Our tour begins with a pleasant ride from Split to Krka which is just about an hour and 15 minutes away. With a surface area of more than 100 square kilometers this is the second biggest National park in Croatia. During our visit we will cover the area of Skradinski buk, universally regarded as the most popular attraction in the park. It offers an array of 17 stunning waterfalls spread out over a lenght of approximately 800 meters. Together they represent the largest travertine barrier in all of Europe and, in terms of size and power, are the most impressive waterfalls of the area.
Upon arrival the guide will take you on a tour which passes through a composition of small workshops, exhibitions, watermills and houses restored to reflect the authentic architecture of this region. Afterwards the path continues through the forest as well as wooden bridges just above the river enabling you to admire the exceptional diversity of Krka’s flora and fauna. After the tour we envisioned some free time so you can take advantage to snap some great photos from numerous beautiful viewpoints, have a picnic or simply relax and meditate in nature. We will depart from Krka in the most scenic manner by taking a 30 minute panoramic boat cruise to Skradin. Some of you will surely use the opportunity to catch a tan by sunbathing on the upper deck or simply observe the majestic canyon through which the boat navigates.
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