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Our guide was lovely. Even though it was off season, it was a pleasure walking through the intimate old towns. No crowds either! My guide was thoughtful enough to find me some cold medicine when I discovered that I was starting to sniffle. Good times!
Head south to diminutive coastal Montenegro on this day trip from Dubrovnik. Take a scenic drive on the southern Dalmatian Coast and experience small Adriatic villages and towns, including the UNESCO-listed Kotor, situated in Europe’s southernmost fjord. Finish with an optional ferry ride across the Bay of Kotor and then enjoy a final scenic drive on your way back to Dubrovnik.
Discover ‘Game of Thrones’ film sites of Dubrovnik on this walking tour that takes in the real-life attractions used for some of the show’s locations. As you explore the city’s World Heritage-listed Old Town with your guide, enjoy views of the red-roofed skyline you know as King’s Landing. Follow in Joffrey’s footsteps at Lovrijenac Fortress, stand where Ayra Stark stood, and hear behind-the-scenes stories about filming in the city. When booking, you can choose to upgrade to include a tour to Trsteno Arboretum, which was used as the palace gardens. This Viator Exclusive is available nowhere else.
Five Island Speedboat Tour Featuring the Blue Cave and Hvar
, Nov 2019
Excellent trip to many off the islands of split. Michael and Lorena (My recollection of names could be off) were excellent hosts providing good commentary on the history and also some thrills on the speedboat. As it was not a very busy time of the year, they also added the green caves to the iternary. Their recommendation for lunch was very good and it came with an added bonus of 15% discount on the total spend.
Cool experience with the speedboat though some might feel tired with the not very comfortable ride.it was a pity to know the blue cave wasn’t open due to the tide at the last minute. They still tried to let us see the entrance. And we Got partial refund in 3days. Very efficient and reliable.
I went on this tour with my three daughters - ages 10, 10, 12. It was great fun for all. Very well run. The best way to see a lot of territory in a short amount of time due to the speed of the boat. The islands are gorgeous and it’s so worth it to see them all. No need to bring food as you can buy snacks and beverages along the way. Bring sunscreen and a towel.
Explore five islands near the Croatian coast during this full-day speedboat sightseeing excursion from Split or Trogir. Visit Hvar, Ravnik, Budikovac, Vis, and Biševo during your trip, stopping to enjoy highlights like the famous Blue Cave, the fishing village of Komiža, swimming and snorkeling in Stiniva Cove, and the historic town of Hvar, plus much more.
Dubrovnik Super Saver: Mt Srd Cable Car Ride plus Old Town and City Walls Walking Tour
Dubrovnik Cable Car + Old Town & City Walls Tour
, Nov 2019
The tour was great. I booked a 9 am meeting time outside of Old Town, but our ship did not end up docking until 9 am. We got to the meeting place 10 minutes late and they tour already left for the cable car. Another tour company guide, got in touch with the tour company and we were able to catch up with them just before they boarded the cable car. The tour was wonderful as was the guide.
Views of city from top of ride were incredible. Interesting guide. Wish we had been able to walk the Wall in the morning. We were tired by the time we’d walked the city and the cable car excursion to start the Wall walk, plus we were in the full afternoon sun.
Get more for your money with this Dubrovnik Super Saver that combines a cable car trip up to Mt. Srd and a walking tour of the Old Town and the city walls. Ascend up the craggy Mt. Srd in the spacious comfortable cable car affording incredible views of Dubrovnik and the Adriatic. Then descend to the Old Town and begin an information-packed walking tour of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed site. Finally, climb up to the walls, strolling along the medieval fortifications while learning about the fascinating history of the city.
Kotor bay was amazing. Would not have wanted to be driving myself in Montenegro given their drivers and police practices. Our guide Dena was superb, so informative and able to share about Balkans' history and context.
Taking a private tour was much more enjoyable than doing the bigger bus trips. Our guide, Robert, was interesting, charming, and very knowledgeable. The pace was great. We were given enough time to enjoy some time in Kotor, and then in Butva where we also had a fantastic lunch. Recommend that you ask for Robert if you can. He will treat you like royalty.
