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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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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
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
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
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
After spending the previous day in Plitvice we made the much shorter trip to Krka. It’s much warmer and although there were still many people, it felt a lot less busy.
We chose to park at the Lozovac entrance, which was easy and free, rather...More
We went to see the park based on seeing the falls on the internet sites. We were so amazed by how much more there was than expected. The entire pathway down kept surprising us with continuously changing views of the river and it's myriad of...More
Once we visited that place some 17 years ago for the first time we felt totally at peace. Only nature, silence and fresh water gashing down the waterfalls. This time the water was still gashing down but shiploads of tourists give that place a different...More
I went to Krka National Park with my husband and 3 adult children. We took a hired car and then walked through the park with a tour guide (guide not necessary to enjoy park, but helpful for history, etc)
The park has a wooden walk...More
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
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 you have young kids or cant do the steep walk I'd get the bus.
As far where to stay, maybe Sebenik which has a lovely old town, well worth a visit.