On my home page I told you I would show you my favorite waterfalls in Croatia.
Well, I picked over 40 of my best Krka national park photos and contained them into a three-part "photo story".
So, if you are looking for a nature experience with those fabulous waterfalls - Krka national park really would be a great choice.
It's a smaller national park - compared to Plitvice lakes for example but, that makes it ideally for a day-trip with the whole family.
To begin my "Krka travel story", these are the popular waterfalls. Visitors are allowed to swim in the Krka river, but only to a label which is where the boat is in the picture above. For your safety there is always a life guard in the boat.
Of course, there are a lot more waterfalls in the park, but they are smaller and you will see some of them on the following photos.
That's me in front of the Krka waterfalls. There's a wooden bridge over the Krka river so you have a great view onto the waterfalls...and you can take great pictures from here :-)
Zoomed photo of the waterfalls. This picture also shows the label of the protected area (you are not allowed to swim directly under the waterfalls).
The wooden bridge offers great photo motives with different angels.<
The Krka river flows through the Krka valley. You can also reach the National park with excursion boats. Do you see the two boats in the picture above?
As you can see on the photo above - there are wooden trails which guide you through the park... and keep your feet dry :-)
My girlfriend and I with greenery and water everywhere in the background.
View down the Krka river.
The main waterfalls from a trail right before you reach the wooden bridge.
After you crossed the wooden bridge you can get to this area where you will find smaller waterfalls.
The water in the Krka national park is everywhere. The nature here somehow looks like jungle, doesn't it?
One of those smaller rivers and green reeds.
I took this picture from a higher point... but you will find dozens of possibilities to take pictures or have great views onto the waterfalls.
View onto the waterfalls through those pine trees.
Smaller waterfall which seem to appear from nowhere.
Smaller water basin - the big waterfalls are just meters away (right side in the picture above).
Get ready to plunge yourself in a fulfilling travel experience!