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All reviews national park boat trip skradinski buk swimming area krka waterfalls beautiful place takes about minutes crepes toll road one way system ticket office per day rented bikes out of season natural beauty stunning scenery every hour
The waterfalls are truly magnificent. A little walking is required but well worth the walk. It was not so busy when we were there so easy to get great photos. The boat ride was really good getting too and from. Great Croatian nature experience.
Drove up from Podgaora to Sibenik & entered the Krka National Park, where we took the bus down to the Falls area (110 kuna) The journey down was about 5 mins, once down at the bust stop we proceeded around the walking track which is...More
We drove to Skradin, parked our rental car and took the cruise from the town to the Krka park (about 1/2 hour). Tickets for the cruise and park entry can be purchased in Skradin, next to the boat docks.
The walking trails in the park...More
We arrived in Skradin , parked up and walked the short distance to the reception for Krka National Park , you must purchase one ticket for entry which was 110 Kuna each, this ticket then allows you to get the taxi boat to one of...More
We started our trip at the Krka Waterfalls by taking the morning boat trip. It was a fight to get on the upper deck and luckily we were allowed to sit on the front as all seats were taken upstairs. The boats are old and...More
Smaller than Plitvice, but more spectacular falls, and you can go swimming. Wear your suit under your clothes and step into the slippery crowded pool. (Then wiggle out of your wet suit in a SEMI-secluded spot--OK--someone might see you, but who cares)
The Krka National Park is such a unique place. 7 different waterfalls, lakes, ponds, streams, winding waterways, together with the most beautiful trees and pathways. People were enjoying picnics off the beaten track, paddling in the shallow places, swimming in front of the largest waterfall....More
We drove to Krka National park from Split. The area that the apple map took us to was Skradinski buk, the largest and most popular part of the National park.
This entrance had a large free car park and a shop in case you hadn’t...More
We didn't get as much as we could out of the entry fee (about £13) because we only took the boat trip to the bottom of the main falls, bathed in the shallow pools below them and got the boat back to Skradin - but...More
we visited the waterfalls first time by boat from skradin. the boat ride was short (25min) but spectacular. then we took a walk among the lover level of the river and crossed it by wooden bridge. the view of the falls is fantastic but even...More
Hi. It is 58 km from Trogir by car . You take road E 65 from Trogir to Lozovac ( entrance to the Krka park). If you wish to go by bus you can take a day tour from Split that is 31 km from Trogir. From Split till Lozovac... More
Hi. It is 58 km from Trogir by car . You take road E 65 from Trogir to Lozovac ( entrance to the Krka park). If you wish to go by bus you can take a day tour from Split that is 31 km from Trogir. From Split till Lozovac ( Krka) you have 87 km.
I wish you a nice visit to Krka waterfalls.