Krka waterfalls tour from Split is truly a tour not to miss while you are in Croatia! Our professional guide will accompany you and explain all you need to know about what to see and do in our pearl of nature!
Did you know that among eight stunning national parks in Croatia, Krka National Park is one of them, and closest to reach from Split?
A stunning masterpiece of nature
From perfect national park of Mljet to UNESCO heritage Plitvice Lakes National Park, there is something here to tickle everyone’s senses. If you’re a sucker for waterfalls, then there is one which you should definitely explore when visiting Dalmatia. Krka National Park is just a short drive from both Split and Šibenik, and is an excellent alternative to Plitvice Lakes National Park – although; if you have the time, make sure to visit both! Also, if you have ever wished to swim under the waterfall itself, Skradinski Buk is offering you exactly that!
Krka National Park encompasses about two-thirds of the total course of Krka River and is made up of porous rocks that made it easy for the river to carve numerous caverns and lakes which attracts tens of thousands of visitors a year. What will be sure to leave you breathless are the gorgeous waterfalls, Roški Slap and Skradinski Buk.
How to get to Krka National Park?
Krka National Park has five official entrances, but we are taking you on one of two main ones! First one is Lozovac and the other is Skradin!
If you want to visit Skradinski Buk and the lower part of the national park, take the Skradin entrance. Don’t worry, if you take our tour, you are skipping the line and going directly to the waterfalls! In case you would like more to visit Visovac, its beautiful Franciscan monastery or the ethno-village, Lozovac entrance will get you closer to your mark!
Our tours last from six to eleven hours, depending on your wishes and time, all of them you can check out on: https://www.krkawaterfallsfromsplit.com/
If you are more of a sporty type of person, we got you covered!
In Krka Waterfalls you can drive your bike, hike on the mountain, explore it with a speedboat or with a slower river boat offered directly from National Park organisation!
Skradinski Buk and Roški Slap – Sights to behold
Krka River has seven impressive waterfalls!
Two most famous are Skradinski Buk and Roški Slap. Both cascading waterfalls are composed of travertine barriers and are undoubtedly one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Eastern Europe – comparable only to those that are in Plitvice Lakes area!
We hope you enjoyed our Ultimate Guide To Krka National Park.
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