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  • Dubrovnik: Kravica Waterfalls and Mostar Day Trip

    1. Dubrovnik: Kravica Waterfalls and Mostar Day Trip

    Start your journey in Dubrovnik and enjoy a less than 2-hour drive with your English-speaking driver. Discover the scenic routes of Croatia and across the border to Bosnia and Herzegovina. First, stop at the Kravica falls, one of the best-kept secrets of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The falls created by the river Trebizat provide a relaxing background for swimming and picnics in summer. Then, continue to your next stop, the city of Mostar. Join your local guide for a tour of the narrow cobblestone streets of the old town. Then marvel at the Old Bridge that crosses the river Neretva. Finally, stop at the medieval town of Počitelj, before going back to Dubrovnik.

    We were picked up from the hotel. The ride was comfortable and the driver Luka was wonderful. It was like a mini tour along the way during the drive. In Mostar Irfaan, our local guide, explained us about the history of the place and showed us the beautiful city. On our way back we stopped at the Kravice waterfall. Very serene and beautiful. Not many tourists.Overall a very memorable trip and highly recommended to anyone travelling to Croatia.

  • National Park Mljet Island Day Trip from Dubrovnik

    2. National Park Mljet Island Day Trip from Dubrovnik

    Your excursion starts with a drive from Dubrovnik to the port of Gruz. At Gruz the tour boards a boat (catamaran) for the Island of Mljet. Disembark the boat at Polace for a drive to Pristanište. Next you will take a leisurely hike in the National Park Mljet, taking a tour of Big and Small Lake with a guide who will provide background information about the National park and the island. On this unique inland lake, the tour takes a boat ride to the small island of St. Mary where you will visit the beautiful Benedictine Monastery. You will also tour the island upon arrival. Finally, enjoy lunch followed by free time that you can use for swimming or just a walk on this beautiful island. The tour returns to Dubrovnik in the afternoon.

  • Dubrovnik: Cave Exploration with Locals

    3. Dubrovnik: Cave Exploration with Locals

    Visit several smaller caves on the island of Koločep and the Blue Cave. Go inside and experience how the reflection of the sun rays gives the sea an extraordinary blue color. Your skipper will join you in the sea as he shares interesting stories about the Dubrovnik caves. Next, visit the three Green caves. You’ll notice right away how the hues of turquoise and green beautifully blend as the waves ripple on the surface. These are also excellent spots for swimming and snorkeling. As you sail back towards the Old Town, stop by the Betina Cave and tread on the beautiful pebble beach. Visit the biggest of the Dubrovnik caves, called the Pidgeon’s cave. Secluded, on the outer side of the island, its entrance is surrounded by steep rocks and Mediterranean greenery protruding from the rocks.

    Excellent!!!! A wonderful tour! You can’t missed it!! The guide was fantastic, very willing to satisfy our wishes. The boat was well equipped with drinks, towels and masks for snorkel! A perfect trip!!

  • Mostar and Kravica Waterfalls with Turkish House Visit

    4. Mostar and Kravica Waterfalls with Turkish House Visit

    Depart Dubrovnik and journey along the coast of the Adriatic Sea by luxury minibus. Stop for a coffee (at your own expense) in the seaside town of Neum, and then continue to the beautiful Kravica Waterfalls to marvel at the dramatic tufa cascades of the Trebižat River. Continue to the historic city of Mostar and take a guided walking tour on arrival to see sights such as the rebuilt 16th-century Stari Most (Old Bridge). Learn more about the city's cultural diversity and admire the minarets of the Cejvan Cehaj Mosque and Koski Mehmed Paša Mosque. Look inside the Turkish House (Kajtaz) to get an insight into what a traditional dwelling looked like and get some free time to explore and enjoy lunch at your own expense before the return journey to Dubrovnik.

    It was very informative and organised very well. Our guide Petra was exemplary. She knew how to conduct a crowd and keep the momentum going. While she gave some great anecdotes, she was very funny. The trip doesn't cover the extra fare to the Kravice waterfalls.

