The Krka National Park is a protected area in Croatia that is home to a series of beautiful waterfalls on the Krka River. The park is located in the Šibenik-Knin County, in the central Dalmatian region of Croatia.
To visit the Krka National Park, you will need to purchase an admission ticket, which can be purchased at the park’s entrance or online or you can take our private tour to Krka in which we include all. The park is open year-round, but the waterfalls are most spectacular in the summer months when there is more water flowing.
There are several trails and paths within the park that allow visitors to explore the waterfalls and surrounding landscape. The main trail leads to the Skradinski Buk waterfall, which is the largest and most popular attraction within the park. The trail is approximately 2.5 kilometers long and takes about an hour to walk. Along the way, you will pass through a series of smaller waterfalls, as well as several historical and cultural sites.
In addition to the waterfalls, the Krka National Park is home to a variety of plant and animal species, including rare and endangered species. The park is also home to several historical and cultural sites, including the Krka Monastery and theeth century Krka Monastery, which are well worth a visit.
Overall, the Krka National Park is a must-see destination for nature lovers and anyone interested in experiencing the beauty of Croatia’s natural landscape.