Croatia, Bosnia and Montenegro vacation
11 day tri-country tour of the Balkans staying at locally-owned B&Bs. Get to know your hosts, drivers and guides as you undertake included and optional activities in cities and rural settings.
Dubrovnik, Croatia Kotor Cetinje, Montenegro Zabljak Plateau Durmitor National Park Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina Mostar UNESCO town of Pocitelj Wine and culinary tour in Konavle Valley
1290To4150 excluding flights
Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro
- 10x accommodation with breakfast - Entrance fees - Boat rental in Kotor - Organization and assistance - VAT
Description of Croatia, Bosnia and Montenegro vacation
This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
3 Reviews of Croatia, Bosnia and Montenegro vacation
5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 18 May 2022 by Denise BrooksThis was an excellent vacation. It was well organised and offered a variety of experiences. Communication was always quick and instructions/maps clear. Read full review
Reviewed on 03 Sep 2019 by Neela Bettridge5***** Read full review
Reviewed on 04 Jul 2019 by Karin IgesundWe had an amazing experience in Croatia. Every town we visited offered it is own memorable moments. Read full review
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PlanetSince Balkan countries are full of nature and most of their cities are small and cozy, we try to organize as many walking or cycling tours around the cities and its surrounding nature as we can. What is most important about this is that we help to protect the environment and wildlife in it. There is however one problem the public transport connections in Balkan countries are poor. Because of this fact we use vehicles, but only with the purpose of getting our travelers to the main destinations.
While this trip contains walking and cycling it is important we stay hydrated on the way. We always use glass bottles, which are reusable, and we refill them on the fountains we find on the road. Glass bottles are environmentally friendly and they require low energy inputs in the manufacturing process meanwhile plastic releases harmful chemicals into the air during production.
As we are visiting some of the UNESCOs world heritage sites on our trip we protect them too. Everything we bring with us, we also take back with us; we never leave garbage or other things there! During the tours we do not endanger ecological processes and systems we do our best to respect all of the natural resources.
PeopleWe respect both the cultural and the social diversity of the places we visit. We think that this program is the best option for all the people who would like to experience the multicultural diversity of Balkan countries. There are many of different cultures in Montenegro and Bosnia & Herzegovina.
With a hope that our travelers have the best possible experience and that they learn a lot about the countries they have visited during the trip, we always try to find the best possible things to see and try in the country. We have all seen those countries and we know exactly what is worth seeing. We work with local guides and drivers, because who knows the destination better than they do?
For travelers who really want to get the feeling of the Balkan spirit we suggest visiting restaurants which serve local cuisine of Balkan countries. Their food culture is very interesting and you cant miss that while being on this trip.
On the trip we visit few of the local manufacturers and sellers who make creations by themselves. We always advise our travelers to buy souvenirs they want to buy at these places so they bring home these local crafts to remember this trip.