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Explore heart-stoppingly beautiful Plitvice Lakes National Park on this one day long tour from Split and Trogir. Located at the top of Croatia’s Adriatic region, in the Dinaric Alps, this UNESCO-listed site is one of the must-see sights in the area. The unanticipated beauty of this National Park lies in its stunning turquoise colored lakes, sixteen of them to be exact, which are harmoniously inter-connected by a chain of waterfalls and surrounded by serene deep-green forests. The sereneness of the nature and the roaring thunder of water falling from one lake to another make you wonder if you’ve accidentally fallen into some fantasy land. Perfect day-trip destination if you want to take in the most of your holiday in Croatia.
Get picked up at your hotel or meet the group at the centrally located meeting point in Split or Trogir to begin this thrilling one day tour out of the city. A ride in a comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle and passing by some truly stunning landscapes allow you to relax and day-dream for a while as you learn about history and the biological importance of the biggest and oldest Croatian National Park.
After arriving in Plitvice Lakes National Park, stretch your legs and begin exploring the park with a local guide. Strikingly beautiful green forest welcomes you with its diversity while wooden trails for visitors wait for you to explore them. The route covers approximately 1.5 miles so make sure to wear comfortable walking shoes. Some parts of the trail are pretty steep, but even the most precipitous parts of the park are worth the effort of going up and down the forest trails, so, at the end of the day, you won’t mind the steepness at all. Tall trees, hundreds of shades of green around you, the sound of birds humming above your head, subtle indications of wild life somewhere not too far away from you, an overwhelming sensation of being somewhere far away from the modern soul-shaking life that we all live today. However, this is not the real reason to come here.
Lakes! Turquoise and emerald green, the sound of water crushing to the ground – a perfect balance between Nature’s tranquility which will calm your soul and dramatic jaw-dropping views. That’s why you come here! Hop on an electric boat to get the best possible view at the lakes. Make sure you remember to bring your camera with you because you wouldn’t want to miss all the unique photo opportunities while you drive from Gornja Jezera (Upper Lakes) to Donja Jezera (Lower Lakes).
Leave the boat behind and walk for a while more as you enjoy some hair-rising views at the higher lakes. These are truly unforgettable! Later on, catch a final spellbinding panoramic view at the lakes and the surrounding forest as you enjoy a short train ride. Finish the tour by getting back on the bus and heading towards Split or Trogir where you’ll be dropped off at your hotel or at the meeting point.
Step on bord for our 90 minutes thrilling boat ride to the Biševo Island and the Blue Cave. We'll arrive before noon when the sunlight reflected through the sea floor bathes the cave in aquamarine light.
Then we'll slice through the Adriatic to explore Komiža, an authentic fishermans village on the Island of Vis. Here you have plenty of time for sightseeing and lunch. You can even enjoy fresh lobster in one of the traditional restaurants! In the late afternoon we'll cruise to enjoy the unique bay of Stiniva where you can swim and relax.
Then it's off to the Green Cave, where the light enters the grotto through a large opening at the top of the cave creates a dazzling array of silver and green colours. With a depth of 3-5m so our boat can get in easily. Next it's the town of Hvar, one of the most wonderful harbours in the world and a rich cultural heritage as well. With walls dating back to the 7th century and many 15th-17th cent. Venetian era noble houses and public buildings, the harbourfront walk, chatting and sitting in the sun is a delight for everyone.
Meeting on the waterfront at 9.00 am. During enjoyable boat ride be shown a panoramic view of Split, Trogir and Island of Ciovo. First short stop is Milna, typical Dalmatian village on island of Brac. Proceed to main destination Bol, beach Zlatni Rat. Free time for own activities (ca 7 hrs). Back to Trogir / Split around 7.00 pm.
