Explore the evocative ancient cities of Hvar and Split. Sea kayak through cerulean Dalmatian waters. Hike through Mount Biokovo’s wild terrain and Brač’s verdant olive groves and pine forests. On our Croatian adventure, you not only explore Dalmatia’s most iconic spots, but you immerse yourself in the country’s vibrant culture.
Welcome to Split
Welcome to Croatia! Meet with your guides and fellow guests in Split before setting off on a comprehensive city tour. Walk about Diocletian’s ancient palace redolent with ancient history, stroll through the bustling downtown and get your first taste of Dalmatian gastronomy.
Hiking Mount Biokovo
After a fresh Croatian breakfast, drive to Gornja Brela village—our launch point for today’s up to towering Bukovac peak. As you walk, enjoy stunning views of nature’s pristine landscapes and Mount Biokovo.
Sea Kayak Čiovo
Today we explore Dalmatia’s stunning coastline! Hop in your sea kayak and cruise from Split’s Marjan to Čiovo Island’s southern stretches. Pull up on a secluded beach to relax, explore and wonder at the play of the sun on the Adriatic’s limpid waters.
Hike Brač Island
Adventure through Brač Island’s many sites today. Enrich your travels with tours to the island’s best museums and get a taste of the island’s rich olive oil heritage. Lastly, drive to Vidova Gora, Brač’s highest peak, before we set off on a hike to the secluded Blaca monastery.
Explore Hvar town, Sea Kayak Pakleni Islands
We once again set off through Dalmatia’s sparkling waters with a sea kayaking excursion from Hvar to the Pakleni Islands. This string of islands features strands of white sand beaches and lush vegetation. This evening, adventure through Hvar—one of Croatia’s most visually stunning towns.
Explore Hvar’s Countryside
Enjoy a hearty breakfast before heading out to Hvar’s interior countryside. Witness swathes of lavender fields and learn more about the island’s thriving lavender oil production with a stop in Velo Grablje village. After, travel to the lost village of Malo Grablje, a secluded “ghost” town situated right in a picturesque canyon.
Return to Split, Depart
Say goodbye to Croatia’s glimmering shores today. We’ll arrange today’s schedule in accordance with your return flight details to ensure a seamless trip home.
Dates & Rates
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|Jan 01, 2017 to Dec 31, 2018 |
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FAQ & More
July and August are considered Croatia’s ‘season’. It is summer during that time, and tourism is in full swing. The weather is hot, the sea is blue, and the coast is at its best. The only drawback is that it is the peak of tourist season. Everything is busy in Croatia this during the summer and the crowds can be overwhelming. The weather in Croatia varies from the north to the coast. The north has a Continental climate with temperatures averaging around 77 degrees Fahrenheit in August. The coastal areas have a Mediterranean climate and the temperature can reach as high as 100 degrees Fahrenheit. The weather in May, June, September, and October will be milder, but some businesses may be closed.
You will need a passport that is valid for 6 months past the end of your trip, but a visa is not required for tourists who are on trips of less than 90 days.
The currency in Croatia is the Kuna, although some places will accept the Euro, you may be spending a fortune in the exchange rate. You can either exchange currency before you travel or get it from an ATM when you arrive, again watch for the exchange rate. Remember, it is never a good idea to keep a lot of cash on you while you are traveling, but in local shops and markets having some Kuna on you is helpful.