Krka waterfalls and boat cruise from Imotski

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Krka National Park is the second most visited national park in Croatia. Except of scenic spots along the river Krka, it is characterized by rich and varied flora and fauna. There are 860 species of plants, but the river Krka is more interesting because of animal species. 20 species of fish inhabit the river Krka, among which 10 are endemic, making the Krka a natural landmark of the highest category, but also one of the richest European rivers. The trails and lookout points of Krka National Park are equipped with educational panels which provide detailed information about flora and fauna in the park. There are stone houses, workshops, exhibits and water-mills which evoke the past of this area.

Included in price

· entrance ticket for NP Krka

· guide

Additional info

· Excursion suitable for children and adults · Guide (available on request) · In Krka National Park, visitors are not allowed to bathe outside of clearly marked bathing areas · Cancellation policy: we charge a cancellation fee of 100% if booking is cancelled a day or less before the excursion. · Bring comfortable footwear · Wear appropriate clothes · Bring sunglasses, hat, sunscreen · Bring swimsuit and towel


09:30 departure from Imotski and other pick up points

1. visiting a small town Skradin - one of the oldest places on the Croatian side of the Adriatic sea

2. continuing the excursion by panoramic boat

3. after a 30 min boat ride we come to the Skradinski buk waterfall

4. NP Krka – 3 hours of free time for sightseeing, walking, swimming in the river etc.


On our way to NP Krka we will visit a small town Skradin – one of the oldest places in Croatian side of the Adriatic sea. From Skradin we continue our journey on a panoramic boat, the boat ride lasts for 30 minutes and the next stop is Skradinski kuk waterfall. This waterfall is the most significant place in National park and one of the most famous Croatian natural attractions. Buk is made up of 17 tufa steps spanning 800 metres in length. On Skradinski buk you can see ethnographic collection, old water-mills, baskets and stamping-mills - devices formerly used for washing clothes and textiles