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Croatia Step By Step 2017

Duration: 8 days / 7 nights

Zagreb – (Sljeme) Medvednica Mountain – Zagreb – Plitvice Lakes NP – Paklenica NP – Split – Krka Waterfalls NP – Split – Mount Mosor – Dubrovnik – Mount Srđ – Dubrovnik


Minimum 4




• Transfers at start & end of tour
• 7 nights in 3* & 4* hotels
• Breakfast daily (B)
• 6 days of organized activities
• Ground transportation
• Tour Director – English speaking


• Medvednica Mountain
• Plitvice Lakes
• Paklenica
• Krka Waterfalls
• Mount Mosor
• Mount Srđ

Entrance Fees

• Plitvice Lakes National Park
• Paklenica National Park
• Krka Waterfalls National Park

Accommodation (or similar)

• Zagreb – Hotel BW Astoria (4*)
• Plitvice – Hotel Jezero (3*)
• Split – Hotel Globo (4*)
• Dubrovnik – Hotel Lero (3*)

Per Person NZ$
Tour Code: 2017-EL-CASBS
Twin ShareSingle
Apr 16, 23, 30
May 07, 14, 21, 28
Jun 04, 11, 18, 25
Jul 02
Sep 03, 10, 17, 24
Oct 01, 08


Day 1, Sunday: Zagreb

Upon arrival to Zagreb Airport you will be transferred to your hotel in Zagreb. Day at leisure until welcome meeting at 7:00pm. Overnight in Zagreb.

Day 2, Monday: Zagreb – Sljeme – Zagreb

This morning after breakfast we will hike to the highest peak of Medvednica mountain and enjoy by far the best view of the Croatian capital city. Medvednica is a mountain in central Croatia, just north of Zagreb. The highest peak is Sljeme (1035 m). Most of the area of Medvednica is a nature park and an easy getaway that offers hiking trails and ski slopes of international quality. Hikers and nature lovers like to stop for refreshments at one of its mountain huts that offer traditional Zagorje cuisine. If you want to live like a local, order a bowl of bean stew! Enjoy a free evening in Zagreb and dinner on your own. Overnight in Zagreb. (B)
Hiking approx 6km/8km

Day 3, Tuesday: Zagreb – Plitvice Lakes

Today after breakfast we travel through Lika region to visit the most beautiful and stunning national park in Croatia – Plitvice Lakes National Park. Its exquisite series of 16 emerald green and opal blue travertine lakes, more than 90 waterfalls and numerous caves make it a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The lakes are surrounded by beech and pine forests and are home to extensive wildlife. We start our day walking along the wooden paths and bridges in and around the lakes. Then we can enjoy a picnic lunch in the pure and untouched nature while waiting for the panoramic boat across Kozjak lake. Later in the afternoon we return to our hotel. Overnight in Plitvice. (B)
Walking approx 4-5 hours

Day 4, Wednesday: Plitvice Lakes – Starigrad – Paklenica – Split

Hiking approx 4-5 hours

Day 5, Thursday: Split – Krka – Split

Breakfast at the hotel. Morning departure to Krka National Park. This day takes us to Krka River National Park with its fantastic karst formations and travertine waterfalls. We explore the park’s extensive waterways and complex history dating back to late 10th century and first Croatian kings. One of the options is a visit to Skradinski Buk waterfall, the place where the first Croatian hydro plant was built in 1895. A boat will take us to Visovac island and its Franciscan monastery. After walking we return to Split for the evening. Overnight in Split. (B)
Walking approx 3 hours

Day 6, Friday: Split – Mosor Mountain – Dubrovnik

Breakfast at the hotel. Mount Mosor is a mountain range stretching behind the city of Split on the Adriatic coast. It belongs to Dinaric Alps from the pass of Klis in the nortwest to the Cetina River in the southeast. Hiking on the mountain Mosor begins and ends in a little place called Sitno Gornje. We will climb about 300 meters to the mountain lodge on Mosor. The lodge is located 868 meters above sea level providing a wonderful view of all the Dalmatian islands and the city of Split. After hiking we will drive to Dubrovnik for the evening. Overnight in Dubrovnik. (B)
Hiking approx 3 hours

Day 7, Saturday: Dubrovnik – Mount Srđ – Dubrovnik

Breakfast at the hotel. Towering above Dubrovnik to the north, the 412 metre peak of Mount Srđ offers stunning views of the walled town below, with a panorama of the whole coast stretching as far as the Pelješac peninsula to the northwest. The mountain seems a world away from the lush subtropical world of the coastal strip, with bare stone and scrub stretching as far as the eye can see. On the top of the hill is the Fort Imperial with its stout, defiant, walls standing ever since Napoleon’s soldiers built the fort in 1812. Enjoy a free evening and dinner on your own in Dubrovnik. Overnight in Dubrovnik. (B)
Hiking approx 2 hours

Day 8, Sunday: Dubrovnik

Breakfast at the hotel, followed by a transfer to Dubrovnik Airport. (B)


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