Board a minibus for Krka National Park, departing from a central location in Split. The 1-hour scenic drive takes you to the small town of Skradin, where you will embark on a short boat ride down the Krka River.
Arriving at Skradinski buk, you'll find the largest travertine cascade system in Europe, with 17 steps up to 1,312 feet (400 meters) wide. You'll have 5 hours here to explore independently; swim in the crystal-clear waters of the lower lake of the Krka Waterfalls — the only falls in the park where swimming is permitted — or see them from a different vantage point along the wooden walkway. You can follow the footpaths to an old water mill, stone houses, the Ethno Museums, restaurants, and more.
In the afternoon, meet up with your group for the return trip to central Split.