Prepare yourself for the inevitable awe-moment as you approach the Old City of Dubrovnik – one of the most photographed sites in this part of Europe! The moment you set your eyes on its sun-splashed walls and burning red roofs that glitter in the blues of the Adriatic Sea you’ll know that this destination is well worth exploring. Walk through the bewitching streets of the historic core of Dubrovnik, search for hidden little squares, marvel at all the eye-catching monuments and ornaments on its baroque buildings and listen about its unique history on this one day long tour from Split or Trogir.
Start your day early; get picked up at your hotel or meet the group at the centrally located meeting point in Split or Trogir to start this exciting one day tour to Dubrovnik – the Pearl of the Adriatic. A comfortable ride along the coast with several stops on a scenic route to Dubrovnik gives you some amazing photo opportunities, but the real photo moment awaits you as you approach the historic core of Dubrovnik.
Meet your local guide upon the arrival and get ready to penetrate the thick walls of the historic core. Go through the famous Pile Gate to start your hour and a half long walking tour with a local guide, a true enthusiast about this amazing coastal city. Immediately after entering the historic core you will see a polygonal fountain on your right side – the famous Onofrio’s Fountain which has been a source of drinking water for centuries. To anyone determined to see Dubrovnik, it is more than familiar that its eight century old walls of Dubrovnik hold more than a dozen museums, small churches and baroque buildings. However, you might be surprised to hear that Europe’s oldest pharmacy is hidden within these walls too. Check out the famous Franciscan Monastery with gorgeous Gothic courtyard, walk down the famous white-limestone-covered Stradun until you reach the Sponza Palace. The tour continues a bit more giving you an ideal opportunity to check out the city’s bell tower, the famous St. Blaise Church dedicated to the saint patron of Dubrovnik, the grandiose Rector’s palace and the Cathedral of the Assumption. After this comprehensive walking tour you’ll have about two and half hours of free time to continue exploring this heart-stoppingly beautiful city before meeting the group again and getting back on the bus.
As you leave behind the amazing Dubrovnik in the everlasting shimmer of the Adriatic Sea you might want to take another picture or two to remind you of this inspiring day in Dubrovnik. The ride back to Split leads you through the same scenic route where you can rest your eyes on the sea and amazing Dalmatian coast. After arriving in Split or Trogir you will be dropped off at the same place where you were picked up in the morning.
Double your fun by visiting two historic spots in Bosnia and Herzegovina on this one day long tour from Split or Trogir. Travel in a comfortable air-conditioned vehicle across the border to hit the spot where the western culture meets the exotic eastern culture in a strikingly beautiful Old City of Mostar. Explore the streets with a local guide while listening about the distinctive culture of this less-visited European country. Use this opportunity to visit the peaceful Catholic pilgrimage village Medugorje to relax your body and mind and, perhaps, even find your inner peace.
Start your day early; get picked up at your hotel or meet the group at the centrally located meeting point in Split or Trogir. A scenic route across the border takes you through some picturesque villages of the rural Bosnia and Herzegovina as you approach the famous Catholic pilgrimage village Medugorje. This small rural site has turned into a wildly known pilgrimage site for Catholics around the world, that come here every year in search of a miracle. It was back in 1981 when six children claimed they saw a vision of Virgin Mary when Medugorje became exceedingly famous, attracting more and more visitors every year. Make the most of your free time here to walk around the village, or attend the Holy Mass or, perhaps, climb the Apparition Hill.
Later on, enjoy a short ride to Mostar – a city from the past, the point of connection between the west world and the exotic eastern culture. Explore the city with a local guide and listen about all the hypnotizing historical anecdotes. You’ll find yourself bedazzled at the sight of the famous Stari Most (Old Bridge) – a majestic stone arch above the Neretva River, connecting two medieval towers, giving the city a widely recognizable visual identity. Here you can testify at one of a kind spectacle performed specially for the visitors of the city – young locals showing off in their daredevil stunts; throwing themselves off the twenty meters high Old Bridge into the icy water of the Neretva River. Mind you, not anyone can perform these acrobatic tricks! There’s a special crash course that you would need to pay and attend before anyone lets you jump into the river from that height. So just relax and enjoy while professionals do it the best way they can!
