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Lozovac to Krka National Park Tours

Explore Krka National Park from Lozovac. Witness breathtaking waterfalls and diverse wildlife. Dive into nature with our Krka National Park Tours.

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Lozovac to Krka National Park Tours


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Lozovac to Krka National Park Tours Guide

Encompassing 109 square kilometres, Krka National Park is a pristine natural reserve in Croatia's Šibenik-Knin county renowned for its cascading waterfalls, lush greenery, and diverse wildlife. It centres around the Krka River, two-thirds of which is enclosed within the national park. The river carves through a stunning limestone landscape, forming a series of waterfalls, the most famous of which is Skradinski Buk. Here is a guide to the best Krka National Park ticket options, what to see, and more.
  • Best suited for: Vistors who prefer an in-depth and well-organized tour with expert guidance.
  • Duration: 6-8 hours
Gain a comprehensive and personalized experience of Krka National Park with a knowledgeable guide who will offer in-depth insights into all the attractions and the historical background of the park. Some tours also offer an optional wine or olive oil tasting, which allows you to immerse yourself in the culture of this region.

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  • Best suited for: Small groups or families with children who prefer a hassle-free experience and a day in nature.
  • Duration: 5-6 hours
Immerse yourself in the breathtaking natural beauty of Krka Waterfalls National Park. See the tranquil lakes and waterfalls, and have a refreshing swimming experience in the river. If you take a guided tour, you will be accompanied by a professional guide who will give you lots of information about the culture and history of the region.

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  • Best suited for: Travellers who want to explore at their own pace, or those who have their own transportation
  • Duration: 3-4 hours
Spend a day soaking in the tranquil atmosphere of Krka National Park and its stunning waterfalls and river, which are must-see attractions. Explore its monasteries and historical sites at your own pace and convenience.

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The Full-Day Guided Tour of Krka National Park with Boat Ride & Wine Tasting or Olive Oil Tasting is perfect for you if you're looking for a full tour. Learn all about the national park and its historical and cultural significance through an expert local guide.
With the Full-Day Trip to Krka National Park from Split with Boat Ride & Swimming, you can indulge yourself in the delightful scenery and explore the park's natural wonders.
Book your Entry Tickets to Krka National Park to make the most of your day and explore the park at your own pace by foot, bus or boat.
The opening hours for Krka National Park vary depending on the month and the season. Many of the different attractions within the national park have their own timings.
Timings for Skradinski buk, Roški slap, and Krka Eco Campus in Puljane:
November to February: 9 AM to 4 PM
March: 9 AM to 5 PM
April: 8 AM to 6 PM
May: 8 AM to 7 PM
June to August: 8 AM to 8 PM
September: 8 AM to 7 PM
1st to 15th October: 8 AM to 6 PM
16th to 31st October: 9 AM to 5 PM
Timings for Burnum amphitheatre and Krka Monastery/Kistanje:
November to February: Closed
April to June: 10 AM to 6 PM
July and August: 8 AM to 8 PM
September to 15th October: 10 AM to 6 PM
16th to 31st October: 10 AM to 5 PM
Special timings: On 24th and 31st December, the park is open from 9 AM to 12 noon.
Duration of Visit: 3-6 hours
When is Krka National Park closed?
Krka National Park is open to visitors throughout the year except on 25th and 26th December.
When is the best time to visit Krka National Park?
The best months to visit the national park are April, May, September, and October. The weather is comfortable at these times of the year, and crowds are lesser as compared to the peak summer months.
Address: Trg Ivana Pavla II. br. 5, 22000 Šibenik, Croatia
Getting there:
  • By Bus: There are frequent intercity buses from Sibenik, Zadar, and Split, as well as buses within the Sibenik region.
    Nearest bus stop: There are bus stops near the Skradin and Lozovac entrances.
  • By Car: Krka National Park is located close to the A1 motorway, so it is easily accessible by car from many places in Croatia.
    Distance from Sibenik to Lozovac Entrance: 13-14 km
    Distance from Zadar Airport to Lozovac Entrance: 65 km
    Distance from Split Airport to Lozovac Entrance: 57 km
    Nearest parking: There is ample free parking for visitors at the Lozovac Entrance of the national park.
There are five main entrances to Krka National Park, from which visitors can access the various localities and attractions:
  • Lozovac
  • Skradin
  • Roški slap waterfall/Laškovica
  • Burnum/Puljane
  • Kistanje/Krka monastery
  • Wheelchair access: While some areas of the national park, such as some walking trails, might be accessible by wheelchair, the terrain and layout of the park is generally unsuitable to wheelchair users. People with mobility issues have better accessibility but will require assistance while ascending and descending in certain areas.
  • Pets: Visitors’ dogs are allowed inside the national park, but they have to be on the leas and accompanied by their owners at all times. Dogs are not allowed on Visovac Island nor inside Krka monastery.
  • Photography & videography: Visitors can take pictures and videos inside the national park for personal use. Prior permission is required if you want to film or photograph for promotional purposes. Visitors are not permitted to use drones inside the national park.
  • Swimming: Visitors are allowed to swim only in designated areas of the national park at Roški slap, Stinice and Pisak. Swimming is permitted from 1 June to 30 September.

