The stunning landscape and the amazing nature of the Krka National Park make it a necessity for any Croatian travel plan. Located along the river Krk, the beautiful waterfalls of the park help attract so many visitors that the famous waterfall Skradinski buk introduced a limit of 10,000 visitors at once. As a result, Krka is the second most visited national park in Croatia - with the enchanting Plitvice Lakes National Park being the first. Although many people come to Krk just to swim in the magnificent Skradsinki buk waterfalls, there are a number of less visited places in the park that are worth your time.

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What should you visit?

  • Magnificent Skradinski buk waterfalls. This series of 17 waterfalls stretches for a length of 800 meters, and its total fall is 45 meters. At the foot of the last waterfall it is also possible to swim in the cold, refreshing waters. 
  • Manojlovac Waterfall - With a total drop of about 60 meters, it is the highest waterfall in the Krka National Park. Its picturesque location in the middle of the canyon makes it one of the most beautiful places in the entire park.
  • Krka Monastery - is located in a quiet place by the river Krka. The monastery is considered one of the most important Serbian Orthodox sites, whose history dates back to 1345.
  • Visovac - one of the most picturesque places in the park is the small island of Visovac. Located in the middle of the river Krka, there is a monastery from the 14th century on the island.
    You can also visit the island by a five-minute boat ride.

 

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 Itinerary of the tour:

  • 08:00 - Optionally within the Makarska Riviera
  • 09:30 – Stop in Trogir 1h free time
  • 12:00 - Krka 3h30min free time (Skradin entrance)
  • 15:30 - Departure group back to Makarska
  • 17:30 - Return to Makarska

*The itinerary changes depending on your preferences.

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NP Krka highlights

  • Skradinski entrance to the park - The nearest and most beautiful entrance to Skradinski buk. You will ride a boat from the entrance to Skradin in the Krka National Park to the waterfall.
  • Visit to the city of Trogir or Šibenik. - Two historic cities dating back to 380 BC and since then they had been continuously inhabited by numerous Greeks, Romans, Hungarians and Venetians. Charming Trogir and beautiful Šibenik have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Whichever city you choose to visit will leave you breathless!

Language guides:

  • English
  • German

*Other languages ​​on request

Price of the private tour

  • 1-3 250,00€ + entrance ticket
  • 4-8 265,00€ + entrance ticket
  • 9-15 380,00 € + entrance ticket

*The price refers to the group
*Tickets are excluded from the cost of the trip because the amount varies on the number of persons. (The price can vary from 10 to 25 €/per person depending on the number of people and the month in which the park is visited.)

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Price include:

  • Private professional driver
  • Fuel costs

Price not include:

  • Lunch at free time
  • Entrance ticket

We suggest you take it with you:

  • Camera
  • Casual outfit
  • Sunscreen
  • Hat
  • Cash - a lot of coffee shops and restaurantas in Croatia do not accept card payment
  • For swimming, bring bathing suit, sun lotion and a towel.
  • Appropriate clothing for visiting monastery (women must have scarf over the bare shoulders, men must not have too short trousers).

Our recommendations are to choose a private tour because you can combine everything to your liking. You choose how much time you will spend in which location. You can book some additional experiences on the way to NP Krka like a tour of the city of Šibenik or a tour of the city of Trogir ...

We can also organize local guides for you. We can also book a restaurant for lunch and much more for you.

Send us an optional inquiry here!

Your Croatia tours team!