Krka, also refferd to as „Plitvice little sis“, popularity wise of course (NP Krka spreds on 109 square kilometers), is one of the brightest pearls of Dalmatia. River Krka flows through a 75 km long canyon, flows through Prokljansko Lake, and flows into the Šibenik Bay.
Skradin, Lozovac, Roški Waterfall, Puljane and Kistanje are names of 5 (officiall) entrences to 7 Krka gems (waterfalls) - Bilušića buk, Brljan, Manojlovac, Rošnjak, Miljacka slap, Roški slap i Skradinski buk. The last one is the most popular among tourist, with 2 hour long walking trail lined with wooden boards. It is estimated, because of its limestone underground, up to 500,000 liters of water roars through Krka waterfalls.
There are about thirty-three species with more than 1900 individual waterfowls. Most birds are in the area of Visovac Lake, where is the islet of Visovac with a Franciscan monastery and Church that dates from the 15th century. Collection of historical church vestments, utensils and a rich library with several valuable books and incunabulas are kept there safe by members of Franciscan order.