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Krka waterfalls

Krka Waterfalls

Full day (up to 12 hours)

Krka is one of Croatian national parks, located in the middle part of Dalmatia, 15 min northeast of the city of Šibenik. National park of Krka is named after the river Krka which flows downriver. Skradinski buk, Roški Slap, Visovac Island are the highlights of Krka national park.

Skradinski Buk are collections of 17 waterfalls and range between them in height is 45 meters. It is considered as one of the most beautiful calcium carbonate waterfalls in Europe and it is most visited part of the park.

Roški slap attracts many visitors too and it is located near Miljevci and it could be reached by boat operated by national park or with public road. There are also walking and hiking trails that you can enjoy especially in a beautiful view.

Visovac is the island inside the park, on which is located Franciscan Monastery and could be reached by boat tour from Skradinski Buk. Interesting fact is that on the river of Krka was made first hydro power plant in Europe.

Suggested itinerary*:

08:00 departure from the Dubrovnik with short coffee break along the way

11:45 arrival in Skradin, visiting national park with some free time for lunch

16:15 departure towards Dubrovnik with short stop along the way

20:00 arrival in Dubrovnik

Price: 370€ (up to 3 passengers); 420 € (4 to 7 passengers)

Price includes: English speaking driver at Your disposal up to 12 hours, Mercedes car / minivan

Optional cost: lunch, local guide in National Park Krka, tickets and entrance fees

* Please note that this is our suggestion of the itinerary which can be tailored upon your wishes and preferences

* In case you would like to add to your reservation additional suggested activities, we will check availability, inform you about the cost and book them for you accordingly. Payment for those will be done on spot.