Krka National Park encompasses the area along the course of the Krka River, which flows through a deep and picturesque canyon for over 75 km and creates waterfalls- Bilusic buk, Miljacka, Brljan, Rosnjak, Manojlovacki slap, Roski slap and the fantastic Skradinski buk (Krka falls 46 m), Europe's largest travertine barrier.Skradinski buk is the longest and most visited waterfall on the Krka River, and one of the best known natural beauties in Croatia. Here spills Krka over the 17 cascades which are formed by travertine barriers. Visiting this part of National Park you can view the cascades on a leisurely and safe walk along the walking trails and wooden bridges. Bathing is permitted at Skradinski buk so don't forget your bathing suit.We can also visit the old water mills, the ethnography collection, the souvenir shop, or find refreshment in one of the hospitality facilities. On your request, we can visit river island Visovac or any other part of the National Park.
Zadar, a city of exceptional history and rich cultural heritage,the particularity of the city is irresistible for those who respect and admire historical monuments and cultural heritage, artists, tourists and its citizens. Zadar is a city monument, surrounded by historical ramparts, a treasury of the archaeological and monumental riches of ancient and medieval times, Renaissance and many contemporary architectural achievements such as the first sea organs in the world.
Explore Osljak Island, Skoljic Island, and Ugljan Island in a private speedboat on this half-day tour. Depart from Zadar with your skipper and admire the views from the sea. Customize your itinerary based on your interests. Go snorkeling with provided equipment, lounge on secluded beaches, visit a historic monastery, and stroll through quiet villages.
Cruise the Adriatic Sea for a day of sailing, sunbathing, swimming, and sightseeing during this 8-hour private boat cruise from Zadar. Explore hidden coves only reachable by water, swim in turquoise-colored waters, discover Kornati National Park, visit off-the-beaten path fishing villages on picturesque islands. Snorkel gear, boat fuel surcharge and national park fees are also included.
Relaxing tour for beautiful evenings under sails in Zadar Channel. Includes local wines and food tasting. Watch the city lights from the seaside - sail along The Sea Organ, Nova Riva, Kolovare, Puntamika lighthouse..... Lie back and enjoy the famous Zadar Sunset by yourself, with your love, family or friends.....
Sign up for a private tour of Kornati Islands National Park, and spend a tranquil day in nature. Meet at the Zadar Marina at a time that works best for you, and hop aboard your speedboat. You’ll explore the park’s many islands, will have time to swim and snorkel, will glimpse a historical fortress, and can enjoy a fresh seafood lunch, if preferred (own expense). You can also extend your itinerary to visit Telascica Bay, a designated nature park known for its extraordinary beauty.
Watch the sun slip into the sea as you cruise around the coastline of Zadar by private speedboat. With a skipper-guide, you’ll first see the sights of the city from the water, then have time to swim or snorkel using provided equipment. Bring your own food and drinks to enjoy on board, if you wish, and make the most of having no set schedule, other than to admire the sea and the evening sun.
Get in touch with Croatia's natural environment on this private day tour to Plitvice Lakes National Park. With round-trip transportation from Zadar, there's no need to rent a car, and you can enjoy the scenery on the journey. Once there, take a guided tour of the park to learn about the local ecosystem; booking a private tour means you can move at your own pace.
Leave Zadar for a tour of the Dalmation Coast, which is known for its massive limestone cliffs and volcanic rock beaches. Discover three rare stretches of sandy coastline on this full-day, island-hopping boat tour. Snorkel, relax on board, or simply take in the postcard-worthy views with drink in hand. This tour is completely customizable according to your time limitations and preferences.
Benefit from personalized attention and a flexible itinerary on this full-day tour to Zadar and Krka National Park. With a dedicated guide for just you and your party, explore the landmarks and highlights of Zadar on a carefully curated itinerary that ensures you won't miss a thing. Move on to Krka River National Park, where you will see the 17 cascades etched through limestone and travertine barriers, including the majestic Skradinski Buk Waterfall.
Benefit from personalized attention and a flexible itinerary on this private tour to Split and Trogir from Zadar. You can choose your own itinerary on this private tour; your guide will tailor the stops and commentary to your interests. Explore the UNESCO-listed town of Trogir as well as Diocletian's Palace in Split with the addition of insightful commentary.
This full day tour takes you to two very special places in Croatia. From Zagreb, first travel to Plitviče Lakes National Park, a protected natural area in central Croatia. Explore its network of 16 terraced lakes joined by waterfalls via a series of hiking trails and wooden walkways that wind around and across the water. Then visit Rastoke, a charming, fairytale-like watermill village.
Explore Croatia’s Ugljan Island at your own pace on this independent bike tour. Hop onto your bike in Zadar and spin over to the ferry for your journey to Ugljan Island. With your island map in hand, enjoy the freedom to explore at your leisure. Head along winding cycle trails through dense pine forest and discover ancient olive groves nestled among the rolling hillsides. Explore beautiful beaches and peaceful bays, hop into the sea for relaxing swims and perhaps seek out top island spots like the pretty village of Kali.
Discover the natural beauty of Croatia during this private tour of Sibenik and the Krka waterfalls. Learn about the city’s rich history as you explore the cobbled streets and see key landmarks including the UNESCO-listed St. James Cathedral. Then head to Krka National Park to marvel at the last set of falls before the Krka River meets the Adriatic Sea.
Travel from the capital city of Zagreb to Plitvice Lakes National Park, a 183-square mile oasis in central Croatia. The park is comprised of sixteen lakes joined by caves, waterfalls, and limestone caverns. Because of its history and exceptional biodiversity, the site was awarded UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979. Explore the park on a full-day outing.
Get an in-depth exploration of the history of Nin and and the nearby Royal Vineyards on this private guided tour. Depart from your Zadar hotel in a private vehicle and head to Nin, where you will visit the Salt Museum, the City Museum, and churches. Learn about the history of the area from your guide. After, continue on to the Royal Vineyards and taste local Croatian wines.
This panoramic flight over Zadar area reveals lots of sights and natural beauties which can’t be seen from the ground. A view from the sky to Mir lake, or a heart-shaped island of Galešnjak (also called Love island) will make this flight unforgettable.
The facility financed and commissioned the construction of Jusuf Mašković, a high dignitary in a Turkish court, or a native of Vrane or Pakoštane. It was commenced at the time of the outbreak of the Canadian war in 1644 and because of the death of Jusuf Mašković in January 1646 it was not completed. The facility is lavish and monumental and should have been used as an inn and residence of Mašković for old days. It is the most spectacular monument of secular Turkish architecture in Europe. Vransko Lake, with Mediterranean climate. The largest natural lake and one of the largest wetland areas in Mediterranean Croatia. A sanctuary for endangered birds, wintering area for about 100,000 birdworms. The lake's paradise for sport fishermen and cyclists divides the limestone ridge from the sea. A special experience of water diversity at such a small distance. Sea by the lake? Or lake right by the sea? The location description depends only on what you prefer.
At this time you can get to know Zadar and its vicinity by short drive with a safe and reliable driver who speaks good English and Italian. During the journey you can get to know the cultural heritage and a short stopping in popular places in the center of Zadar's old town. The ride lasts for about an hour with a single stopwatch on the very attractive location of "Five Wells Square". Of course, we adapt the drive to your needs and requirements we will be happy to do. Of course, at the end of the drive, we will return to your destination.