9-Day Luxury tour To Croatia and Montenegro

Croatia lies between the Mediterranean and Central Europe. Thousands of stunning islands dot the shoreline along the Adriatic Sea, each one more stunning than the last. Dubrovnik, Croatia, is a popular tourist destination thanks to the city's medieval architecture and diverse cultural offerings. This luxury Croatia itinerary will guide you to the best destinations in Croatia.


Trip Highlights


  • See Game of Thrones filming locations

  • Island hop on a private luxury cruise

  • Walk along Stradun, the Old Town's main street, to Sponza Palace and St. Blaise Church.

  • Enjoy stunning Dubrovnik views from a cable car

  • Cross the border to explore village life in Montenegro


Trip At A Glance


Day 1: Arrival in Croatia

Day 2: Cruise Dubrovnik

Day 3: The Old Town

Day 4: UNESCO World Heritage Site in Split

Day 5 & 6: Villages of Montenegro

Day 7: Get ready for an exciting activity

Day 8: Marvelous Croatian Countryside

Day 9: Departure


Day 1: Arrival in Dubrovnik.


On arrival, you will be met by your guide in the arrivals hall for the private transfer from the airport to your hotel. Dubrovnik is a UNESCO World Heritage city and is also familiar to Game of Thrones fans as the filming location for Kings Landing. Set off with your tour guide to get your first look at the city and see where iconic scenes of the series were shot. At sunset, go kayaking through Betina Cave. Return to your accommodation to freshen up before enjoying a traditional Croatian meal.

Day 2: Cruise Elafiti Islands


Go island-hopping on a private luxury cruise. First, visit Lopud Island and have lunch in a state-of-the-art restaurant. The next step is a 30-minute trip to Sipan Island, where you'll be served a traditional Croatian seafood meal accompanied by wine while a local band plays Dalmatian folk music. Your \guide will take you to other islands to swim and enjoy the scenery.


Day 3: The Old Town


Strolling through the city today, your knowledgeable guide will point out Dubrovnik's most impressive palaces, churches, and monasteries. Beginning with Onofrio's Fountain and the Franciscan Monastery, the guide will provide an insider's perspective on the development of this lovely city. Walk along the Stradun, the main street in the Old Town, on your way to the Sponza Palace and the Church of St. Blaise.

See the Ancient City Walls, built in the 12th century and standing 80 feet (24.4 meters) tall and extremely thick to stave against attackers. 

In the evening, enjoy the comforts of an air-conditioned vehicle as you ride the cable car on a tour of Dubrovnik's most famous attractions. It's the perfect way to watch the sun go down! You will head to the famous Lady Lipi for a barbeque dinner.


Day 4: Split, Croatia


The enormous Diocletian Palace, constructed for the Roman Emperor Diocletian in 305 A.D., is a UNESCO World Heritage Site you will see. Check out the local fare at the underground market, pay your respects at the statue of Grgr Ninski, and listen to some live music in the town center. You will stay in a luxury property for the night.


Day 5 & 6: Villages of Montenegro


Enjoy a day's journey to the historic towns of Montenegro's craggy mountains from Dubrovnik. Your journey will begin with a pick-up at your Dubrovnik hotel and end in Montenegro. You'll be able to take in the beautiful Adriatic Sea and the Dubrovnik Riviera as you make your way south from Dubrovnik. Crossing into Montenegro, you'll discover quaint towns and have the opportunity to see the Baroque-style chapel on Our Lady of the Rocks Island via a boat excursion from Perast.


The next day, you'll take a trip to Kotor, a stunning town at the fjord's entrance, where you may explore the streets at your leisure or hike the 1,350 stairs to San Giovanni Castle for a breathtaking panorama. The excursion will continue to the fortified city of Budva and the historic fishing town of Sveti Stefan. After exploring beaches and winding cobblestone alleyways, you will relax on the boat back across the Bay of Kotor and back to your Dubrovnik hotel.


Day 7: Rock Climbing


You will head to the hills for a fun-filled rock climbing activity in Croatia with the help of qualified guides. The first climb is outside Dubrovnik's Old Town. Then, you'll proceed to Srd Hill to see Dubrovnik and the neighboring villages. This four-hour excursion includes round-trip transportation from Dubrovnik.


Day 8: Croatian Countryside


The rocky landscape of Croatia is best experienced on foot. Join your private guide for a half-day hike in the Croatian countryside. Your excursion begins at Vojski Do, a Konavle Hills town. Hike down an abandoned railway line beneath Snjenica to see Cavtat and Zupa Dubrovacka. 

At the mountain's base, you'll see Konavle Valley's vineyards, olive trees, and farmlands. Cadmos Village, surrounded by oak woodlands, is where your hike ends. This four-hour hike, including transportation to and from your Dubrovnik accommodation, is a pleasant stroll through the Croatian countryside.


Day 9: Departure


After breakfast, you will be escorted to the airport by your guide for your departure flight.


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