KRKA NATIONAL PARK AND WATERFALLS
ABOUT THIS TOUR
Undoubtedly one of the top things to do in Split, join us on a fully guided all day tour of Krka National Park washed down with some wonderful homemade spirits – it’s on us!
We visit 3 of the nicest locations within Krka National Park and give you ample opportunity to enjoy the nicest views and swim in the nicest places (in the swimming season, from June 1st until September 30th).
We head off from Split to Skradinski buk, the largest travertine waterfall in Europe with a stop for a view of the town of Skradin, a town that is over 2000 years old and is located within the Krka National Park river canyon itself.
We will spend 2:30 hours at Skradinski buk, with enough time for a swim under the Krka waterfalls and a walk around the park in order to take some beautiful photographs and enjoy the sights.
Then we head to our second location, the viewpoint of the Island of Visovac, Krka one of the most photographed islands in Croatia. We proceed to the Roški waterfall, Krka complex to enjoy a very relaxed part of the Krka National Park noting all the beautiful flora and the fauna of the park in the best way possible.
The Roški waterfalls, Krka is a secret corner of the park which is still undiscovered by commercial tourism – we want you to have the opportunity to enjoy Krka National Park in the best way possible, away from the madding Summer Krka crowds.
In the Ethno village of the Roski waterfalls we stop for some spirit tasting at our friend Ante’s homestead (Konoba) in an authentic 700 year old watermill which has been under the same family’s ownership for over 120 years. Here you will be shown how the local Rakija is made and it’s social importance to Croatian life and of course get to road test some of the local produce – it’s on us!! After the tasting you will be offered a great lunch at a very inexpensive price.
This tour of Krka National Park may also be available as a private tour on your preferred date so please just ask us.
In the winter months (Nov 1 – March 31), the park closes early, the boat trip from Skradin is unavailable and the restaurant is closed. In consequence, we leave the park at approximately 2pm and visit the seaside city of Trogir for about an hour, where you can explore this beautiful city and enjoy lunch, prior to returning to Split at approximately 4pm
Krka National Park
Adult: EUR 40.00 Child (under 18) EUR 34.00 per person