NP Krka: “National Park Open, Acting in Accordance with Instructions”

Lauren Simmonds

As Morski writes on the 13th of March, 2020, the beautiful NP Krka has issued a statement to the general public stating that preventive measures are being taken to protect the health of visitors and that relevant information and guidelines are continually being monitored, on the basis of which further action will be taken if needed.

After the information on persons in the Republic of Croatia with whom the coronavirus has been confirmed became available to the public, NP Krka, a Croatian national park visited by countless people annually, undertook all necessary actions and activities possible in order to protect the health of visitors, employees, partners and associates.

All measures and procedures taken by NP Krka are in full accordance with the current recommendations and instructions of the Ministry of Health, the Croatian Institute of Public Health and the Civil Protection Staff of the park’s ”home” county – Sibenik-Knin.

Events due to have taken place/due to take place during March and early April at NP Krka have been delayed…

The events that were to take place at NP Krka in March and during early April have been postponed. This regards activities related to the celebration of World Water Day, due to fall on March the 22nd, and the holding of the third Krka Half Marathon, scheduled for April the 4th, which is usually attended by a large number of participants and visitors. The participation of the employees of NP Krka at tourist fairs in the Republic of Croatia and in foreign countries have also been cancelled.

The beloved national park remains open to visitors

Despite the current coronavirus situation, NP Krka remains open to visitors in accordance with the recommendations of the expert services. The Skradinski Buk and Roski Slap (Waterfall) locations with all of their associated presentation facilities can be visited daily from 09:00 to 17:00, as is customary for this time of year.

”We’re also taking all necessary measures and we’re doing everything in our power to protect not only visitors but also our employees, partners and associates during the regular activities of NP Krka. If there are any changes related to the work of the National Park, visitors will be informed in due time on NP Krka’s website.

Finally, we’d like to emphasise that with responsible behaviour, acting in accordance with instructions and implementing preventive measures, we’re protecting our own and others’ health as well,” read a statement from NP Krka.

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