Discover the stunning beauty of Krka National Park with a local guide. Travel from Dubrovnik to explore an area known for its picturesque villages and series of deafening waterfalls. See the Franciscan monastery on the island of Visovac and more.
What to Expect
Following pick-up from your hotel in Dubrovnik, travel to Krka National Park. Declared the seventh national park in Croatia in 1985, Krka National Park is an area of exceptional natural beauty. It follows the flow of the River Krka, which has its source 3 kilometers northeast of Knin.
The River Krka passes through a deep, 75-kilometer canyon and the sound of the waterfalls of Krčić, Risnjak, Miljacka, Roški Slap and Skradinski Buk is deafening. The canyon forms the greatest calcareous travertine barrier in Europe. The lower River Krka flows through Prukljansko Lake and into the 9-kilometer bay of Šibenski Zaljev.
The Franciscan monastery on the island of Visovac, along with Krka Monastery, are the area's most important cultural and historic monuments. Among the many picturesque villages in the area, the most interesting is Skradin.
Following a walking tour with a local guide, enjoy some free time to explore and bask in the beauty of Krka National Park on your own. Then benefit from a return transfer to your hotel in Dubrovnik.
- Local guide in Krka National Park
- Entrance fee for Krka National Park