Covering a total area of 109 square kilometers, Krka Waterfalls National Park is settled around lower course of Krka and Čikola rivers. The vast area of the park offers stunning sights of travertine waterfalls, lakes and wildlife, providing exceptional natural value.
Šibenik is the oldest native Croatian city on the Adriatic located in an enclosed gulf at the mouth of Krka river. The town boasts with incredible historical landmarks, iconic dalmatian stonework, red-tiled roofs and narrow marble streets.
Morning departure from Split area followed by one-hour drive towards coastal town of Skradin. Ticket pick-up and organized boat ride into the National park. Walkaround and sightseeing followed by one hour of free time. Return boat ride towards Skradin. Organized lunch break. 15-minute drive towards Šibenik for one hour walkaround and sightseeing. One hour return drive towards Split.
260,00 EUR – up to 8 people
* Price does not include National park entrance fee.