Croatia is home to ten nature parks and eight national parks. A famous natural tourist destination in the country, Plitvice lakes, is indeed one of the most beautiful places on earth. However, if you’re planning to visit Croatian seaside this Summer, make sure to visit Krka National Park, situated on the Krka river, halfway between Split and Zadar and north of Šibenik. We already talked about the cool things to do in Split, but if you want to explore Croatia’s nature, head to Krka.
Krka waterfalls attract thousands of people per day in the season. So, the national park management had to limit the number of people to be less than 10,000 during the Summer months. If you happen to be the 10,001st visitor, you’ll have to wait at the entrance.
Krka river and the surrounding porous rocks made gorgeous scenery that consists of numerous lakes and caverns, as well as different types of small ecosystems. Now, let’s see what you can see in this place full of natural beauty and how to get there.Continue reading “A Visitor’s Guide to Krka National Park”