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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.
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.
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.
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.
Discover Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro and Croatia on this 4-night tour from Dubrovnik. Explore Dubrovnik Old Town and its bevy of UNESCO-listed sights; journey through Župa Dubrovačka valley to the Bay of Kotor in Montenegro; and trace the Neretva River delta to the towns of Počitelj, Medjugorje and Mostar in Bosnia-Herzegovina. You’ll enjoy ample free time to sightsee independently as well benefiting from the services of your guide. Daily breakfasts and four nights of 3- or 5-star accommodation in Dubrovnik are also included.
Fall for the charms of Dalmatia with a private, half-day tour of Cavtat and Konavle Valley from Dubrovnik. Journey into the winding hills above Dubrovnik for sweeping views of its red-roofed Old Town before continuing to Cavtat, a medieval coastal town nestled in a bay on the southernmost tip of Croatia. Take in more stunning vistas from the Sivi Soko viewpoint, and then cap your tour in Konavle Valley, where much of Dalmatia’s wine and fresh produce is harvested, with a wholesome meal of delectable Croatian specialties.
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.
The Elaphiti Islands are an archipelago of 13 larger and smaller islands, situated slightly northwest of Dubrovnik. There are two theories about how they got their name. The first one says it comes from the word “Elaphite” which is a Greek word for deer, as the arrangement of the islands’ reefs, bays, and isthmuses resembles a set of magnificently ramified deer horns.
The second one claims it is because of the large population of deer who used to live on these islands a long time ago. There are three larger islands which are inhabited: Koločep (the locals call it Kalamota), Lopud and Šipan. On our Elaphiti islands tour, we will visit Kalamota and Lopud and explore their hidden treasures.
The boat is located at Dubrovnik Old Town Port. There will be 2 piers and the meeting point is at the biger one. Upon request, you can also be picked up from your hotel pier.
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.
This tour combines best panorama views and photo spots of two beautiful towns – Dubrovnik, a “pearl of Adriatic”, and Cavtat, a small historic town nominated for European best destination. Take your time, and enjoy a comfort ride with our experienced guide-driver, who will show you the best of both.
– Start from Dubrovnik area (pick up by request)
– Stops with panorama view in Dubrovnik: Franjo Tuđman Bridge, Ombla River, Srđ Hill
– Driving to Cavtat, stop at the viewpoint and a hill at 840 metres above sea level.
– Visiting town of Cavtat
– Driving back to your location
Note: This is our suggested itinerary, but it can be modified according to your wishes, in consultation
with the driver.
Treat yourself to a perfect private trip and visit Bosnia and Herzegovina in one day. Enjoy the ride through Adriatic coast and Balkan countryside. Stop in Neum for coffee break, the only seaside town of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Visit Medugorje a place of prayer, peace and faith. Then we are taking you to Mostar. Old Town famous for its famous Bridge. Mostar is full of history and interesting sights except for the famous Bridge there are the oldest mosque in Mostar Cejvan-cehajine mosque , then Old Bazaar, Kujundzhiluk, is named after traditional jewelers who make and sell their own handicrafts on the street, and also a place where you can find authentic paintings and copper or bronze engraved images of the Old Bridge, old traditional restaurants with local food and girls dressed in traditional clothes and more.
Discover hidden jewels in the Bay of Kotor on this private Montenegro tour from Dubrovnik. Travel through the Konavle region with a private guide and explore the beautiful Bay of Kotor. Admire Roman mosaics in Risan or visit a peaceful island off coastal Perast. Explore the UNESCO World Heritage–listed city of Kotor, where thousands of years of history come alive. Sightsee round ancient Budva, take the ferry across Kotor Bay and enjoy the freedom to customize your own itinerary to hit the highlights you most want to see.
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.
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.
Leave Dubrovnik to go and visit Mostar, a city in the wine-growing valley that will not leave you indifferent. Because of its mix of culture, history, religion, and architecture, you will want to learn how people live there and how the city breaths. Try ˝Baklava˝, famous Bosnian rich and very sweet pastry, drink Turkish coffee, the same way locals do and visit the Old Town for the true experience of this amazing city. One of the most famous constructions in Mostar is the Old Bridge, which is listed on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List. Go shopping on the Old Bazar Kujundziluk, the famous street in Mostar where you can find all kind of different colorful items. After you leave Mostar, on the way to Dubrovnik, you stop at Ston, a small coastal town best known for its salt and oyster tradition. Ston has the longest city walls in Europe. Visit the famous salt works, take a relaxing walk and after that have lunch at the local restaurant where you can try the best oysters in Croatia.
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.
Are you a wine lover who wants to enjoy the authentic taste of the Croatian culture? Then this is the tour for you!
Your local wine expert has combined a variety of rich traditional local wines with authentic bites and Old Town highlights. Take in the local vibes and feel free to ask the local host of your choice any burning questions along the way.
Take the narrow streets on the side of the main road and discover less-known charming bars. Visit a dimly lighted tavern; here you can enjoy a sparkling wine from the region of Zadar, perfectly paired with marinated anchovies.
Go to a wine bar run by a local wine expert and sit outside by the stonewalls while you enjoy a glass of white wine with a platter of cheese and meats. While you sit back and relax, you can get an insider's perspective of the ancient part of the city.
And for a perfect ending, get a taste of an authentic wine based on a secret recipe. Combine it with a bruschetta platter, and you'll be in Croatian wine heaven!
This private tour offers the most comprehensive overview of the Game of Thrones filming locations in Dubrovnik. Visit Fort Lovrijenac, location of the Red Keep, and walk the city walls with your private guide as you learn all about the history of the city and interesting facts about the show.
Go off-the-beaten-path on this private full-day trip from Dubrovnik to Kotor in Montenegro. Discover the natural and historic beauty of Kotor, wedged between a gulf and tall craggy mountains. Indulge in the beauty of coastal Montenegro on the drive there and then stroll the streets of Kotor, a magical town of red-tiled roofs and medieval architecture. Enjoy lunch (own expense) and then decide on the optional excursion of continue to nearby Perast, a small and pristine town on the Bay of Kotor.
Regardless of whether you are visiting Dubrovnik for the first time or the hundredth, the sense of awe never fails to descend when you set eyes on the beauty of the old town. Indeed it’s hard to imagine anyone becoming jaded by the city’s limestone streets, baroque buildings and the endless shimmer of the Adriatic, or failing to be inspired by a walk along the ancient city walls that protected the capital of a sophisticated republic for centuries.
Besides the historical review, as we walks through the main Street Stradun, you can behold the monuments which shaped the lives of people in the past. From Franciscan monastery, Convent of st. Clare and Onofrio’s fountain you learn about the one of the first pharmacies and orphanages as well as water supply systems in the world. Later on, we will find out how was everyday life in Dubrovnik back in Middle Ages. Sounds interesting? Don’t wait. Scroll down and book your private tour.
Due to the geomorphology of the Adriatic coast, caves located on the sea surface are easily accessible to visitors with a boat, and therefore world-famous. On this tour, we will take you to the exploration of the seven Dubrovnik caves. Being born and raised here, on the sea, our skippers know them like the back of their hand. And yet, they never cease to admire their magnificence and the feeling of serenity you get once you enter that surreal natural empire.
Private speedboat tour sunset exploring area around city Walls of Dubrovnik. Nice views for photo shooting, beautiful Lokrum island exploring. Tour duration is 2 hours.. The itinerary can be tailored to your preferences.
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