For Exodus agency I guide 8 day tour Croatia: Islands and mountains. It starts in Dubrovnik, the UNESCO protected town famous for its almost 2000m long medieval ramparts preserved in their original forms. After 2 days in Dubrovnik, we head to the island of Brač, where we climb the highest peak of all Croatian islands and enjoy the view of the popular beach Zlatni rat and other surrounding islands. We also visit Split and then we go to one of the most beautiful national park in Croatia - Krka. It will surely take your breath away with its famous waterfalls and crystal clear water. The last 2 days we spend in the Paklenica national park where we enjoy local food, drinks and a good company at the Ramici village with gorgeous view of the Paklenica national park.
One of the most attractive Croatian cycling tours is Cycling the Dalmatian coast. As its name says, we cross most stunning parts of Dalmatian coast from the island of Hvar to Dubrovnik town. We start in Split and immediately have a transfer to Hvar, the sunniest of all Croatian islands (up to 2762 sunny hours a year). After cycling and exploring the sunniest Croatian island, we head to Korčula island, known for its Marco Polo museum. Here you have a free day or an optional visit to the beautiful island of Mljet with 2 deep water bays filled with seawater named Small lake and Great lake. After taking all the beauty of Croatian islands, next day we cycle through the vineyards of the Pelješac peninsula to the mainland. The tour finishes in Dubrovnik, the UNESCO protected city where you have a day off to enjoy the art, history and rich culture of this famous city.
Via Dinarica, the new hiking mega trail (nearly 2000 km long) which traverses Dinaric Alps is also one of the most attractive tours you’ll find in the Balkan region. It combines beautiful, breathtaking landscapes with diverse culture of this region. Croatia to Bosnia tour starts in Split, the city which developed on the site of Diocletian Palace (on the World Heritage UNESCO list ever since 1979). Day 2 we hike the canyon of the stunning Krupa river. Day 3 we climb the highest peak of Croatia at DInara mountain. After climbing one more peak in Croatia, the Badanj peak we head to Bosnia and Herzegovina. The city of Mostar, known for its 20 meters high stone bridge Stari most is also the biggest city in Herzegovina. Next on our itinerary is Blidinje nature park where we start our climb on Čvrsnica mountain. On the peak Vilinac you can enjoy the 360 panorama of the surrounding peaks. After sleeping in the Vilinac hut (be sure to check out the sunrise as its one of the best in Bosnia) we visit Hajdučka vrata, natural stone arch of exquisite beauty. The next day’s adventure takes us to Bjelašnica massif and Lukomir village, the highest village in Bosnia (1469 m). The tour ends in Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina and a city with a unique cultural mix.
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