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Dalmatian Hinterland Safari

Dalmatian Hinterland Safari

Step into the world of tradition, undiscovered beauty and incredible tastes that is Dalmatian Hinterland. Just a short drive away from the coast lays one of Croatia’s most intriguing and lesser-known regions. More than two millennia of history have shaped the lives, culture and tradition of locals, who are proud to show them to the visitors.
First stop is Sinj, where you will discover Alka, an annual knightly tournament celebrating the strength and courage of brave men and women who defended their city from Ottoman onslaught in the 18th century. The specialized museum holds countless treasures from original weapons to modern trophies. Stroll around the city to find the nearby fort overlooking the center or step inside the church which hold the miraculous painting of Our Lady of Sinj, one of the most important pilgrimage sites in Croatia.
Next up you will visit Klis. Overlooking the city, Klis fortress gives you an incredible view of the entire Split area, Adriatic Sea and surrounding islands. For 2000 years it has kept its status as „the key to Dalmatia“, connecting the coastline to the hinterland. Once the seat of medieval Croatian kings, lately it has become famous for dragons, being one of the filming locations of the Game of Thrones series. This stronghold played a vital part in the defence of Croatian lands in the middle ages from foreign invaders. Hear the fascinating stories of local Uskok warriors from your private guide and see their weapons and equipment in the fortress.
After you are satisfied with the pictures you have taken, we will visit the nearby Stella Croatica. Just minutes away, this family estate has been producing traditional Dalmatian hand-made delicacies for years. Take a tour of the production area, Mediterranean garden and oil museum, before tasting some of the finest Dalmatian products.
Plitvice Lakes Tour

Plitvice Lakes Tour

Plitvice Lakes National Park is one of the oldest national parks in South-eastern Europe and the largest national park in Croatia, which is added to the register of UNESCO’s cultural heritage in 1979. You will walk through the wooden bridges that have been set over 16 cascades and you will also see Veliki Slap, the largest waterfall in Croatia (78 m high).
This tour will take you to the most beautiful European park, protected by UNESCO since 1979, as a World Natural Heritage. In NP Plitvice nature has created 16 lakes and connected them with an amazing travertine waterfall. The National Park covers the surface of 29 685 ha, where lakes take up to 200 ha, while forest covers the rest of the park. One of the attractions is the 78 meters high waterfall called Veliki Slap which is the highest waterfall in Croatia.
Besides the guided walks through wooden paths, you will enjoy the boat ride across the biggest lake called Kozjak and a short train ride. Your experience will be widened during the drive through Lika region, its mountains and forestry landscape. On our return we will stop in restaurant Macola to taste the traditional Croatian cuisine where you can choose your meal as you wish. We stop there for 45 minutes roughly. We drive back to Trogir and Split via highway.
Salona-Klis-Trogir Tour

Salona-Klis-Trogir Tour

This is THE tour for history lovers, so let our expert guides whisk you through the annals of the region's history and the forefathers of modern Croatia.
We start at the ancient ruins of Salona where it all began to the magnificent fortress at Klis and its panoramic views across the Split riviera.
Finally we visit Trogir which has been included in the UNESCO LIST OF WORLD HERITAGE SITES FOR ITS Venetian architecture. For those with a specific interest in architecture and history this is the tour for you!
Game of Thrones Tour

