Passe 5 horas de tempo livre no Parque Nacional Krka, onde poderá nadar e relaxar sob a Skradinski Buk, uma cachoeira de travertino no Rio Krka. Esta viagem de um dia de Split inclui transporte em micro-ônibus para a cidade de Skradin, um curto passeio de barco pelo rio até as cataratas e entrada para o Museu Etno.
Viagem de um dia ao Parque Nacional de Krka saindo de Split
Passe 5 horas de tempo livre na Skradinski Buk
Nade sob as cachoeiras ou caminhe pelos caminhos
Inclui transporte de minibus de ida e volta e passeio de barco
Embarque em um micro-ônibus para o Parque Nacional Krka, partindo de uma localização central em Split. O passeio panorâmico de 1 hora leva você até a pequena cidade de Skradin, onde você vai embarcar em um curto passeio de barco pelo rio Krka.
Ao chegar à Skradinski Buk, você encontrará o maior sistema de cascatas de travertino da Europa, com 17 degraus e até 400 metros de largura. Você terá 5 horas aqui para explorar de forma independente; nade nas águas cristalinas do lago inferior das Cachoeiras de Krka - as únicas quedas no parque onde é permitido nadar - ou as veja de um ponto de vista diferente ao longo da passarela de madeira. Você pode seguir os caminhos para um antigo moinho de água, casas de pedra, os museus Ethno, restaurantes e muito mais.
À tarde, encontre seu grupo para a viagem de volta ao centro de Split.
Avaliações dos viajantes da Viator
, set 2019
Easy meet up spot, lady was funny/ friendly. You get bused with a bunch of people to a boat, then to the park. The rest you do yourself (wander, swim, eat, take a billion selfies). Definitely worth a visit. She gave good instructions on where to go, what to do.
I had booked this trip way in advance but was dismayed that I was among a small group of people who were bumped from the tour due to overbooking and basically shoved to another tour agency, who did not provide some of the services that I had paid for. The group then left an hour later than was stated. There was no guide after we were dropped off, no river cruise ticket was given. I managed to find my way to the falls, which were beautiful, but this was such a disappointing service. Gave a score of 2 instead of 1 because they gave a partial refund.
We had a great day at the waterfalls. We met at an easy and prominent location and were quickly sorted into coach groups. It was a short walk to the coach, which was nicely air conditioned, and we were on our way. Our guide was lovely and funny, and went ahead when we arrived and sorted all our tickets. You get on the boat from the parking area down to the waterfalls and she made sure we all stayed together and got on the same boat. We then had our free time to wander round the park as we wished. We spent pretty much the whole time swimming in them and eating, which wouldn’t do for everyone but this is why we chose this tour, as you have plenty of time to spend as you wish rather than sticking to tour schedules. The meeting point to leave was at the top of the park, so we still had a nice leisurely walk through. Great day, would highly recommend.
The guide was great for this trip--he was clear about where we needed to be and when. This was more of a self-guided tour, which was great since the park was not that large so we could choose how long we wanted to hike or swim. I also toured the Plitvice Lakes while in Croatia, and enjoyed that tour more, so I would not say that the Krka Waterfalls are a must-see if in the country, but still a great trip either way.
We really enjoyed the trip.
The only explanation missing at the beginning is that the park is HUGE.
The instructor only showed us the drop off point and the pick up point and it was late into the day that we found out that the part is HUGE and we can go on walking for hours.
After meeting next to the designated statue which was easy to find, we waited an extra 15 minutes for late-comers. We then followed our tour guide at a sprint, practically running about 500 yards to the bus stop near the waterfront and cruise ships. I have no idea if everyone kept up! It was very hot and humid and it was tough walking so fast for older folks. After getting on the bus, we did get some AC but the exhaust fumes from the city came right into the air on the bus. Halfway there we were told the toilet on the bus was broken. When we were waiting for the guide to buy the tickets I paid 50 kuna to use the toilet. Since my daughter had to go show her student ID, she didn’t have time to use the toilet.
All questions to the guide were put off until later — “ I will tell you “. The boat ride was nice and scenic. Then when we finally got into the park it was another sprint to the information map where she gave a whole bunch of information before everyone was even present. So we missed half of what she said. She did take questions but answers were minimal. She seemed to be doing her best but she could have been a little nicer with cautions and tips on having a good day. It would have been great to hear the first half of whatever she said!
When we went to the bus station EARLY because she told us not to be late - we found the guide one section past the public bus station. Got on the bus. People who ran upstairs then waited at the top of the extremely hot bus for 40 minutes while we waited for people who were late. The bus had missed our appointed time to go up the mountain road and there is not room for two busses on the road at a time so we had to wait. AC was almost nonexistent at this point, although she said it was on full maximum. The driver was VERY safe on the roads but my seatbelt was broken.
This is not a cushy tour. Barebones transportation and ticket buying help. The park is very pretty but it takes a hardy soul to walk on the rock paths which are very slippery and worn. One of our party fell and got a bad bruise on broken steps down to the toilet area. Bring cash for the WC or walk up 100 stone steps to the free one. There is a small waterfall and little streams for little kids but the swimming by the big waterfall is dangerous and there doesn’t seem to be any emergency facilities in case someone gets pulled into a current. If you are American and used to being safe — Be very careful!
Bit of a rip off in my opinion as you’re only paying for a coach ride there and back which is expensive for what it is. Coach was old and smelt of urine. Krka NP was great but it’s another £20 to get in so overall very expensive.
I'm sure there's a good reason why we had to meet a good 5 minute walk away from the coach but it wasn't explained to us. The guide seemed quite stressed from the outset but she was very nice and organised us very well all the way to the park. Unfortunately, both she and the coach driver were very late to the pick-up point (which was not well explained) and it was all a bit chaotic after that. There was no leeway given on the departure time and, as 4 people were slightly late, we missed our slot to leave. Surely, it's better to ask people to arrive slightly earlier than the planned departure time, even if it's 5 minutes. It didn't help that the location of the coach wasn't clear. It was only a 75 minute journey back to Split but we were all hot, the coach chaos wasn't any fun and we'd challenge the fact that the coach was air-conditioned! The fans were working very hard but we really don't think that was air-conditioning. Nevertheless, Krka NP is beautiful, nicely set out with wooden walkways all the way round and a good selection of cafes and shops around the park. The waterfalls are STUNNING! But, boy, is this place popular.
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