Krka National Park Day Tour

From Split

Krka National Park Day Tour

Join our unforgettable group day tour from Split to Krka National Park, one of Croatia’s most popular destinations, attracting thousands of visitors each year. This stunning natural and karst phenomenon remains largely untouched, offering an area of extraordinary natural beauty. The park’s spectacular waterfalls are a must-see!

Our tour highlights Skradinski Buk, the longest waterfall on the Krka River, renowned for its cascading beauty and inviting swimming area. The half-day tour includes a scenic 1 hour and 30 minute drive, followed by 5 hours of free time to explore the park. Stroll along the boardwalk, enjoy a leisurely lunch, snap iconic photos, or simply relax in nature’s embrace.

Don’t miss the renovated watermills, rolling mills, washing columns, and charming souvenir shops in Ethno Village at Krka National Park. This tour is a top choice for anyone visiting sunny, warm Split. Among the many tours from Split, the trip to Krka National Park stands out as one of the most fascinating and memorable experiences.

Price per person: 27 € (tickets not included)

Minimum number of people: 1

Maximum number of people: 50 per group

Location: National Park Krka

Duration: 8 hours 15 minutes

Difficulty: easy

Previous experience: not necessary

Minimum age: 0

Kids on tour: Please let us know before the tour if you will bring children. Kids are always welcome at our company; they just need to come along with an adult!

Start time: 9 am
Live guide: English

Stop At: Krka National Park, Skradin

• One hour and 30 minutes of pleasant drive to Krka National Park (air conditioned, Wi-Fi) • Exploring mighty waterfalls, strolling the wooden pathways, enjoying fresh air and immense beauty

Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Skradinski Buk Waterfall, Visovacko jezero, Krka National Park Croatia

• We have picked one iconic waterfall at the Krka NP called Skradinski Buk – the longest waterfall on the Krka river.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Skradin, Šibenik-Knin County, Dalmatia

• After guiding you through the park we’ll take a short bus ride to the picturesque town of Skradin on the other side of Krka. The best part will be making up for the missed swim in the river Krka on the beach where the river pours into the Adriatic sea.

Duration: 2 hours

*Swimming in the park is not allowed, but you will have free time in the small city.
*Entry fee to the National Park not included in the ticket price

CATEGORY   1./2./3./11./12.   4./5./10.   6./7./8./9.
Adults   5 euro   16 euro   30 euro
Groups of students ** Groups of children** (from 7 to 18)   4 euro   10 euro   15 euro
Children 7 years and younger   Free   Free    Free 


  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Infant seats available
  • Transportation is wheelchair accessible


What's Included

Transport & Guide
WiFi and restroom on board
on entry ticket
in Skradin city
Not included
Lunch, Entry/Admission to Krka National Park

What to Bring

Sunglasses, sun protective clothing, a sun hat, sports clothes and comfortable shoes

Venture into Croatia’s stunning forests with a day trip to Krka National Park.

Marvel at the park’s breathtaking waterfalls, take a refreshing dip on a hot day, enjoy a scenic boat ride, and more. This excursion offers a perfect blend of nature, relaxation, and adventure, making it an ideal getaway from the city.

Also available as a private tour

9:00 am - Daily departures
You will receive detailed meeting point information on the voucher upon booking this tour.

National Parks FAQ

Looking for answers to your questions about our tours and travel to Croatia? You’ve come to the right place! Check out our FAQ section for information on National parks tours.

If you require any further information, feel free to contact us.

The duration of national park tours can vary depending on the park and the tour operator. Typically, tours can last from half a day to a full day.
It’s recommended to bring comfortable shoes for walking, a hat, sunscreen, and a water bottle. It’s also advisable to bring a camera to capture the park’s stunning scenery.
Yes, you can bring food and drinks to the national park. However, it’s important to follow the park’s rules and regulations regarding litter and waste disposal.
Yes, national park tours can be a great family activity, but it’s important to choose a tour that is suitable for the children’s age and abilities.
Swimming is allowed in some areas of Krka National Park and Paklenica National Park, but it’s important to follow the park’s rules and regulations regarding swimming.
Yes, hiking is a popular activity in all three national parks in Dalmatia. However, it’s important to choose a trail that is suitable for your fitness level and abilities.