Think you know Croatia? Think again!

We knew Croatia long before the Game of Thrones film crew landed in Dubrovnik and new flight routes brought mass tourism to its beaches. Come with us if you want to dodge the crowds and explore places other tour companies don’t know about.

Our handcrafted itineraries are based on founders Ben and Emma’s time living on the quaint Pelješac peninsula in Southern Dalmatia, scouting out their favourite places to hike, bike and kayak while getting to grips with the local lingo. Because of that, our trips offer authentic escapes to Croatia’s true hidden gems.

Soak up those turquoise sea waters, pine-flanked beaches and terracotta villages with activities such as kayaking, hiking, mountain biking and white water rafting, to name a few. Round off action-packed days with lashings of good food and raising a glass of Croatian wine to your holiday and newfound travel buddies.

Croatia is seen as a gateway to the rest of the Western Balkans with day trips to Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Slovenia widely available. We too think there’s too much to see in this splendid region to stay in one place which is why we offer cross-border itineraries, such as our 10 Day Kayaking Holiday in Montenegro & Croatia.

Whether you’re a family, couple or solo traveller, all are invited to experience Croatia on our small group adventure tours.


Multi Activity Holidays

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7 Day Multi-Activity Holiday in Southern Dalmatia

Uncover Croatia’s wild side on this multi-active Dalmatian adventure!  
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10 Day Lake/Sea Kayaking Holiday in Montenegro & Croatia

Kayaking Croatia's stunning Elafiti islands and Montenegro's Lake Skadar!

Get there

Dubrovnik and Split are both well served by airlines offering direct flights from the UK.

If flying into Dubrovnik, our tour leaders will arrange to pick you up from the airport and take you to the start point of our adventure.

If flying into Split, you can catch a bus from the airport or ferry from Hvar to Dubrovnik where we’ll arrange to meet you.

No-fly options

You can travel to Croatia by car, bus or train. From the UK, you can travel by rail across Europe and finish up in Dubrovnik. Rome2Rio and The Man in Seat 61 are great resources for planning your journey. Alternatively, you can reach Dubrovnik and Split by coach using Flixbus, Europe’s largest coach operator.

Croatia weather

Croatia enjoys a Mediterranean climate with highs of between 25-28℃ during the height of summer.

The shoulder season months of April-May and September-November bring moderate climbs in the mid-teens and low twenties. However, the weather can be more unpredictable during those periods and rainstorms are expected, so pack a waterproof and layers just in case.

Expect maximum day temperatures of 8-10℃ during the winter months. Don’t worry, we always send a packing list once you book so you will know exactly what to bring whatever the weather.

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