Private and VIP tours to KRKA park from Omis

The spring and autumn months will be quieter with mild weather, while the winter transforms the park into an icy wonderland. Depending on your vibe, Krka National park is never a bad time. Krka National Park is the seventh of Croatia’s eight national parks, which was proclaimed as so in 1985.

Located just north of Sibenik, the waterfalls of Krka National Park are a natural paradise just waiting to be experienced. Once you arrive, you’ll have approximately 4 to 4.5 hours of free time to experience the beauty of this incredible park. Head to the sublime Skradinski Buk waterfall, a breathtaking sight you’ll never forget. Your free time in the park begins at this amazing natural wonder.

See more of Croatia outside of Split on a private Krka national park tour and the city of Sibenik. You’ll reach the entrance of the park on a boat ride along a river, and then explore the park’s trails and waterfalls. Afterward, see the historical attractions and UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Sibenik, the oldest Croatian city on the coast of the Adriatic Sea. Krka is the seventh national park in Croatia known for its large number of lakes and waterfalls. It is named after the river Krka which is part of the park. The national park is located in central Dalmatia, 90 km away from Split.

When you get hungry, food and beverages are available for purchase in the park. On your return, enjoy the panoramic views on the drive through the Dalmatian countryside. I’ll admit it was partly because the journey time was shorter!

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Another highlight of the Krka National Park is only reachable by ferry. It’s a small island called Visovac with a monastery and a church on it, which were built in 1445 and rebuilt in the 18th century after being demolished. The monastery contains a big number of well-preserved artifacts, writs, and an old library. Additionally, you can go for a refreshing swim in a designated area with light blue freshwater right next to a massive waterfall called Skradinski Buk. You have a fantastic view over the chill-out area and some other parts of Krka from the nearby bridge. It’s actually quite nice to have a stopover for lunch or breakfast at a local restaurant.

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