Krka Waterfalls and Trogir Tour
€ 40 per person
Hotel pick up Service
Hotel pickup is available on request from selected hotels:
Le Meridien Lav Split, Grljevacka 2A, Podstrana 21312 Croatia
Krka National Park & Trogir Tour description
Breakaway from the busy Split streets and join our Krka tour to propel yourself into the unspoiled natural beauty of Krka National Park.
On this tour, you’ll have the chance to bathe in the Krka river and baptize yourself by the famous Skradinski buk waterfall, take a leisurely walk through Croatia’s intact nature and enjoy educational workshops that uncover the cultural heritage of the area.
But that’s not all – on this tour, you’ll also get to explore the town of Trogir, a UNESCO World Heritage site that has roots back to the 3rd-century.
08:00 – 08:15 Departure from Split Riva
09:00 – 10:00 Sightseeing of Trogir town
11:00 – 11:30 Panoramic boat cruise to Skradinski buk
11:30 – 12:30 Guided tour of Skradinski buk
12:30 – 15:00 Free time for swimming and exploring the park
16:45 – 17:15 Arrival to Split
Designated stopping time at each destination may vary depending on weather conditions and number of visitors. If so, the itinerary may be adjusted in compliance with the guest to provide the best tour experience.
Important: Face covering is mandatory on this tour. Please bring your own face mask!
|•||Day trip from Split to Krka and Trogir combines the best of Croatia’s nature and culture|
|•||An air-conditioned luxury vehicle with free Wi-Fi access|
|•||Sightseeing of the an town of Trogir- one of the oldest in Croatia and an UNESCO World Hertitage Site|
|•||Visit the medival Kamerlengo castle|
|•||Folow the nature’s trails along the waterfalls and travertine barriers|
|•||The unique experience of swimming under the famous cascades|
|•||Hotel pick up and drop off (on request)|
|•||Rain ponchos in case of bad weather|
|•||Food and drinks|
Krka and Trogir Tour Experience
Did you know that Krka is just one of eight national parks in Croatia? The best way to beat the city heat, this tour shows you the other side of Croatia; a side where nature is king.
While we can never get enough of Croatia’s coastline, our visit to Krka guarantees an unforgettable day embracing the best that nature has to offer.The tour begins in the early morning after we pick you up in our luxury air-conditioned minivan or minibus.
How far is Split from Krka National Park?
Thanks to the stellar landscape, captivating coastline, and unique panoramic views of the villages and towns like Trogir, the ride from Split to Krka will fly by. Depending on the traffic, the trip takes approximately an hour and a half, following the sea from Split to the city of Šibenik where we turn towards Skradinski Buk and the official start of our Krka tour.
However, this short ride from Split to Krka has been enhanced for your pleasure thanks to our air-conditioned vehicle and free Wi-Fi access during the entire trip. And we’ve even decided to cut it in half by showing you the charm of Trogir along the way.
Old town of Trogir
After approximately 30 minutes, we’ll stop to explore one of the most exciting cities in central Dalmatia. Namely, the old town of Trogir became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1997, and as you can imagine, its popularity has only grown since then.Set on the Adriatic coast, this museum town is wrapped in medieval walls and is linked by a bridge to the mainland. A town with more than 2,300 years of tradition, you’ll have the chance to visit the Kamerlengo castle, wind your way through the narrow alleyways, look up for the towers and dance to the sound of bells. People-watch on the waterfront promenade while sipping a coffee and sit back in one of the many bars. And we promise, you won’t want to miss the chance to climb up the bell tower for the best views of Trogir.
After Trogir, we’ll make our way to Krka and begin with a visit to Skradin, a quaint riverside town with a variation of brightly painted buildings and stark stone houses and the remnants of a fortress towering above it. Believe it or not, Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft, recommended that readers of Forbes magazine visit Skradin and Croatia. So if Gates says to go, what are you waiting for?
Scenic ride of Krka Canyon
From Skradin we will take a scenic boat ride through the Krka canyon towards Skradinski buk, which acts a stage for the beauty of the surrounding area. Have your cameras ready because you won’t stop snapping photos for your friends and family back home.
Krka Waterfalls tour
The boat ride will drop us off precisely at Skradinski buk, where we’ll immediately encounter the jaw-dropping allure that Krka National Park offers. Recall, Skradinski buk is the largest travertine cascade system in Europe.
We’ll stroll guided by the paths of the park, following the wooden bridges over flowing streams with the gushing waterfalls in the distance. We will continue onto the educational nature trails and enjoy an authentic ethno presentation that reveals how the river has allowed life to thrive in this area throughout the centuries. You’ll also learn that the remains of history like stone houses and watermills have been turned into souvenir shops and exhibition spaces.
After your walk through the park, you will have enough free time to take a bite out of the local cuisine or enjoy the liberating feeling of swimming by the waterfalls within the protected area of the park.
Experience traditional Dalmatian cuisine
Because your day of exploring Krka National Park is destined to work up an appetite, you’ll also have the chance to delight in the delicacies of authentic Dalmatian cuisine in a traditional tavern.
Meeting point is main tourist bus terminal (taxi station) in the old Split town. It is located between Obala Lazareta and Poljana kneza Trpimira, near “Terminal F” restaurant and red letters SPLIT photo sign.
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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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Bring with you
|•||If you are traveling in in pre-season or post-season (spring, autumn and winter) don’t forget to bring warm clothes and an umbrella|
|•||If you are traveling in summer time please bring a towel and sunscreen as swimming is allowed in the park|
|•||Wear casual clothes and comfortable shoes for walking.|
|•||Bring a snack and water with you to make your trip as comfortable as possible, and don’t forget to bring your camera to capture all the beautiful sights|
|•||Confirmation will be received at time of booking|
|•||Guests must be at the meeting point 15 minutes before departure|
|•||Children must be accompanied by an adult|
|•||Infants ticket is free of charge and they must sit on laps|
|•||Most travelers can participate|
|•||We keep the right to alter or adjust the itinerary due to traffic or bad weather condition|
Park Entrance Ticket
Entrance fee to the national park is not included in the tour ticket. You will be charged additional entrance fee on the day of departure according to the table below. Please prepare the exact amount.
|TICKET TYPE||1.4. – 31.5.||1.6. – 30.9.||1.10. – 31.10.|
|Children up to 7 y. old||free of charge||free of charge||free of charge|
|Children from 7 to 18 y. old||HRK 80||HRK 120||HRK 80|
|Adults||HRK 100||HRK 200||HRK 100|