Krka National Park Walking Tour & City of Šibenik

From Split

Krka National Park Walking Tour & City of Šibenik

Join us for a carefree adventure on a full-day tour of the national park Krka waterfalls from Split or Trogir! Our first stop is in Šibenik city, the oldest Croatian native city, where you can check out the local hotspots, including the UNESCO-protected St. Jacob’s Cathedral, roam through the quaint and charming streets, and snap some insta-worthy pics.

Next up, we’re taking you to the national park Krka, just 15 km from Šibenik, for a one-of-a-kind adventure through the forest pathways. Your guide will lead you through the diverse flora and fauna, and you’ll marvel at the seven travertine waterfalls, including Bilušića Buk, Brljan, Manojlovački slap, Rošnjak, Miljacka slap, Roški slap, and Skradinski Buk – the highest cascade in the Mediterranean (46m). You might even see some wild animals along the way, so keep your eyes peeled! You’ll have plenty of free time to grab a bite to eat at one of the many local restaurants. And don’t worry, we’ve got you covered – we won’t leave without you!

Price per person: 70 €

Child (7-14): 46 €

Child (0-6): 32,50 €

Minimum number of people: 2

Location: Šibenik, National Park Krka, Primošten

Duration: 9 hours

Difficulty: easy / moderate

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!

This tour is not recommended for people with walking disabilities.

The operator has the right to cancel tours without previous notice in bad weather conditions.

What's Included

to Krka National Park
of Šibenik
VAT / Tax, Insurance

What to Bring

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

Discover the stunning Krka National Park and historic city of Šibenik

You’ll visit the charming city of Šibenik with its UNESCO-protected St. Jacob’s Cathedral before exploring the diverse flora and fauna of Krka National Park, and marvel at the seven stunning waterfalls, including the highest cascade in the Mediterranean, Skradinski Buk.

Also available as a private tour

Price per person
Adult: 70 €
Child (7-14): 46,00 €
Child (0-6): 32,50 €
01.04. - 31.10.
8:30 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.