Krka National Park is a national park in Croatia, named after the river Krka that it encloses. It has some of the most spellbinding landscapes in Croatia with canyons, gorges, lakes and rapids marking the progress of the Krka river.
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There are 5 main entrances to the Krka National Park. Most popular entrances are the ones from – Lozovac and Skradin
Routes: Sibenik – Tromilja – Lozovac
or Knin – Drnis – Tromilja – Lozovac.
At the Lozovac entrance you can drive to the ethno village inside of the park. Walking alond the wooden path of the ethno village will take you around 2 to 3 hours to go around.
Parking can be easily found close to the centre of the town. Then you need to take a boat ride to the national park.
|Onward Boat Timing||~ Every hour(as and when there are enough passengers)|
|Return Boat Timing||Every 30 mins|
|Closing Time||5:30 PM|
|Travel Time||~25 mins|
Alternately, you can reach Skradin by boat from Sibenik.
Route: Saint Joseph channel – Lake Prukljan – Skradin
Travel Time: ~1.5 hours
Cost: 300 kn including the park entrance fee
Entrance Fee to the Park
|Nov – Jan||Mar-May and Oct||Jun – Sep|
|Adult||30.00 kn||80.00 kn||95.00 kn|
|Child (7 to 14 years)||20.00 kn||60.00 kn||70.00 kn|
|School Excursion||20.00 kn||30.00 kn||35.00 kn|
|Child below 7 years||FREE||FREE||FREE|
Photo Courtesy: Sergiu Bacioiu