Game of Thrones Tour

For lovers of the blockbuster TV series we offer a specialist Game of Thrones Split tour of all the significant Game of Thrones film locations around Split, starting with the watermill at Žrnovnica, site of Daario’s legendary battle and Missandei’s bathing scene. From here the tour travels to the spectacular and unmistakable fortress at Klis where so much Game of Thrones filming took place.
In season four, Daenerys overthrows the Meereen, the largest of the three great Slaver Cities, in this spectacular location 20 minutes north of Split. With panoramic views across the valley and Split city beneath, this imposing fort has protected the seat of many Croatian Kings. Today, it’s a tranquil but spectacular place. You can climb to the top of the fortress to see where Khalisi answered ‘injustice with justice’ by nailing the city’s former rulers to crosses for hundreds to see.
We’ll also visit Kaštel Gomilica which was the setting of the free city of Braavos. Finally, we finish our tour at the UNESCO listed Diocletian’s palace in Split, setting of some of Daenerys Targaryen’s more memorable scenes. It’s here that we see Daenerys in her throne room, where she trained her dragons and where the ‘kill the masters’ scene in season four takes place, when dozens of slaves sit around a fire discussing whether they should fight for her or not.
Our guide is a Game of Thrones expert of these sites and knows exactly where each scene was filmed and from what angle, so you won’t be disappointed with your group pics and selfies!
Mostar-Pocitelj-Blagaj tour

Mostar-Pocitelj-Blagaj tour

Fabulous 11-hour day tour from Split to Mostar, listed as UNESCO world heritage site. En route we stop at two points.
Pocitelj, a beautiful example of Ottoman architecture and Blagaj Tekke, situated on one of Europe's largest springs, the river Buna.
In Mostar you will have time to explore the market, have a look at the famous bridge and enjoy one of the most wonderful things about Bosnia- the food!
Open-top sightseeing bus

Open-top sightseeing bus

We offer 24-hour and 48-hour tickets, giving you the freedom and flexibility to see the city on your own schedule while enjoying the comfort and convenience of our open-air bus and guide service. Our sightseeing bus tours get you closer to Split's best landmarks and attractions. Discover the city and surrounding over two carefully designed sightseeing routes, featuring over 10 different stops.
Open top bus tour with audio system in 6 different languages.
Dubrovnik Tour

Dubrovnik Tour

Dubrovnik is one of the most popular tourist destinations, not just on the Mediterranean, but in all of Europe. Like Diocletian’s Palace in Split, Dubrovnik is also a UNESCO World Heritage site. We will start our journey with a slow drive along the Adriatic coast to experience amazing panoramic view of Dalmatian islands. During the drive we will make stops for you to take photos of this beautiful nature.
“Those who seek paradise on earth“ George Bernard Shaw once wrote, “should come to Dubrovnik”. This ancient city, encircled by its mighty walls and fortresses, looks like a precious jewel surrounded by sea on all sides. The city is also a treasure trove of wonderful architecture and works of art, carefully kept and preserved over centuries.
Your guide will point out all the monuments, churches and other sites of interest on the way and enrich you with their fascinating stories.
Island Hvar Tour

Island Hvar Tour

Hvar is one of the most beautiful islands in Croatia and is also known as the sunniest island because it has 2187 sunny days a year. It has a very rich heritage and culture. It is also known for its lavender fields and small hidden untouched beaches.
After picking you up at the pre-arranged meeting point or at your hotel, we'll enjoy a panoramic view of Split and other islands as we begin a full day of fun and sun, surrounded by turquoise crystal water to what Conde-Nast Traveler calls “...one of the 10 most beautiful islands in the world,...”
At one time, Hvar was one of the largest exporters of lavender and lavender oil. Its necklace of offshore islands, the Pakleni islands, is a mecca for nature lovers and sailors for its wild, untouched natural beauty. Our first stop is Milna, a seaside village on the island of Brac. Time to walk around and experience this decidedly authentic Croatian town. Back on board, surrounded by the blue Adriatic, we'll make our way to the lavender island of Hvar and its glittering port of Hvar town.
Make sure you have your camera ready to capture the gorgeous harbour and stunning Fortica fortress, which sits high above the town to guard its many treasures. After we dock, it's time for our local professional guide to take you on a walking tour of this memorable town. On the tour you will discover the essence of Mediterranean hospitality and learn about the heritage and history of the entire island. Later on there will also be time to explore more on your own—the craft and custom jewellery shopping here is excellent. Known worldwide for its exciting night life, by day, the clubs, restaurants and cafes are just as enjoyable—so have a drink, maybe some delicious grilled fresh fish, or just sit and watch life go by like Tom Cruise, Prince Harry or hundreds of other celebrities who come here and do every year!
Or, go for a swim, take a hike up the winding path that takes you all the way up to the Fortica fortress. Inside there's a fine collection of old vases and other ancient and Middle-Ages excavations—while outside has a breath taking panoramic view of the entire town of Hvar and our next destination – the Pakleni Islands. It's just a few minutes sail to Pakleni but it's a world away. Here you will have plenty of free time to explore and swim in tranquil bays framed by untouched nature.
After enjoying a day on these sun-kissed Croatian islands, it will be a lovely cruise back to Split. Price includes: transfer on a speed boat, gear, insurance.
What that includes? Transfer with speed boat free time for swimming and snorkelling lunch on Pakleni islands.
Krka Waterfalls Tour

