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This route takes you through Croatia, taking in many of the popular highlights in just six days. Start in the southern Dalmatian city of Dubrovnik before working your way up the coast and the beautiful cities of Split, Šibenik, Zadar. Your trip will be thrilling and memorable, but still completely safe.
There is no such thing as an urban family that doesn't long for nature, exploration, new and unique destinations, or learning something about the history and culture of different places around the world. This is a great opportunity to do just that! Enjoy the breathtaking landscapes of the South of Dalmatia, taste one of the finest wines this region has to offer, and enjoy in one of the best meals. See beautiful old cities, take part in exciting outdoor activities, but remain safe and under expert supervision.
|Suitable for||2-18 people|
|Price per person||from 847.00 €|
Avid skier and swimmer, fluent in 5 languages. She spends most of her free time trekking, skiing, cycling, ice skating or simply walking through the woods.
Activities are taking place in Dubrovnik, Split, Ston, Zadar, Krka National Park
Monastery on the island of Visovac in the Krka National Park. It was established in the 14th century
The Walls of Dubrovnik are 1940 meters long with 6 fortresses. Some of them might seem familiar - if you are a fan of Game of Thrones
You don't need previous rafting experience, and children aged 6 years and older can safely participate
The historic center of Split, built entirely from white stone, is a protected UNESCO World Heritage site
You will visit a lot of historically important places, with cities like Dubrovnik and Split on top of the list.
Dubrovnik has a long and storied history, beautifully told in its beautiful Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque churches, monasteries, palaces, and fountains all found within its imposing fortress walls.
Split is the urban center of the eastern part of the Adriatic Sea, known for its beaches, beautiful promenade, warm Mediterranean climate, bars, and restaurants, but also for its 4th-century Roman palace in the city center.
The city grew around the palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian which had been built almost two millennia ago.
The historic center of Split, built entirely from white stone, is a protected UNESCO World Heritage site, just as the walls of Dubrovnik.
To take you away from all the culture and sightseeing, you will participate in a rafting trip. Be advised that you don't need previous rafting experience. Even children aged 6 years and older, accompanied by parents, can safely participate.
This trip also covers the area of torrent flows of Velika and Mala Paklenica.
The name Paklenica probably derives from a black pine sap called “paklina” which the locals used in traditional medicine, for wound treatment, and coating of wooden boats.
Velika and Mala Paklenica's distinctive canyons are carved vertically into the southern slopes of Velebit. This relatively small area has an abundance of exceptional diversity. Therefore its geomorphologic phenomena and forms, diverse flora and fauna, attractive landscapes, and intact nature will leave you breathless.
However, the historical fact is that many people stayed in mountain residences. This reflects in the ruins of numerous sacred buildings, such as churches, chapels, altars, holy hills, and measures. Trekking Paklenica National Park is the only way to get to know it, and that's just what you will do.
Welcome to the town best known as "The Pearl of the Adriatic." Upon arrival at the airport, you'll transfer to your hotel for check-in. After a short rest, in the early afternoon, you will participate in the Game of Thrones walking tour.
A piece of history, Dubrovnik is one of the most ancient fortress cities in Europe. And while there's evidence of settlements as far back as the Byzantine era, this area only came into its own as an important power since the 13th century due in part to its strategic coastal position. After spending some time getting to know the city, duck into one of Dubrovnik's many wine bars to relax. It's a good plan, as there's no better manner in which to celebrate your first day in Croatia than by enjoying a glass of white or red wine as the sun goes down over Dubrovnik's Old Town.
Overnight in Dubrovnik.
Set out today to transfer along the coast to central Dalmatia and the city of Split. Depending on your preferences, you can either decide to self-drive or go by private transfer, an additional service we offer on request.
En route, you'll stop at the edge of the Pelješac peninsula to spend a little time in Ston. Ston is a small medieval town, and one of the very rare 100% planned and built Croatian cities. Upon arrival, you will definitely notice one of Ston trademarks which is Ston city walls. City walls are the longest fortified system in Europe and we suggest walking it! Apart from the walls, 2 other things that Ston is known for are oysters and mussels, and the Salt plant. Oysters and mussels have been grown here since Roman times. In the same period, Romans were producing the salt, and after the area was taken over by the Dubrovnik Republic, they built the oldest active salt plant on the whole Mediterranean. Apart from hiking the wall, your activity today will be kayaking in Mali Ston Bay. The bay is a Park of Nature and it has a certain level of protection because local oysters that are very important for the local population. You will kayak around the oyster farm and little islets in the bay. At the same time, you can enjoy the view of the City Walls of Ston, from the unique perspective from the kayaks!
