Economy Tour from Split to the Krka Waterfalls


    Skradinski buk, Krka national park, infographicAfter you’ve taken your time to delve into the vibrant history of Split, we think you deserve an adventure out in nature – but we’re not talking about your average city park. Have you ever wanted to swim next to a backdrop of gushing waterfalls while the thick forest of one of Croatia’s best-protected natural areas surrounds you? Join us – we’re taking you to Krka National Park.
    For only €27, you’ll have the chance to explore the depths of one of Croatia’s best-known attractions – you know, the one that boasts the country’s most photographed waterfall. And yes, you’ll get to post this photo to your Instagram profile, too.

    But Krka National Park offers even more than this top attraction – and you get to live it all on our tour.

    Duration: approx 9 hours
    The tour does not include: the entrance ticket to Krka National Park, tour guide and optional lunch


    € 27
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    The Places You’ll Go!

    Krka National Park

    Escape from the city crowds and spend a day out in nature in one of Croatia’s top attractions

    Tour Highlights

    Transfer service with air-conditioned bus from Split to Krka National Park
    Free time to relax and explore Krka’s intact nature
    Swim under the famous Krka waterfalls

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    09:45 Meet in front of the bronze statue of Split

    10:00 Departure, travel by highway

    11:30 Arrival at Krka National Park

    12:00 – 16:00 Free time to swim, explore the park, and have lunch

    16:00 Panoramic ride along the coast

    17:30 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

    After checking in at our agency, located right in the center of town at Dosud 4, our guide will escort you to our air-conditioned bus to begin the journey. The drive from Split to Krka National Park will fly by as we take the highway route north to the famous park.

    Upon our arrival to Krka National Park, you’ll quickly encounter the most extensive travertine system in this part of Europe – the Skradinski buk waterfall. But that’s not all. It won’t take long for you to comprehend the grandeur of the national park, which boasts a lush forest adorned with unique flora and fauna and the rejuvenating Krka river that runs through it. We hope you have your phone charger in tow – it’s likely your battery will drown from your unstoppable will to snap photos.


    While you have time to explore the park, make sure you follow the educational trails which uncover the cultural and historical heritage of Krka, as well as the park’s flora and fauna. You’ll even get to admire some of its archaeological and ethnological monuments! And be sure to use the wooden bridges and paths as your guide as they’ll lead you to some of the best viewpoints inside the park.


    Once you’ve checked off your time for exploration, it’s your turn for a much-needed swim! Make sure you follow the signs to know where swimming is permitted. Secure a spot to sprawl out on the grass and embrace the nature around you. This is your time for rest and recuperation.

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    Since the Krka adventure is bound to work up an appetite, you’ll have the chance to dine out in nature at a Dalmatian tavern. This is your chance to enjoy the local cuisine before making the trip back to Split.

    Ticket Info

    Price per person: € 27

    Included in Price

    Fuel surcharge
    Local taxes
    Transport by air-conditioned Bus


    National park entrance ticket
    Food and drinks
    Gratuities (optional)



    Useful Tips before Tour

    • If you enjoy photography then bring your camera as the tour is filled with magnificent sights
    • In case you are visiting in summer make sure to bring swimm wear and sun protection
    • Wear clothes suitable for the season you are visiting. Make sure it’s comfortable for walking and exploring the park

    Meeting Point and Arrival Info

    Meeting point: is on the main Riva Promenade, in front of the bronze model of the town (Model Grada Splita). Address: Hrvatskog Narodnog Preporoda 23, 21 000 Split

    Arriving by car

    July and August can get very busy, so we recommend you get clear instructions about available parking
    view nearby parking map

    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
    view bus map

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