Krka National Park and Waterfalls

  • Port

    Sibenik, Croatia

  • Activity level

    high

  • Activity type

    TBC

  • Wheelchair accessible

    NO

  • Price per adult

    from

    USDTBC per person

  • Minimum age

    12

  • Duration

    4.5 Hours

  • Meals included

    Yes

Covering an area of 142 square miles, the Krka National Park was established to protect the middle and lower stretches of the River Krka. The river begins its journey inside a canyon and spills over into spectacular waterfalls, forming a series of lakes and rapids.

Visit the most impressive part of the Park, Skradinski Buk. This great clear, natural pool boasts the biggest waterfall in the Park. From a height of 147 feet, the impressive waterfall cascades down 17 steps and is considered to be one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Europe.

Above the falls, a large plateau offers spectacular panoramic views and wonderful photograph opportunities and you will be able to view a small ethnological exhibition, and an old grinding mill that is still in operation today. During your free time at Skradinski Buk, explore the area further via one of the walking trails.

Complete your tour with a pleasant 20 minute scenic boat ride, taking you along the Krka River from Skardinski Buk to the small town of Skradin.