Krka is a spectacular spread of nature a short boat or bus ride from Sibenik. This forested area comes complete with seven waterfalls, islets, lakes and rapids, water mills and a couple of ancient monasteries. Niagara is the nearest comparison you could possibly make. The 800-metre-long waterfall of Skradinski buk, the picture-postcard main draw of the Krka National Park, leaves onlookers in awe with its 17-step series of cascades. Holidaymakers dip in its pure pools beneath waters crashing down from 45 metres over their heads. But this key attraction, surrounded by boardwalks for easy access, is only one of many in this most versatile and surprising of Croatia’s eight National Parks.
Check out this incredible video of Krka from time-lapse mavericks Mario Romulic and Drazen Stojci.
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