Explore the ecological diversity of the Krka National Park on this 8-hour tour. Marvel at the 17 waterfalls at Skradinski Buk and with the help of your guide take a walk along this fascinating ecosystem. You will also have some free time to explore the nature trails, monastery, workshops, watermills, and other falls in this region.
Discover the ecologically diverse Krka National Park on this boat tour from Zadar. The park covers an area of just over 142 square km (88 square miles). The top attraction in the park is its magnificent waterfalls including the famous Skradinski Buk Falls; one of Croatia's most famous sights.
Due to its special position and its various types of habitat, the park is characterized by exceptionally rich and varied flora and fauna. The abundance of various species of birds and the significance of Krka National Park for spring and fall migrations make this an ideal tour for both the amateur and experienced birdwatcher. After pick-up in Zadar, drive to Skradin, where you'll board a boat for a 30-minute ride. Take a guided walking tour past Skradinski buk, and then visit the park's ethno collection, mills, and weaving workshops. You'll return to Zadar at around 17:00.
Krka river flows through a canyon 75 kilometers long and flows into the Adriatic sea near Sibenik city and creates beautiful travertine waterfalls. In 1985 Krka was declared as National Park.