Krka Waterfalls

The Krka National Park was founded in 1985 and today it is one of the most fascinating river landscapes in Europe.


First we will visit Europe's most beautiful travertine waterfall, the Skradinski Buk. The 800 m long 17-stage rock formation over which the water flows here is a feast for the eyes. During the snowmelt, up to 300 cubic meters of water per second thunder across the karstic ground and the rocks, and even in summer, when the "Cikola" River, which flows into the "Krka" River, is dry, the average is still 50. This impressive, mighty and yet romantic waterfall serves not only as a backdrop for numerous holiday photos and postcard motifs but also as a location for scenes from the Karl May films.


Later we drive to Roski slap where the Krka flows through steep rock walls. As in a natural reservoir, the water is whirled around here. Before that, 600 meters of rapids and small waterfalls form. In total, we count on the Roski slap 12 cascades.






Prices: April, May, June, September and October 55,00 Euro per person, July and August 65,00 Euro to be paid in the local currency (Croatian Kuna). Children up to 5,99 years free. Children from 6-11,99 years 40% discount. Included in the price: expert tour guide, round trip from and to your accommodation and entrance to the National Park.