Definitely recommend! The price of the tour basically gets you a bus transport to and from the falls. It does not include a fee to enter the park itself 90kn for adults, 30kn for students you give to the tour guide, but it's so worth it! You take a boat down the river for 30 minutes until you reach the falls, and from there you get to explore the falls on your own for about 5 hours. It's about a 1.5 mile walk all around the park with lots to see. The Krka Falls are absolutely beautiful and definitely a must-see! I recommend bringing some snacks or a lunch since there isn't much variety at the park. Our tour guide had a great sense of humor too!
The trip was inexpensive and worth every penny. The tour was not overbearing and I appreciated the amount of time we had to spend in the park. The boat cruise was a nice addition as well, I would recommend sitting at the front of the boat during the cruise if possible and bringing our own food as there were not a lot of options at the park. Overall, it was a great experience and I would do it again.
The map of the area is very vague. I would ask the tour guides to explain that the bus area is at the top of the walk around the
waterfalls, at the halfway point. We were not aware that we would walk back down the opposite side of the waterfall photo spots, only to have to rewalk the same first half again.
Croatia was experiencing a heat wave and it was torture to walk past the bottom swimming area and not have the extra time to get back into the water. We then had to walk the same first half of paths again, in the incredible heat, to get back to the buses.
Could not believe we walked the entire area 1.5 times when we would have preferred to walk only half of the path area.
I wish we had stayed in the water much longer in the beginning of the day, and enjoyed the area at the bottom of the falls much more.
The tour was very well organized and there was no question about what you had to do next. The guides were very professional and knowledgeable. The buses we took to Skradin were very nice. Definitely full but not overcrowded.
I was aware that this tour only covered the cost of the trip to and from Skradin and I would be responsible for paying for the tickets for Krka National Park. Many others on this tour seemed to not be aware of this. Once you arrive in Skradin, you purchase your tickets for the ferry and the park and then have to go stand in line for the ferry. The line is crazy long but went by fairly quickly. The ferry ride is short and gets your right into the park. Then you are left on your own at the park. We visited Split during the busy season so the park was crazy busy. There is an opportunity to swim but after looking at the water and the surrounding area I changed my mind and we just did a hike around the park, had lunch and coffee. You make your way to the bus stop at the other end of the park and the guides are waiting for you with their blue umbrellas. You board the bus and you are on your way back to Split. Again this was a very well organized tour. The park was just not for me. The waterfalls are gorgeous but you have several hours at the park to fill.
If you like thins well organized on your vacation and want to know exactly what the plan is, then definitely book this tour. The guides are with you each step of the way and are extremely helpful.
Organisation was exemplary! Instructions beforehand were clear and precise. The leader was personable and told us all we needed to know. Underlining the plan for the day on an information meant that there was no room for ambiguity. 'Look out for the blue umbrella' was a memorable mantra, and it was not difficult to spot at the rendezvous points and when we were following. The sight of a successsion of a waterfalls cascading down the hills was beautiful and splashing around in the turquoise water at the bottom was refreshing. Drinks and food were good and reasonably priced Going in a heatwave with 9,996 others detracted from the enjoyments. Nothing can be done about the weather, of course, but I suspect that a lower limit on the numbers might be needed in the long-term. 'Overcrowding' was the only reason, I did not give this five stars. I'd, nevertheless, recommend this trip and would warmly commend Viator.