Transfers and day excursion from Zadar to National park Krka
Visit one of the most beautiful national park in country and enjoy the beautiful nature with waterfalls. Over 800 Plantlife species have been identified as being present in the National Park. Much of the wildlife lives, no surprise, and around the waters of the river Krka, which is home to a variety of amphibians and reptiles creatures. You will also be able to see many different species of birds (there are more than 200), and perhaps some of the 18 different species of bats that call the park their home. The largest waterfall is Skradinski Buk, which is 45 meters high and has 17 small waterfall and provides a unique experience that will leave you breathless.
National Park “Krka” is located in the area of the county and covers an area of 109 square kilometers of the most beautiful river Krka and the lower river Čikola.
The National Park is a spacious, largely unchanged region of exceptional and multifaceted natural value, and includes one or more preserved or insignificantly altered ecosystems. It is intended primarily for scientific, cultural, educational, recreational, and because there are visitors and tourist activities.
The river Krka is 72.5 km in length, 22 rivers in Croatia. It rises at the foot of the mountain Dinara, 3.5 km northeast of Knin. With seven waterfalls and a total drop of 224 m, Krka is a natural phenomenon. Travertine Krka waterfalls are the fundamental phenomenon of this river.
Already in the mid-20th century recognized the need to legally protect the river Krka and its due to the exceptional natural values that should be preserved. The initiative to designate the river Krka national park started in 1971, when the spatial plan that bore the name of the National Park “Krka”: area development plan. The area of the old Croatian fortresses of wear and Nečven to Sibenik Bridge, including three and a half kilometers of the river Čikola, the total area of 142 square kilometers, SR Croatian Parliament on January 24, 1985 declared a national park. Due to the four urban sites (Skradin, Bilice, Raslina and Zaton), construction of the Zagreb – Split and the development of tourism and other economic activities in the area, the Croatian Parliament the Law on amendments to the declaration of the National Park “Krka” in 1997, revise the boundaries of the Park . The southern border of the park was moved upriver to the Skradin Bridge and north almost to Knin. The boundary of the National Park “Krka” stretches 50 km along the upper and middle reaches of the river Krka (two kilometers downstream from Knin till Skradin) and lower Čikole (covering the mouth and 3.5 km of the canyon of the river), the area of the towns of Knin, Drnis, Skradin and Sibenik and municipalities Ervenik, Kistanje and Promina.
National park “Krka” managed public institution under the Ministry of Environment and Nature Protection of Croatia. The activity of the Foundation include the protection, maintenance and promotion of the National Park in order to protect and maintain the authenticity of natural resources and control over the implementation of the conditions and measures for the protection of nature in a protected area.