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Krka National Park

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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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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
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Skradin, 22000, Croatia
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All reviews the bus skradinski buk boat ride day trip the river roski slap beautiful place swimming area main waterfall entrance fee high season natural beauty ticket office water shoes avoid the crowds big waterfall long walk
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Reviewed yesterday

The violets welcomed us as we started our walk with a local guide. There is so much history, water mills, old hydro electric power plant. The two hour walking trail was lovely with educational panels that provided detailed information. Fishing is allowed at special places...More

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Reviewed yesterday

The water falls themselves are a nice sight. The Park is beautiful and decently well maintained. The amount of people in the park makes you kind of feel like sheep marching through. Swimming was almost impossible if you weren't in a group where someone could...More

Thank Ryan S
Reviewed yesterday

We travelled to the park on the service bus from Zadar to Skradin (a pretty little spot in itself with plenty of bars and restaurants). Didn't quite know what to expect until we'd beento the ticket office, but given the choice of boat or walk...More

Thank Davidanddeirdre
Reviewed yesterday

If I had to choose between Krka and Plitvice, I would go against the popular choice and actually recommend Krka National Park. The park was a lot less crowded, the walk was easier and there seemed to be a lot more of a water flow...More

Thank Dinesh R
Reviewed yesterday

This was my favourite place on our short visit to Croatia. Water tries to find it's way down so in every direction you look there are little streams and waterfalls. At the bottom are the big falls which are a photographers dream. Nature at it's...More

Thank Travis B
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Went to this park in October thinking it would be quieter. No such luck.People pushing and skipping the queue to get on the boat. From the start we felt we were been led into a tourist trap. The paths you have through on entering the...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Lovely park but very dissapointed at not being able to go swimming in them, apparently you can't swim from October onwards, none of the tours state this though

Thank Karen P
Reviewed 1 week ago

I don't think I have been somewhere with so much stunningly natural beauty. Initially we were sent the wrong way by the information point but this didn't have an impact at all! The price was around £13pp and this included the boat shuttle to the...More

2  Thank Ben11522
Reviewed 1 week ago

A highlight of our trip to Croatia. A robust walk/hike around the park reveling fantastic waterfalls and beautiful nature. Even the snacks available at the halfway point were tasty (loved that chicken sandwich!). The bathroom at this same spot were managed and clean (requiring a...More

Thank BonnieG2002
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Unfortunately we only had about 3 hrs to visit this beautiful park. We parked at the lozovac entrance and walked downhill for about 8-10 minutes to reach the water area. It is quite stone and rough so wear good footwear. You can also take a...More

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Chris S
7 September 2018|
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Response from Jon R | Reviewed this property |
We drove to Lozovac, its signposted from Sebenik but my sat nav got me right there. - You can park right there for free and get a bus down (It does cost for the bus) or you can walk for free but its steep on the way back. If... More
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28 August 2018|
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Response from Tryitoutman | Reviewed this property |
No it’s free to visit. However you can buy maps at the booth and halfway through, there is a clearing area with restaurants, refreshments and a few souvenir shops.
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