Krka Waterfalls Nat'l Park from Split
Krka Waterfalls National Park from Split
Spending time at the Krka National Park is a singular delight. This is the ideal adventure for travelers looking to discover the natural beauty of the park at their own pace.
Located just north of Sibenik, the waterfalls of Krka National Park are a natural paradise just waiting to be experienced. After meeting your professional English-speaking guide, board a comfortable air-conditioned vehicle and take a drive along the scenic coast through stunning scenery along the route to Krka National Park, one of Croatia's eight national parks created to protect the country's natural wonders. Once you arrive, you'll have approximately 4 to 4.5 hours of free time to experience the beauty of this incredible park. Head to the sublime Skradinski Buk waterfall, a breathtaking sight you'll never forget. Your free time in the park begins at this amazing natural wonder.
Enjoy a swim in the crystal waters beneath the waterfalls, relax and admire the views, or explore the rest of the park at your leisure. Krka National Park is home to countless animal and plant species, several walking trails, amazing scenery, water mills, churches, the oldest AC hydro-electric power plant in Europe and even a blacksmith shop! What you do next is entirely up to you. When you get hungry, food and beverages are available for purchase in the park. On your return, enjoy the panoramic views on the drive through the Dalmatian countryside.
Book this Split tour for unforgettable memories.
Please Note: The entrance fee for the Krka National Park is NOT included in the tour price. The cost of the entrance fee varies depending on the month, and is generally between 110 HRK ($16.00 USD) and 200 HRK ($29.00 USD) per person. Guests must bring cash in Croatian Kuna (HRK) as this is the only currency accepted at the Krka National Park. Between June and September, this tour is 8 hours in length.