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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.
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.
Leave Dubrovnik for the day and head to exciting and fascinating Sarajevo on this full-day private trip through the Balkans. After crossing the border into Bosnia and Herzegovina, stop at the Franjo Tudjman bridge, pass through historically important towns like Nuem, Počitelj, and Mostar, before arriving in Sarajevo. Once there, enjoy over three hours of free time to discover the most important landmarks and memorials the city has to offer. Admire the Latin Bridge, Bascarsija Bazaar and many other sites before departing again for Dubrovnik.
Mostar is the largest city in Herzegovina, with historic old town and famous bridge that made the cover for the Lonely Planet guidebook. We offer you a comfort drive to Mostar with couple of stops at must-see places on the way, as Počitelj, UNESCO’s site and beautiful Blagaj monastery, and hiden city of Stolac.
– Start from Dubrovnik area between 7AM – 8AM
– Visiting Stolac old town.
– Visiting fortified town of Počitelj, UNESCO’s world heritage, coffee break.
– Visiting Mostar, old town and famous bridge, lunch time.
– Visiting Blagaj Tekke, a beautiful monastery under a cliff.
– Driving back to Dubrovnik, arrival between 7 – 8 PM
Note: This is our suggested itinerary, but it can be modified according to your wishes, in consultation with the driver.
Explore the Elafiti Islands on this private 4- or 8-hour speedboat tour in Dubrovnik. Hop aboard your speedboat and zoom to Koločep Island with a guide, where dense pine forests rise over crystal-clear waters. Swim and snorkel around natural sea caves or explore inland walking trails, then head onward to Lopud Island — part of the former Dubrovnik Republic. Admire architecture from the Renaissance to the 20th century on Šipan Island and soak up the rays on Šunj Beach. Upgrade your tour to enjoy a full eight hours on the waves.
Get picked up at your hotel in Dubrovnik and then make the hour-long drive to the Pelješac peninsula, the second largest peninsula in Croatia and a land mass crammed with history, culture and plenty of wine and food. Stop in the bay-side town of Ston, famous for its oysters, to see an old salt factory and to gawk at the town's miles of medieval walls that once formed the border of the Republic of Ragusa (i.e. Dubrovnik). Visit some family-run wineries. Stroll along the sea. This private tour of Pelješac is flexible and can be tailored to your interests.
To explore the Elafiti Islands without the rigid itinerary of a typical guided tour, don't miss this private cruise with a skipper that's happy to take you where you want to go. After easy pickup, you can hop aboard your speedboat, cruise to the islands, and spend your time however you'd like. You can explore historic sights, enjoy activities like swimming and cliff jumping, and even visit the must-see Blue Cave. Just ask you skipper, and get ready for adventure.
Explore the natural wonders of Plitvice Lakes National Park, a UNESCO-listed spot, on this private day trip from Dubrovnik. Select the guide option to get the complete and interesting low-down on the park. Stroll the flower-flanked trails through the verdant park, crammed with beech, spruce and pine trees, and take delight in the eye-pleasing turquoise waters of the lakes, streams and waterfalls. Hop in an electric boat (at own expense) for an even closer look at the waters or opt for a panoramic train ride (at own expense).
Take a day on the Dalmatian Coast to do some island-hopping on this day trip from Dubrovnik. Board the spacious and comfortable boat and set off for pine tree-clad Koločep to swim, snorkel and sunbathe and then to the town of Suđurađ on the island of Šipan to explore the fishing village and the Renaissance-era mansion. Finally, linger on Lopud Island and discover its proud naval traditions. Indulge in a feast of a lunch buffet on the boat and enjoy a drink at the bar while cruising the Adriatic.
Maximize your visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina by choosing a private tour that handles all the logistics and transportation. While traveling from Dubrovnik to the neighboring country can be complicated on your own, by booking a guided tour you can discover the highlights of Mostar and Pocitelj and even have time to cool off at the famous Kravice Waterfalls.
Experience the hidden beauty of the Elaphite Islands on a private cruise from Dubrovnik. Set sail aboard a luxury speedboat and explore the beaches, bays, caves and restaurants of Sipan, Kolocep and Lopud islands. Your itinerary is fully customizable so you could head to the sandy Sunj beach on Lopud, visit Skocibuha castle on Sipan, Bowa Restaurant or enjoy swimming, snorkeling at the famous blue cave.
On June 24, 1981, six children reported to have seen a vision of the Virgin Mary on a hill near the town of Medjugorje. And since then, the town has become a major pilgrimage site. This day trip from Dubrovnik chauffeurs you to to Medjugorje where you can visit the chief attractions of the fascinating town, including Podbrdo (the location of the sighting) and Krizevac Hill (the site of the famous concrete cross). On the way back, stop by the beautiful Kravice waterfalls.
Visit two countries in one day on this full day private tour. Highlights include Trebinje Old City, Bay of Kotor, Perast Museum, and Kotor Old City. You’ll also have an opportunity to visit Our Lady of the Rocks, an artificial islet created by sinking old ships loaded with stones. This is an excellent choice for travelers who are short on time and want to maximize their cultural experience.
