Krka National Park is one of the most popular mainland attractions in Croatia, next to Split and Dubrovnik. Only one and half hour drive and a half away from Split, it is also our most popular land tour from Split you don’t want to miss.
Besides stunning scenery of Krka waterfalls, we also stop for food and wine at the local family agrotourism. That being said, this stop is optional.
Krka National Park
National Park Krka extends through the middle and lower sections of the Krka River in central Dalmatia, within the territory of Šibenik-Knin County. It is an ecologically important area covering 109 square kilometers, with its seven waterfalls and exceptional natural value.
The river drops down in altitude of 242 m and meets a series of stunning crystal clear lakes and waterfalls, including Roški Slap and Skradinski Buk.
Renowned Krka National Park is intertwined with signs, wooden bridges and walkways, which will help you explore every part of this amazingly beautiful place. You can also visit watermills, ethno museum, small stone houses and the first hydroelectric power station in Europe.
Island of Visovac is one of the highlights of Krka National Park, located in the middle of Visovac lake it can be reached by park boats. It has been the site of the Franciscan monastery and the Church of Our Lady of Visovac since the 15th century, while its rich cultural museum possesses and archaeological collection.
Island of Visovac, which can be reached by park boats, was founded during the reign of Louis I of Hungary. It hides Franciscan monastery, churches and a museum with a number of important archaeological collections.
Lunch near the Krka waterfalls
There are several restaurants in and around the Krka National Park, if you wish to sit down and enjoy in the local cuisine, surrounded by nature, river and waterfalls.
You can always bring your own food and snacks, as there are plenty of picnic spots along this marvelous park.
Tour to Krka National Park starts at Split and Trogir. It takes about 1 hour and 30 mins to reach Krka from Split and about 1 hour to reach Krka from Trogir.
Here are couple of items you may want to bring with you:
Bathing suit, towel, sunglasses, sunscreen, hat, camera, food, snacks or lunch money, sportswear, comfortable walking shoes or sandals, warm sweater and closed comfortable shoes if you’re coming in winter.
Air-conditioned minivan with free WIFI, your private driver and tour guide are included in the price of the tour.
Ticket not included:
Ticket for Krka National Park is not included in the price so please bring cash. Prices for June, July, August and September are: