Get to know Dubrovnik
With private guide or group versions available, a Dubrovnik walking tour is really the best way to learn about the history of this captivating city. Not sure whether to take a group or private tour? Read this piece weighing up the pros and cons.
Get a bird’s eye view of the city
If you’re itching to see what Dubrovnik looks like from above, the most exciting way to see it is attached to a parachute, being pulled by a speedboat. Or parasailing, to use the technical term.
Take to the water
If you’ve never ridden a jet ski before the Jet Ski Safari is a must. You’ll get to see parts of the coast around Dubrovnik you’d otherwise never get to see and explore beaches and coves that are otherwise inaccessible.
If you’d prefer to be under the water than skimming along on top, we’ve teamed up with a top Dubrovnik diving school to offer scuba diving for beginners or qualified divers. First timers can try scuba with a crash-course Discover Scuba experience, where you’ll be kitted out, taught the basics, then an instructor will take your small class into the shallow water of the bay and then deeper along the sea floor and coral. Qualified divers can take a wreck dive too.
Set sail from Hvar
What better way to spend a day than out on a sailboat in the Adriatic. This whole day group trip leaves from Hvar in the morning, giving you the opportunity to explore deserted beaches and caves as well as snorkel in the clear blue waters.
Captain your own boat
The Pakleni archipelago off the coast of Hvar is a wonderland of islands and islets, with sandy beaches you can have all to yourself. We offer a variety of sizes of motor boat for you to hire and head off exploring.
How does riding an 11km trail on horseback through the Konavle region sound? Prefer horsepower to actual horses? Then the ATV Safari is for you. These are a great opportunity to get out of Dubrovnik and see the countryside around. If you happen to be stopping off in Hvar you have a similar possibility to discover the island’s hidden charms on the Hvar Off-road Island Tour, from the comfort of an air-conditioned 4×4.
Taste the local wines
Croatia’s wine output is limited, with very little being exported but it’s lovely stuff. The country’s most famous wines are produced in the Peljesac peninsula and our private day trip from Dubrovnik, which includes wine tastings and a trip to Ston, renowned for its oysters, is the perfect way to learn all about it.
If your tour of Croatia takes you to Hvar then you shouldn’t miss the wine tasting tour we offer there. You’ll taste several types of locally produced wines and prosecco and visit two wineries on this half day group trip.
Whatever your interests, we can arrange a tour or day trip to suit, all as part of your dream Croatia vacation package.