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CROATIA 12 Day Tour

Self Drive

Croatia has a timeless appeal that draws travelers to its sparkling coastline and ancient cities.

Whether you want to bask on white sand beaches or explore ancient Roman ruins,

Croatia offers a myriad of possibilities. We know just where to take you for an unforgettable Croatia tour.


Climate: Croatia has two climatic regions. On the mainland there is a temperate continental climate, plus a mountain climate.

 The coast has a Mediterranean climate with many days of sunshine: dry, hot summers, humid, mild winters.

Average temperatures: January 0-2ºC, August 19-23ºC.

Average temperatures on the coast: January 6-11ºC, August 21-27ºC. Average water temperature: 12ºC in winter and 25ºC in summer.


Package includes:

11 nights’ accommodation in 3/4* hotels as shown in itinerary sharing twin/double room
• Meals as shown (B=breakfast, L=lunch, D=dinner)

Package excludes:

  Air-fares and airport taxes

·       Return airport transfers in Split
• All sightseeing and entrance fees as per itinerary

• Meals and sightseeing
• Travel insurance, visa cost and tips
• Immediate check-in on arrival, late check-out on departure (if this is required, please ask us for a re-quote).

Departure : Johannesburg International Airport

CROATIA 12 Day Tour

Departure :
Johannesburg International Airport to

  Split Croatia via Germany

Day 1 :   Split Airport /Trogir - 8km



Arrive in Split airport. Meet our Rep. Welcome. Sim Card/ Money exchange/ car/ GPS/

Check in Hotel Sikaa in Trogir ancient city protected by Unessco. Explore Trogir central

with supper in one of the multitude of cozy restaurants.

Hotel Trogir *** BB


Day 2 : - Split - 18km

Today u discover Split, magic city of the Dalmatian Coast.

From Diocletian's grand palace to the market to the sunny seaside promenade, Split

represents the best of a typical Mediterranean city.

Day 3 : Sea Cruise to Island Hvar - Croatia’s most popular island Hvar. (pronounced GWAR)


At 7 am you board the big car ferry, Jadrolina and 120 min later u set wheels upon

Hvar's oldest village of Starigrad. Hvar sports the region’s hottest nightlife and a port

packed with
yachts from all over the world. You’ll soon understand why Hvar is a hot
spot among the rich and famous.
Check out the town
’s stunning square and 16th century theater. The hill-top
fortress rewards you with full-blown views over Hvar
’s gorgeous harbor.
This is picture perfect stuff - the island
’s unique coastline, pine-covered
slopes and vineyards offer photo opportunities galore.
Tonight, discover Hvar
s port side restaurants and bars. Order yourself some
fantastic seafood, cooked in the local olive-oil

Overnight in Hotel in Hvar**** BB

Day 4 : Stari Grad to Korcula by car ferry

Ferry is a pleasant way of traveling along coast of Croatia.
Today at you board the Jadrolina ferry in Hvar at 9;45 for the Island of Korcula

Hotel Korsal - Located right on the beach and just a 5-minute walk from Korcula

Old Town, Hotel Korsal offers air conditioned rooms with sea views, free Wi-Fi and a restaurant with terrace.

Korsal Hotel is situated in a car-free zone, 820 ft from Korcula’s marina, the bus station

and the ferry service to Split and Dubrovnik.

The comfortable rooms have flat-screen satellite TV and anatomic mattresses and pillows, while the spacious bathrooms feature underfloor heating.

The hotel’s restaurant serves a buffet breakfast, Dalmatian specialties and fine wines,

and it includes a large terrace that overlooks the beach promenade.

Day 5 : Korcula to Miljet

Today at you board the Jadrolina ferry at 13:30 for Miljet

 Set in the National Park on Mljet Island, Odisej is located on the beach of Pomena. It is entirely air conditioned and

houses a restaurant. Free Wi-Fi is available.

The beach features a children's pool, a beach bar and a diving center. Guests can dine at the pizzeria and there is a

tavern with a summer terrace. A marina with water and electricity hook ups is available as well.

Wide variety of activities, such as windsurfing, sailing or canoeing

Day 6 : Miljet to Dubrovnik

Today you board the Jadrolina at 16 :30 for Dubrovnik. often hailed as the most beautiful Croatian

Dubrovnik was once a powerful rival of Venice, vying with the Venetian Republic for naval supremacy and control

over regional trade. Today that rivalry continues, though the edge has softened somewhat with a focus now on beauty, hospitality, and charming atmosphere. The Dominican Monastery,
Cathedral, Rector's Palace, Grand City Walls, and St. Blaise's Church are all must-see sights.

Day 7: Dubrovnik

Today you can explore the fabulous ancient Dubrovnik and Castle on foot


Day 8 : Dubrovnik - Macascar

Departing via the magnificent new Dubrovnik Bridge a beautiful coastal journey through beautiful countryside and coastal town to Tucepi

Hotel Tucepi****

Day 9 :  Macascar - Sibernik - Zadar

Northern Dalmatia highlights are all gathered between two main cities of this region: Zadar and Sibenik. Both cities are one of the ancient towns in Croatia with a long and tormented history.
Zadar, Protected by UNESCO, 3 hrs drive from Split, Plitvice waterfalls are the no. 1 must-see place in Croatia and one of the biggest natural phenomena in the world.

It is a few thousand years old town and it was the capital of Dalmatia for many centuries. The Zadar peninsula still preserves very old network of narrow and charming city streets, as well as a Roman forum dating back to the first century AD. The per-Romanesque Church of St. Donat dates back to the ninth century, and it is certainly Zadar's most famous spot.

Zadar is also well known for having the attractive Romanesque churches: Cathedral of St. Anastasia from 13th century and Church of St. Chrysogonus from 12th century as well as the church tower of St. Mary dating back from 12th century too. The town is fortified with medieval walls, distinguished for their pretty and impressive ports – entries in the city all dating back to the sixteenth century.

Throughout history, Zadar was the center of key Croatian and Dalmatian cultural events : the establishment of the first Croatian university (1396), the writing of the first Croatian novel (1536) and the publication of the first Croatian newspaper. The famous permanent exhibition of sacra art and the traditional St. Donat Musical Evenings represent only a small part of numerous cultural events that Zadar offers to its visitors.

 Hotel Zadar

Day 10 : Zadar

Today you can explore the fabulous ancient Zadar on foot

Hotel Sibernik

Day 11 : Zadar – Trogir


Today you drive back to Trogir and time to relax on Otuk beach and watch the sun set

Hotel Trogir *** BB

Day 12 : Trogir – Split Airport

Departure Split to Frankfurt  - Croatia Airlines

Depart Frankfurt Arrival  TBA Johannesburg

Your dream holiday is our commitment..
Our sound knowledge of our country, its people, its 1050 islands, its cuisine
 and 2000 BC heritage offers the traveler an exceptional

insight and first hand experience of Croatia.
We handle large & small groups.


 12 Day Package Tour

Excl return Airfare via JHB

Incl All accommodation 3-4 star included Breakfast

excluded, all transfers and Ferry's

  R 36,700 pp sharing

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