Krka Waterfalls from Split - private tour
Transfer from split - panoramic boat cruise - guided tour - UNESCO site city of Sibenik or free time for a swim in Primosten
Summary of Private Krka tour from split
Croatia is well known for having incredible nature and considering a fact that Croatia is a relatively small country, it would be fair to say that the number of national parks in Croatia is surely something to be proud of. Croatia has a total of 7 National parks. The best one to be visited is the Krka waterfalls via our All-inclusive tour.
Trip includes bus/van transfer to National Park and boat cruise to Skradinski Buk (Buk, buka – noise), the loudest and best-known waterfall on the Krka River. You will spend the day at the dramatic waterfalls this park is famous for.
Stroll along wooden boardwalks and bridges at Skradinski Buk, (about an hour round trip). Be amazed with the crystal clear water with waterfalls in the background. Later embark on a panoramic boat tour to Skaradin – a picturesque town settled at the mouth of the Krka river.
In the afternoon we visit the coastal town of Primošten (during the summer) or Šibenik (off-season). Leisure time for lunch, swim, or sightseeing. It is also possible to visit both of these towns or to book some other experience (Falconry center). Let’s get in touch and find an experience that perfectly suits you.
krka waterfalls from split Itinerary
Join us and prepare yourself for a very unique experience. Departure is in front of your hotel/apartment where you will be picked up by our experienced English-speaking guide/driver.
Transfer (highway route) toward National Park Krka. Skradinski Buk – (Buk, buka – noise), the loudest and best-known waterfall on the Krka River This is where our guided tour begins. We will walk along wooden boardwalks and bridges, 1900 m, one-way, circular, educational walking trail around the waterfalls. The former watermills have been restored and serve to demonstrate the old trades (entrances are included in the price). let’s meet the beauty of Krka.
After the tour, you can relax on green grass near the Skradinski Buk with the waterfalls in the background or try some local dishes in nearby restaurants.
Later we will embark on a panoramic boat tour to Skaradin – a picturesque town settled at the mouth of the Krka river.
Part II of the tour: city of Šibenik
In the afternoon we visit Šibenik. The Cathedral of St. James in Šibenik is one of the most significant and most beautiful architectural achievements in Croatia and was included on the UNESCO Cultural World Heritage List in 2000.
Šibenik is also known as the first city in the world whose street lights were powered by a polyphasic system of alternating current.
The construction of Jaruga power plant started in 1894 at the Krka river (we will see the old plant during a tour of the Krka) and lasted over a year. Jaruga plant supplied enough electricity to power 340 street lights in Šibenik.
Our guide will surely give you suggestions on how to spend time here, recommend a good local restaurant, place to buy souvenirs or help you with any other tip that might be of your interest. We are back at Split around 06:00 PM. (optional according to optional experiences/visits you will book) If you don’t want to explore the city of Šibenik, you might be interested in our economy Krka Waterfalls tour which ends by returning to Split around 4:00 PM.
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What to Bring
|Type of Tour||Max. number of passengers||Type of vehicle||Price|
Max 3 persons
220,00 € Per Vehicle
Max 8 persons*
250,00 € Per Vehicle
* For the groups of 9 persons and more, please send a request and we will get back to you with a quote soonest as possible.
Krka National Park is open to visitors year-round. Every season is special. Spring and autumn are lovely due to the comfortable temperatures, lively plant and animal life, and enjoying the educational walking trails and bicycle routes. During winter, when the vegetation is resting, water is at the highest level and the geomorphological forms of the rocks and travertine are best seen. In the summer, the vegetation is at its richest, and the culinary oﬀer is at its best thanks to the richness of fresh foods, but the number of visitors is also highest.
The single entrance ticket for Krka National Park includes the boat transport from Skradin to Skradinski buk. Boat excursions to Visovac, Roški slap, Krka monastery, and the medieval fortresses Nečven and Trošenj are charged extra according to the valid pricelist.
2020 was the final year in which visitors to Krka National Park were able to swim in Skradinski Buk. From January 2021, swimming in the whole area of the park is banned.