  • Dubrovnik: Private Tour to Krka National Park

    5. Dubrovnik: Private Tour to Krka National Park

    Depart from Dubrovnik and head to the natural wonders at Krka National Park which is home to 17 different waterfalls. During the drive, hear stories about 2000 years of turbulent history in the region. Because this is a private tour, take the opportunity to ask questions and chat with your guide about whatever topic you choose, including the intense history of the region such as the Yugoslavian War in the 1990s.  After driving for about 3.5 hours, arrive at the Krka National Park and begin your explorations on foot. Your guide will travel with you so you will have plenty of time to find out anything you would like to know. Discover the medieval Franciscan monastery, first mentioned in records in the 14th-century, located in the middle of Lake Visovac. Don't miss the stunning Krčić, Roški, and Risnjak waterfalls. Admire the stunning cascade at Skradinski Buk, the park's largest waterfall...

  • Sarajevo to Dubrovnik: Herzegovina Connecting Day Tour

    6. Sarajevo to Dubrovnik: Herzegovina Connecting Day Tour

    Start the tour with pickup from your hotel in Sarajevo. Head out for a morning ride through the interesting suburbs of Sarajevo and areas of central Bosnia taking in the views along the way. Pass by Ivan mountain and enter the Herzegovina region. Make your first stop of the day in the old part of Konjic town for a short visit. See the famous 17th-century Old Bridge which looms over the turquoise waters of the Neretva river. Then, continue your journey along the shoreline of the beautiful Jablaničko Lake, making a short stop in Jablanica town to learn about the history of the Neretva Battle in WWII. Also, see how the region's greatest delicacy - famous roasted lamb on the spit - is made. Continue your tour with a stop in Mostar for a 2-hour walking tour through the town's most important sites. Marvel at the Old Bridge, the Old Bazaar and cobbled streets of the Old Town. Hear unique stori...

  • Private Tour of National Park Plitvice from Dubrovnik

    7. Private Tour of National Park Plitvice from Dubrovnik

    Enjoy a private sightseeing day trip with a local guide. You will be taken to the first and the largest national park in Croatia which was founded in 1949, and has also been on the list of UNESCO's world heritage since 1979. Plitvice lakes are a unique natural phenomenon: 16 picturesque lakes which are connected by a number of cascading waterfalls. Travertine barriers, which were made in a period of about ten thousand years, are one of the fundamental features of the park. The lakes are renowned for their distinctive colors ranging from azure to green, grey, or blue, depending on the quantity of minerals or organisms in the water and the angle of sunlight. The National Park covers an area of 29,482 hectares. The high forests, which in some places seem almost primeval, contain a wealth and variety of animal and plant life. There are deer, bears, wolves, wild boar, wild cats, small game...

  • Mostar: Kravice Waterfalls Private Day Tour

    8. Mostar: Kravice Waterfalls Private Day Tour

    Meet your guide in the lobby of your hotel and depart from Dubrovnik towards Mostar. This is a private tour, so there is no strict itinerary, you will get a tour tailored according to your needs and desires. Get to know the history of Bosnia & Herzegovina and see some of the most beautiful historical and natural landmarks that this region has to offer.  Enjoy the hospitality of its culturally diverse nation with your private guide as you explore its architectural heritage and natural beauty. Arrive in Mostar, and listen to a brief history and some anecdotes about the city. Learn about the devastation of the city during the recent Yugoslavian War, and what it meant for the local people. Marvel at the Old Bridge which crosses the Neretva River and connects the 2 parts of the city. Discover how the bridge was built in the 16th-century by the Ottomans and is considered to be one of the most...

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What people are saying about Dubrovnik

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 108 reviews

Perfect afternoon with Maro. The boat is great and Maro a very professionnal pilot. We enjoyed the differents cave and some spot to swim with sandy beach. So i highy recommand this excusion that we did as a family of 5, Maro is very kind and explain a lot of things too.

Especial thanks to the tour guide Dino,, he was amazing The other are the wonderful travelers I have met on the tour My only problem was that the amount of money I paid for the tour through get your guide was much more expensive than the agency

Great day to discover the national park on the island of Mljet. The guide was very nice and shared her love of the island with us. Only regret: not enough time spent on site. I would come back to see more

Very good organized tour with extraordinary tour guides. Only thing what could be better is to enlarge the time in Mostar

Loved this tour. Enjoyed every detail about it. It a long day tour but really worth it.