29 € / 220 HRK per person
KRKA NATIONAL PARK TOUR
Krka national park tour
Park is one of the most beautiful national parks in Croatia, where you can explore the Krka River, its waterfalls and the surrounding area.The Krka National Park tour will take you to the most beautiful places in the park and will give you the opportunity to swim in the crystal clear waters.
About Krka National Park
Park is one of the most beautiful and best-preserved national parks in Croatia. The Krka River flows through a karst landscape, creating numerous waterfalls, rapids and cascades, and is especially famous for the magnificent Waterfalls.
The National Park is located along the Krka River in central Dalmatia, in southern Croatia. It covers an area of 109 square kilometers and includes the River, its seven waterfalls, and the surrounding area. The park is home to a variety of plant and animal species, as well as a number of historical and cultural sites.
The Waterfalls are the most popular attraction in the park and are one of the most visited tourist destinations in Croatia. The waterfalls are located in the lower course of the River and are formed by the river’s flow over the limestone bedrock.
The Krka National Park is also home to a number of historical and cultural sites, including the ruins of the Roman town of Burnum, the medieval town of Visovac, and the ethno-village of Skradin.
How to get to Krka National Park from Split
There are a few ways to get to Krka National Park from Split.
- Book the tour in advance from your comfortable armchair at home or when you get on site. The tour includes a guided tour and round-trip transportation.
- Take a bus from Split to Skradin. The bus ride takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes. Skradin is the closest town to Krka National Park. From Skradin, you can take a boat to Krka National Park.
What can you expect to see or do at Krka National Park?
After arriving you need to choose one of the 3 major attractions you want to go to and purchase your ticket accordingly.
Skradinski buk is among the most frequented and picturesque areas in the Park. It’s home to 17 waterfalls that flow into a clean natural pool. Many believe it to be among the most stunning limestone carbonite water falls found in Europe.
With regards to the number of visitors, Roski Slap is the second most popular tourist attraction within l Park. This is the sixth waterfall that flows along the Krka River. The park is home to stunning hiking as well as walking paths. The waterfall can be reached with a boat that is operated by the park , or via the public road
Krka National Park entrance fees
Fees for entry into National Park vary depending upon the season and range between 30 and 30 HRK in the off season (November through March) up to 200 HRK during the summer. The tickets include the ferry trip between Skradin towards Skadisnki Buk and access to the entire park. If you are taking an organized excursion to Krka the price of the ticket is typically included. However it isn’t always an option, therefore make sure to double-check prior to booking to avoid surprises at the time of your visit.
Krka waterfalls day trip
You can book the Krka National Park day trip after your arrival in Split However, should you be visiting during the peak season, it can be risky since the tours may have been booked.It’s among the most well-known Split day trips, and is on almost all Croatia bucketlist. The number of tourists reflect that.
PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE
WHAT TO BRING
Split Golden Gate (north entrance to the Diocletian’s Palace)
Five hours free time in the park
Arrival to Split – Riva
Ticket price Krka Waterfalls
JUNE – SEPTEMBER
Adults 160 kn; students/children 7-18 year 70 kn; children up to 7 years have free entrance
APRIL – MAY – OCTOBER
Adults 85 kn; students/children 7-18 year 40 kn; children up to 7 years have free entrance
Meeting point Split : Golden gate (north entrance of Diocletian’s Palace)