Create Some Special Moments During Holidays In Croatia
Let’s begin your holidays in Croatia with some basic information about the country. It is an Eastern European country with a long coastline along the Adriatic Sea. Encompassing more than a thousand islands, its inland capital is Zagreb. It has diverse museums and Renaissance buildings that attract visitors from afar. Its Danube River was an inspiration for the late Johann Strauss II to compose The Blue Danube Waltz.
Highlights of the Trip
-Considered the Pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik is certainly rich in its abundance of exceptional landmarks and beautiful spots for every newcomer to explore.
-Go island hopping through the Adriatic with overnight stops on sultry Hvar and Korcula.
-Explore the charms of Croatia’s lesser celebrated coastal cities like Zadar and Split provide very authentic local experiences, such as a singing sea organ.
Trip at Glance:
Day 1: Arrival in Croatia
Day 2: The Caves Of Vranjaca - Makarska & Biokovo Park of Nature
Day 3: Makarska & Biokovo Park of Nature - Zagreb
Day 4: Zagreb
Day 5: Departure
Our private tours typically range from $500 - $1000 per person/per night depending on chosen hotels and room categories, vehicles used, types of tours, flight cost, time of year and other factors. Make an inquiry for a customized trip quote.
This is the first day of your Croatia tour and after landing in the city, you start your day after having breakfast at the hotel. From your hotel, your private transfer will take you around the top attractions of Croatia. From ancient city walls to majestic palaces and monasteries, this Croatian city is a genuinely charismatic destination worth discovering.
Day 2: Dubrovnik sea kayaking and snorkeling tour
On this tour, you can do just that and some more! After learning the basics of your sea kayak, you’ll get the chance to explore Lokrum Island with its palm beaches and hidden bays before venturing to Betina beach and cave where you can jump off to swim and snorkel around the coast. Traveling there and back, get a different perspective of the city walls of Dubrovnik and the shore of the city. The tour includes a light snack, all equipment, and professional friendly guides.
Day 3: Montenegro full-day trip from Dubrovnik
Be prepared to be amazed by the sights and landscapes on this tour from Dubrovnik to Montenegro which takes you through the Zupa Dubrovacka and Konavle valleys on a scenic drive along the beautiful Bay of Kotor. Be inspired by the gorgeous views of the Sveti Stefan islet on the way to Budva and the local town of Perast, located at the foot of St Elijah Hill. There’s also an extra option of paying for a boat trip to Our Lady of the Rocks island but if you decide not to do it, you’ll still get to take a short ferry tour across the Bay of Kotor. The tour allows for exploring with both a guide and the chance to venture on your own before you’re taken back to your hotel by your private transfer.
Day 4: Plitvice Lakes and Rastoke full-day tour from Zagreb
Experience one of Croatia’s most scenic landscapes with this eventful day tour from Zagreb to Plitvice Lakes and Rastoke historic village. In addition to the driving journey there, the tour will also take you on a sightseeing train ride, a cruise across Kozjak Lake and a fair deal of leisurely walking on your guided tour. On your travels, you’ll see traditional watermills and old-fashioned, riverside houses, picture-perfect waterfall, and the lower and upper lakes. Guided by a passionate and entertaining guide, this tour is fantastic value for money for getting a local’s insight into the natural beauty of the area.
Day 5: Departure
Once you are done with your breakfast, you can check out from the hotel and say a final goodbye to the country by moving towards the airport.