Krka Waterfalls

Excursion explained

Krka National Park is, because of its beauty and natural splendor, one of the most attractive and the most visited national parks in Croatia. Main attraction of the Krka National Park is the biggest and last of the seven travertine waterfalls, Skradinski Buk.

Our trip to Krka National Park includes departure from Tribunj and Vodice, a boat ride with stunning panoramic views of the island of Prvić, St. Nichola’s fort, St. Athony’s canal, Šibenik bay and Krka River canyon, where we pass across the Prokljan lake as well. Lunch is served on board, and after we arrive to the entrance of the Krka National Park, Skradinski buk, guests have free time for visiting the waterfalls, mills, swimming, etc.

In case of group trips, we can organize a tour led by a licensed tour guide in the national park, at the location Skradinski buk (in desired language).

Boat Jastog rests and waits you calmly while you enjoy the beauty of Skradinski buk Waterfall

Jastog sails through the center of Šibenik’s history, the oldest Croatian town with A Tale of Two UNESCO Heritage Sites