Krka National Park is situated in central Dalmatia. It got the name after the river Krka and it was declared a national park on 24th of January 1985. The location of the park stretches from the source of the river Krka besides the foot of the mountain Dinara near to the city Knin downstream the 75 m long canyon through Prokljansko lake and it ends by flowing into Šibenik bay. Krka stretches over 142 km2 from which 25.6 km2 is the water surface. Canyon of the river Krka builds waterfalls over which the water falls down the travertine barriers and continues its path towards the Adriatic sea. The most visited out of seven beautiful waterfalls are Skradinski buk and Roški slap with ethnographic monuments some of which being functional even today. Between the waterfalls there is 3 km long Visovačko lake. At the middle of this lake there is island Visovac with its church and monastery. Krka attracts not only with the beauty of its canyon and waterfalls but also with its lakes and green valleys. Spring and summer are the ideal seasons to visit Krka with the help of our taxi transfers but also to discover middle-age fortresses such as the biggest fortress Ključica and fortresses Nečven and Trošenj which are situated at the edge of river Krka's canyon. You can visit Krka National Park by filling in our reservation for transfer excursion with return or you can ask for a taxi transfer from the area of Krka National Park to Croatian airports.