Our group of 5 had an excellent day with Mateo from Dubrovnik to Montenegro. He was prompt at 7:30 am at our hotel, was extremely personable and informative and had us laughing all day long. The car was comfortable and enabled us to get through the border crossings within 10 minutes. He brought us to locations a little less traveled, gave superb advice on how to spend our free time and gave us great perspective on the history, culture and landscape of Montenegro. We were highly satisified and so happy we chose the private vs bus tour.
Book this exciting day trip to up-and-coming Montenegro with a private guide and be sure to have an unforgettable travel day. Montenegro, off-the-beaten-path for many tourists, boasts some beautiful seaside towns. Explore Budva, Kotor, and Perast, learning about their history and what’s happening in present-day Montenegro from your knowledgeable guide. And come with your bathing suit because there is plenty of time to take a dip in the sea.
I would highly recommend this trip to Bosnia. Our driver Adis and guide Silvia, we’re very pleasant and knowledgeable. We were going to hire a car but in the end we opted for this trip and I’m so pleased we did! Thanks for a great day out.
Guide Sylvia is very informative and looks after all passengers. The best part of the tour for us was that useful information about the waterfalls and Mostar ( the countries) was provided on the bus and then we were left to ourselves to individually explore each location, at our own pace. The places visited were unique and we found the trip a well organised and a very enjoyable day. Would heartily recommend.
Navigating to Bosnia & Herzegovina’s Kravice Waterfalls from Dubrovnik can be challenging on your own so book a guided tour for a stress-free visit. Your driver will pick you up from your Dubrovnik hotel where you’ll then head out past the seaside villages of the Dubrovnik Riviera and into the Bosnian countryside towards the medieval town of Mostar. You’ll enjoy free time in Mostar before stopping at the Kravice Waterfalls on your way back to Dubrovnik.
Plitvice Lakes National Park Small-Group Day Trip from Split
, Nov 2019
I enjoyed the tour very much. The lakes were extremely beautiful and it was very nice how quiet the park was in November, and the fall colors were lovely. Elena was an outstanding tour guide and she made sure everything went smoothly. I learned much more about the park and Croatia than if I had visited on my own. Thanks for the great tour!
Amazing Place: Must be able to handle challenging hiking for 5.6 miles
, Oct 2019
Plitvice with its waterfalls, lakes and canyons is one of the most beautiful natural wonders I have ever seen. That said it requires the visitor to navigate difficult ungroomed trails, narrow slatted bridges and walkways and hundreds of steps. One must be in good shape to hike 5-6 miles of challenging trails. It is also quite crowded with tour groups who seem to rush through the site creating some traffic problems on narrow walkways and stairs. Our guide was magnificent and motivating.
Lose yourself in the UNESCO-listed landscapes of the Plitvice Lakes National Park on this full-day tour from Split. Take a short hike around the magnificent tree-lined Upper Lakes (Gornja Jezera); stand in awe before Veliki Slap, Croatia’s biggest waterfall; and enjoy a thrilling cruise around the Lower Lakes (Donja Jezera).
6 Islands, Hvar and Blue Cave Small-Group Tour with Lunch and Wine Tasting
, Sep 2019
Our tour was just as advertised. But they didn't mention how exceptional Captain Mike and Dora would be. They made sure everyone was comfortable and well cared for. Great stories and info and all around fun atmosphere. The ride is a bit fast, windy and bumpy, but the islands are definitely worth seeing. The wine tasting was one of the highlights. Such an authentic experience! I'd love to spend another day with Mike and Dora.
6 island is kind of rush but if u only hv 1 day, you must choose this tour of course. For Snorkeling equipment, we dont hv it but i think you can get it if u ask. Overall, i will give 5 star for this trip.
Discover six islands and caves on a full-day speedboat cruise from Split. Board a RIB (rigid-inflatable boat), and visit beauty spots including the Blue Cave, Monk Seal Cave (weather permitting) and passing by Green Cave before stopping to swim, snorkel, and sunbathe at Budikovac Island’s Blue Lagoon. After a restaurant lunch, cruise to sandy beach Smokova Bay in Vis island. Continue to Hvar Town, enjoying free time here before a wine tasting on Brac Island. Lunch with wine and water, entrance fees to Blue Cave, and use of snorkeling equipment included.
