On the morning of our second day in Split, we headed out in our rental car for KrKa National Park, which was about a 1.5 hour drive away. We had planned to get there early before it opened at 8am in order to avoid the crowd. From the entrance, there was a short 10-minute walk down to a wooden walkway that lead to Skradinski Buk, the park's main waterfall. On the walkway, we could already begin to see several smaller waterfalls flowing along the path. We took our time walking around the platform and just enjoying the picturesque scenery. Then we bought some lunch from one of the food stands at the bottom of Skradinski Buk before jumping into the water. Honestly, we couldn't really swim too much since it was pretty shallow and there were a lot of slippery moss-covered rocks below the falls, but we did get a nice closer up view of the falls. Since there was a ton of people there, we decided not to stay too long. Instead, we left that area and drove to a viewpoint of Visovac, a medieval Franciscan monastery built on a tiny island in the park. We also drove to check out Roski Slap, another one of Krka's main waterfalls.
Just capturing as I go.