- Soak up the sun on the sugar-white pebbles of Zlatni Rat – Croatia’s most famous beach
- Explore the lushly forested island of Mljet by bike
- Discover baroque architecture and Game of Thrones film sets in dazzling Dubrovnik
- Plunge intothe emerald-coloured pools at Krka National Park’s epic series of waterfalls
- Kick back with a cocktail in one of Hvar’s uber-glam beach clubs
If you’ve been dreaming of cruising through bright blue waters, stopping at hidden island gemsand postcard-pretty towns, then Croatia is the place to turn your fantasies into reality. Seek out Game of Thrones’ most iconic film sets in Dubrovnik, hang with the beautiful people in Hvar’s epic beach clubs, experience authentic Croatian culture in pretty Trstenik, snap some incredible pics for the ‘gram on Zlatni Rat beach, and swim in the jewel-like waters of Krka Waterfalls.Spend your days in the azure sea, immersing yourself in Croatia’s rich history and culture, or soaking up the rays on the deck of our premium sailing boat. Nights are all about feasting on delicious local food and partying under the stars. (Swim, eat, party, repeat is basically the way we roll on this trip.)
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Day 1: Arrive in Split. Welcome to Croatia! One of our local team will meet you from the airport and take you to our centrally located hostel where you can either chill, or head out to get your first taste of the historic city. This evening, meet the rest of the group over dinner and drinks.
Day 2: Split & Makarska. Take a walking tour of Split, ahead of boarding our premium boat. Tuck into a three-course lunch before stopping at a fabulous swimming spot. As we cruise into Masarka’s beautiful bay, you’ll have to pinch yourself to check you’re not dreaming. Grab a beer and a pizza and kick back in one of the town’s open-air cafés.
Day 3: Mljet National Park. Sail to the lushly forested island of Mljet where we’ll anchor up in a hidden bay to swim, before a delicious three-course lunch of locally sourced food. This afternoon,explore Mljet by bike, then spend the evening under the stars at the captain’s dinner.
Day 4: Dubrovnik. Today’s destination is Game of Thrones megastar, Dubrovnik. Get to know the atmospheric Old Town with a walking tour, before a kayaking session. Wash the salt from your hair back on board, then head into the city, for drinks, dinner, and top-drawer clubs.
Day 5: Trstenik. Drift past silvery olive groves and lush vineyards before we find the bluest-of-blue spots to swim. Later, we’ll drop anchor in the sleepy fishing village of Trstenik. Explore the gorgeous beaches and soak up the real Croatia, before an evening of food and wine with your friends.
Day 6: Korcula. Spend another morning cruising through turquoise waters before docking in the Venetian town of Korcula. See some of the highlights of ‘Little Dubrovnik’ on a walking tour, before exploring at your own pace. Just make sure you’re on the waterfront in time for sundowners.
Day 7: Hvar. We’re sailing to Croatia’s most luxurious island today. Check out the Spanish Fortress, before heading to one of Hvar’s iconic beach clubs where we’ll chill with a cocktail as the sun sets and the DJ turns up the beats. Hvar’s nightlife is legendary, so be prepared to go large tonight!
Day 8: Split (via Bol). On our way to Split we’ll stop off at Croatia’s most famous beach – Zlatni Rat, Bol. Take in the unique coastline and splash around in the crystal-clear water, before continuing to Split. Spend the afternoon souvenir shopping, sightseeing or bronzing your bod on the beach.
Day 9: Krka National Park & waterfalls. Head to Krka National Park to check out its epic series of waterfalls. Cool off in the emerald-coloured pools and take some enviable pics for the ‘gram before heading back to Split for one last evening together over a mouth-watering dinner and drinks – živjeli!
Day 10: Split & trip end. It’s time to make our way back to the airport. You’ll be heading home with a cracking tan, some incredible memories, and a gang of new friends though!See you soon.
- Airport pick up on arrival
- 9 nights’accommodation
- 7 breakfasts, 7 lunches & 2 dinners
- All on-trip transport
- All port fees &visitor taxes
- Split walking tour
- Island bike ride
- Captain’s dinner
- Dubrovnik walking tour
- Kayaking experience
- Orientation tour of Korcula
- Hvar walking tour
- Krka National Park &waterfalls
- Snorkelling equipment
- Help with onward travel
- 24/7 emergency support
- International flights
- Return airport transfer
- Some meals
- Snacks and drinks
- Optional activities
9 nights’ accommodation are included. You’ll spend 7 nights in a double-share cabin on our premium boat. The prices shown are for lower deck cabins. If you specifically want an upper deck cabin please contact us for prices. All cabins have ensuite, WiFi and air con. You’ll also spend 2 nights in a modern hostel close to the centre of Split Old Town. Hostel rooms are on a dorm-share basis with shared bathrooms, Wi-Fi and air con. The hostel also has laundry and kitchen facilities.
7 breakfasts, 7 lunches and 2 dinners are included on this trip. You’ll need to buy any other meals, snacks and drinks yourself. Please let us know in advance if you have any dietary requirements.
Arrive in Split Airport (SPU) on day 1 of your trip. There are no activities planned until dinner and drinks this evening, so arriveat a time that suits you. One of our friendly local team will meet you from the airport and transfer you to our hostel in Split city centre.
Your trip ends back in Split on day 10. Return airport transfers are not included but easy to arrange. Taxi is the easiest way to get to the airport and takes around 30 minutes, depending on traffic. Please make sure you allow plenty of time for transfers, to mitigate for possible delays.
You'll need to be a minimum of 18 years old to join this trip. This trip is designed for those aged 18-30's.
British citizens can travel to Croatia for up to 90 days in any 180-day period without a visa. Your passport must be less than 10 years old on the day you enter (check ‘date of issue’) and valid for at least 3 months after the day you plan to leave (check ‘expiry date’).
Please note: Visa rules are subject to change, and you should check their status before you travel.
Due to Covid-19, many of our partners and suppliers across the globe are putting in place new procedures and policies regarding health and safety in response to the outbreak. These new measures will adapt and change as the state of travel evolves, and the policies and procedures will vary depending on each trip. Some changes that you may experience on our trips are:
Updated safety & hygiene procedures
Health and safety measures will be adapted by our partners and suppliers, dependent on local laws and restrictions.
Different transport & accommodation
You may find yourself on transport or in accommodation that would not typically be used, such as hostels that are more secluded, or on more private transport. This may vary by trip, or even by individual departure dates.
Most trips include a meeting on arrival with the guide or local team to discuss the trip, and this is an opportunity for you to ask any questions. You should arrive in time to attend these briefings.
Emergency support 24/7
We have a UK based 24/7 emergency phone line if you have a genuine urgent matter that you need attending.
Knowledgeable & Trained Staff
We can help answer any questions or concerns you may have before you depart. Whilst travelling the guide or local team on our trips are there to help, and to ensure the smooth running of our trips.
Should you require medical assistance whilst travelling, the local team or guide will be able to help you get to a point of care. Medical facilities and standards can vary across the glove, so you should ensure you have adequate travel insurance in place.
Varying group sizes
To begin with, many trips will run with amended group sizes, so you may find smaller groups than would be typical. This may vary by trip, or even by individual departure dates.
Whilst there may be changes on our trips, it is vital that you make travelling safer for yourself, your travel companions, the local staff and guides, and the people of the country you are visiting. You should follow all local laws and restrictions, and follow the guidance of the local team. In addition, you can help make travel safer by bringing and using your own face coverings/masks and hand sanitiser, social distance where appropriate, wash your hands frequently, and cover your face when coughing or sneezing.