Everyone knows of Plitvice lakes, but Krka national park is also one you don’t want to miss. We’ll let you know a little secret right away – you can swim in Krka National Park, which you can’t do in Plitvice.
Krka National Park lies within Šibenik-Knin County, and covers a total area of 109 km². The most visited sites are Skradinski buk and Visovac island.
Skradinski buk waterfall is the longest waterfall on the Krka River. As we said earlier, you can swim beneath its waterfall and admire its beauty while at the same time refreshing your body and soul.
Visovac island is among Croatia’s most valuable natural and cultural values. The Franciscan Monastery of Our Lady of Mercy and the Church of Our Lady of Visovac have stood here since 1445. It is really well preserved and has a rich archeological collection as well as a large library.
The nature there is really great with more than 800 species which you should definitely take a photo of and share it with your followers with RoamFree Ninja.
How to get there?
Make your way to Šibenik first and then travel on to Skradin and Krka National Park, in Šibenik there are often buses that will take you there, just check the timetable at the bus station.
Ticket prices vary during the year and for various entrances so it’s best to check them out at http://www.np-krka.hr/
To fully enjoy Krka National Park, don’t forget to book your RoamFree Ninja 😉