Animals to see on Day trip to Krka

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Animals to see on Day trip to Krka

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Animals to see on Day trip to Krka. If you stepped foot for the first time in Krka National park and are a lover of animals, we are sure that this blog post will teach you something about the biodiversity of this Nature park. Since the river Krka stretches for about 75 kilometres from it’s source to the estuary of the Adriatic sea, it’s no surprise there’s a wide variety of wild animals that live in the clear waters, lush land and fresh air of Krka National park. Spend your time exploring Krka Waterfalls from Split and enjoy the serenity of it. After all, it is not for no reason this National park is one of the most popular in all of Croatia. Enjoy the beauty of the lush vegetation during a day trip from Split to Krka Waterfalls. There’s so much you can do during a Krka tour from Split that it feels like an injustice not to appreciate all the various sights and things you can do and see during it. Experience the charms that are bountiful throughout the National park, let alone the surrounding areas from Split. We’re positive you’ll enjoy yourself during the experience of travelling through the various settlements you’ll find along the way. Make the most out of the Vacation you’ve been granted by experiencing the wide array of places and sights that make the trip even more fulfilling.

Mammals in Krka National park

Up until now there are about 46 different species of mammals that are located around the Nature park Krka; where around half of them are considered to be endangered (That’s why we need to point out to be as discreet as possible when trying to take a photograph of one of the various animals inside Krka Waterfalls). The wolf is one of Croatia‘s protected animals, even if in recent years there’s been an increase in it’s numbers which elicits joy from all animal lovers. Jackal, a close cousin to the wolf is also very active in the night hours, so if you find yourself an accommodation in the area of Krka, don’t be surprised about hearing their howls. There’s also a wild cat that due to her timid nature is rarely seen, deer, badger, dormouse and fruit bats all live in the area of Krka Waterfalls.

The forests of Croatia can be a bit dangerous, having large numbers of wild boars that can be ferocious; especially in situations where they are with their young, so we suggest you avoid them as much as possible. Due to Krka National park being a rather karst environment with numerous caves and pits, it’s no surprise there are a plethora of bat colonies in them. A tour of Krka Waterfalls from Split might just provide an opportunity to see some of the creatures mentioned in this blog. So if you’re an animal lover why don’t you take a private transfer from Split in order to enjoy everything Krka Waterfalls has to offer. The National park has more than just fauna to keep you admiring the tropical nature of it. Take a Krka tour from Split and see the sights for yourself! Make the most out of your time by exploring the sights you can see only during a Krka tour from Split.

There’s several endangered animals as well as familiar ones that have made their home in Krka National park, making the trip well worth it for any nature lover out there. The Krka tour from Split being one of the most popular trips one can take in Split, seeing as how it’s well regarded by many, young and old. Along with providing several opportunities that make the journey to Krka tour from Split well worth it.

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Fish in Krka National park

In the clear fresh waters of the National park Krka, and below it’s grand waterfalls there’s a flourishing eco-system of biodiversity. In case you find yourself with a diving mask you are sure to be left out of breath (pun intended) as you admire and see the beauty that lies under the waters surface. Numerous sea creatures and fish littering the beautiful water of the nature park, a total of around 20 different species of fish living in them.

Some of the most popular fish being trout and rainbow trout in the upper flow of river Krka. In the region of Visovac lake there are rudd, Dalmatian barbel gudgeon, illyrian ide and several others. But at Skradinski buk, the most beautiful waterfalls in Krka Waterfalls, which you will have a chance to visit during our Day trip to Krka from Split, are rudd, Adriatic dace and Adriatic eel. Keep in mind that even if Krka Waterfalls in an UNESCO protected National park nowadays, Krka was used in day to day life by the people that live on the premises of the park. Which is one of the reasons for certain species to live in the park which aren’t indigenous to the region. Mosquitofish being used to control the number mosquitos. Rainbow trout and common carp being used for recreational fishing. You might just be able to see some of the various fish during a Krka tour from Split, make the most out of the excursion and you might just be able to see some of the rich fauna that inhabits the nature park.

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Birds that are located around Krka Waterfalls

The area around river Krka counts around 142 different species of birds and we are sure that on a Krka day tour from Split you will see many of them. Some of the species being endangered like the Lanner falcon, Short-toed snake eagle, Calandra lark… With more than 90% of them being nesting birds.

Possibility of photographing the largest number of birds would be in Spring and Fall, so in case you are a lover of taking pictures of birds, all you need is a good camera and patience. Parts of Krka where the water slows down is also home to many birds: Squacco heron, Tufted duck and Eurasian coot. Some of them as we previously mentioned being endangered, so be mindful of what you do during a Krka tour from Split. Make the most out of the trip and you might just be able to see the various sights and species living here during a Krka tour from Split.

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Amphibians in river Krka

Another group of animals which we can’t forget and my own personal favourite would be amphibians that reside in National park Krka and are very important for the entire ecosystem of the park. You might be able to catch a sight of one of these secretive animals that are most difficult to spot. Having a total of around 9 different species, but the most common would be the Marsh frog. One of the most known troglobites is the Olm and is found in some of the caves on river Krka. But usually you’ll catch sights more frequently during Spring when breeding season strolls by where you’ll be able to see common toads during the Krka tour from Split.

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Short summary

In case you decide to go ahead and visit the beautiful nature of the National park Krka, all the information about it can be found on our sites, along with the official sites of Krka Waterfalls. The best way to visit Krka Waterfalls from Split would be with a tour, enabling you to see the beautiful scenery in one of the best ways.

We offer an exciting all inclusive Krka Waterfalls tour from Split where our friendly guides can answer all your questions. We also want to point out that before entering the nature park you read the code of conduct, especially the parts that refer to the protection of flora & fauna, so we can ensure that even you and our future guests can enjoy the park for all it’s worth. So what are you waiting for? Go ahead and reserve a spot to go on an exciting Krka tour from Split already! We’re confident that you will enjoy the tour that we have in store for you. Whether it’s your first time visiting a National park or not, the Krka tour from Split will have quite a lot to offer. There’s so many other destinations that you can also visit during your visit to Croatia.