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* A traveler said: "A wonderful walking tour through Dubrovnik's old town, where our guide Marko introduced us to the history of Dubrovnik both medieval and recent. Plenty of interesting sites to see, from fountains and churches built centuries ago, to the shrapnel scars from the 90s. Marko had impressive knowledge and memory of various Latin mottos!"
* A traveler said: "Really really nice experience. Andro and Theo were amazing guides, with really good knowledge of Dubrovnik history. Highly recommend!"
* A traveler said: "We were a group of 13 and Tarik, our tour organizer was great a accommodating our hotel needs with our odd number. The hotel was centrally located in Mostar, making it an easy 5 min walk to old town. He also recommended places to eat and made reservations so that the restaurants could accommodate our big group. He also offered some great optional tours that my group would enjoy doing (which we did). The tour was a great mix of free time and scheduled. I highly recommend this private tour and Tarik to anyone that would like to see Bosnia in a more personalized tour."
* A traveler said: "Guys doing a great job taking you to the cave, keeping you safe (especially when you have no previous exteriors), giving you short summary of history of Dubrovnik and answering your questions. Everything is great unless you get seasick :("
* A traveler said: "Our guide was Josh, he was very knowledgeable and quite clearly passionate about his country's history. He was very patient with us, as we were new to kayaking. He never rushed us and explained the basics in an easy way. The sore arms after the kayaking are worth it! The seas that Josh took us to were amazing and clean!"
* A traveler said: "Had to change plans late and the staff were very accommodating, refunding our booking and being very cordial and and helpful. Very grateful for good staff and I would do business with them again"
* A traveler said: "Drazen and Ivo were great guides and the trip was well organized but relaxed. The kayaks were new and everything went perfectly. The scenery was spectacular and we had two nice swims, with everything at a leisurely pace."
* A traveler said: "Great tour with excellent (historical) background information and really nice views. Beautiful sunset and perfect timing."
* A traveler said: "Fantastic tour. Our guide Elvis was friendly, incredibly knowledgeable, and kept all of us even our kids interested the whole time. He had so many interesting facts and stories. We sincerely enjoyed this because of him. Super guy!"
* A traveler said: "It was one of the best expereince of our vacation. We loved the whole kayaking experience. It was well organized. Our guide Leon was very friendly and took really good care of us. We did some snorkelling too and saw few fishes. Overall great experinence and would recommend it to people visiting Dubrovnik."
* A traveler said: "Andrew our tour guide was great and very informative. We experienced a lot of the great parts of Montenegro. Would highly recommend for anyone visiting Dubrovnik"
* A traveler said: "Dubrovnik's city walls are not to be missed while in the city with the great views, and our friendly guide Jadranka helped elevate the experience by bringing us through the history of Dubrovnik, from the construction of Fort Lovrijenac, Dubrovnik's relationships with it's neighbours and also the more recent Homeland War in the 90s."
* A traveler said: "Land was very friendly and a lot of fun. She tailored her skill level to ours and made sure we stopped for paddle breaks along the way. The scenery and snorkeling were also wonderful."
* A traveler said: "I had the fortune to be the only one on this group tour. Great guide. Fascinating history. Mostar is beautiful. Wear sneakers for Mostar and Pocitelj as the rocks are slippery."
* A traveler said: "The headline is that you absolutely must do this tour. Anton picked us up in Dubrovnik, drove us to his village and dropped us in Split. It's a great way of moving from one place to the other (and you can be picked up in Split and dropped off in Dubrovnik if that suits you). His village is in Hertzegovina, and he drives you around and shows you a lot about authentic village life in this part of the world. His mother cooked us a delightful meal, and he told us a lot about how the war in 1991-1995 affected his life and that of his family. We felt that we learnt so much about everyday life in Croatia, about history and customs. A highlight was when he took us in his boat and we sailed down a river for about half an hour to a waterfall- it was so peaceful and so quiet. to be honest this was one of my best ever experiences as a tourist- I felt more like a traveller than a tourist. It wasnt cheap but it was absolutely worth it and we would do it again in a heartbeat."
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- Mljet Island
- Dubrovnik Cable Car
- Dubrovnik Cruise Port
- St. Lawrence Fortress (Fort Lovrijenac)
- Stradun (Placa)
- Orlando's Column (Orlandov Stup)
- Franciscan Church and Monastery
- Elaphite Islands
- Revelin Fortress
- Konavle Valley
- House of Marin Drzic (Dom Marina Drzica)
- Museum of Croatian War of Independence (Homeland War Museum)
- Church of St. Blaise (Crkva Sv. Vlaha)
- St. John’s Fortress (Fort St. Ivana)
- Peljesac Peninsula
- Lokrum Benedictine Monastery
- Ethnographic Museum (Rupe Museum)
- Elafiti Islands (Elaphites)
- Dubrovnik Bell Tower
- Fort Bokar
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Day Trips from Dubrovnik
- Dubrovnik to Split
- Dubrovnik to Zagreb
- Dubrovnik to Dubrovnik Old Town
- Dubrovnik to Elafiti Islands (Elaphites)
- Dubrovnik to Lokrum Island
- Dubrovnik to Elaphite Islands
- Dubrovnik to Krka National Park
- Dubrovnik to Bay of Kotor
- Dubrovnik to Kravice Waterfall (Vodopad Kravica)
- Dubrovnik to Trsteno Arboretum
- Dubrovnik to Mostar
- Dubrovnik to Korcula
- Dubrovnik to Kotor
- Dubrovnik to Budva
- Dubrovnik to Korcula Island