Cross over the bridge to check out the Ottoman quarter which has been attractively restored after the war in the nineties. Check out the old Bazar, the Mosque and then, after the walking tour, enjoy exploring the city on your own. This city will inspire you with its oriental structured streets and buildings, friendly people, good tasty food and a very distinctive coffee culture which might remind you of Turkey. So make the most of your free time here in Mostar to sit back and relax on one of the terraces, try out traditional food or explore the immense line of souvenir shops to bring back home some unique oriental-looking-like souvenirs.
The ride back to Split leads you through the rocky landscapes of Herzegovina. After arriving in Split or Trogir you will be dropped off at the same place where you were picked up in the morning.
After Pick Up and departure from Split starts your day trip to Bosnia and Hercegovina. In confortable car or mini van driving through the landscapes of Bosnia, with your tour guide, you will arrive to Mostar.
In Mostar, our local tour guide will introduce you with a great history of this city known as a window of the Orient. We will visit the old Baazar, full of picturesque shops and workshops, the Mosque and after that we’ll enjoy a walk along the famous Turkish Old bridge from the 16th century after which the town was named (most- bridge). Enjoy time at leisure in one of the local restaurant, strolling through the Old Bridge area and visit local souvenir shops.
From Mostar we will take ride to Sarajevo passing Konjic, Jablanica and Neretva River valley. Upon arrival your local tour guide will wait for you and take you through Baščaršija and Sarajevo city center to show you unique places and customs of this intresting and multi-ethnic city.
On 1,5 h tour we will visit famous fountain called Sebilj, Kazandžiluk street, Imperial mosque, Gazi Husref beys mosque complex and few other spots around are places we certanly do not miss.
Beside of historic part, the guide will show you where are the best local restaurants to have a lunch and to try domestic food ćevapi, burek, baklava, best Bosnian coffee, where to buy local products and souvenirs. Enjoy time at leisure strolling through the streets and discover Sarajevo on your own. After this beutiful experience and full of new impressions of Bosnia and Hercegovina we will leave Sarajevo and return to Split.
Suggested itinerary for Mostar and Sarajevo private tour:
7:00 h Pick Up and Departure
7:00 h – 9:00 h Drive to Bosnia nad Hercegovina - Mostar
9:00 h – 10:00 h Sightseeing tour of Mostar
10:00 h – 11:00 h Free time for meal and shoping
11:00 h – 13:00 h Drive to Sarajevo
13:00 h – 15:00 h Sightseeing tour of Sarajevo
15:00 h – 17:00 h Free time
17:00 h – 21:00 h Drive back to Split
Only 90 minutes from the heart of Dalmatia and of the Adriatic you can feel the true, pure and unspoiled nature near the town of Livno (BiH).
Only ten kilometers away from the town of Livno, on the vast stretches of unspoiled nature, the gallop of over two hundred wild horses is the only thing that will disturb the relaxing peace of that area.
The famous Livno plateau is overlooking the big tourist sensation, the symbol of Livno, the wild horses.
The powerful and beautiful wild horses inhabit this beautiful Livno land for decades. A unique travel adventure awaits you!
Those who go around the area, from Korićine to Pine head, will be impressed by the herds of wild horses, which walk for kilometers a day.
Wild horses in the pastures live for almost fifty years under the open sky, left to the harsh winters and the attack of wild animals of the surrounding forests.
Group prices: 300 Euros for 4 people, 370 Euros - 5 people, 440 Euros - 6 people, 510 Euros - 7 people, 580 Euros - 8 people.
Bank account payment: 95 Euros for an adult, 375€ - 4 people, 463 € - 5 people, 550 € - 6 people, 640 € - 7 people, 725 € - 8 people.
