Krka Waterfalls Tour from Split with 30-Min River Cruise

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534 Reviews

Krka Waterfalls Tour from Split with 30-Min River Cruise

From US$ 304.29 Per group up to 8

Discover the breathtaking beauty of Krka National Park on an 8-hour scenic tour from Split. Swim in crystal clear waters, and see the 1st hydroelectric power station in Europe. Take a cruise down the Krka River and marvel at the Skradinski buk waterfalls.

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Duration 8 hours
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Live tour guide
English
Booklets
English
Pickup included
The guide will meet you at the place that suits you the most, as long as he can park his vehicle close to it.

Experience

Itinerary
8 hours
  • Split

  • Krka National Park (boat cruise)

  • Krka National Park (free time)

  • Split

Meeting point
Main stop
Highlights
  • See Europe's largest travertine cascades at the Skradinski buk waterfalls
  • Swim in the crystal clear waters of the Krka River
  • Explore the waterfall surrounds by wooden walkway
  • Discover Europe's first hydroelectric power station
  • Visit the Ethno Museum in one of the old mills
Full description
Escape the hustle and bustle of Split city center on a full-day tour of one of Croatia’s most beautiful national parks at Krka. Meet your guide at the Golden Gate of the Diocletian Palace for the air-conditioned transfer to Krka National Park (an approximate 1-hour drive) or drive straight to park in private vehicle, option selected dependent. Upon arrival, go to the small town of Skradin to take a short boat cruise down the Krka River. Disembark at the Skradinski buk waterfalls, and marvel at Europe’s largest travertine cascade system. Enjoy approximately 4 hours of free time to spend as you like. During summer season swim in the crystal clear waters of the lower lake (Krka Waterfalls is the only National Park in Croatia where swimming is allowed), or explore the falls and surrounding forest by the wooden walkway. Enjoy the fresh air and wild nature, or go to the Ethno Museum in one of the old mills. See the remains of ancient settlements and small stone houses, along with the 1st hydroelectric power station in Europe.
Includes
  • Transfers by air-conditioned bus
  • Ethno Museum and old watermills
  • Visit to the 1st hydroelectric power station in Europe
  • Boat cruise along the Krka River
  • Entrance tickets to Krka National Park
Not suitable for
  • Wheelchair users
COVID-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds

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Important information

What to bring

  • Comfortable shoes
  • Sunglasses
  • Sun hat

Know before you go

  • During summer season* swimming is allowed at the national park Krka
  • Swimming season is officially regulated by the National Park 'Krka' so it is subject to change
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.2 / 5

based on 534 reviews

Review summary

  • Service
    4.3 / 5
  • Organization
    4.3 / 5
  • Value for money
    4 / 5
  • Safety
    4.5 / 5
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We were lucky to have a lovely guide, Daniela, whom gave us a lot of information during the day and kept in touch in our free time at the waterfalls. She loves her job and it shows by the way she interacts with the crowd and goes above and beyond to make your experience memorable! After the boat trip from the waterfalls we had a delicious meal in Skradin.

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5 September 2020

Not to be missed, Krka Waterfalls is a must see.

The National Park and Waterfalls are spectacular. Definitely worth a visit and October is the best time to go when there aren't the huge crowds of the Summer months. The Tour Guide could have paid more attention to her 'whole' group especially when we first met her, she went marching off at a fast pace round corners and through busy streets without waiting for the stragglers or more elderly in the party to catch up. We had no idea where we were to catch the bus from. She did not tell us how far we were going to walk to catch the bus, nor did she check that we were all close behind her. Asthma sufferers, as we both are, find it difficult walking at the same speed as the youngsters. Also, disappointing that so many people were crammed on to the one boat per hour on a 30minute trip. Health and Safety didn't seem a concern to those running the trip. I doubt very much that there were enough life jackets on board for the number of people that were on the boat we were on.

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16 October 2019

The tour was good. Our guide Josipa was lovely. Very informative. Unfortunately there was no swimming allowed when we were there, not a problem at all it just meant there was a lot of extra time at the park. We also did an extra stop at a winery which was great. Otherwise it could have been condensed into a half day trip.

16 October 2019

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