Krka national park: What if it’s raining?

Krka national park is well known as a must-see when going to Croatia. The trees are green, the water clear and the birds are singing, all the better if the weather is nice and sunny. But what if our famous Krka national park is shrouded with clouds with a chance of rain.

Other than being a minor inconvenience there is no reason not to take our Krka tour from Split if there is a chance of rain. The roads are safe and the Krka national park main attraction Skradinski buk is no less stunning without a little bit of sunshine. If you’re interested in the park, most likely you already know that swimming there is possible. Well what better time to get wet than in the rain, Skradinski buk will be a lot more private, as most visitors avoid rainy days. Our climate is certainly welcoming towards swimmer, as even in the rain the weather is warm and welcoming.