Once you leave Dubrovnik, and after around a three-hour drive, you will arrive at one of the most famous religious and spiritual spot in the world. Međugorje became one of the must see destination for the Catholic world, after the apparition of the Virigin Mary in 1981. You will have enough time to discover all of the sacred places such as Apparition Hill, St. James Church, Cross Mountain, Via Domini, etc. After sightseeing there will be a lunch break. We will then continue to Kravica Waterfalls which is only 20 minutes away. Untouched nature would be the best way to describe the Kravice Waterfalls and its mesmerizing beauty. Being away from the city will definitely pay off, while you enjoy the view, have a picnic or go for a rope swing in this one of a kind place.

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Monday, 08 January 2018 10:08

When mother Nature acts…

Vjetrenica cave is an inevitable sight in Bosnia and Herzegovina, being the biggest and most significant cave in the country. It is more than six km long and will surely make you shiver while taking those first steps into the cold and dark. This cave is one of the richest caves in the world in terms of subterranean biodiversity and more than 37 species have been discovered in Vjetrenica. This cave really is a must see when coming in Bosnia and Hercegovina. The drive from Dubrovnik takes around an hour and a half along the Croatian coastline and then into the Bosnian countryside. After a tour of the cave, you will have lunch at a restaurant nearby, where you will try some Bosnian delicacies, after which you will return to Dubrovnik.

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Monday, 08 January 2018 10:07

When culture and religion collide…

Once you leave Dubrovnik, and after a drive of around three hours, you will arrive in Mostar. The city is mostly known for holding many cultures and religions together, and offers many historical sights that shows the differences in cultures of certain parts of the city. Mostar is also known by Mostar Bridge, which connects the two sides of the city, that are separated by the Neretva River. Besides the bridge, which is the town’s main landmark, there are more fascinating sights, such as the Mosque of Mostar, Kajtaz House, Crooked Bridge, Hammam Museum and many other places that are worth your attention.  After sightseeing, there will be a lunch break, after which we will continue to Međugorje. After around 40 minutes, you will arrive at one of the most famous religious and spiritual spot in the world. Međugorje became one of the must see destination for the Catholic world, after the apparition of the Virgin Mary in 1981. You will have enough time to discover all of the sacred places, such as Apparition Hill, St. James Church, Cross Mountain, Via Domini, etc., after which we go back to Dubrovnik.

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Monday, 08 January 2018 10:06

Where river separates cultures and religion

The tour starts with drive of around three hours, through picturesque Bosnian countryside, you will arrive in Mostar. The city has an amazingly rich history holding so many religions and cultures together, which you will experience through the many sights there. The city is also known for its two sides, which are separated by the Neretva River and connected by the famous Mostar Bridge. Besides the bridge, which is the town’s main landmark, there are more fascinating sights, such as the Mosque of Mostar, Kajtaz House, Crooked Bridge, Hammam Museum and many other places that are worth your attention.  Once you are finished with sightseeing, there will be a lunch break in one of the local restaurants, where you will taste amazing Bosnian dishes, after which you can have some free time to experience Mostar by walking around the city along its stone streets and breathe in the history by yourself.

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Monday, 08 January 2018 10:06

Rafting the Tara river

Rafting the Tara River and canyon is definitely a fantastic experience and will make your vacation truly unforgettable. Tara river canyon is the second deepest canyon in the world, just behind the Grand Canyon in America. You don’t have to have any kind of experience or physical fitness for rafting Tara, only an adventurous spirit and positive mood! The drive from Dubrovnik to Tara Canyon takes around three hours, but afterwards you will have the opportunity to have the best day of your life filled with excitement, adrenaline, fresh air and all the natural beauty that the canyon possesses. The boats are managed by professional guides, who will take care of you throughout. Rafting the Tara River lasts around 5 hours, after which you will have lunch at restaurant in the area. This one of a kind experience will definitely be a lifetime memory and one item to cross off your bucket list!

