Krka national park announced today that swimming in part of skradinski buk will be now banned. Croatia gets pretty hot during the summer time so we were really happy with how cold the water was.
Krka national park can be visited at any time of the year.
Krka national park swimming. Visiting krka national park swimming in the krka waterfalls. When to go and the best time to go swimming in krka national park peak times for visiting krka national park and its waterfalls are july and august which means a busy park and higher entrance fees. The opportunity to swim in the blue green pools that collect beneath skradinski buk waterfall is what initially draws most tourists to krka national park.
The purpose of the park is primarily to serve science culture education and recreation while tourism activities have also been introduced for its visitors. Swimming at skradinski buk is permitted from 1 june to 30 september depending on the weather. Same as the plitvice lakes the krka national park is home of lush lakes and stunningly beautiful waterfalls.
Krka national park the national park is a vast and primarily unaltered area of exceptional natural value including one or more preserved or insignificantly altered ecosystems. It is most visited in summer one of the perks of visiting in summer is that you are allowed to swim in the waterfalls. Hrturizam writes that conserving and protecting natural resources and biodiversity are the main determinants of the new regulation on protecting and preserving krka national park.
The forests lakes and waterfalls of the krka national park lie an around 1 hour drive from split. To preserve such beauty the government has decided to make 2020 the last year for swimming according to dubrovnik times. Cooling down in the crystal clear emerald waterfalls during the summer heat is simply satisfying.
The warm temperatures 30 85 are perfect for swimming in krka national park but you ll be sharing the water with a lot of visitors. Then at last after about two hours of hiking and photo taking we arrived at the swimming hole. On this full day tour enjoy a hassle free transfer from split and up to five hours of free time to explore the park at your own pace.
Swimming at krka national park. January 18 2020 swimming at the famous skradinski buk will be no more as of next year. At a time when the world is facing the challenges of climate change sustainability is becoming imperative for future.
2020 will be the final year in which visitors to krka national park pictured will be able to swim in skradinski buk the largest and most popular water asset situated there. The krka national park in croatia is truly beautiful and beside the kornati island national park and the plitvice lakes one of the best national parks to visit.