Excellent tour guides, the driver and then the student in Mostar. Took the tour late December during the off season and had no wait line at the borders and it was just me and my sister in the van. Mostar has great history and shopping and restaurants available. Medjugorje was interesting to see. Would highly recommend this tour.
While in Dubrovnik, head to another country for the day to see the best of Bosnia and Herzegovina on a guided day trip. Stop in UNESCO-protected Počitelj, which boasts beautiful historical sites, then, head to Medjugorje, the place where, in 1981, six children saw an apparition of the Virgin Mary and has been one of the most popular spots for Catholic pilgrimage in the world. Finally, continue on to Mostar with its stunning bridge.
Ljubljana and Bled Lake - small group - day tour from Zagreb
Excellent day trip from Zagreb
, Nov 2019
This is an excellent place to visit if you happened to be in Zagreb and have a day to two to spare. Lake Bled is so beautiful with a little island somewhere in the middle of the lake. The boat ride to the island is not cheap but definitely worth the experience. The view from Ljubljana Castle is equally gorgeous. Try the cake from the cafe near the entrance of the castle. It's nice. Overall a very nice day trip from Zagreb
Wonderful day to Solvenia. It was a beautiful country. Good amount of time in Ljubljana (1.5 hour free time plus about 30 min tour with our guide). It was a good blend of free time and guided tour. Same with Bled. Had plenta ride (15 euro/person) to church in middle of lake. Could have used a little more time (about 15 min) there but did not feel overly rushed. Same with Castle Bled. Maybe 15 min more but still did not feel overly rushed. We had Dino as our guide who on the way to Slovenia gave great information on Croatia and Slovenia making the trip pass quickly. It is about 50/50 car and outside of car but well worth the venture into Slovenia. I will say we were lucky and had minimal trouble at the border but it was October so be prepared you may get back later (we were back about 7:15pm) and many have slightly less time due to boarder crossing. Again, worth it.
Pack in two of Slovenia’s most popular places into one day with this full-day tour of Ljubljana and Bled from Croatia. With round-trip transport form Zagreb included, it’s easy to make your way to see the Ljubljana old city center, Ljubljanica River’s Triple Bridge, Bled Castle, and Lake Bled. Tour both cities with a guide, and then use your free time to explore on your own.
The price is for the tour, not per person. Max 8 persons. Get away from the crowds. Visit the beautiful nature of the islands. Book a private speedboat tour with local skipper who owns the boat. Find hidden places.
Not only is it worth visiting because of how amazing it is and the amount of beautiful pictures you can take of the amazing waterfalls, the tour itself was super nice! Luka was our guide and he made the experience a very nice one! He was always in a good mode, shared history details with us about Croatia, answered all our questions and was our own personal photographer hehehe
For sure a trip I would do again in another season! Thanks Luka for a great trip!
Explore Plitvice Lakes National Park—a UNESCO World Heritage Site—on a full-day trip from Zagreb, and experience one of Croatia’s most scenic landscapes. Visit the historic village of Rastoke, join a guide for a walk through the park, cruise across Kozjak Lake, then take a panoramic train ride. This full-day Plitvice Lakes tour includes pickup and drop-off at selected hotels in Zagreb, all activities, and entrance fees.
Ljubljana and Lake Bled Full Day Small Group Excursion from Zagreb
Ljubljana and Lake Bled Full Day Excursion from Zagreb
, Dec 2019
My wife and I really enjoyed this day trip to Ljubljana and Lake Bled. Our driver, Luka, who was also a guide for a part of the trip, arrived in good time to pick us up in a comfortable minibus, where there were 5 of us altogether. He was full of interesting information and was kind and courteous throughout. When we arrived in Ljubljana, we were met by our local guide for the walking tour of Ljubljana, Urša, who was excellent at explaining the history and legends of the area. She even brought us to a free tasting of locally produced liquors and honeys which went down very well, and knew her stuff when she was asked any questions. We then met up with our driver Luka again after lunch and we travelled to Bled Castle and Lake Bled, who was our guide for this part of the tour. He was very knowledgable in the history of the area, and made sure all of us were comfortable when accessing some of the steeper parts of the castle pathway, before we were safely transported back to Zagreb in the evening. Overall, this was an excellent experience, and I would highly recommend it to anyone planning this day trip from Zagreb.
