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Krka national park is one of the two Croatian NP’s that contain lakes and waterfalls! Situated in the middle of Šibenik-Knin county in Croatia Krka national park covers a total area of 109 km². Krka is actually a river in Dalmatia, Croatia’s...more
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The water and views are exactly what you see from the photos— it’s really quite incredible that the area has retained so much of its natural beauty over time. I took a bus with Fla Rent for a day trip it Krka, and the service...More
A must see when visiting Croatia. This National Park is absolutely spectacular and was not crowded during the time we visited (October) As you wind your way down to the falls, you are walking through the meandering trails of ponds, forest, and beautiful scenery. As...More
Krka National Park is a wonderful spot to see natural beauty. The trails and boardwalks throughout the park make it easy to walk around to view the many waterfalls from numerous angles. Definitely bring your camera and a bathing suit if you want to take...More
Visited as part of a Riviera Coach Tour. Easy walkway through the many waterfalls which flowed from every direction. The main waterfall was spectacular & flowed into a large pool area where there were many bathers. There are also some eateries & shops. A fascinating...More
We visited here on a day trip from Split. In the south of the vast park there is a unique area of water features. The Krk River flows in a deep canyon. At this point it is interrupted by a shallow area that is augmented...More
There might be taller falls in the world, like Niagara and Victoria, however Krka falls at Skradin are super because you are walking right around them and through them on a beautiful pathway. The history of the area unfolds as you go by the power...More
Took a coach tour here and was not disappointed, beautiful scenery and a nice walk to the swimming area, the water is fairly cold and the rocks make it tricky to get in to the lake but it is well worth it, there are a...More
We booked our trip on line with Booker Transfers & Tours who are centrally located in Split. Our guide was Ivan who was very informative and passionate about his home city! We were a smaller group in a mini bus transferring to a boat for...More
Our entrance was included in the tour but it's a big enough place so don't think they'll be a problem putting the entrance on a card. Not sure if you can still swim in the waterfalls in October though, might be worth... More
Our entrance was included in the tour but it's a big enough place so don't think they'll be a problem putting the entrance on a card. Not sure if you can still swim in the waterfalls in October though, might be worth checking before you go.