Aerial Photo of Krka waterfalls in the Krka National Park, Croatia.
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Itinerary

Weekly schedule: Every day
Meeting point: Mrčelina 1, 21000, Split. Guest should arrive 10-15 minute earlier
Departure time: 08:00
Return time: 18:30
Start: Split
End: Split

Stages

Departure from Split / Trogir 8:30

Sightseeing of Primošten 10:00

Departure from Primošten to Šibenik 11:00

Arrival in Šibenik, city Sightseeing and free time 11:30

Departure from Šibenik to Krka waterfalls national park 13:00

Arrival at the National Park. Guided tour and free time in the park 13:20

Departure from the National Park in Trogir / Split 16:30

Return to Trogir / Split 17:30/18:00
KRKA & ŠIBENIK DAY TRIP (Ticket included)
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60€

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What's included

Tickets
Licensed guide
Van transfer
A bottle of water

What's not included

Lunch
Gratuities for drivers / instructors (at personal discretion)
Any personal expenses
Wine tasting (optional)

What to bring

Swimsuit, hat and towel
Spare clothes to change
Sunscreen
Cash money for personal expenses
Camera to capture amazing photos
Sturdy canyoning shoes (optional)

Places we will visit

KRKA WATERFALLS
ST. JACOB CATHEDRAL (ŠIBENIK)

Description

Take a full day tour to the national park Krka waterfalls from Split or Trogir and enjoy a relaxing drive with a wonderful views of Dalmatian cost.
Your first stop will be small, romantic city of Primošten. You will like this city, situated on an peninsula, surrounded by the chrystal clear sea and amazing beaches.
After half of hour driving from Primošten you will stop in Šibenik city, the oldest Croatian native city. See the sights of the town, including the UNESCO-protected St. Jacob’s Cathedral, walk through the small romantic streets, take amazing photos and buy some souvenirs.
Then you will go to the national park Krka, situated just 15 km from Šibenik. Your guide will take you on a fascinating tour, walking through forest pathways you will experience the rich diversity of flora and fauna.
This natural and karstic phenomenon created seven travertine waterfalls: Bilušića buk, Brljan, Manojlovački slap, Rošnjak, Miljacka slap, Roški slap and Skradinski buk, the highest cascade in the Mediterranean (46m).
After walking tour, enjoy your free time. You will have enough time to take a lunch in some of the restaurants and to take a swim under Skradinski buk waterfalls. In the afternoon meet your guide and driver and start your drive back to Split/Trogir.

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