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Located in Central Dalmatia, the Krka National Park is one of Croatia's most beautiful and popular national parks. The park is a stunning biome of cascading waterfalls, landscapes, flora, and fauna. You can also indulge in a plethora of outdoor activities, such as hiking, swimming, and boating, at the Krka National Park.
Here is everything you need to know about this beautiful park in Croatia.
Waterfalls: Krka National Park is famous for its 7 waterfalls, especially Skradinski Buk- the biggest and most stunning.
Hiking Trails: The Park has several hiking trails that offer stunning views of the waterfalls and landscape.
Krka Monastery: The Monastery in the Park in Croatia is among the most significant Serbian Orthodox monasteries.
Boat Tours: You can take a boat tour of the Park and see all the waterfalls from a different perspective.
Flora and Fauna: The Park has diverse flora and fauna, with 860 species of plants, 211 species of birds, 18 species of fish, and 175 species of animals.
Swimming and Water Sports: Enjoy boat tours, canoeing, kayaking, and swimming, in the crystal-clear waters of Krka.
Cruise along the stunning Croatian coast, immerse yourself in the park's tranquil lakes and waterfalls and discover the historic Jaruga Hydroelectric power plant. Experience local culture at an eco-village and an Ethno Museum, and indulge in a delightful twist with optional wine or olive oil tasting at a local winery or homestead.
Immerse yourself in the beauty of Krka Waterfalls National Park, one of Croatia's finest gems. Delight in the park's history and breathtaking scenery. Dive into waterfall pools for a refreshing experience, and choose to indulge in a delightful wine-tasting tour. Stroll through Primosten's medieval streets and savor every moment.
Discover Nature's Oasis on your trip to Krka National Park from Split. Meander down the Krka River, bask in the enchanting waters, and explore the park's wonders at your own pace. Your expert guides will ensure you make the most of your day, providing tips and arranging tickets. Get mesmerized by herbal and animal species, and uncover picture-perfect views around every corner.
Manojlovac is the tallest waterfall at Krka and is considered to be the loveliest waterfall on the Krka River. It is 59.6 m high, 500 m long, and 80 – 100 m wide.
The Roški Slap is a 650m-long beautiful stretch of the Krka River, starting with shallow steps and continuing in a series of branches and islets to become 23m-high gushing cascades.
Skradinski Buk is a collection of 17 cascading waterfalls with a total drop of 45m. It is a famous attraction and a uniquely breathtaking waterfall landscape of Krka National Park.
The Ethno Village at the Krka National Park showcases traditional rural life in the area, with authentic buildings, workshops, and crafts on display. It is located near the Skradinski Waterfall.
The plant, one of the oldest hydroelectric power plants in Europe, was built in 1905. The power plant has two turbines and is an important part of Croatia’s electricity grid.
It is a beautiful hilltop town on the small peninsula of St. George’s church. Bike through its beaches, walk the seawall loop, decipher the old town labyrinth, and pursue wineries for local wine.
The National Park opens at 8 AM but the closing time ranges between 5 PM and 8 PM depending on the month.
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The peak season for visiting Krka National Park and its waterfalls is July and August, which means a busy park and higher entrance fees. If you prefer fewer crowds, it’s best to avoid the peak season and plan your visit during May, June, September, October, or the winter months. June and September are also ideal months to visit Krka for the weather.
You can easily buy Krka National Park Tickets online. Purchasing tickets online helps you plan your trip and choose a date and time that best suits you.
Children between the ages of 3 and 14 and students can enjoy discounted tickets.
The best way to reach the Krka National Park is by taxi or car. You can also take the bus from Split and travel to Skradin.
You can store your luggage in the storage facilities at the Skradin entrance and the Lozovac entrance. You can also deposit your belongings in lockers that are available at the Skradin entrance.
There are lots of restaurants and cafes at the Krka National Park.
You can spend your entire day at Krka National Park.
Pets are allowed at the Krka National Park but you have to adhere to certain rules and restrictions regarding pets at the park. For example, pets must always be kept on a leash and pets are not allowed to disturb the wildlife in the park.
Yes, you can click pictures at the Krka National Park.
You can find visitor centers, toilets, restaurants, cafes, and lots of other facilities at the Krka National Park.
The Krka National Park is wheelchair accessible. There are paved paths, shuttle buses, special parking areas, and accessible toilets at the park. You can even rent wheelchairs at the park for a small fee.