Swim under the most beautiful waterfalls in the National park Krka!
Swimming season in the National Park Krka finally started! Take an advantage and unique opportunity to refresh warm summer days under the Skradinski Buk – the highest waterfall divided into 17 stunts. Discover the beauty of National Park Krka and become one of many thrilled visitors! Our transfer from Split to National Park Krka is going every day! Entry fee for National park Krka is discounted!
What to do in the National park Krka?
Except swimming in the natural pool, youths will be impressed with a glorious view and great selfie points in the park. We promise you many great photos for your social networks! Families with the kids will surely choose walking on the wooden footpaths. Athletes can entertain in their own way- long runways will definitely make them happy! Seniors can relax in the shade of trees, maybe enjoy a coffee, beer or eating an ice cream?
What to wear for the National park Krka?
During the summer season, visitors should wear something comfortably and lightly. Take your swimsuit, towel, flip flops, sunscreen protection, and hat. If the mosquitoes love you, take with you spray to prevent mosquito bites.
What & where to eat in the park?
If you get hungry, there are restaurants in the park, with a quite good offer of traditional Mediterranean cuisine, but you can take with you food and beverages in case you want to do your own picnic.
Capture the moment! One of the incredible things you can see in the heart of the park is small island Visovac. You can visit Visovac by a boat. Explore historical Franciscan monastery from the 15th century, and fill your energy with a dose of a positivity. Enrich your knowledge in 30 minutes of sightseeing.
How to get to the National Park Krka from Split?
National park Krka is about 80 km away from Split. Transfers from the Split are really well organized in the air-conditioned bus. Choosing our transfers, it will take approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes. Book your day trip here.
In case you decide to go on your own, read our instructions. Enter the highway A1 Split-Zagreb (Šibenik) and follow the sign National Park Krka. At the entrance of the park is a parking lot, you can park there, but you have to be aware of the high prices. Due to that, the best way to visit the National park Krka is through an organized tour. Organized transfer and tickets will save your money and time.
Whatever you choose, don’t miss an opportunity to create lifetime memories in the National Park Krka! Spend a day surrounded by the amazing nature and crystal waterfalls.