KRKA WATERFALLS FROM SPLIT - ECONOMY TOUR

Transfers from Split and Trogir - tour escort- 3 hours of free time in the national park - panoramic boat tour - visit to sibenik or primosten

Based on 24 reviews
4.8/5

Duration

8 hours

Dates

all year round

Group Size

2+

Start in

Split or Trogir

Transport

transfer to Krka NP

Language

English

Summary

In this quick and economic Krka waterfalls tour from Split, we explore one of the 7 Croatian National parks.

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. Later embark on a panoramic boat tour to Skaradin – a picturesque town settled at the mouth of the Krka river. 

Later we visit the town of Sibenik (off-season) famous for the UNESCO protected cathedral for a short sightseeing tour or take a stop in the coastal town of Primosten (for the tours booked in the summer)  for a swim break. 

We are back in Split at around 4:00 PM.  – optional. 

Highlights

Itinerary

Krka waterfalls tour starts at 08:15 at the meeting point (western side of the Riva waterfront promenade – Bus stop in front of St. Francis church ). Please be there at least 15.00 minutes earlier for check-in. (Pick-up is optional for small groups and private tours). 

Prepare yourself for a very unique experience away from the city vibes! Get on the bus, buy the entrance ticket upon arrival and enjoy the beauty of Krka National Park. You will have 3 hours of free time inside the national park.

We suggest you take a one-way, circular, educational walking trail around the waterfalls by walking along wooden boardwalks and bridges, visiting the former watermills, now restored and served to demonstrate the old trades.

Later on, you can relax on green grass near the Skradinski Buk (Skradinski Buk – (Buk, buka – noise), the loudest and best-known waterfall on the Krka River 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. 

In the afternoon we visit the coastal town of  Primošten (during the summer) or Šibenik (off-season). Leisure time for lunch, swim, or sightseeing. 

We are back in Split around 4:00 PM.

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Economy Krka Waterfalls Tour - Additional Info

Price Includes

What to Bring

Type of Tour Max. number of passengers Type of vehicle Price
Group Tour
63 passengers
Bus
27,00 € Per Person
Private
Max 3 persons
Car
220,00 € Per Vehicle
Family
Max 8 persons
Minivan
250,00 € Per Vehicle
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FAQ

When is the best time to visit Krka National Park

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.

Is swimming permitted in Krka National Park?

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.

Testimonials

We booked a private tour to Krka waterfalls, and all in all everything was great, we had a transfer with the new car, well informed and very fun guide. Thank you Boris and thank you Magellan. Hope to see you again 🙂
Josephine Hollis
Great walking tour with Davor, who was very informative and friendly, but also fun. He gave a lot of tips for going around the town. I would definitely recommend!!
Rohaan Pena