The awe-inspiring Krka National Park and Plitvice Lakes are Croatian National Parks that need to be on every travellers list - and here are the photos to prove it!
Krka National Park
Krka National Park has recently emerged as a must-see destination when visiting Croatia- and it isn’t difficult to see why!
The National Park is built on porous rock foundations that make it easy for the river to carve the incredible caverns and lakes that attract people to this famous site!
Complete with lakes, waterfalls. walking trails, a traditional Croatian village and an abundance of flora and fauna, Krka National Park is arguably one of the most beautiful National Parks in Eastern Europe!
The famous Skradinski Buk falls are one of Croatia’s most popular sights, enticing people for a refreshing dip during the hot summer months.
This natural spectacle is a collection of 17 waterfalls ranging as high as 45 meters and cascading down into the pool of fresh, clear water below.
Krka National Park is easily accessible from Split and can be visited on Sail Croatia’s Hideout Festival Cruise!
The first Croatian National Park to be recognised by UNESCO and the largest in all of Croatia, Plitvice Lakes sure is a destination to tick off your list next summer!
The park spans over a vast area and is made up of 16 terraced lakes lined with boardwalks and paths, perfect to spend a few hours exploring on foot.
Although home to numerous waterfalls, the most famous would have to be the parks Roski Slap or ‘the great waterfall’ that cascades down a 78 meter high rock face into the lake below! Hike to the top of this natural phenomenon and experience the sheer force behind this incredible body of water!
Breathtaking in all seasons, the National Park attracts nature lovers from all over the world who come to marvel at the turquoise lakes, caves, waterfalls and dense forest surrounding the area.