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National Park Krka Waterfalls

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National Park Krka Waterfalls

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Krka Waterfalls Tour & Wine Tasting from Split

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Croatia’s Krka National Park is sometimes sidelined by visitors to Split who want to avoid hiring a car to get there. This tour makes visiting easy, with round-trip transport and a winery tour on top. Ride a boat and enjoy free time to hike, swim near the falls, and have lunch at a park restaurant (own cost). Your day finishes with a tour and wine-tastings at the wine estate.
$35.88 per adult
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Marko Mirosav wrote a review Sep 2020
Groznjan, Croatia6 contributions
The nature made a beautiful place, but the people made it to expensive (food, drinks, snacks, ...) All in all we suggest everyone to go and visit.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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TNHKG wrote a review Sep 2020
Bangkok, Thailand368 contributions14 helpful votes
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Worth to spend a day there if you enjoy nature. From waterfall, trekking, boat excursion, dipping into fresh water, religious exploration, history learning. It’s all you have there. Recommend to pay extra 130kn for the #2 boat excursion taking you to the Visovac Island where you have free time for 30mins and Roski Slap area for about 1.5hour
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Henrik Schröder wrote a review Aug 2020
Augsburg, Germany12 contributions
Have been at Krka waterfalls third time and it is still beautiful. Don't forget your camera, you may miss amazing nature shoots.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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shazbatzannie wrote a review Aug 2020
Bakewell, United Kingdom487 contributions128 helpful votes
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We absolutely loved coming to the waterfalls and being able to swim but completely understand the need to stop people swimming to protect it. The banks of the river are being destroyed by people getting in and out of the water. We got the boat over from Skradin, swam, ate lunch in the restaurant, walked the loop around the falls (definitely recommend you do that, it’s stunning) and then walked 5km back to the car at Skradin via a beautiful path alongside the lake. It’s an easy walk to enjoy the scenery.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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LoveGoodFood wrote a review Aug 2020
Darwen, United Kingdom33 contributions8 helpful votes
This is a fantastic experience, swimming in the natural rock pools near the waterfalls. The walk from the car park which takes around 20 mins is quite a difficult one. It’s rocks all the way down and can be quite slippy, so bear in mind if you’re taking little ones or people not so confident underfoot. There is a free shuttle bus. I would take that if I went again! The walk through the park to the falls takes around 40 minutes and is quite level on wooden walkways, there are some slopes and stairs and again slippy pebbles so take care. You definitely need water shoes for this, you’d hurt your feet otherwise whilst swimming but it’s very enjoyable and there’s some little food vendors and ice cream etc. Would definitely recommend an afternoon here! And take the courtesy bus back!!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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