Visit two of Slovenia’s highlights on a full-day, small-group tour from Zagreb to Ljubljana and Lake Bled. Take a walking tour of the historic Slovenian capital, enjoy the view from the Ljubljana Castle, then drive into the Julian Alps to see Lake Bled’s medieval castle and island church. This full-day Slovenia tour includes all activities and round-trip transport from centrally-located Zagreb hotels, and it’s limited to eight people for a more personal experience.
Full-Day Dubrovnik Elaphite Islands Cruise with Lunch
Great Day Cruise
, Nov 2019
This was a relaxing day cruise. Hosts were very helpful and food and drinks on boat very good.
the 3 islands were very beautiful and this is definitely a worth while trip.
However as this was their last trip of the season they could have advised us that many shops/visiting places on the 3 islands were closed/not operating so meant there was very little to do other than chill out and relax, which in our case was fine.
The booking process and communication from Zaton Water Sports could have been better. We had to chase for hotel pick up details.
The crew allowed plenty of time at the islands. The largest of the islands we had plenty of time to explore, swim and snorkel. Great lunch provided. If you get a gorgeous day like we did, was pretty much perfect.
A good day out, but needed more time on the islands.
, Oct 2019
The boat, the crew, the food: all excellent. But you're up against the geography. Getting round the 3 islands is a big ask in one day; Lopud is first where you have enough time to grab a "golf buggy" taxi across the top of the island to a superb beach, have a swim and a coffee and make it back to the boat.
After that, lunch is a served on the boat (and it's excellent!) and then you're off to Sipan (a quick wander round the harbour town) and then off to Kolocep for again, a quick walk round the harbour town.
The white wine was free flowing, and a bottle of Grappa appeared on the journey home; be warned, some on the boat don't know when to stop. There's always one (group), right?
Admire the scenery of the Adriatic Coast on this full-day Elaphite Island cruise from Dubrovnik. Board a shared boat and spend the day sailing to the three gems of Lopud, Sipan, and Kolocep. Relax and soak up the seascapes on deck as you cruise, and at each island, enjoy free time to explore stone villages, beaches, footpaths, and historical landmarks. Choose from three lunch dishes and enjoy unlimited onboard drinks. Includes Dubrovnik hotel pickup and drop-off.
We had a great time on this tour, Our tour-guide was very informative and friendly and the food was beautiful, come hungry because there is a lot of it and the wine was plenty as well. We went to a few different types of eateries each one with a bit of a history lesson on the food and where we were. I would highly reccommned it, the highlight of our three nights in Split and we did a lot!
Discover Split’s highlight landmarks—and go on a tasting tour of the city's in-demand restaurants and eateries—on this two-for-one, half-day tour. Pick from morning or afternoon departure times, and set off from a conveniently located meeting point. You’ll explore the UNESCO-listed Diocletian’s Palace and discover its bustling squares and marketplaces. You’ll also enjoy classic Croatian dishes and drinks at five different culinary stops, from homey taverns to pastry shops. Be sure to come hungry, as the samples add up to a generous meal.
Mostar and Kravice Waterfalls Small-Group with Turkish House Included
Day trip to mostar
, Dec 2019
We had a great trip to Mostar. They picked us up right at our hotel . We learned alot about their beautiful country Our tour guide was also a kindergarten teacher so she was very informative. We highly recommend this tour.
This tour was a very good chance to see a bit of Bosnia and to learn about the history and culture of this country in a very comfortable way. The guide and the driver were excellent! They made my experience enjoyable. Despite of my late booking the night before, the Viator agent and the tour organizers made arrangements to pick me up at my hotel. The weather wasn’t the best (I took the tour on November 6th) but because it was out of the high season, we didn’t waste time due to traffic and border checks.
Pair Bosnia-Herzegovina’s beautiful outdoor scenery with its historic monuments on this full-day excursion including a visit to Mostar and Kravice Waterfalls. Cross the Croatian border and stop to admire the splendor of these 80-foot (25-meter) cascades. Then head to Mostar for a guided walking tour of the Old Town, famous ‘Stari Most’ (bridge), and much more. Extra value for all our clients from is free entrance ticket to Turkish house in Mostar, the most visited museum in this city.
