Founded with the aim of preserving the exceptional natural and cultural-historical features of the Krka River, the Krka National Park is home to the unique travertine waterfalls and other valuable geomorphological and hydrological structures, as well as the landscapes that will leave you breathless. Situated in southern Croatia, within Šibenik-Knin county, the Krka National Park includes the Krka river and the lower course of the Čikola river. The area was proclaimed the national park in 1985 due to the beauty of the karst river, the distinctiveness of its natural phenomena and its cultural and historical monuments. Krka National Park is open for visitors all year round, and can be toured by water, by road or by foot on our many hiking trails, the only condition being that you abide by our environmental protection rules.