Thanks to the constant process of calcification, Krka river is a phenomenon, an invaluable gift of nature to the people. Due to the natural beauty and geological characteristics the area of the Krka river was declared a national park in 1985., which covers a part of 109 km2 of the most beautiful river.
One of the most beautiful and unusual waterfall is Skradinski buk. Extremely interesting, because of the rich and distinctive vegetation, mills and various flora and fauna is waterfall called Roški slap.

On the left bank of Krka river are situated small mills which are used to grind wheat and corn. Those small mills are situated on the waterfalls and some of those are still in use today. Roški slap turns river into an elongated lake Visovac. In the middle of the lake is the island Visovac where is a church and a Franciscan monastery that lake scenery adds to secrecy.

National Park can be visited during the whole year and can be traveled by water, roads and trails, and of course, taking care about a protected environment. Krka waterfalls are truly attractive to nature lovers, those interested in folk customs, and anyone who wants to enjoy the gastronomic and cultural offer.

Experience the unforgettable of visiting this beautiful national park, which offers the possibility of sailing with a boat on the river, swimming, walking and enjoying nature.

Excursion with bus to Krka waterfalls includes:

– transport with an air conditioned van,
– entrance ticket,
– boat tours from Skradin to Skradinski buk,
– lunch package,
– private guide.

Price for excursion for adults is 525 KN.
Children till 7 years have free ticket, and price for children from 7 till 14 years is 262,50 KN.


Excursion with boat to Krka waterfalls (75 N miles with boat, 10 hours)

Departing from Pakoštane with speed boat at 8:00 or 9:00 a.m. in the preseason, we head south by Arta islands and through the Pirovac channel, arriving then to a bridge that divides mainland from Murter island, turning it into a penisula. Passing under the bridge, we leave Murter behind us. Driving next to the coast we pass a fishing place Tribunj which is almost connected to another turistic place, Vodice. From here we can admire the view to the big lighthouse, introducing our way to the St. Ante channel.
At the channel’s entrance we pass by an artificial island, the magnificent St. Nicholas fortress dating from the 15th century.
The channel is also Krka estuary where already green and blue brackish water looms. On the way out we see king Krešimir’s town of Šibenik. Moving north along the Krka river we go below the Šibenik bridge (30 m high) where our drive through the canyon that ends in Lake Prokljan initiates.
The magnificent Dalmatina highway’s bridge foreshadows the last mile and a historic town Skradin. Introduced with the region’s history, we then take a river boat to explore the Krka National Park.

After coming to Krka’s famous touristic location Skradinski buk, taking a walk (and lunch) near the trees that literally grow from water, while listening to the sound of the waterfall Skradinski buk, we will remind you that you are still in the continental part of Dalmatia, although the view might seem a bit different.
After taking the same route back we stop in the oldest Croatian town on the coast – Šibenik.
We take one more photo by the St. Nicholas fortress, slowly heading back to our “base” – Pakoštane, around 18 p.m.
Price per person: 80 EUR

The price includes skipperguide, boat, fuel and tickets.
Price does not include food, drinks and snorkeling equipment.

It is necessary to take with you on the trip:


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