Krka Tour from Split
Enjoy Krka Waterfalls and Šibenik Cathedral
Enjoy afternoon sightseeing of the Cathedral of St. Jacob, a UNESCO protected World Heritage site in the town of Šibenik.
On our Krka tour from Split you will enjoy swimming in the refreshing water of the Krka River just under the waterfalls, relaxing walks trough untouched nature and educational workshops revealing cultural heritage of the area.
Duration: approx 11 hours
The tour includes: entrance ticket, guided tours of National Park and sightseeing of Šibenik
The Places You’ll Go!
Whitness this hidden gem from Roman times.
Krka River Canyon
Take a revealing boat ride through Krka River canyon
|•||Air conditionined luxury vehicle with free Wi-Fi access|
|•||Sightseeing of a unique UNESCO World Heritage monument|
|•||Discovering the beauties of Skradinski buk and its waterfalls|
|•||Following nature’s trails along travertine barriers, lakes and falls|
|•||Unique experience of swimming inside a Croatian National Park|
07:45 – 08:15 Pick up and departure from Split
09:30 – 10:00 Arrival in Skradin
10:00 – 10:30 Panoramic boat cruise to Skradinski buk
10:30 – 11:30 Guided tour of Skradinski buk
11:30 – 14:00 Free time for swimming and exploring the park
14:00 – 14:30 Departure towards Sibenik
14:30 – 15:30 Discover St. Jacob Cathedral and Sibenik
16:45 – 17:15 Arrival to Split
Sugaman tours keeps the right to alter or adjust the itinerary due to traffic on the road, or bad weather conditions
What you will experience
A refreshing day in the middle of the summer might be a perfect recipe to explore yet another side of Croatia besides the islands, sea or the pebble beaches. A visit to one of eight Croatia’s national parks guarantees a day filled with unique experiences. We start our Krka waterfalls day trip in the early morning as we pick you up with our luxury air-conditioned mini van or minibus.
How far is Split from Krka National Park?
A ride from Split to Krka National Park is very enjoyable and revealing as you are presented with distinctive panoramic views of the surrounding island archipelagos and picturesque coastal villages and towns like Trogir. Depending on the traffic the ride last approximately an hour and a half, following the sea line from Split to city of Sibenik where we turn towards Skradinski Buk and the official start of our Krka waterfalls tour.
The short ride from Split to Krka will be more enjoyable in our air conditioned vehicle, providing free Wi-Fi access during the entire ride.
At the start of the Krka tour we will visit Skradin, a pretty little riverside town with a combination of brightly painted and bare stone houses of its main streets and a ruined fortress towering above it. When they asked Bill Gates, founder of Microsoft to recommended to readers of the Forbes magazine where to take their holiday, of all the countries and places in the world he decided on Skradin and Croatia. So it is for sure a place to visit!
Panoramic ride of Krka Canyon
From Skradin we will take a panoramic boat ride trough the Krka canyon towards Skradinski buk, presenting all the beauty of the surrounding area. Be prepared to take photos, as these are the images you will wish to bring back home and share with your family and friends.
Krka Waterfalls tour
After a picturesque panoramic boat ride we stop at Skradinski buk where you will immediately be presented with all the beauty of the Krka National Park. Skradinski buk is the largest travertine cascade system in Europe. The walk through the park will be truly serene: myriad waterfalls glazing in front of your eyes while you walk a network of wooden bridges and boardwalks and the sweet scent of pine fills your nostrils. We will continue our walk with educational trails through nature and an authentic ethno presentation that reveal how river water kept the life thriving in this area throughout centuries. Remnants found from thought the history like stone houses and watermills have been turned into souvenir shops and exhibition spaces.
After the walk through the park and over the wooden bridges crossing Krka river you will have enough free time to experience local cuisine or to enjoy in the unique feeling of swimming by the waterfalls within protected area of the natural park.
Swimming in Krka river near Krka Waterfalls
As it is a National Park swimming in Krka river is permitted but only in designated areas (if you don’t want to hear it from the park rangers). Our guide will point out where you will be able to refresh in the crystal clear Krka River and experience this unique sensation.
Experience traditional Dalmatian cuisine
Besides exploring all the natural beauties of Krka National Park as well as the unique experience of swimming by the waterfalls, you also have the chance to taste its authentic Dalmatian cuisine in a traditional Dalmatian tavern.
Cathedral of St. Jacob in Sibenik
We end our tour with the sightseeing of St. Jacob Cathedral in Sibenik. the oldest Croatian town on the Adriatic Coast with numerous monuments among which Cathedral of St. Jacob takes prime.
The construction of the Cathedral started in the year 1431, lasted for over one hundred years and brought together a unique mash of two historic styles: transitioning from Gothic to Renaissance. It was entirely built from limestone and marble witch was both bold and unusual for that time.
For its unique value in architecture the Cathedral of St. Jacob was listed as an UNESCO World Heritage sight.
If you wish to enter inside the Cathedral there is an entrance fee of around € 2
Price per person: € 60
children from 3 to 8 years: € 36
For group price, please contact us.
Included in Price
Complimentary pick up and drop off (subject to availability). Wi-Fi in air conditioning luxury vehicle, Entrance tickets, Insurance
Useful Tips before Tour
- Don’t forget to bring your camera to capture all the beautiful sights.
- Bring swimwear, beach towel and sun protection to make your day in the sun as comfortable as possible.
- Wear casual clothes and comfortable shoes for walking.
Meeting Point and Arrival Info
Office address: Dosud ulica 4
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Arriving by car
July and August can get very busy, so we recommend you get clear instructions about available parking
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Arriving by bus
Buses that stop at Tržnica (green market) near our office
2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 17, 18 and 60
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