Zagreb to Split Group Transfer with Plitvice Lakes Tour
, Nov 2019
This was such a convenient way to get from Zagreb to Split with a tour at Plitvice Lakes in between! The buses were comfortable, our guide was amazing and the trip was very well organized! You can just leave your luggage in the storage area on the bus while you tour Plitvice Lakes, so it's nice to not have to worry about what to do with your luggage during the tour. I HIGHLY recommend this tour if you're going to be going between the two cities, it's so convenient! And Plitvice Lakes is not to be missed, it was a beautiful place to visit, even among all the crowds!
Zagreb to Split group transfer with Plitvice Lakes tour
, Oct 2019
The tour was terrific due to Marko our amazing guide. Not only was he super knowlegable, he took a personal interest in us.
We were picked up on time and although the main road was closed due to high winds, the hotel was called to make sure we were coming
Our tour guide was Andre with Petros Tours.
He was amazing. He explained everything from the moment they picked us up and made sure we had no surprises.
He was with us the whole walk, answering all questions, in Plitvice, and arranged for a very smooth transfer to the bigger bus that took us to Split.
He introduced us to the new guide- Rocco who was also very helpful and made sure we had a safe drive to our hotel.
We had no wait between transfer.
I would recommend this tour with this company to anyone visiting Croatia.
Enjoy a day out of the city on a sightseeing tour to Plitviče Lakes National Park, with seamless round-trip transfer from your hotel. Enjoy a brief stop in the picturesque village of Rastoke before arriving to the UNESCO-listed site to explore its lakes, waterfalls, flora, and fauna, with insights provided by your guide.
A really informative tour with a perfect blend of history and Game Of Thrones trivia. Definitely happy that we did the long tour that takes you to a beautiful garden and the top of Dubrovnik (saving on cable car fees). Highly recommended!
Dubrovnik famously served as a filming location on HBO’s Game of Thrones, but matching landmarks to their fictional representation can be difficult on your own. Explore the city on a Games of Thrones tour and gain insight into the King’s Landing and Iron Throne filming locations from your guide. Attractions include Fort Lovrjenac, Lokrum Island, Trsteno Arboretum, and Srdj Mountain, for stunning views of Dubrovnik.
Full-Day Catamaran Cruise to Hvar & Pakleni Islands with Food and free Drinks
, Sep 2019
We had a wonderful day! The staff were wonderful and extremely friendly. They were very helfpul and made the day a success. The group was a perfect size - not to crowded. Everyone enjoyed themselves and had a great time. The open bar and food was great. I would highly recommend it. It was a great way to see Hvar and the other islands.
Water day on the water. Start with sandwiches , coffee, juice or beer and wine. We had two deep water swims and 3 hours on Hvar where you can swim at the beach, visit the city or whatever you want. Tony, Damian and the crew were amazing. Making sure we had a good time, glasses were full and music playing. There was snorkel equipment and noodles for use during our deep water swims. Really nice Salad with Chicken and fresh watermelon and Apple strudel for dessert. We had so much fun and it appeared so did everyone else on the boat. Great relaxing day on the water.
My husband and i enjoyed this trip very much. The crew is professional and friendly and even though the title says full day, it wasn't tiring at all. It was a leisurely excursion with plenty of time to enjoy and unwind. The food and drinks were quite good and it is unlimited. Great way to spend a day and seeing the islands.
Enjoy unforgettable adventures in coastal Croatia on this full-day catamaran excursion to Hvar, the Pakleni Islands and Brač from Split. Hop aboard your luxury catamaran and take to the waves with a guide. Sail across the Split Riviera toward the Pakleni Islands and soak up fine views over Brač and Šolta Islands. Swim and sunbathe at your leisure in peaceful bays around the Pakleni Islands, then savor a delicious lunch with wine. Explore the ancient town of Hvar, then return to Split as the sun sets on the horizon.
Explore 3 Islands -- lunch & wine included -- small group -- discover different
, Sep 2019
A five star review doesn’t do this justice! We’ve travelled a lot and this is by far one of the best experiences we’ve had! Totally unique and not at all a typical tourist attraction. Amazing locations, great lunch, incredible hosts and a perfect way to see parts of the islands you wouldn’t normally see. Loved every second, an absolute must do!!!
