From Split: Krka National Park Day Trip with Boat Ride

From Split: Krka National Park Day Trip with Boat Ride

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Embark on a day trip to Krka National Park to see some of Croatia’s most beautiful natural spots, with a stop in medieval town Primošten included.

About this tour

Free cancellation
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Covid-19 precautions
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Duration 9 hours
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Live tour guide
English

The Original experience

Itinerary
7 hours
  • Split

  • 75 minutes
  • Boat cruise

  • Krka National Park (guided tour)

    • Optional
  • Krka National Park (free time)

  • Primošten (free time)

  • 1 hour
  • Split

Meeting point
Main stop
Other stop
Highlights
  • Explore some of Croatia’s most beautiful natural hotspots, including beautiful waterfalls
  • Relax and enjoy the views on a boat trip to the national park
  • Mold your day to suit you, with an optional guided tour at Krka National Park and free time in Primošten
  • Check out medieval Primošten, its beloved beaches, and UNESCO-nominated vineyards
  • Benefit from roundtrip transfers to and from Split
Full description
Make the most of your time in Croatia with a day trip to Krka National Park, one of the country’s most beautiful natural hotspots. See everything from waterfalls to medieval towns along the way.  Meet your guide and driver in Split before heading out to Skradin. Catch a relaxing boat ride to Krka National Park from here, with guaranteed unforgettable vistas on the way.   Once on the other side, benefit either from a roughly 1-hour complimentary guided tour of Krka, or the freedom to explore on your own. Either way, enjoy extra time after the optional guided tour to explore.  Whether it’s of flowing waterfalls at Skrandinski Buk, or historical flour mills, or wood trails, snap some photo opportunities of the unbelievable scenic views in front of you.  If you are traveling during the high season (June-September), board a bus to the postcard-worthy town of Primošten. Enjoy a couple of hours in this medieval island town to swim, chill, eat, sample wine tasters, or take a scenic stroll.  Some of Croatia’s best voted beaches are native to Primošten, and its vineyards are even on the UNESCO World Heritage sites’ waiting list. During the low season, when the weather is too cold for swimming, visit the picturesque city of Šibenik, famous for it impressive historical fortresses and known as a gateway to the National Park Kornati. Finish off the day with a transfer back to Split in time for the early evening.
Includes
  • Roundtrip transfer to and from Split
  • Air-conditioned bus with Wi-Fi
  • Tour guide
  • Entry ticket to Krka National Park with skip-the-ticket-line access (if option selected)
  • Bottled water going back to Split
  • Insurance
  • Entry ticket to Krka National Park (if option not selected, buy on-trip)
  • Food and drinks
Not suitable for
  • Wheelchair users
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • We’re enforcing extra health and safety measures for GetYourGuide Originals
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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    Meeting point

    • In front of St. Francis Church, at the beginning of Riva Promenade. Address: Trg dr. Franje Tuđmana, Split • Please arrive 15 minutes before the scheduled tour start time • Look for a greeter wearing GetYourGuide attire and a bus

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    Important information

    What to bring

    • Comfortable shoes
    • Swimwear
    • Towel
    • Sunscreen
    • Student card

    Know before you go

    • Please note that during the low season (April, May, and October) when the weather is too cold for swimming and other beach activities, the tour will visit the picturesque city of Šibenik instead of stopping in Primošten
    •  Swimming is not allowed in the national park.
    •  Choose the option that includes your Krka National Park entry tickets to avoid buying the tickets separately on-trip. Otherwise, you will need to buy your entry tickets on-trip as a ticket is necessary to enter the park.
    •  Krka National Park ticket prices are as follows:
    • - Adults: 150 HRK (June-September) / 75 HRK (April, May, and October)
    • - Students (with ID): 60 HRK (June-September) / 30 HRK (April, May, and October)
    • - Children 7 years and above: 60 HRK (June-September) / 30 HRK (April, May, and October)
    • Children aged 6 and under can enter Krka National Park free of charge
    Customer reviews

    Overall rating

    4.8 /5

    based on 196 reviews

    Review summary

    • Guide
      4.8/5
    • Transportation
      4.7/5
    • Value for money
      4.6/5
    • Safety
      4.7/5
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    This is a must do! We had a very informed tour full of facts on the way to the national park in the air conditioned coach (~60 people) and enjoyed the boat ride into Krka on the beautiful waters. The waterfalls are spectacular and Primosten was lovely to stop for a swim. Thanks Dubra for the recommendations for our holiday and for all of your impressive history knowledge!

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    July 31, 2021

    Great day in Krka. Our excellent guide told us many stories about the park and satiated our curiosities in the form of questions about the country. Highly recommended. The only downside is that there are a lot of people in summer. And now it is totally forbidden to bathe in the main waterfall.

    July 30, 2021

    Amazing experience. Fantastic customer service and very professional. The guide was very knowledgeable and was extremely helpful. Her English was fantastic and it was a very enjoyable trip. However I would not recommend the trip for young children. There is ALOT of waking and also many many many stairs to climb. It’s really tough with children and you will struggle with children below 12 years old. Also please note that you will need to climb stairs and if you are not used to this, it does become difficult and drains all the energy especially as it is hot weather as well.

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    July 24, 2021

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