Ashley Colburn's Guide to Krka National Park (Video)

By , 07 Jul 2017, 12:37 PM Total Eco Croatia
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Getting around Krka National Park is now easier than ever with the help of Ashley Colburn’s latest video guide.

Ashley Colburn, the famous American television journalist, producer and winner of two Emmy Awards, has released a video guide for Krka National Park on July 5, 2017. 

In Colburn’s latest video guide, she takes viewers on a 3 and a half minute journey through the park, revealing everything visitors should know from the best place to start a Krka adventure (Skradin) to the not to miss attractions including the island of Visovac, the Orthodox monastery, and the highest of the falls, Manojlovac.

Ashley Colburn has quickly become THE ambassador for Croatia. After first visiting the country in 2009, the American quickly admitted that it was love at first sight and has continuously visited ever since. The two-time Emmy winner is now the proud owner of a home in Istria and is rigorously learning the language. She is getting pretty good, we might add. 

You can view Ashley's other Croatian video guides here

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