Croatia and the Balkans
The Balkans are just getting noticed as a great European travel destination – we can’t believe it took so long! Situated on the balmy shores of the Adriatic and home to some of the most wondrous landscapes, monuments, and villages you’ll ever see, this part of the world still feels like a well-kept secret. This adventure showcases the region’s compelling history and scenery and allows time for outdoor pursuits like kayaking and hiking. You may not know much about Croatia and the Balkans now, but once you’ve been, you’ll be hard-pressed to stop talking about them.
Kayak to tiny islands in the crystal waters of the Bay of Kotor, enjoy beach time in Hvar, explore the ancient Roman palace of Diocletian on a guided tour.
Hotels/pensions (14 nts).
Chief Experience Officer (CEO) throughout, local guides.
Group Size Notes
Max 16, avg 12.
Petrovaradin Fortress visit (Novi Sad). Kalemegdan Fortress visit (Belgrade). ‘Tunnel of Life’ tour (Sarajevo). Sea kayaking trip (Bay of Kotor). Beach time in Hvar. Scenic boat ride around Pakleni islands. Diocletian’s Palace guided tour (Split). All transport between destinations and to/from included activities.