Island hopping vacation in Croatia
Take your time to explore the Adriatic coastline and islands between Dubrovnik and Spilt by catamaran and public ferry on a thoroughly flexible self-guided itinerary.
Dubrovnik Korcula Island or Mljet Island catamaran sailing Hvar Island Split optional ferry ride to Trogir and optional hiking in Mljet National Park
£625To£950 excluding flights
What's included ? - private airport transfers, private transfers to/from ports, 9 nights accommodation on B&B basis (in Dubrovnik, Mljet, Hvar, Trogir), 3x catamaran tickets, all local taxes, ferry timetables, 24hr local assistance.
Description of Island hopping vacation in Croatia
This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
Our partners behind this vacation promote inclusivity on all their trips and across their business and we are all committed to ensuring travelers face no discrimination on any part of the trip they control.
8 Reviews of Island hopping vacation in Croatia
4.5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 02 Oct 2019 by Kath NolanExcellent - a fabulous way of vacationing and we will definitely return in the future. Read full review
Reviewed on 12 Aug 2019 by Elizabeth JohnsonThe most memorable part of the trip was getting the chance to see so many different parts of Croatia, it was all beautiful and so different. We wouldn't have known where to start if we'd booked it direct, by ourselves. Read full review
Reviewed on 31 May 2019 by Frank BrettThe most memorable part was watching Dolphins in a glassy smooth sea in the early evening sun. Read full review
Reviewed on 07 Aug 2018 by Beverley RiderThe most memorable part of the vacation was...Visiting the old cities and also the caves by boat Read full review
Reviewed on 30 Aug 2017 by Cecily HobbsThe sea water was crystal clear and lovely to swim in. Read full review
Reviewed on 20 May 2017 by Alison DateMost memorable was seeing the well preserved old towns and the kind people. Read full review
Reviewed on 25 Sep 2016 by Lois CoomberExcellent. It was a good way to get to see some of the coastline, islands and old towns of Croatia. Read full review
Reviewed on 20 Aug 2016 by Muriel MilesBest bits: Sea kayaking in Dubrovnik, rafting and zip wire in Omis, and motorboat trip from Hvar Read full review
As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) vacation so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.
PlanetWe have chosen to offer a choice of routes and places to stay where public transport is more than adequate for to travel between and for sightseeing so that the car is not used except for the short airport transfers. In towns, on islands or at the national parks the use of a variety of transport enables you to interact more fully with the locals, to practice your language and to minimise your carbon footprint somewhat. Public buses are excellent in Dubrovnik and Split and on some islands; there is also a cable car to take you up the mountain behind Dubrovnik and, of course, the old towns are perfect for exploring on foot.
We encourage travelers to be responsible with water use particularly on islands and in high season but also careful regarding water waste which can affect fragile ecosystems. The same applies, of course, to packaging and litter waste, buying local produce such as from small stores and markets will usually be packaging-free; recycle or reuse as much as possible - your example may well encourage others to be equally responsible and avoid negative consequences at all levels and in all ecosystem.
As a company we employ responsible policies such as recycling paper, ink cartridges, glass and cardboard; we minimise the use of electricity and conducting the vast majority of our correspondence and promotion via the internet and email, minimizing the amount of paper used for our activities. We also compost waste in our company garden.
PeopleAccommodation on this vacation is in, primarily, family run, small hotels. The food in the hotels is primarily sourced locally and a large number of dishes on the menus are home made. We encourage you to engage local guides in places where their expertise and local knowledge will enhance your experience and understanding of the historical context and on the environmental impact of your visit. In Dubrovnik in particular you will see the evidence for and read about the impact of the war on this UNESCO protected location; the cost of rebuilding and repairing the historic center has been enormous and every contribution made by visitors will help.
As well as supporting the local community and economy directly our vacations also encourage support indirectly. The latter because more interaction with local people and local tourist service providers engenders greater understanding and respect which almost always leads to larger and more careful spending by visitors.