Kornati and Krka National Parks are on every visitor’s bucket list, and we are here to turn that dream into reality. You can pick one of our ready-made small group guided boat tours from Sibenik or you can opt for an exclusive private charter that might better suit your needs. Whichever you choose, you are in for a treat. Should you decide to join us, book your trip today and read more about all the places we are going to visit.
Our staff is all local, fluent in English and knows the area perfectly. They’ll be happy to answer your questions, share some facts and trivia, and even a secret or two on where’s best to eat, to swim, or which cliff to dive from.
Our usual departure point is in Sibenik town, but other pickup spots are included as well: Amadria Park, Obonjan, Zlarin, Prvic, Vodice, Tribunj… Or whatever works for you.
If you are still undecided about what places you would like to visit near Sibenik, please take a look at our page on discovering Sibenik’s archipelago.
Few facts about this beautiful archipelago. It has been protected as a national park since 1980. According to geologists it consists of 147 islands, islets and reefs. This archipelago is 25 km long and 13 km wide with a total surface of 230 square kilometres. The biggest island is Kornat (25.2 km long) and the whole archipelago was named after it.
These islands were once covered with woods. Due to fires and sheep farming, nowadays Kornati are bare with the poorest flora in Croatian Adriatic. The moonlike landscape of these islands is probably what fascinates modern travelers.
For more useful facts about Kornati National park please take a look at our blog post.
Krka is probably the most visited Croatian national park. It has become so famous that the authorities will limit the number of daily visitors to the park area.
Why is it so popular? Well, because of the breathtaking nature with its rich flora and fauna and crystal clear water. On the other hand, river Krka and its basin had a great importance throughout the history. Remains of a Roman military camp and amphitheater, ruins of medieval fortresses, orthodox monastery on Visovac… Krka was always a dividing line. Even today, it is a symbol of where Dalmatia ends.
Our Krka Experience private tour is the best way to visit this national park, especially in high season.
You can find more information on how to avoid crowd when visiting Krka National Park in our blog post.