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Your full day tour of beautiful Montenegrin coast starts with the town of Perast. The drive from Dubrovnik lasts for around two and a half hours, as you will arrive there. Perast is a small and breathtaking coastal city, where you will explore its rich maritime history and stonework everywhere you go. The city is built around baroque buildings of extraordinary beauty, churches and stone houses, which you will see during your sightseeing. Once you finish sightseeing of Perast, you will continue your journey to Kotor, surrounded by four-kilometre-long walls. The city is inscribed on the UNESCO’s list of protected cultural heritage. It has many attractions for you to see, such as a maritime museum, small and big squares, winding streets, etc. Lunch break will be in Kotor, after which we will drive an hour and a half to Cetinje, the Montenegrin historical capital and origin of its religion and patriotism. The city is very special for its architecture and its museums, where one can find precious testimonies of the centuries-old struggle from proud and heroic defenders of the city.

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Monday, 08 January 2018 10:05

Pearls of Montenegro*

This full day trip starts with the beautiful town Perast, located on the coast of Montenegro. The drive from Dubrovnik lasts about two and a half hours, but will surely feel less when driving through and looking at the beautiful Montenegrin coast. When you arrive in Perast, the small and breathtaking coastal city, you will discover its rich maritime history and stonework everywhere you go. The city feels like a mosaic, built around baroque buildings of extraordinary beauty, churches and stone houses, which you will see when walking through the city. After sightseeing in Perast, you will continue your journey to Kotor, the city that is on the UNESCO’s list of protected cultural heritage. The city is surrounded by four kilometre long walls and it has a maritime museum, small and big squares, with winding streets. Being there and seeing it with your own eyes is a story that cannot be told. Lunch break will be in Kotor, after which we will continue to Budva. It is another mesmerising city on the coast of Montenegro, which is said to have had one of the oldest colonies on the Adriatic coast. The city has a lot of cultural and historical heritage to offer, from ancient churches and monasteries, monuments and fortresses (Citadela being the most famous one). After experiencing and sightseeing around Budva, we will head back to Dubrovnik.


*Since there are crowds on the border and roads, this one-day trip will be held only in April, May, October and November

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Monday, 08 January 2018 10:05

Pearls of Montenegro

We start this full day tour with a ride of around two and a half hours through mesmerizing Montenegrin nature, after which you will arrive in beautiful city of Perast, located on the coast of Montenegro. Small and breath-taking city of Perast offers rich maritime history, which you will see as you walk by its small stone streets. The city feels like a mosaic made in harmony, it is built around baroque buildings of extraordinary beauty, churches, stone houses, which you will experience by walking through the city. After sightseeing, and lunch in Perast, you will continue your journey in Kotor, the city that is inscribed in UNESCO’s list of protected cultural heritage. Kotor is surrounded by old, 4 kilometre long walls, and it holds maritime museum, small and big squares, surrounded by winding streets, but it is a different story when you are there and when you see it in your own eyes. After experiencing this tremendously nice city, you will again enjoy the boat ride back to Dubrovnik.

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Monday, 08 January 2018 10:05

King’s Landing in your palms GoT Tour

If you are a fan of this spectacular TV show, the GoT Tour is a perfectly spent day in King’s Landing. The tour starts at Pile Gate, then you will go inside the old city and visit all of the locations where the show was filmed. The place where Ayra Stark hid herself from the Lannisters, city walls that were attacked in the show, the Fortress Lovrijenac, which was used in dozens of scenes, the parks that served as village scenes and many more. You will get to know the city of King’s Landing, find out what was behind the story and how the idea of Dubrovnik became one of the main locations. For true fans of GoT, this tour will definitely be one item on your bucket list.

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Buggy adventure is one of the activities that will blow your mind, with spectacular views of the city and wilderness, driving through the fields and hills, where you will clear your thoughts and mind. The tour will guide you through places that are rarely visited, all the way to the top of the hill, from where you will have the most spectacular panoramic views of the city. Pick your time carefully, as at sunset everything looks pretty different and even better! Once you finish this buggy experience, as you are already at the top of Srđ hill, you can take some free time to explore the Imperial Fort, and see the museum of Civil War.

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