Krka National Park is one of the most famous national parks in the Republic of Croatia and is extremely famous for its large number of lakes and waterfalls. This natural attraction is named after the Krka River, which flows through the park itself, and is located in the Šibenik-Knin County, just a few kilometers northeast of the town of Šibenik. Krka Waterfalls were declared a national park on January 24, 1985 and is the seventh national park in Croatia. The park covers an area of 109 square kilometers and consists of 7 travertine waterfalls, which are embellished by the so-called karst phenomenon. Krka contains one of the oldest hydroelectric power plants in the world, located below Skradin Buk itself, the most famous waterfall in the park. Other larger waterfalls are Bilusica Buk, Brljanski Waterfall, Manojlovac, Rosnjak, Miljacka and Roski Waterfall. Krka Waterfalls is a place full of amenities for your visitors, whether you decide to go hiking, light walking, cycling, or just having lunch, Krka National Park is the perfect place to take advantage of the day.
Our travel agency offers countless trips that include trips to islands and national parks and land attractions. Most trips are organized by bus, however, due to the current worldwide pandemic due to COVID-19, some precautionary measures will have to be taken. Croatia is one of the safest and most free destinations that have introduced its measures quickly and on time to respond to the pandemic. The Republic of Croatia has had the most strict measures that today show incredible results when it comes to spreading the virus. The summer season will be present, it’s just important to always keep your social distance so you can enjoy your vacation. Our buses will arrange excursions in such a way that people on the bus have the required distance, however, we recommend that you choose our private Krka Waterfalls tour where you do not have to worry about such things.
The Krka National Park is open all year round and at any time of the year, it is possible to enjoy the beautiful scenery the park offers, regardless of the weather. However, the summer months, especially July and August, bring the biggest crowds due to the season and there is a high possibility that the hiking trails will be full and there will be a larger queue in restaurants. Therefore, Krka waterfalls are best visited in the pre-season and post-season. When it comes to this year’s tourist season, it is believed that special precautions will be introduced into the national park itself due to the situation with the coronavirus and that there will not be too many tourists at the heart of the season, so we recommend this private tour to everyone. Our travel agency offers you a private Krka Waterfalls from the Split tour that will take you to this natural attraction and back to Split in one day. This private tour is recommended in order to avoid possible traffic jams in tourist buses and to maintain the social distance recommended by the Crisis Staff of the Republic of Croatia. The price for this private tour for 1-4 people is 150 euros and the price for 4-8 people is 200 euros.
If you are thinking of which things to do in Split, Krka Waterfalls will be the perfect one day tour for you. Walk along the trail made from wooden planks, above the clear lakes and torrents, between the ancient trees rooted deep in the water. Feel the power of nature as you gaze at the majestic waterfalls. Explore historic watermills along the way and enjoy the unforgettable Krka Waterfalls from the Split tour, which is considered one of the best things to do in Split!
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