One of Croatia's most stunning natural paradises is Krka National Park. A pleasant drive through the karsts hinterland takes us to the place called Skradin, the place where Krka river flows into the sea, where you will embark the boat that will take you up the river to the entrance into the park. After the 30-40 minutes of boat ride through the fascinating upstream nature, you will enjoy sightseeing the pitoresque waterfalls cascading over 17 natural barriers, swim under the waterfalls and relax in this breathtaking scenario.
You will also visit the Ethno Village and get a grasp of the customs and traditions of this region. Then, we will walk you along the wooden paths to the magnificent Skradinski Buk Waterfall, the spot were the stunning beauty is fully expressed through the perennial play of water and sun.
You will also have free time for walking, sightseeing, taking photos and swimming in this beautiful environment. We will start our way back embarking the boat for the downstream trip for another 30-40 minutes, then we will continue to the city of Šibenik – the oldest Croatian town on the Adriatic Coast.
There we will enjoy sightseeing of one of the most valuable sacral monuments of Dalmatia – the Saint James Cathedral – under UNESCO protection – with its unique Renaissance architecture.
Krka waterfalls & Šibenik is a beautiful, relaxing trip suitable for all ages, and the combined land and water travel makes it even more interesting!