Get away from the city vibes and enjoy exploring this one-of-a-kind, top-notch, jaw-dropping beautiful destination. Seriously, Krka Waterfalls National Park is worth visiting even if you have just one day of vacation in Croatia! The whole national park covers a large area of over 100 square kilometers, but this tour takes you to the most interesting part of it – Skradinski Buk – the final and the longest travertine barrier on the Krka River, a place that seems like it belongs to some dreamed up land instead of reality. Explore this part of the park on foot, strolling around the trails for visitors and taking in all the natural beauty that surrounds you. Make the most of your visit by jumping into the river and reaching one of the cascades for a memorable experience.
Get picked up at your hotel or meet the group at the centrally located meeting point in Split or Trogir to begin this exhilarating one day tour out of the city. You’re just a short ride away from the first stop – the great city of Sibenik. This one is not only architecturally beautiful, but also historically important, so you’ll learn all about it while walking to the center of its historic core and visiting a very unique work of art – St. James Cathedral. Listen about all the unique architectural solutions of this UNESCO site while admiring its sculptural beauties. Your visit to Sibenik will be short and sweet, so after approximately one hour you will say goodbye to this beautiful coastal city and get back on the bus.
Enjoy another short ride until you reach Krka Waterfalls National Park and the welcoming natural beauty of the most fascinating part of the park – Skradinski Buk. The walking tour of the park leads you straight into a small resemble of authentically renovated stone houses – workshops, exhibits and watermill that demonstrate all the necessities needed to make a village life sustainable centuries ago. Outside of this small set of stone houses there’s a whole net of trails for visitors that lead the way across the waters of the enchanting Krka River. Explore these trails with your guide while listening about all the different herbal and animal species that call this place a home. Relax in the shades of tall trees or sit by the refreshing river and slowly take in all the beauty that surrounds you. Make the most of your time in this fascinating place and use the free time to jump into the river and swim close to one of the cascades for a very unique experience. You can also have lunch (at an additional cost) in a small restaurant inside of the park, but if you prefer not to, that’s ok too. Use your whole free time to wonder around the area, exploring every little corner and using all the perfect photo opportunities.
Then say farewell to this small piece of paradise and get back on the bus. The ride back to Split leads you through some eye-catching landscapes and picturesque Dalmatian villages. After arriving in Split or Trogir you will be dropped off at the same place where you were picked up in the morning.
Croatia is known for its historical towns, the beautiful nature, the many islands and the beautiful crystal clear Sea. If you are spending your holiday in Croatia, and like to explore, this is the place to start.
In our database we have collected a large number of excursions, day trips and tours from towns in Istria, Dalmatia, Kvarner and other regions of Croatia.
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History and cultural tours: In this category, you can find day trips to the historical and UNESCO protected cities in Croatia, like Dubrovnik, Trogir or Split. Also in this category we have listed excursions to Mostar and Medjugorje in Bosnia as well as Kotor and Budva in Montenegro.
National park tours: Day trips to national parks in Croatia choose between excursions to Plitvice Lakes, Krka waterfalls, Kornati Islands, Mljet or any of the other national parks in Croatia, availability depending on from where you wish to join a tour.
Boat excursion: Discover the Croatian Islands, highlight is of course a tour to the blue cave on Island Bisevo. Other popular boat excursions are the ones to Island Hvar, Island Brac, Islands by Zadar and in the Kvarner bay. Most common boat tour is a fish picnic, which can be found from all tourist cities along the coast.
Walking tours: In most historical towns, like e.g. Porec, Pula, Rovinj, Zadar, Sibenik, Split, Trogir and Dubrovnik you have a variety of walking tours with different themes like sights, museums, even city walks etc.
Gourmet tours: If you want to try the real Croatian kitchen or the excellent Croatian wine, a gourmet tour is what you should be looking for. Gourmet and wine tours are available in larger tourist towns.
Adventure tours: If you like action you have plenty of options to get an adrenalin kick in Croatia, in this category you will find: Quad and buggy safari, Rafting, Paragliding, hill climbing and many other types of adventure tours.
Party tours: If you are looking for a party time, this is the tour to join, in this category you can find pub crawl, concerts, beach parties, sailing parties and other fun tours.