Zrmanja River and Krupa are among the most beautiful rivers in Europe. Perfectly clear warm water, spectacular canyon with magnificent waterfalls. They are easy and safe enough for beginner canoeists. But their scenery makes them also very exciting for all river adventurists. It is characteristic for its spring located at the bottom of a very steep, almost 200 m high funnel shape rock called Misije. It flows southward through the narrow and long arable valley. Which encircles the southern end of Velebit through a 200-meter-deep canyon. After it turns westwards, reaches Obrovac, and after a few kilometers flows into the Adriatic sea. Joining in the bay named Novigradsko more.
Zrmanja is great for rafting and kayaking
In the late 80’s some adventure companies pioneered commercial canoe, kayak and rafting trips. Therefore creating day adventures and active holidays with camping. Finally, proving that the Zrmanja River, with its tributary Krupa, is one of the most beautiful rivers of Europe. Rafting trips on Zrmanja take place in spring and autumn. While kayaks and canoes are used during low water level period of July and August.
Things & Activities
Discover two of the most beautiful European rivers in a fun and unique way. Go down the falls and rapids in a kayak! The trip is safe enough for the total beginners and children 6 y/o, but amazing scenery will enchant even the experienced kayakers.
Join us for an exciting, yet safe, white water rafting trip on the Zrmanja and Krupa rivers. No rafting experience is needed so even children can participate. Experienced rafters will have fun at this trip too, thanks to the amazing scenery of these intact rivers.
Weekend Zrmanja River kayaking trip is designed for flexible, energetic people. Who like to be active and have a spirit of adventure. Therefore a positive attitude. It is a great two day trip.
We start trekking Krupa Canyon day adventure with a van drive to a little village called Golubic where very few people live nowadays. One of Croatia’s prettiest rivers is probably the tiny Krupa.