Croatia Ciro bike route tour, Dubrovnik to Mostar
A 7 cycling adventure along new Ciro Route through BiH and Croatia. A spectacular cycling circuit, to and from Dubrovnik. Tailor made, staying at family run guesthouses and hotels, with luggage transfers.
Dubrovnik Cycling the Ciro Route Konavle region Dubac Popovo Polj Valley Hutovo town Neretva River Capljina town Blagaj Mostar Guided tour of Dubrovniks old town Luggage transfers
640To725 excluding flights
Bike rental extra: - EUR 20.00 per person/day MTB or hybrid bike - E- bike EUR 30.00 per bike / day Single supplement EUR 180.00 Seasonal trip discount 10% Getting there: The tour starts and finishes in Dubrovnik,
Description of Croatia Ciro bike route tour, Dubrovnik to Mostar
Daily departures between April and November
3 Reviews of Croatia Ciro bike route tour, Dubrovnik to Mostar
4.5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 10 Oct 2019 by Dave ThomasThe most memorable part of the vacation was the views of the Bosnian mountains. Read full review
Reviewed on 05 Jun 2018 by Juliette GoddardReally great opportunity to explore a new part of the world and really get to see what life is like there. Read full review
Reviewed on 28 Sep 2018 by Yvonne Pollardit's the best cycling vacation I've ever been on. Read full review
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PlanetWe work with small groups, every area that we visit, stay or have activity is our common heritage, heritage that we use and share with others. With our minimum impact and interventions, our actions to keep them in the same conditions or even better as we have found them, that is our travel philosophy and mostly standard of our travelers. As tour company we try to be carbon neutral and minimize CO2 poluton our vehicles by using public transports (whenever is possible) , low carbon transportation. As active tour company we walk, ride bikes and paddle. Using bikes, walking or pedaling from place to place we minimize pollution and our impact in the wildlife.
We encourage our travelers to use and drink tap water or if they have to buy bottled water it is better to use bigger packing and pour water to their own bottles. Small plastic bottles and cans of the soda drinks are very high at list of the trash in the world today. Water is also limited, a source that we have to appreciate and control spending.
Wildlife and ecosystem around us can have benefits or negative impacts, sometimes our behaving can harm wildlife and nature by leaving litter in the sea or beach, taking souvenirs (stones, shells or flowers...) this actions can have very negative consequences to the sea ecosystem, some endemic species and protected areas. We suggest to leave ni traces.
We inform travelers to be very careful with fire and to avoid open fire during summer, if they would like to go on fishing we suggest them to go with some local fishermen, if they go scuba diving we inform them about diving clubs which will take them to underwater archaeological sights which are protected and conserved. During their diving or snorkeling it is not allowed to take away anything from the sea.