Manojlovac slap is a gorgeous waterfall in the river Krka and is part of the Krka National Park. Manojlovac slap is situated upstream from the famous Skradinski Buk . When driving on road 509 between Knin and Kistanje there is a sign pointing to Manojlovac slap which leads to a narrow dust road and a parking lot (few hundred meters).
From the small parking it is only a few meters before you will see the magnificent Manojlovac slap. The view on the cascades of the Manojlovac slap is really astonishing. From the top of the canyon you look down on the Manojlovac waterfalls and you can clearly see two major plunges.
The total descent of the Manojlovac slap is 60 meters, but it looks more. The upper Manojlovac slap is appr. 16 meters high (measured with a laser height meter). The lower part of the Manojlovac slap is 32 meters high but I measured 27 meters.
Nevertheless, the beauty of the fall and the belvedere on the canyon, where you can see the river Krka making an U-turn.
Best time to visit the the Krka waterfalls is in the rainy season, normally the fall or early winter but I was there in summertime and the falls where marvellous with enough water and power in the river. A week before it rained much, so I was lucky. In wintertime the river Krka swells to a might and powerful river and the water level can be 1 meter higher.
All major waterfalls in the Krka National Park, from up- to downstream, are: slap Kr?i?, Biluši?a buk, slap Brljana, slap Manojlovac, Slap Rošnjak, Slap Miljacka, slap Roški and finally Skradinski Buk.