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From Split or Trogir: Krka National Park and Šibenik Tour

1. From Split or Trogir: Krka National Park and Šibenik Tour

Discover Krka National Park and Šibenik on a guided day tour from Split or Trogir. Witness the Skradinski Buk and Roški Slap waterfalls and swim in the clear water. Admire panoramic views of Visovac Island. Your first stop is Skradinski Buk Waterfall for a guided tour of the local area. Many of the stone houses and watermills have now been transformed into small museums with various exhibits. Walk through a network of pathways and wooden bridges near the waterfalls. Relax and swim at Roški Slap Waterfall. After, you can eat an optional lunch in a typical Dalmatian restaurant. You can enjoy selected wines, as well as delicious traditional homemade food like prosciutto, cheese, and bread. Then move on to the Krka River canyon. Along the way, see the breathtaking panorama of Visovac Island. After, continue to Šibenik to see the sights of the town including the St. James’s Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Finally, return to Split along the beautiful coastal road, passing picturesque villages and islands.

From Split or Trogir: Krka Waterfalls and Šibenik

2. From Split or Trogir: Krka Waterfalls and Šibenik

Embark on a journey by bus to see some of Croatia's most stunning natural wonders in Krka National Park. Before visiting a historic town, follow your guide through the park's pathways, marvelling at its clear waterfalls. Begin your day with a drive that takes you between the Dalmatian coast and the hinterland. You enjoy views of Trogir, Split, and the surrounding landscape that features abundant greenery and picturesque villages. On this full-day excursion, your first stop will be in Šibenik to see the sights of the town, including the UNESCO-protected St. Jacob’s Cathedral. As you continue the drive you’ll have great views of the coast and offshore islands, and hear from your guide about the area's history. The next stop is in Krka National Park, at the Krka waterfalls. Walk along the wooden paths through the park’s stunning scenery, and hear the singing of rare birds and seawater mills that have been in action for centuries. See the magnificent Skradinski Buk, the biggest waterfall in the park, and one of the most beautiful cliff waterfalls in Europe. Visit Peninsula Primošten. Some of Croatia’s best-voted beaches are native to Primošten, and its vineyards are even on the UNESCO World Heritage sites. Enjoy in this medieval island town to swim, chill, eat, or take a scenic stroll.

From Split: Krka NP with Lunch, Liqueur Tasting and Snacks

3. From Split: Krka NP with Lunch, Liqueur Tasting and Snacks

Discover the wonders of Krka National Park on a tour from Split. See the Skradinski Buk and Roški waterfalls and swim in the clear water. Learn about the park from guides and try local spirits. Depart Split and travel in air-conditioned comfort to Krka National Park. Take photos of the spectacular scenery in real time as you drive towards the impressive waterfalls of the park. Visit three of the nicest locations within Krka National Park starting at Skradinski Buk waterfalls, the largest travertine waterfall in Europe, with a stop for a view of the 2,000-year old town of Skradin located within the Krka National Park river canyon. Cross the lake by boat on arrival, and get around 4 hours of free time to relax, go for a swim, or learn more about the natural history of the park from the on-hand guides. Take in stunning views of the Island of Visovac, one of the most photographed islands in Croatia. Go on a stroll through this very relaxed part of the park, noting all the beautiful flora and the fauna of the park in the best way possible. Continue to the Roški waterfalls, Krka is a secret corner of the park which is still relatively undiscovered by commercial tourism. Visit the Ethno village and its 700-year-old watermill. Enjoy an optional traditional meal at a waterside restaurant. Savor the local meats, salads, and cheese platter paired with regional white or red wine. On the way back to Split, stop at a local konoba or homestead restaurant. Try out complimentary schnapps and liquors which are produced on the homestead. Please note that in the winter months (from November 1–March 31), the park closes early, the boat trip from Skradin is unavailable, and the restaurant is closed. As a result, you'll leave the park at approximately 2 PM and visit the seaside city of Trogir for about 1 hour. Explore this beautiful town and enjoy lunch there prior to returning to Split at approximately 4 PM.

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I couldn’t recommend this experience more! It exceeded our expectations and there was the perfect amount with our tour guide Ernest compared to time on our own. We were able to do as we pleased in our own time which was perfect when there are a variety of people that want different things within the group. Ernest was such a joy to be around and a fantastic tour guide who was always happy and his spirits were high. We noticed he made an effort with all nationalities and made it welcoming for everyone. Highly recommend if you’re thinking about booking it! We’d both do it again whenever we come back so thank you! :)

The trip was a real highlight of our holiday and this was largely down to how amazing our tour guide Ernest was. The waterfalls and Sibenik were absolutely stunning and we managed to get some beautiful photographs but it’s the tour guides that make the real difference. There’s a bit of driving between the sites on the tour but the time flew by with the stories and information that he was providing throughout the journey. He took the time to get to know each of us and add that personal touch to the tour making it even better. Thank you Ernest!

Our guide, Ernest, was fantastic. My husband and I have been on MANY of these guided day trips and without and doubt Ernest was the best guide we've ever had. He was informative, funny, and incredibly friendly. You can tell he's been doing this for years because he knows the exact balance of giving information without getting boring. Seriously, the way that he summarized 900 years of history was masterful. He also made a point to talk and connect with everyone, even though our group was rather big. Amazing experience.

Perfect trip everything is done for you. Just turn up and enjoy. Ernest the tour guide spoke good English and was very informative and very entertaining he made the trip the best it could have been.

We’d recommend this tour to anyone visiting Croatia! The scenery at krka was truly breathtaking and the whole day was wonderful. Our guide was awesome and told us about the history of each island.