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Krka National Park, Skradin

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Packed with waterfalls, riverside trails, and vegetation, Krka National Park represents one of the Croatia's foremost protected areas. Explore the national park's network of trails that crisscrosses its rugged terrain, then go for a dip in the pools surrounding the many waterfalls--the tallest of which rises to 27 m (89 ft) and cascades down multiple levels to the pool below. The park covers nearly the entire length of the river, giving you a view of the water almost wherever you go and allowing you to spot some of the many fish, birds, and reptiles that call the area home. Be sure to stop by the series of Orthodox monasteries, some from the 15th century, that dot the riverbank and islets within the park. Before you head to Skradin, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Skradin travel route planner, to make sure you see all that Skradin has to offer, including Krka National Park.
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  • Fantastic family trip. Went on 12/15 so it was fairly empty - which was the best! Plitvice was crazy packed in July when we went so coming to Krka in December was perfect. Gorgeous sites. We wish... 
    Fantastic family trip. Went on 12/15 so it was fairly empty - which was the best! Plitvice was crazy packed in July when we went so coming to Krka in December was perfect. Gorgeous sites. We wish...  more »
  • Wonderfull nature and great to walk around. Nice pathways help to walk around. Very nice to take pictures and sit and rest. It was nice and not too many people.....out of the season. 
    Wonderfull nature and great to walk around. Nice pathways help to walk around. Very nice to take pictures and sit and rest. It was nice and not too many people.....out of the season.  more »
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  • Very beautiful spot. Easy walking as most of the trails are boardwalks. You can no longer swim there, but that's ok because the water is very cold. There are kiosks to get food and drinks and spots to buy general Croatian souvenirs. Feels more like a VERY beautiful park than a National Park like we think of in the US. Took the boat out which was lovely. Only needed about 4 to 5 hours there and that is taking it very slow.
  • Easy to reach by bus from Zadar or Split, you can also reach it by private transport. There is a large car park nearby and the route from there as well as from the main road to the ticket office is clearly signposted. You will have different ticket options, but if you are short on time or have difficulty walking, I would recommend choosing the taxi boat option. It is possible to walk from the ticket office to the national park itself, but the walk will definitely be more than an hour. The boat trip is well arranged, goes both there and back at fixed times and you can already enjoy a beautiful view on the way to the national park. On the boat itself you have the option to sit below deck (covered) or on the terrace on top of the boat. The ticket prices are normal and you can stay in the park all day long.

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