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The simpliest way to make best of Krka Tour

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What is the simplest way to make the best of Krka Tour? How to discover as many beauties of this national park as possible in a short time? Read Now!

What to see and when to go

The simpliest way to make best of Krka Tour

What is the simplest way to make the best of Krka? How to discover as many beauties of this national park as possible in a short time? Many people do it in only a few hours. But, if you want to experience it properly, there is no doubt you will need a whole day. Go to Skradin, take a Boat ticket, and leave the guide to show you all she/he has in his pocket. After, take a boat to Visovac and Roski Slap. With this in mind, this could be one great afternoon.

The distance between Split and Krka National Park is 54 km. Krka National park is an amazing park but the crowds that are typical for summer can spoil the impression and enjoyment.

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When is the best time to visit Krka?

As expected, most guests want to visit the park during the summer months. As the park gets extremely crowded during July and Augustthe best time to visit Krka is in May/June and September/October.

The park will be less busy, and you will be free of paying the higher entrance fee charged during peak season. If you want to swim, we must disappoint you. After the death of tourists at the beach, the Park Administration decided to ban swimming in all parts of the Park. But don’t let that discourage you from visiting.

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After Krka Tour a Dinner is waiting for you!

You can swim anywhere, both in the sea and in the rivers around Split – when you visit Krk, enjoy a walk, fresh air, local specialties and wines, photography, and hanging out with friends. Sunbathing is allowed!

The best of Krka – places you must not omit

Skradinski Buk 

We believe that you have already heard about the most famous waterfall in the park – Skradinski Buk Falls.

This series of 17 waterfalls is spread out over a length of 800 meters and has a total drop of 45 meters. To truly appreciate the beauty of Skradinski Buk, we recommend making it your first stop in the park.

In order to preserve the beauty that took shape over two million years and give nature the time needed to restore it, the number of visitors to Skradinski Buk is limited to 10,000 at a time. Visitors who cannot enter Skradinski Buk at a certain moment are offered alternative directions.

If you arrive early you’ll be lucky enough to have the falls to yourself for a short time. If you are visiting between November and March you are able to drive down to the start of the trail, as the park is less busy during these months.

Once you’ve reached the bottom, one of the park’s walking trails will lead you on a 1,900 metre loop through some forest and down to the enchanting Skradinski buk falls. This is the moment you were waiting for! Grab your camera now and make some great photo memories.

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Skradinski Buk
Manojlovacki slap

since this waterfall is a little further than the more famous falls, it remains undiscovered for most guests. In 1875, the Austro-Hungarian Emperor Francis Joseph I and his wife Elizabeth of Bavaria visited. In memory of the emperor’s visit, in 2011 a restored memorial plaque was erected on the newly opened footpath. There is also a lookout point at the exit from the canyon, which offers a view of the Brljan waterfall and Brljansko lake. With a total drop of around 60 meters, Manojlovacki slap is the tallest waterfall in Krka National Park. The largest single drop of the falls is 32 meters. Here is the spot where you can feel the secret of nature, the energy of the water. This is the place to sit and close your eyes. Just listening. Manojlovacki slap is around a 45 kilometer drive from the Lozovac entrance. Don’t miss out on this spot.

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Manojlovacki Slap, Kistanje Village
Krka Monastery 

Around 4 kilometers from the village of Kistanje the monastery is regarded as one of the most important Serbian Orthodox sites, with its history dating back to 1345.

Guides are mandatory and it’s only possible to visit the orthodox church and the ancient Roman catacombs found beneath it. On top of this, it’s also possible to walk through the grounds down to the Krka River.

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Visovac Island

the island is home to a monastery first established in 1445.

Visovac is best appreciated from a viewpoint by the monument to Croatian King Petar Svačić.

There is no actual entrance at Visovac, as you only need to stop at the viewpoint for a few minutes to enjoy its beauty.

Burnum amphitheater

The ruins of the Roman military camp Burnum are one of Krka National Park’s less-visited spots. Home to an amphitheater, which it is believed could hold around 8,000 spectators; the site is still undergoing excavation.

The Burnum amphitheater is very close to Manojlovacki slap, so it’s worth a quick look if you’re in the area or are particularly interested in Roman history.

Roški slap 

You can’t say that you saw the best of Krka NP if you didn’t visit Roški Slap. Roški waterfall is one of the most beautiful parts of the Krka National Park and a favorite picnic spot for visitors.


This special waterfall can be reached from several sides by all who enjoy the perfection of the karst beauty of the Krka, wild vegetation, and beautiful shady rest areas. The locals long ago called the place „Ogrlica“(Necklace) because of its miraculous beauty.

Apart from being inspired by untouched nature, all generations can “trip” on Roški slap at their own pace. The souvenir shop is also in full swing, and it smells of freshly prepared food. From Roški slap, we conclude, it is impossible to leave hungry. Everyone enjoys the beauty to the fullest, and those who would, in addition, have a bite of something, will find food and drink.


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COVID 19 Information


Although the crisis caused by the coronavirus had to abandon a major European project – arranging the main entrance to the park – many others, smaller ones, continue. New vessels are being procured, strategic documents for further nature protection are being adopted, and for that purpose, a project worth almost 20 million kunas is being implemented.

 Use protective masks when staying indoors! Keep a social distance.

The area of Krka NP is under video surveillance.

The park is open!