard, wild cats, honeysuckle, beetle, alpine...