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Immerse in the mountainous terrain of the Balkans and plunge in its south to wander along the coastline. The unpredictable landscape forms dramatic scenery you will enjoy during the whole travel. The itinerary of this package will take you to 3 different countries. With 3 days in Montenegro where you will visit its north and south, 4 days on Croatia’s seaside and 2 in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Upon your arrival, you will be transferred in northern Montenegro. For the first two days, you will be situated in the town Žabljak, right by the national park of Durmitor. The region of North Montenegro is rich in natural wonders. Some fifty peaks higher than 2,000 meters above sea level and the river Tara, give a handful potential activities in which you could participate, depending on your time of arrival.
The tour starts with a day in the Durmitor national park. It is the country’s largest protected area. Besides the extraordinary landscape beauty and the fascinating geological heritage, Durmitor National Park is also home to an impressive biological diversity. That is why it was inscribed on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1980. There you can choose between many different activities like hiking, biking, rafting, canyoning, zip-line and others.
For the second day of your trip, you will be visiting 2 coastal towns: Budva and Kotor. The first one, Budva, is 2 500 years old and famous for its well-preserved medieval walled city and sandy beaches. Kotor is located in a secluded part of a gulf bearing the same name. The old port is surrounded by fortifications built during the Venetian period. The town and its area form an impressive and picturesque Mediterranean landscape.
The undeniable charm and beauty, that the city of Dubrovnik offers, resides in its long and rich history. The city achieved a high level of development and wealth, particularly during the 15th and 16th centuries in which many churches of various architecture, monasteries, palaces and fountains were built, and preserved until today. From 1979 the Old City of Dubrovnik is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will have a guided tour of the city and the rest of the day will be free of activities.
In the morning hours, you will meet in the Old City with your skipper and you will start your sailing trip to the island of Mljet. The National Park Mljet is located in the western part of the Mljet island. It stretches over almost 5400 hectares, including a marine area of 500 meters from the coast, islands, cliffs, and therefore spans over almost a third of the island. The entire area of the national park is exceptionally rich in wildlife, and home to numerous endemic and endangered species. The most visited attraction in the National Park is a Benedictine monastery built in the 12th century. The monastery is situated on one of the most beautiful locations in the Park, the small island of St. Mary in the Great Lake. You can explore the beauties of the National Park with a bike, kayak or a boat.
In the morning hours, you will head to the Vjetrenica cave which is located on the way to the city of Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Vjetrenica is one of the most important caves in the Dinaric alps mountain range, famous worldwide for its karstic and speleological riches. After the guided tour of the cave, you will head to the cultural capital of Herzegovina region, the city of Mostar. There you will have a guided tour and lunch in one of the local restaurants near the famous Old Bridge. In the afternoon hours, you will visit the natural reserve and bird reserve “Hutovo Blato” where you will have a guided boat tour through the marshlands. It is the largest reserve of its kind in the region, in terms of both size and diversity. Dinner can be organized on the tour or back in the city of Dubrovnik.
You will have a day free of activities, so you can have time to explore the area on your own or just relax and enjoy.
In the morning, you will head to one of the oldest arboretums in the world. Noble family Gutečić-Gozze took the initiative to ask the sailors to bring back seeds and plants when they were coming home from their travels. The arboretum was officially founded in 1498, and it reserves a very special place among the old Dalmatian and Mediterranean parks due to its five-century continuous development from Gothic Renaissance, Renaissance-Baroque and Romantic forms to the present.
Your second stop in a small bay on Peljesac peninsula, Blazevo. There, you will find one of the tastiest oysters in the world, first class fish, bottarga (also called “Caviar of the South”) and a seabed sparkling wine cellar. Your host will be awaiting you with seafood specialties and a glass of wine. After a few words about the fish farm, the tour will move on to the boat. You will have the chance to pick your own oysters and learn about seafood and fish species living in the area. Just before heading back to the shore, you will stop above the underwater wine cellar from where you can choose some of the best Croatian sparkling wines, stored under the Adriatic Sea.
In the afternoon hours, you will be transferred to “Grgurević“ vineyards. Centuries of winemaking on the peninsula resulted in some of the best wines in the world. You will enjoy a wine tasting with local delicacies served by the owner himself. He will give you an insight on his way of life and explain his winemaking philosophy.
Depending on the time of your flight, you will be leaving directly for the airport or take a stop to take part in an activity of your choice.