Explore the untrammeled cultural and historical riches of Montenegro on this guided day trip from Dubrovnik. After getting picked up at your hotel, enjoy the scenic drive south. Learn about the history of this diminutive nation and then explore the walled seaside town of Budva, marvel at the island fishing-village-turned-posh-hotel Sveti Stafan and wander around the narrow cobbled streets of enchanting Kotor.
- Take a private day trip from Dubrovnik to discover the natural beauty and history of Montenegro.
- Enjoy a ride around one of the 28 most beautiful bays in the World-Bay of Kotor.
- Visit the old cities on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
- We are offering optional boat trip to Our Lady of the Rocks island.
- Learn about cultural monuments and Montenegro legneds.
- If you are fan of yachts and luxury, Porto Montenegro is definitely for you. An exclusive marina and yachting paradise.
- Relax on a ferry ride back to Dubrovnik across Bay of Kotor.
Visit Montenegro, home to some of the most dramatic coastlines in Europe. On this full-day tour, explore the UNESCO World Heritage site of Kotor and stroll the narrow streets and small squares of this scenic Medieval town. Highlights include the churches of St. John, Holy Trinity, Holy Mary, and St. Sava, the citadel fortress, and the fortified town walls.
For a full-day excursion from Dubrovnik offering sightseeing, easy travel, and a guide just for your group, look no further than this full-day tour to Mostar. After your scenic drive to Herzegovina, you can explore the sights around Mostar's Old City, including the must-see Old Bridge (Stari Most) and the Neretva River. Then, you head to the quaint Ottoman village of Blagaj to visit the Old Blagaj Tekija Dervish monastery, and enjoy time for a coffee or lemonade—at your own expense.
Mostar, Kravice Waterfalls, and Blagaj are three cultural spots in Western Bosnia and Herzegovina, but visiting the three from Dubrovnik is tricky without a car. On this private tour, travel comfortable in an air-conditioned private vehicle with a driver-guide to all three. Take a walking tour in Mostar and learn about its history. Admire the natural beauty of the Kravice Waterfalls. In Blagaj, visit the Ottoman-era Dervish House.
Make the most of your time in the Balkans on a day trip to neighboring Montenegro from Dubrovnik. Benefit from the flexibility and personalized service of a private tour, and discover the towns of Perast, Kotor, and Budva, with historical and cultural insights provided by your guide. Travel over the border with ease, with included round-trip transfer from your Dubrovnik hotel.
After we pick up our guests with a new and luxury, air-condicioned Mercedes Benz vehicle, we start a beautiful panoramic drive to Montenegro. Our first stop is in Perast, where guests can also get a boat to go to Lady of the Rocks. After that we are heading to beautiful medival city of Kotor where guest have free time (guests can decide how much time the want to spend in Kotor) where you can explore old city of Kotor. After that is luch (suggestion of a driver is possible if needed). Third stop is in Tivat, where guests can explore the most luxurious port “Porto Montenegro”.
Of course, this is a private tour so wishes and demands of the guests are acceptable if you want to change the itinerer on the way.
On the way back, you can tell the driver where you want to be dropped off.
Croatia’s second longest peninsula Peljesac is famous for its red wine based on Plavac Mali wine sort (cousin of Californian Zinfandel), delicious oysters and mussels growing in the brackish waters of Mali Ston bay, Ston city walls and its salt pans. Lays less than an hour drive from the city of Dubrovnik.
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- Walking tour of Ston – Gothic medieval town, surrounded by 6 kilometers of city walls and its famous 14. salt pans.
- Private boat ride with local fisherman to his oyster beds followed by 5 oyster tasting on site
- wine-tasting in a local boutique winery – great wine and organic olive oil tasting
All accompanied by experience local English speaking drive/guide.
You'll have time for a lunch or dinner in some of well known Ston restaurants.
Drink up the Dalmatian nature on this day trip from Dubrovnik to verdant Krka Natonal Park. During the 3-hour drive north-west up the coast, enjoy the spectacular sights of the sea and coastline. Once at the park, engross yourself in its magical beauty and even explore the medieval monasteries located in the park.
Enhance your trip to the Balkans with a private day tour to Bosnia and Herzegovina from Dubrovnik. Travel across the border with ease, benefiting from seamless round-trip transfer from your hotel. Along the way, explore the historic towns of Blagaj, Mostar, and Pocitelj, and discover the scenic Kravice waterfall. Learn about the region’s history and culture from your guide, and enjoy flexible departure times to suit your schedule.
With a population of a larger European city suburb (650.000), Montenegro is an enchanting little country full of extreme geographical diversities.
Great mountains with snow peaks, steep fiord-like hills almost vertically diving into the Adriatic Sea, mountain lakes full of fish, mystical monasteries carved in the solid rock, sandy and sunny beaches that go on for miles alongside the coast. That is all Montenegro.