Cheaper Entry Fee for NP Krka, Two New Species of Worm Discovered

As Croatia relaxes its stringent anti-epidemic measures in the third phase, Croatian national parks and nature parks are now open to the public once again, and as we reported recently, most have promotional ticket prices on offer for both adults and children in an attempt to restart the local economy and rescue at least part of their usual revenue. NP Krka is one of them.

As Poslovni Dnevnik writes on the 12th of May, 2020, the beloved NP Krka has now reopened its doors to visitors, boasting promotional ticket prices of 50 kuna for adults and 25 kuna for children. The park is otherwise wildly popular for countless tourists and residents alike, known for its waterfalls and picturesque natural surroundings.

After a break of almost two months due to the coronavirus pandemic and the strict measures Croatia quickly established in an attempt to stop the spread of the pandemic, NP Krka is now ready to accept individual visitors (and not groups, for now), who will have the opportunity to discover the charms of Croatian natural and cultural heritage preserved by the park, and do so with the purchase of cheaper tickets until the 18th of June, 2020.

Individual visitors are now free to move around the park on foot and by bicycle and enjoy all the natural values ​​and cultural and historical riches the park boasts, and catering and hospitality facilities will be opened in accordance with all of the recommendations set out by the Croatian Institute of Public Health.

''Our diligent employees and professional services at the Krka National Park Public Insittution are working carefully all the time, engaging in research and monitoring the situation, and we're proud to announce that we have discovered two new species of worms here that are still unknown to science. This is very important to us because we discovered them at Roski slap, and they speak volumes about the purity and quality of the water there. The livelier the world in the waters is, the healthier the water is,'' stated the director of NP Krka, Nella Slavica, in conversation with HRT.

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