Set your heart racing on this exhilarating zipline experience from Split, with optional pickup from select hotels in the Makarska Riviera. Following a training session from two expert guides, whiz along a line that dangles a dizzying 492 feet (150 meters) in the air, hopping on and off at eight different platforms. Enjoy jolts of adrenaline and scenic views of the Cetina River canyon for up to three hours. This zipline tour is limited to 10 participants, ensuring a small-group experience.
• 7 hours
Split is the second largest city in Croatia and is the largest city on the Adriatic coast. The Diocletian palace in Split is an UNESCO-protected world heritage monument. It was built as a villa for the abdicated Roman emperor 17 centuries ago, and developed into what is now the historic core of the city of Split.
• 7 hours
East meets west! Enjoy the river Neretva’s emerald green waters Počitelj – once known for its shipyard in the Middle Ages Mostar – the junction of two diversified cultures Experience the charm of the Orient, stroll across the unique “Old Bridge”
• 9 hours
Start your trip from Makarska and explore one of the most beautiful little towns in Dalmatian Hinterland. After picking you up at pre-arranged meeting point or at your hotel we begin our journey to Imotski. Driving slowly through the tunnel St.Ilija we enter the area of Imotski region, which is historical name for the area located in the background of mountain Biokovo. Imotski is known for its medieval fortress on the rocks of Blue Lake. Another phenomenon is the Red Lake which looks like an eye in the scenery. Both lakes are said to be connected with undergroundchannels to the Adriatic Sea.
• 6 hours
Photos can not really bring this experience of visiting the most beautiful National Park in Croatia to life. Be prepared that you will experience an unprecedented beauty of majestic waterfalls, feel the gentle breeze of fresh air... It is a lifetime experience.As you enter the forest region you are completely out of the world from where you belong to. Plitvice Lakes are the oldest, the biggest and the most beautiful National Park in Croatia. The unity and harmony of 16 lakes and their rare natural and cultural value is not famous only in Croatia but also worldwide; earning this remarkable National Park a coveted place on UNESCOâ€™s list of World Heritage sites.
• 12 hours
Head to the Peljesac Peninsula with a private guide on a day trip from Makarska. Stretching alongside Peljesac Channel, which separates mainland Croatia from Korcula Island, the peninsula boasts a fertile landscape that produces high quality wine, salt and seafood. Visit the coastal town of Ston to see the great Wall of Croatia and an old salt factory. Then check out three family-run wineries or perhaps a coastal fish farm. The itinerary is flexible and can be tailored to your interests.
• 10 hours
See all the charm of the beautiful Dubrovnik in one day trip, enjoy the breath-taking scenery of the Dalmatian Coast during your minibus ride. See why Dubrovnik is included in UNESCO world heritage by wandering the medieval windy streets and famous Stradun Street. If you are a fan of the series 'Game of Thrones', then this tour is for you, as it is filmed in Dubrovnik. In our minibus you will be given a map and a history brochure of Dubrovnik that you can read on the bus.
• 11 hours
Discover magnificent waterfalls in Krka National Park on a day trip from Makarska. Enjoy the breath-taking views and a walk through beautiful nature, if you become too warm or you just want to relax you can stop for swim in the refreshing waters of the River Krka. Stunning beauty of 17 natural waterfalls including Skradinski Buk the biggest waterfall will impress everyone.Bill Gates, founder of Microsoft once said to magazine Forbes when they ask where would he spend his holiday, he said Krka National park in Croatia. Want to know why Krka is his answer? Join this tour.
• 9 hours
Medjugorje is one of the most famous Roman Catholic shrines in the world. It became famous for the apparitions of the Virgin Mary, which first started in 1981 , after which Medjugorje began to develop religious tourism . Since then this place, next to Sarajevo is one of the most visited tourist centers in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which yearly visit about a million Catholics from around the world.
• 8 hours
Enjoy a day discovering Šibenik, town that was founded more than a thousand years ago, and the natural beauties of famous Krka Waterfalls.
• 10 hours