Things to Do in Sibenik-Knin County

Krka National Park, Sibenik-Knin County: Hours, Address, Krka National Park Reviews: 4/5

Krka National Park
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8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
About
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 southern-most province, which due to the local terrain forms into beautiful waterfalls. Krka river has 7 travertine barriers and a unique ecosystem.
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Mike B.
Manchester, UK13 contributions
Jan 2022 • Friends
Beautiful nature, the sound of water, relaxing, a nice day spent in the fresh air in nature. We were the day after the New Year's Eve, there was no crowd.
Written January 8, 2022
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inesh1994
Zagreb, Croatia3 contributions
Nov 2021 • Friends
One of the most famous attractions and sights of Šibenik-Knin County, the waterfalls of the river Krka, a national park, delighted me with its seven magnificent travertine waterfalls and many other natural beauties that should be seen once in a lifetime.
Written November 19, 2021
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kimba142
North Yorkshire80 contributions
Oct 2021 • Couples
The falls are beautiful when you get to them but it is confusing where to park and how to access them. Despite lots of signs when driving in it's unclear which to follow.

For the main and shorter walk go to Skradin, use the car park on the left (not right) after going over the blue bridge at the bottom of the hill. You pay on exit. Buy your ticket from the National Park office building to the right of the car park behind the play park (don't cross the bridge). Then get the boat at the allocated hourly slot from beyond. They get a surprising number of people on both sitting and standing! Once the boat arrives its clearly signposted and easy to follow 'walk this way signs' to do a circular walk and enjoy the falls.

If you don't want to get the boat you can walk about 4km to the falls by parking on the right immediately after the blue bridge just before entering Skradin.
Written October 23, 2021
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Old Pro
Seattle, WA2,416 contributions
Aug 2021 • Couples
Beautiful place but very far to drive just to see a waterfall. Spent the whole day doing it. If you're staying in Split for a few days you might want to go swimming in the lower waterfall hole
Written October 21, 2021
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dirk_kierstein1752
58 contributions
Oct 2021 • Couples
Beautiful nature for chilling and enjoyng, we paid 85kn for person for entrance and walked around about 2 ours, if you like nature and easy trails this is perfect place for you. Coffe and water was to expensive, 40kn (6euro) for small bottle of water and small coffe... but this us natiinal park and we understand that.

Would recommend Krka national park!
Written October 16, 2021
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mol1
lancs, uk215 contributions
Oct 2021
We had been advised to allow 3 hours for the experience. It depends how much time you wish to spend walking around to broad walk but 2 hours would probably be enough. The boat going out was packed so obviously everyone arrived at the same time so views of the waterfalls were crowded too. Crowds were building for the return ferry just over an hour before it’s arrival so we decided to walk back to the entrance. It’s about 4km, a pleasant, un crowded 40 min walk on a gravel track so we arrived before the again very crowded boat.
Written October 14, 2021
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Billee B
6 contributions
Oct 2021 • Couples
You need to visit here! It's absolutely stunning, offers easy walking routes (with more difficult ones), and the views are spectacular. We went in October with a bus tour from Split (much easier than trying to find public transport) and it wasn't overly busy, plenty of room and time to enjoy the settings and take photos. No litter anywhere. I was amazed.
Written October 7, 2021
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Tallboy
Cheadle, UK5 contributions
Oct 2021 • Couples
My wife and I visited KRKA National Park in 1st October 2021. We stayed at a hotel in Skradin and had a pleasant 2 mile or so walk to the park entrance. Having bought tickets online at 200kn each some weeks beforehand we were advised by the very helpful park official that in fact the fee from 1st October is 100kn per person. He even took the trouble to phone his office regarding this. He advised us that we needed to buy 2 “new” tickets at 100kn each and email the office to obtain a refund of the “old” tickets. This is what we did and I am pleased to say the office has already responded and confirmed the refund will be made on Monday. Contrary to the experience of many other travellers, I have to say the official was extremely helpful-indeed he could have just waved us through and we would have been none the wiser.
The Park itself was delightful and well worth the effort. There were no crowds and it was a very pleasant half-day activity. If you go in the height if summer I think you should expect the place to be rammed with people and scorching temperatures so it makes sense if you can to go in September or October when the crowds were light and temps of mid 20’sC
There are lots of food and drink facilities in the Park and the views are excellent although some judicious tree and bush pruning could improve these in some areas. We were just in time to take the return boat journey back into Skradin which was very pleasant and took about 20 minutes.
Overall we had an excellent experience and I am g look as I included the Park in our itinerary. .
Written October 2, 2021
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Oof K
Leiden, The Netherlands2 contributions
Sep 2021
The admission price is way over the top for what you get.

The waterfalls are beautiful thats true. But you have to shuffle across the boardwalk with hoards of people trying to get a glimpse of the waterfalls which are not only blocked by the masses but also by the forest itself.
Swimming is not allowed anymore.

We paid 1000 kunas (130 euro) for 5 people (end of september) and even the toilets are not free yet!

Not worth to go!
Written September 29, 2021
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Kate B
9 contributions
Sep 2021
We just got back from Croatia and spent a day at both KRKA and Plitvice. I'd give KRKA a 3/10 and Plitvice a 10/10. Plitvice had free bathrooms, better signage, more waterfalls close to the parking, was about 1/3 as crowded, better walking paths, better food, free parking. I couldn't believe I spent $30 a person at KRKA and then had to pay to use the bathroom. And that I spent that much and was told they didn't have a map in English - and the signage was so poor. We did go in high season, so it's probably better at other times, and cheaper. And it is closer to major Croatian cities.
Written September 20, 2021
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