6 reviews of Small-Group Mljet National Park Day Trip from Dubrovnik
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Reviewed by Patricia L, September 2012
This island is really pristine and beautiful. It is well worth the time! Our guide was knowlegeable about the history of the area as well as all of Croatia and his insights added tremendously to the experience. We had a small group of only 3 people on the tour so we got a lot of personal attention.After visiting with the guide I would go back to Mljet and spend a day or two.
Reviewed by MARK E, United Kingdom, September 2012
Enjoyable good value day-trip to beautiful island. Plenty of free time, monastery tour interesting - and just long enough to allow restaurant next door to prepare choice of fish or meat-based dishes. Drinks are extra but no more expensive than in Dubrovnik old town itself.
Reviewed by Willem Hoffmann, August 2012
The Island of Mljet (Croatia) is a truly wonderful place to visit. It offers beautiful vistas of lush green natural vegetation, absolutely beautiful lakes, the quaint Church of Marija on a dimunitive little island (easy to stroll around the whole island in less than 30 minutes), and a stunning bike route (easy to rent a high quality mountain bike). For Christians, this island has an added attraction as being one of the stop-over places for Paul during his missionary endeavours. I can highly recommend this one-day trip to anyone visiting Dubrovnik or the Dalmatia area in Croatia.
Reviewed by Lina L, September 2012
We found the trip was very expensive, but Mljet island really is special, so it was worth visiting. Free time given to swim in the lake or to rent a bike or a kayak was great. Lunch was nice too:)
Reviewed by michael p, September 2012
we were picked up outside our b+b after getting the owner to phone for me as i was unable to explain where it was. The guide was a young man who spoke reasonable english without actually seaming to understand the english grammer the trip was pleasant enough the lunch provided was adequate the stroll through the country side was tiring and boring It was very hot and too far to walk in the heat of the afternoon the nature reserve is lacking in any nature as the mongoose's have wiped out all the snakes and then decimated the bird life .
The Benedictine Monks destroyed a pure fresh water lake by opening it to the sea when they built their Monastery all in all a very disappointing experience of a nature reserve
Reviewed by Jonathan B, August 2012
Amazing location and scenery, really please we did it. The guide was pleasant and polite, knew his history.
The lunch was a disgrace, everyone on the tour who ate the fish thought it was awful. Seriously, that was the worst meal my wife and i have eaten in about 5 years - in a restaurant i would have refused to pay and simply walked out, however on a tour that is not possible. Fish was brown, dry, cold, and the accompanying potatoes and spinach were not much better. Suggest you let people choose their own lunch off the menu - those who did had no complaints.
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