When you're ready, continue your journey up the coast and further north to your final destination, where you'll check into your hotel and settle in before taking the rest of the afternoon to wander Split's historic center.
In the evening, take a stroll along Split's seafront Riva to admire the views over the Adriatic before finding the offbeat Konoba Dioklecijan restaurant, just to the left of the Bronze Gate for dinner, its outdoor terrace built into the walls of famed Diocletian's Palace.
Overnight in Split.
Today you will set out toward the northern part of the Dalmatian coast, to Zadar and the Paklenica National Park. The Paklenica trek is an easy to moderate trek and it doesn't take long to do. And if there was ever a morning worth getting up early, this is that morning. Trekking Paklenica National Park leads us into the most famous national park in Croatia for trekking and rock climbing. We will provide you with a map and the entrance fees.
In the afternoon, you can visit Zadar, an ancient city, full of historical and cultural monuments. It is three thousand years old, a city of tumultuous and dynamic history, often destroyed, looted, devastated, every time emerging from the ruins stronger, richer, and more beautiful.
After a fulfilling day, you will return to Split for your overnight.
Today, you will participate in an organized guided activity with a transfer from Split. After arriving at the meeting point in Split at 8:15 AM you will be off at 8:30 AM on your adventure to the mesmerizing Krka National Park. Once on the road, you can enjoy the beautiful natural scenery that Croatia has to offer. Along your journey to Krka National Park, your guide will explain the trip to you and all that you will see and do once you arrive at your destination.
The city of Skradin is the entrance to the national park. To reach the park you will need to take a short boat ride from Skradin in a beautiful wooden boat to Skradinski Buk. The boat ride is a chance to enjoy the unique natural beauty of the river, the rich flora, and fauna, and see numerous monuments and sacred buildings.
Once there, you will have a guided tour of the park after which you will get free time. You can spend it losing yourself among beautiful wildlife and nature, hiking, or having a picnic in spacious meadows that Krka offers. The best part of the experience is the beach next to the main waterfall, Skradinski Buk. After you have cooled off under the waterfall, you can go look for shade and food in the beautiful little restaurants nearby.
Around 3:00 PM you will head to one of the most famous and beautiful wineries in this area, just 15 minutes away from the Krka National Park. There you will be greeted by the host, who will take you on a tour of the winery, show you their wine cellar, the process of winemaking and join you in the wine tasting. After one hour at the winery, you will head back to Split arriving at 5:45 PM.
Overnight in Split.
Discover the fun of a rafting tour on the River Cetina. Young or old alike can discover the enjoyment of whitewater rafting in a spectacular and unique natural setting. Our experienced guides, passionate about rafting look forward to welcoming you on our rafting tour.
You will meet your guide in the Split harbor and be transferred to the starting point. Upon arrival, the guests meet with the guides and are given safety gear, followed by the boat assignment and a safety introduction on the rules and regulations for safe rafting. The tour includes a break for swimming and taking photos, and a free snack – banana and chocolate. River Cetina is mostly calm and thus offers a perfect introduction to a safe and pleasurable rafting experience. Halfway down the river route, there is an impassable section next to Studenci waterfall where you’ll take a short break. The remainder of the route features numerous rapids, obstacles, caves, and lush river vegetation.
Guests are required to wear helmets and safety vests at all times and adhere to the guide’s instructions, for the duration of the rafting tour. Clothing requirements: shirt, swimming suit, towel, sandals, and a set of dry clothes and shoes for later.
Make sure you have water and sunscreen.
The tour ends at the restaurant Radmanove Mlinice. Return transfer to Split and overnight.
If you have a free morning before departing, check out the Green Market (Pazar Market). A lively fruit and vegetable outdoor market just east of the Diocletian Palace is a great place to see how the locals shop and to pick up some fruit for your flight home. Farmers from the surrounding areas of Split come into town every day to sell their seasonal local produce from sunrise to 2 pm.
Depending on traffic, it usually takes 45 minutes to travel from Old Town to the airport. Best to arrive at the airport at least two hours before your international departure (and with some extra time to drop off your rental car, if you have one).
We will double-check availability and make reservations for your rooms, restaurants, guides etc.
With reservations confirmed, we will prepare the best offer possible in regard to your arrival date & party size
You will get the offer via e-mail, along with the payment options. Feel free to request further customisations!