DISCOUNTED
Price
$1200 per person
Duration
10 Days
Destination
Kenya
Travellers
20+

BEYOND WORDS Experience Croatian Coast

Serving the classic Dalmatian cocktail of historic towns, jewel-like waters, rugged limestone mountains, sun-kissed islands, gorgeous climate and Mediterranean cuisine, this region is a holidaymaker's dream. Yet it's the cities and islands further south that hog all the limelight, leaving Northern Dalmatia, if not quite undiscovered, then certainly less overrun.
  • Information
  • Tour Plan
  • Location
  • Gallery
  • Reviews
  • Additional Info
  • Similar Tours
  • More Information
Central Dalmatia is the most action-packed and diverse part of Croatia, with pretty islands, quiet ports, rugged mountains, numerous castles and an emerging culinary scene, as well as three Unesco World Heritage sites: Diocletian’s Palace in Split, the medieval walled town of Trogir and the ancient strip fields of the Stari Grad plain on the island of Hvar. Throughout it all, the rugged 1500m-high Dinaric Range provides a dramatic background.

What's included

Destination
Departure Location
Ul. Pera Bakića 4, 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia
Return Location
Ul. kralja Zvonimira 19-11, 21000, Split, Croatia
Price includes
  • A guided tour of important places
  • Beautifully illustrated souvenir map
  • Observation and participation in allowed activities
  • Porterage for a maximum of two bags per person
  • Professionally guided tour
  • Unlimited bottled water
Price does not include
  • Current Hotel Taxes and Service Charges
  • Excess baggage charge
  • International Air, unless expressly paid for
  • Medical insurance and emergency insurance
  • Personal expenses
  • Services not specifically stated in the itinerary
  • Tips to guide and driver
  • Visa arrangements
Additional Prices
1 child: $400 2 children: $650

Dramatic Backgrounds

Throughout it all, the rugged 1500m-high Dinaric Range provides a dramatic background. Hot spots include the buzzing Mediterranean-flavoured city of Split and gorgeous little Hvar Town, where the cashed meet the trashed on the Adriatic’s most glamorous party island. But if it’s relaxation you’re after, there are seductive sandy beaches and pebbly coves scattered about islands near and far. Best of all, Dalmatia is usually warmer than Istria or the Kvarner Gulf. You can plunge into the crystalline Adriatic from the middle of May right up until the end of September.

Plain Sailing

Yachties can sail between unpopulated islands without a shred of development, lost in dreams of the Mediterranean of old, while hikers can wander lonely trails where bears and wolves still dwell, and explore three of Croatia’s most impressive national parks, which shelter in the hinterland.
By contrast, Zadar is a cultured city rich in museums, Roman ruins, restaurants and hip bars. Summertime clubbers gravitate to Zrće Beach and Tisno, which together form the nucleus of Croatia’s premier clubbing scene.

Magnificent Dubrovnik

Yet one location understandably eclipses any discussion of Southern Dalmatia: the remarkable old town of Dubrovnik. Ringed by mighty defensive walls that dip their feet in the cerulean sea, the city encapsulates the very essence of a medieval Mediterranean fantasy. Dubrovnik is simply unique; its beauty is bewitching, its setting sublime. Thousands of visitors walk along its marble streets every day, gazing, gasping and happily snapping away.

When Dubrovnik’s tourist scrum threatens to overwhelm, a reinvigorating balm is but a quick boat or bus ride away. Refresh yourself on the shady paths of Trsteno Arboretum or, if that doesn’t do the trick, the divine wine and oysters of the sparsely populated Pelješac Peninsula surely will.

  • Day 1
  • Day 3
  • Day 7
Day 1

Dubrovnik

Visiting Dubrovnik may well be the highlight of your Croatian holiday. The "pearl of the Adriatic" (according to Lord Byron) is a place of jaw-dropping beauty, making it by far Croatia's top sight.

With massive walls punctuated with turrets, towers and gates enclosing streets, churches and palaces packed with art treasures, you'll never run out of things to see and do in Dubrovnik.

Day 3

Ploče

Beyond the walls, a hilly, indented coast and clear water make Dubrovnik a prime resort destination. Whether staying one, two or more days, you'll find out what to see, where to stay, how to get to Dubrovnik and get around, plus the best beaches, day trips, restaurants and nightlife. With festivals, galleries and stunning offshore islands (Lokrum, Elaphiti and Mljet), Dubrovnik is an ideal holiday at any time of year (see when to go to Dubrovnik).

You'll find a wide assortment of hotels from luxury to budget and plenty of private accommodation. The greater Dubrovnik area can offer a resort experience, a beach experience or an urban experience at all budget levels.

Day 7

Split

Discover the largest coastal town in Croatia on foot on a 75-minute walking tour of Split. Follow a local guide to the most important sights in town, such as the Golden Gate, Diocletian Palace, statue of Gregory of Nin, and many more.

