Krka National Park Private Tour
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Split Krka National Park Private Tour

Distance
180 km
Road type
Highway / Public road
Estimate time
7-8h

INCLUDED IN PRICE

Pickup & transfer
Wifi
Insurance
Water bottle

Krka National Park from Split Private Tour with Sibenik & Wine Tasting

Hire a private driver & vehicle for your Krka National Park from Split with Sibenik & Wine Tasting.

We provide you with door to door service as well as with luxury vehicle to make your day trip care free.

Being door to door service, your driver will be meeting you at your hotel/private accomodation address in Split.

In case of your hotel/private accomodation is located in strictly pedestrian zone, we will coordinate meeting point with your host or provide you with nearest possible meeting point, same is true return to Split.

Distance between Split and Krka National Park is 90 km. Duration of Private Tour, Krka National Park from Split with Sibenik & Wine Tasting is approx. 8 hours.

Upon arrival back to Split, Krka National Park from Split Private tour with Sibenik & Wine Tasting is finished.

Suggested Itinerary

  • 08:00 Departure from Split
  • 09:15 Arrival in town of Sibenik
  • 11:45 Visit Krka Waterfalls N.P.
  • 14:15 Arrival in Skradin, free time for lunch
  • 16:00 Departure towards Split
  • 17:15 Arrival in Split

Private Tour Includes

  • Krka N.P. Private Tour with Sibenik
  • Mercedes E class / V class
  • Professional English speaking driver
  • All cost related to the vehicle & driver
  • Available Wi-Fi in the vehicle
  • 0.5l bottle of water per passenger

What to expect on Krka National Park from Split Private Tour?

Your journey begins with meeting your driver at the given hotel / private accommodation address, at previously agreed time of departure.

You will enjoy in relaxing drive from Split to Sibenik through Croatian hinterland combined with some of the most beautiful landscapes through our mountain regions.

About 1:15 hours into our journey, first stop is town of Sibenik.

Town of Sibenik

Sibenik has located in central part of Adriatic coast. City stands on gateway to National Park Krka waterfalls and magnificent island archipelago wich surrounds Sibenik area. Sibenik was first mentioned in 1066. when Kresimir IV was Croatian King.

Impresive fortifications that protected the city from conquerors, impresive UNESCO heritage site, cathedral of St. Jacob, jewel of Reneissance architecture in Croatia. Just walking trough small historical streets of this, still undiscovered jem will show you some of the most stunning examples of architecture in Croatia!

Historical beauty of Sibenik with numerous fortresses, monestaries, churches, natural beauties in the area can be a great invitation to visit this city. If not, we can still add that Sibenik was also a shooting location for world wide popular Game of Thrones series.

After visiting Sibenik, our 20 minutes drive to Krka National Park begins.

Krka Waterfalls National Park

Arriving in Krka Waterfalls National Park, your driver will be leaving you at the entrance of the park where you will be meeting your tour guide for Krka Waterfalls (if you choose to have one) and your 2 hour adventure starts.


Krka National Park is a Croatian national park located on the Dalmatian coast, near the city of Sibenik.


Krka National Park is a beautiful place to visit and explore. It is one of Croatia’s most popular tourist attractions.


The park was established in 1949 and has been protected by UNESCO since 1979.


The park contains 16 waterfalls, including the most famous waterfall Skradinski Buk, which descends from an altitude of 60 meters over a width of 25 meters and whose total length is 3 kilometers.


After exploring National Park Krka Waterfalls, you board a boat (boat ride included in the price of the ticket for Krka N.P.) which takes you to medieval town of Skradin.

Town of Skradin

A short boat ride from National Park Krka Waterfalls, you arrive in Town of Skradin, picturesque medieval gem waiting for you to explore it.


Skradin is a town in Dalmatia, Croatia. It is located on the Adriatic coast, on the Dinaric Alps and the river Krka. The town was first mentioned in 1265 as “Skradin". Skradin was a medieval fortified town with walls and towers.


The area around Skradin was inhabited in prehistoric times by Illyrian tribes. The Greeks established colonies on the Adriatic coast during the early Classical period (6th century BC). After Rome annexed Dalmatia, it became part of the Byzantine Empire and later of Croatia.


Not only for history, Skradin is known for its superb traditional food. We highly recommend that you visit one of many local restaurants.


Once finished exploring Skradin's history and cuisine, our journey back to Split begins.

City of Split

Upon arrival in Split and your driver dropping you off at previous starting point of the tour, your Krka National Park from Split Private Tour is finished.

