Deemed “Croatia’s Eden,” Plitvice Lakes National Park is famous for its boardwalks and waterfalls. // © 2018 Creative Commons user travelbusy
April 18-28, 2018
The price begins at $1,979 per person, based on double occupancy. Advisors can book single occupancy for $2,479 per person. This fam must be registered by Feb. 12.
This tour features an 11-day, on-foot exploration of Croatia, where agents will visit several cities and islands including Zagreb, Mali Losinj, Split, Hvar and Dubrovnik. After arriving in Zagreb, Croatia’s capital city, the tour will lead advisors to Plitvice Lakes National Park, which is home to iconic turquoise pools and waterfalls and often referred to as “Croatia’s Eden.” Next, travelers hop to Mali Losinj — an island in the Adriatic Sea — where they can view ancient Greek art in the Museum of Apoxyomenos. The itinerary then returns to the mainland with a stop at Split before heading to the sunny island of Hvar. Once in Hvar, visitors can soak up picturesque views of the bay and the sloping vineyard hills from St. Nicholas, which is the highest peak on the island. Finally, in Dubrovnik, guests can witness the wine production process at the Saints Hills Estate followed by a six-course lunch and wine pairing to follow. The rate includes transfers, tours, accommodations and most meals.