The tour starts at one of the available meeting points in Trogir and Okrug Gornji. We then head towards a small mediterranean village Skradin which is located on the Krka river, a few miles upstream from where the river enters the Adriatic sea. The village is popular for the medieval Turina fortress and a tower clock which is about 250 years old. From Skradin we take a regular boat line that takes you to Skradinski Buk, one of the most amazing and most famous parts of the Krka National Park. It is recommended to take the boat as soon as you get to Skradin and to enjoy Skradin on your way back (you could if you prefer enjoy Skradin and take the boat at a later time). The boat ride lasts about 30 minutes and once you arrive you will have about 3 and a half hours to enjoy the National Park Krka.
During your time there you will have the opportunity to walk and enjoy one of the several walking routes around the national park enjoying breathtaking sights of flora and fauna, see several small traditional stone houses and watermills that are now open ethno museums, and enjoy swimming among the travertine formations and waterfalls (the swimming is available only in designated areas and also don’t forget to bring your swimsuits if you are planning to go for a swim). After you visit all the important places of Krka you are free to take the same boat back to Skradin. We recommend saving some time to enjoy this traditional and very picturesque small village. After that we will take you back to our original meeting point.