Enjoy Split and the rest of your vacation.

Optional Wine Tasting

When doing a Private Tour to Krka National Park from Split you can visit a local winery and try some of the finest wines produced in the area.

Private Wine Tasting

Enjoy exquisite wines from a small wine growing village of Plastovo, accompanied by local domestic delicacies.

Wine Tasting includes following:

  • Taste 4 different wines
  • Domestic delicacies such as; Dalmatian smoked ham, cheese, family produced domestic olive oil & bread

For Private Wine Tasting please contact us in advance to insure availability.

Price for the Private Wine Tasting is additional 40 EUR per person.

What about tickets for National Park Krka Waterfalls?

Tickets for National Park Krka Waterfalls are not included in the price of the tour and can be purchased in advance on Krka Waterfalls National Park website.

Tour Guide for Krka Waterfalls National Park

Tour guide for National Park Krka Waterfalls is not included in the price of the tour and can be provided upon client's request.

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What is Krka National Park from Split Private Tour?

Krka National Park from Split Private Tour, is Pre – Booked Private Chauffeur Service in Croatia offered to our clients.


Starting destianation and end destianation are previously agreed as well as the pick up time.

Price that is agreed upon is final and there are no additional fees or hidden fees.

For any further information we are at your disposal 24/7.

How do I book my Krka National Park from Split Private Tour?

For your convinience there is a simple 3 – Step Booking. 


After filing up basic transfer / day trip information you will be able to choose payment method.

If you choose to have, wine tasting and/or oyster tasting, contact us for pricing and further information.

What kind of vehicles can I choose from for my Private Tour?

For your Private Tour you can choose between Mercedes E class (up to 3 persons) & Mercedes V class (up to 7 persons).


For larger groups in need for a minibus, contact us for offer.

The best way to visit Krka National Park from Split?

The best way of visiting Krka National Park is by using a Private Transfer Service.


Our Professional and Knowledgeable Drivers will ensure that you experience your Private Tour in best possible way.

The Krka river flows through the park, creating a series of cascades and waterfalls. There are many hiking trails that lead visitors through the different sections of Krka. Krka national park is a beautiful national park in Croatia. It has many natural and cultural attractions that are worth visiting. Krka National Park is one of the most popular Croatian national parks.

The park is about an hour away from Split, Croatia’s second largest city, and it can be reached by car or bus. The Krka National Park was established in 1949 to protect the area's natural beauty and to provide a place for visitors to enjoy its scenery and wildlife. The park consists of three areas: the Krka River Valley, the wetlands of Mljet, and the Paklenica Canyon.

krka national park from split

A day trip from Split will allow you to visit Krka National Park which is only an hour away by car. The park offers visitors stunning views and plenty of opportunities for swimming and hiking.

split to krka private day trip

Split is a popular destination for tourists from all over the world. It is known for its rich history, cultural heritage and beautiful scenery. The city of Split is also very well connected to other parts of Croatia as it is situated on the coast.

This means that you can easily explore some of the other popular Croatian destinations such as Dubrovnik, Plitvice Lakes National Park, Zadar and more by taking a day trip from Split. Split is a beautiful city with lots of history and culture.

A day trip to National Park Krka is a must for any tourist visiting Split. Split to Krka Day Trip. Split is a beautiful city with lots of history and culture. A day trip to Krka National Park is a must for any tourist visiting Split.

If you're looking for more adrenaline-pumping activities, there's also rafting available on Krka River which is perfect for experienced rafters as well as beginners!

private day trip to krka

The Krka is a Croatian national park, located on the Dalmatian hinterland, on the border between Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is a UNESCO world heritage site.

Split is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Croatia. Apart from its stunning natural beauty, it offers a variety of entertainment and cultural attractions. There are many ways to explore Split, but a day trip is probably the best way to see all the highlights in a short amount of time. From historic landmarks to beautiful beaches, Split has something for everyone.

 The park's most prominent feature are its waterfalls of various lengths and heights, which are fed by natural springs from the karst groundwater that emanates from nearby mountains of Kozjak, Prenj and Čvrsnica.

from split to krka waterfalls tour

The park is one of Croatia's most famous natural landmarks. Krka national park is a beautiful place to visit. It's located in the Dalmatian hinterland, near the city of Šibenik and it is made up of a series of lakes, waterfalls and canyons.

 It was established in 1978 to protect one of Europe's last remaining large areas of unspoiled nature with its exceptional beauty, rich biodiversity, geomorph.

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