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What people are saying about Split-Dalmatia County

Brilliant the staff were so helpful first class

Will come back again and helpful get to see the blue caves Fabulous trip thank you again to the crew as they were brilliant deserve bonus

Great day out inspite of conditions not allowing us to visit the blue

Definitely recommend it. Driver and guide were great, brilliant fun. Refunded cave entrance fee so very fair.

What a day, it’s a must do if you’re in the Hvar area.

Day started well, we found our ‘host’ by the meeting point and were taken to our boat. The skippper aka the host aka Leon was great and gave us a little brief before setting off. At each stop we were told a bit about th history of the place and we even stopped to see some dolphins that happened to swim around the area we were. All in all the day was great, great boat, great host and so much beauty to take in! The blue cave is a must but I think the green cave can be skipped as you have to be there at noon to get the colour of the cave. The beaches were all gorgeous and we stopped for a drink and some sun on all of them. It was a great day and I would highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys being on a boat for a day! Don’t expect the journey not to be bumpy but is very fun!

Very nice rafting adventure with competent guide

We had a very pleasant and nice time, rafting down Cetina river with our guide Jure. As there was no further tour taking place after ours, we were really relaxed and could take our time. Jure shared lots of interesting information about land, people and landscape with us and we had an absolutely amazing time in the nature. As it was a bit before season, rafting was a real nature adventure for us. Thanks to Croatia Rafting and especially Jure.

Cetina River Rafting 3-Hour Adventure Reviewed by Katharina, 20/05/2019

Good guide, good driver.....shame about the weather

A long drive to see a lovely city, with a guide who kept us entertained throughout. And obviously managed to sweet talk the border officials as we sailed through in both directions. Yes, you do need to take tour passport to travel from one part of Croatia to another, as you have to go via Bosnia Herzegovina. Now if he could only have convinced the rain to stop, it would have been a perfect day.

Dubrovnik Day Tour from Split or Trogir Reviewed by Anonymous, 16/05/2019