On The Wooden Trails Of
This Croatian National Park is located in the middle of the country, in an area of great natural value. Wooden boardwalks guide you through its turquoise rivers and graceful waterfalls. As one of a few national parks, it allows visitors to dip into its waters on hot days so don’t forget to pack your swimming costume.
Krka National Park is located in the Dalmatia region only a few kilometres from the city of Šibenik. The park is mostly known for its cascading waterfalls and untouched nature that is home to several endemic species. Prices for a visit start at 200 kunas throughout the day and drop as low as 145 kunas in the evening which can also be beneficial to avoid usual crowds and hot air.
Touch Of Nature
Wooden bridges lined among trees and cascading waterfalls take you on an hour trip to nature. There are also regular boat trips available on adjacent lakes. The best time to visit the park is before dusk to avoid the usual crowds and hot afternoon air.
Under The Waterfall
Krka’s largest waterfall is the main place of interest. It consists of multiple sets of a total height of 47 m and is one of the best-known Croatian natural landmarks. Nearby, you can see the remains of the very first hydroelectric power plant in Croatia.