Rakovica is a village positioned in middle Croatia, by the state road D1, driving about 120 kilometres from Zagreb towards the Adriatic coast. It is a municipality with over 2600 of people living in the area. It is a place where continental Croatia shows its most beautiful features; mighty mountain Velebit had landed its feet into the green widths of Lika, intersected by blue traces of crystal waters. Rakovica is situated on the border with Lika, surrounded by a fertile soil and dense forest. Agriculture is the main economy in the area. Tourism is expanding due to the nearby National Park Plitvice lakes and the amazing beauty of the river Korana, welling from them. National Park Plitvice is an oasis of intact nature playful in all its magical skills; a system of lakes leaving anyone breathless. The canyon of river Korana is suitable for alpinism and free climbing, whilst the whole area is attractive for bike riders and hikers. Municipality Rakovica is trawled by a system of caves, intriguing both the experts and passers by. Haunting tourism is expanding due to the rich wild; hunters are leaving Rakovica with smile on their faces and trophies like bears, dears, rabbits and birds. Thus, gastronomy offer is famous of venison, prepared in traditional manner for lovers of meat and self-grown herbs. Private apartments, rooms and rural facilities are open through the whole year. Continental climate conditions bring sharp winters with lots of snow and fresh summers with no precipitations. It is a place for peaceful and refreshing holidays for all of those who desire to avoid rush and hustle, and enjoy nature in its unaltered aboriginal clothing.