Considering that the our trip began with a rainy, storm ridden start, Croatia started to bring out her best as each day passed by, nearing the end of the entire trip. I kept anticipating the next “OMG” moment and Annie was still saying “wow” each time we reached a new location.
How was it even possible for Croatia to get any more beautiful as we uncovered new territories?
After leaving Vrulje Marina, we headed towards an area of Kornati National Park and Croatia that has a sad story to it. Despite it’s undoubtedly unspoiled beauty, we pass by where 12 firefighters lost their lives in 2007 due to a deadly fire that broke out.
After some time jumping in and out of the sea, we head toward Levrnaka, a part of Kornati National Park that I fall deeply in love with. The waters are crystal clear turquoise and Konoba Levrnaka where we end up having lunch becomes the best restaurant we dine in.
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We sail past The Tajer lighthouse that was built in 1876 and still operates as a hotel, how cool would it be to stay here the night?
By the late afternoon we stop by Lake “Mir” which is located in the southwestern part of Nature Park Telašćica on Dugi Otok. Since mother nature is out in full force and practically showing off, our images and drone footage of the Nature Park are various hues of blue and green.
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** This post and press trip is in collaboration with The National Tourism Board of Croatia. All views, observations and opinions are my own. **0