Krka Waterfalls Tour

Explore the spectacular green beauty of Krka National Park! With its seven waterfalls and unaltered ecosystem, Krka River is a natural phenomenon that offers breath taking views and unforgettable experiences. Visit the old mills that have been turned into small ethnographic museums, to find out how the people of this area harnessed the energy of the river to suit their needs. Stroll through the wooden paths across the river to the famous Skradinski buk waterfall, where you can enjoy a swim with the truly unique backdrop. Have a picnic or grab something to eat in the restaurant after you are done exploring.
Next up, we are taking you to one of the small Mediterranean cities en route to Split. Just a couple of kilometres from Krka NP you will find Šibenik. If you like history and architecture, then this has to be your choice. A thousand year old city is flanked by four fortresses which protected its inhabitants and glorious architecture during the Ottoman onslaught. Stroll the streets, climb up and down thousands of steps that adorn the city center and enter the stunning Cathedral of St James. If you prefer the easy going atmosphere of the Mediterranean with a possibility of a swim, then Primošten is perfect for you. This charming place preserves atmosphere and all the architectural features of a medieval Mediterranean fishing village. It’s beautiful beaches attract numerous travellers wanting to cool off on a hot summer day.
After a city break we will continue driving to Split on probably the most beautiful stretch of the road in all of Croatia, running along the shore. Along the way you will get the idea of the way of life in Dalmatia, its beauty and its ruggedness.
Walking Tour

Walking Tour

The history of Dalmatia is a long one and its beginnings are shrouded in mystery. But Salona, the most important archaeological site in Croatia, holds many answers and provides the visitors with some valuable information about life in these parts of the Mediterranean. Initially a coastal stronghold and the port of the Illyrian Delmats, the favourable geographic position and good road links to the hinterland contributed to the development of the impressive capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia with around 60 000 inhabitants. Like all major Roman towns, Salona had its baths, basilicas, temples, forum, theater and amphitheater. The once mighty town and a probable birthplace of Roman Emperor Diocletian swiftly declined in its importance in the beginning of the middle ages and was deserted and uninhabited ever since. Exploration and excavations have been carried out since the late 19th century and we have yet to learn the majority of the story behind the place where it all began.
Next stop on the tour through the ages is Split. Explore the city with the guide who loves it and lives it! See the spots, hear the stories and get the best insider tips.
The old town holds many wonders, such as the iconic Diocletian's Palace, 1700 year old living organism, that has witnessed everything from the deaths of emperors to the birth of dragons. Touch the gigantic toe of Grgur Ninski for good luck, solve the riddle of the ancient sphinx and experience daily life in the local green market. Showcase your sunglasses on the sunny Riva promenade, the longest runway in Split. We'll show you the city from its turbulent beginnings to the present, discovering amazing people and stories in the process. Conclude the trip with a breath taking panoramic view from the Marjan hill, favourite getaway destination of locals, situated just a short walk away from the city centre.