More about Kenya

Kenya is an East African country known for Beach Tourism, Eco-Tourism, Cultural and Sports Tourism. Apparently, the number flocking to Kenya for Tourism Activities is increasing rapidly with over 500,000 visitors annually after Kenya won the Best Leisure Destination award at the World Travel Fair in Shanghai China in April 2008. Kenya is well endowed with a wide variety of tourist attractions which include the wildlife, with AKITA UGANDA WILD TOURS AND TRAVELS, we trek with you the Masai Mara National Park, Tsavo East National Park, Tsavo West National Park, and the Lake Nakuru National Park. Kenya is made of major three cities that every tourist got not to miss. These include Nairobi which is Kenya’s thriving modern Capital City. Nairobi is one of Africa’s largest, and most interesting cities and just outside the city there is Nairobi National Park which is home to large hers of zebras, wildebeest, Buffalo, Giraffe, Rhino, Cheetah and a large number of Lions. Mombasa is an island connected to the mainland by bridges and ferries. The town overlooks a wide harbor, where commercial shipping mingles with traditional sailing dhows. At the water’s edge is Fort Jesus, an imposing fort that stands watch over the harbor where all are welcomed and quickly absorbed into this great coastal melting pot. Kisumu City is a quiet port town on the shores of Lake Victoria with wide streets and fine colonial architecture. Few Kilometers is the Kisumu Impala Sanctuary a walking sanctuary and holding area for animals that require special protection in this densely populated area. Herds of impalas and zebras roam freely in the sanctuary. Kenya’s more serene and bubbling natural Marine Parks (Malindi, Watamu, Mombasa, and Kisite Mpunguti) undersea is a must-visit and if underwater photography and underwater flora and fauna excites you, the Visit Coastal Kenya with Us Kenya’s most loved Popular sites are places you cannot just afford to go back home without their adventure. These include the Fort Jesus, Giraffe Center, David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, and Ol Pejeta Chimpanzee Sanctuary). All these are loved because of their interesting story behind their existence. Kenya other tourist attractions which you cannot miss when you visit us are the Museums and Monuments (Gede Ruins and Museum, Fort Jesus Museum, Karen Blixen Museum, Lamu Museum, Nairobi National Museum. Snake Park and Botanical Gardens and the Koobi Fora Prehistoric Site) which are the doorway to Kenya’s history and origin, Kenya is also full of Highlands and Valleys so visit us to enjoy pure and unspoiled landscapes on the Kenyan highlands and valleys not forgetting the forests and Enormous Lakes which include Lake Victoria, Nakuru, Naivasha and Many More.
Central Dalmatia is the most action-packed and diverse part of Croatia, with pretty islands, quiet ports, rugged mountains, numerous castles and an emerging culinary scene, as well as three Unesco World Heritage sites: Diocletian’s Palace in Split, the medieval walled town of Trogir and the ancient strip fields of the Stari Grad plain on the island of Hvar. Throughout it all, the rugged 1500m-high Dinaric Range provides a dramatic background.

There are no comments yet.

Write your Review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

More about this tour

From the island of Korčula in the northwest to the dreamy plains of Konavle in the southeast, this is a region to be savoured by beach seekers, wine lovers and history buffs alike.

Yet one location understandably eclipses any discussion of Southern Dalmatia: the remarkable old town of Dubrovnik. Ringed by mighty defensive walls that dip their feet in the cerulean sea, the city encapsulates the very essence of a medieval Mediterranean fantasy. Dubrovnik is simply unique; its beauty is bewitching, its setting sublime. Thousands of visitors walk along its marble streets every day, gazing, gasping and happily snapping away.

When Dubrovnik's tourist scrum threatens to overwhelm, a reinvigorating balm is but a quick boat or bus ride away. Refresh yourself on the shady paths of Trsteno Arboretum or, if that doesn't do the trick, the divine wine and oysters of the sparsely populated Pelješac Peninsula surely will.

Share on social networks
ABOUT AKITA Tours and Travel

AKITA Tours and Travel is one of Uganda’s leading Tour and Travel agencies with the best professional tour guides and Travel Packages, We are here to help you plan the Perfect Trip in East Africa and Abroad. Be it you’re going to Holiday, Taking Business Trip, Safaris, or Looking to Setup a corporate Travel Account. We are here to help you travel the world with cheap well-planned flights, discount hotels, and best sightings. Book a Trip with Us for an Exhilarating Life Experience.

OUR NEWSLETTER

Subscribe to our newsletter and get exlusive first minute offers straight into your inbox.

Our Newsletter

Subscribe to our newsletter and get exlusive first minute offers straight into your inbox.

Copyright 2020 All Rights Reserved - AKITA Wild Tours and Travels | Developed By BalexTech (U) Ltd

Close

3 Days Lake Nakuru National Park Tour

Price
$1200 per person
Duration
10 Days
Destination
Kenya
Travellers
20+

Fill out the form to book the Tour. Required fields are marked *



Enquiry about the Tour availability or anything you’d like to know. Required fields are marked *