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Krka Waterfalls - Krka National Park

Krka National Park – Krka Waterfalls Tour


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About Krka National Park – Krka Waterfalls Tour

Krka National Park is an unmissable destination for a day trip. This natural wonder offers much, from crystal-clear turquoise waters to cascading waterfalls and lush greenery.

The journey from Bol to Krka National Park is scenic, with breathtaking views of the Adriatic Sea and charming coastal villages along the way. Once you arrive, you can embark on a guided tour through the park to immerse yourself in its natural wonders.

The highlight of the park is undoubtedly the famous Skradinski Buk waterfall. It’s an awe-inspiring sight to watch the water flow gracefully down the cascades. The park also has a designated swimming area to cool off and enjoy the refreshing water.

Krka National Park is also home to a diverse range of wildlife, so keep an eye out for charming birds and fish that call this place home. The park’s well-maintained trails and facilities make it easy to navigate, and there are plenty of picnic spots, cafes, and observation decks to enjoy the panoramic views.

After a day of adventure, make sure to indulge in some mouthwatering traditional Croatian dishes, accompanied by a glass of local wine. It’s the perfect way to end an incredible day at Krka National Park.

Whether you are a nature lover or looking for an unforgettable experience, a day trip to Krka National Park is a must-do activity. It’s a place that will leave you in awe of the natural world and create memories that will last a lifetime. So, add Krka National Park to your travel bucket list and prepare for an adventure you’ll never forget.

All about Krka National Park

Nestled in the heart of Croatia, Krka National Park is a breathtaking natural wonder that will captivate your senses and leave you in awe of its sheer beauty. From cascading waterfalls to lush greenery, this unique destination offers nature lovers and adventurers a paradise-like escape.

Located just a short drive from the vibrant city of Split, Krka National Park is a hidden gem that often gets overshadowed by its more famous counterpart, Plitvice Lakes National Park. However, those who venture off the beaten path are rewarded with a serene and enchanting oasis that showcases the best of Croatia’s natural landscapes.

The centerpiece of Krka National Park is the magnificent Krka River, which flows through a series of breathtaking waterfalls and creates a mesmerizing tapestry of cascades. The most famous among them is Skradinski Buk, a majestic waterfall that spans over 800 meters and cascades down a series of terraces, creating a mesmerizing sight that seems straight out of a fairytale.

But Krka National Park is not just about its stunning waterfalls. The park is home to a diverse ecosystem, with over 800 species of plants and a rich variety of animal life. As you wander through the park’s well-maintained trails, you’ll encounter lush forests, crystal-clear lakes, and meandering streams that teem with life. Keep your eyes peeled for the park’s resident wildlife, including otters, turtles, and many bird species that call this place home.

One of the unique aspects of Krka National Park is its accessibility. Unlike some other parks, visitors can swim in designated areas, allowing you to cool off in the refreshing waters while admiring the stunning surroundings. Imagine taking a dip in the emerald-green river beneath the cascading waterfalls, surrounded by the harmony of nature—a truly unforgettable experience.

To fully immerse yourself in the park’s wonders, consider exploring the park by boat. Several boat tours offer a different perspective of the waterfalls and allow you to venture deeper into the park’s hidden corners. Cruising along the Krka River, you’ll pass through narrow canyons and pristine landscapes, revealing the park’s untamed beauty in all its glory.

Aside from its natural wonders, Krka National Park also has a rich cultural heritage. The park is home to several historical sites, including the Krka Monastery, a peaceful haven that dates back to the 14th century. Explore the ancient ruins, visit the museum, and immerse yourself in the park’s cultural legacy.

Whether you’re seeking adventure, relaxation, or simply a break from the hustle and bustle of city life, Krka National Park offers an unparalleled experience. With its striking waterfalls, lush landscapes, and unique blend of nature and culture, this Croatian gem is a destination that will leave a lasting impression on your soul.

So, pack your bags, put on your hiking boots, and prepare to embark on a journey to Krka National Park. Let the mesmerizing beauty of the waterfalls and the tranquility of the surroundings wash over you as you discover the enchanting oasis of Krka National Park.

Itinerary: Krka National Park – Krka Waterfalls Tour

  1. Drive from Bol to Supetar Ferry Port
  2. Car ferry to Split
  3. Drive from Split to Krka National Park
  4. Optional visit to Šibenik (paid extra)
  5. Return to Bol via ferry from Split to Supetar


This is a private tour for up to 8 people per booking. Tour lasts whole day. The price is for the tour for four persons, extra 10€ for additional persons up to a maximum of 8. Ferry tickets are included in the price. Krka National Park entrance tickets are not included! You are responsible for your food and drinks.


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