Skradinski Buk Waterfall

The Skradinski buk waterfall, one of Krka National Park’s most unusual and beautiful attractions, is formed along the longest tufa barrier in Europe. Visitors can explore the falls via wooden walkways along a 2 kilometre walking trail. The site features preserved historic watermills, which showcase traditional milling techniques. The remnants of the Krka hydroelectric plant from 1895, one of the world's oldest hydroelectric power stations, are also visible above the falls. Skradinski buk can be accessed via the Lozovac and Skradin entrances.

Roski Slap Waterfall

Roški slap waterfall, also known as the "vast waterfall", is one of the most popular attractions within the national park. It is 650 metres long. Its most distinctive features are the 22.5 metre-high main waterfall as well as the series of small cascades known as the Necklaces. The area around these falls is particularly renowned for its rich biodiversity, with innumerable plant and animal species, including aquatic wildlife. There are certain designated areas near Roski slap where visitors are allowed to swim.

Visovac Island and Monastery

Visovac Island is a small, picturesque islet located in the middle of Visovac Lake within the national park. It is the site of the historic Visovac Franciscan Monastery, which was built in 1445. It is of historic, natural, and spiritual significance and also serves as a repository of the cultural and religious heritage of Croatia. The island is accessible by boat, and visitors can spend time in the peaceful setting, soaking up the nature and history of the place.

Krka Monastery

The Krka Monastery is a Serbian Orthodox religious site located along a bay on the Krka River. It serves as a symbol of the enduring Orthodox Christian presence in the region. Below the monastery's church, there are ancient Roman catacombs, which visitors can explore. The monastery is accessible by road from Kistanje or via the boat excursion from Roški slap. The monastery is closed for visitors during the winter months from November to March.

Oziđana pećina cave

Oziđana pećina cave is a prehistoric site located at the top of the canyon above the Roški slap waterfall. It contains remnants of human activity dating back to the early Neolithic period ca. 6000 BC and continuing to 1500 BC, making it an important archaeological site. Various artifacts, including pottery and tools, have been discovered in the cave, providing insights into the early history and culture of human settlement in the region.

Burnum amphitheatre and archaeological site

Burnum Amphitheatre is a Roman archaeological site situated within Krka National Park. It was constructed in the 1st century AD and served as a military base for Roman legions in the region. One of the most impressive features of the site is a partially restored amphitheatre which was capable of accommodating around 8,000 spectators. The site offers insights into the Roman era and military history in the area.

Where can I buy Krka National Park tickets?

You can book your Krka National Park tickets online. By purchasing tickets online, you can save time by avoiding long ticket queues and you can plan your visit as per your convenience.

How much do Krka National Park tickets cost?

Krka National Park tickets are available starting from €20.

What are the different types of Krka National Park tickets and tours?

Visitors can choose between entry tickets, guided tours, and day tours. We recommend that you purchase your tickets online and in advance so that your tour is reserved.

What are the Krka National Park timings?

The Krka National Park timings differ depending on the entrance, locality, and season. But the opening hours are generally between 8 AM and 10 AM.

Where is Krka National Park located?

Krka National Park is located in the central part of Croatia’s Dalmatia region, near the town of Sibenik.

How much time should I allocate for a visit to Krka National Park?

It takes about 4 to 5 hours to see the main waterfalls, historical sites, and other attractions at Krka National Park. But visitors can spend the whole day if they want to explore the park in depth.

Is photography allowed inside Krka National Park?

Yes, visitors can take pictures and videos inside the national park for personal use. Prior permission is required to film for promotional purposes. The use of drones is not permitted.

Is Krka National Park wheelchair accessible?

Certain trails of the national park can be accessed by wheelchair. However, most of the park is not suitable for wheelchair users. People with mobility issues will require assistance while ascending and descending in the more difficult areas of the park.

Is swimming permitted in Krka National Park?

Swimming is permitted in designated areas of the national park and during specific times only.

Is parking available for visitors at Krka National Park?

Free visitor parking is available at the Lozovac main entrance to the national park, as well as near the other entrances and localities. However, visitors who park their cars near the Skradin entrance have to pay a fee.

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