Visit three of Croatia’s highlight islands in one day—and enjoy a luxurious and tranquil way to travel—on this small-group, boutique tour. Depart in the morning from Split aboard a luxurious speedboat, and head to scenic Brac. Next, transfer to Hvar to explore the historic city of Stari Grad, enjoy a local lunch and wine, and more. Finally, head to Solta where you can snorkel, stand-up paddleboard, and swim in a secluded spot.
Plitvice Lakes are a full day tour but be sure that they are the most beautiful thing in Croatia. We have 8 national parks and this is the only one protected by the UNESCO. I always like to point out that it is not a „picnic destination“ – we are not in a single spot, we are constantly walking (at least 6 km) and exploring many small and big waterfalls. After the tour we can make a stop in one of the local restaurants in the area.
Contact us and let’s have a nice day together :)
Quaint Sibenik and Skradin town and picturesque Krka park
, Oct 2019
I start off the day with Sibenik tour. The guide really gave us lots of information about the history of the region. Sibenik is a really quaint town which has less visitors than cities like Split or Dubrovnik so sometimes you can literally have the streets all to yourself. It's not difficult to navigate around the small town at all. Signs leading to the Cathedral is clear and is indicated everywhere in the alleys.
The cafe housed in a garden up the hill recommended by our guide really serves great expresso. The coffee doesn't leave much sour aftertaste and it's so relaxing to just watch the garden while enjoying the good coffee.
Krka waterfalls is very beautiful. Although it's a waterfall but don't expect anything majorly big. Most of Croatia's water are underground so only very few sections are actually aboveground. The guide iis familiar with the place and actually told us to walk the wrong direction from the rest of the crowds because it's mainly downhill and less taxing for older folks. The wooden boardwalk is a must visit as you meander through the various parts of the park.
We ended off with a boat ride to Skradin. Over here, I would recommend to go up to the Fort to get a very beautiful view of the entire small city. Most people forgo the climb as it was steep and rocky but it's well worth it.
Lasttly, we had an enjoyable day tasting all the various white, red and rose wine brewed from all over Croatia. I personally like the red wine best. You could finish off with some alcohol shopping at the house that serves us the delicious wines. You cannot possibly get these wines from supermarkets. They accept Euros and Kunas.
Tonko, the tour guide is super professional and knowledgeable about the history and the places visited. Excellent service! He has a strong sense of humour and caused us laugh alot! The trip without him would certainly short of fun! The wine tasting is absolutely a bonus!
Great pleasure and lucky to have tonko with us.
Experience the beauty of Croatia on this full-day tour of Krka National Park, Sibenik, and Skradin. Walk through the city of Sibenik on Croatia’s Adriatic coast, and see St. James Cathedral. From there, go to the Krka National Park where you can swim under the great waterfalls, as well as take in views from Skradinski buk. Then jump on a boat to make your way to the town of Skradin for wine and cheese tasting.
An ideal nice and easy half-day tour in which you will see two similar yet different cities- Split and Trogir. Both protected by the UNESCO with a pure Mediterranean spirit, many small local shops, beautiful views and excellent restaurants. Our professional guide will show you all big and small, local attractions of both cities.
After the tour we will give you some nice recommendations for a nice local meal. Contact us and let's have a nice day together :)
Private Tour: Medjugorje and Mostar Day Trip from Dubrovnik
From $191.17 (Price varies by group size )
Trip to Medjugorje and Mostar with Mateo
, Oct 2019
Our private tour with Mateo was very interesting and fun. Mateo is very knowledgeable, funny, and energetic.
He provided us with lots of information about Dubrovnik, Medjugorje, and Mostar. He is a real gentleman.
Visit two historic spots in Bosnia and Herzegovina on the same day. This guided tour is a great day trip from Dubrovnik, visiting two often-talked-about sites that make for an unforgettable day trip. Travel in a comfortable vehicle while learning about the history of the places from your expert local guide. Stroll around Počitelj’s UNESCO-listed town center, stop for some reflection in Medjugorje, and gawk at the incredible one-of-a-kind bridge in Mostar, and then stop to see old Turkish-style architecture in Tekija on this private day trip from Dubrovnik.