Charming Croatia Holidays and Montenegro



On your 11-day offbeat Charming Croatia holidays and Montenegro for couples, you arrive in the ancient walled city of Dubrovnik. After discovering the town on foot, you move to Budva (Montenegro) where you spend 3 nights. From here, you move to the heritage town of Podgorica and later to the high altitude town of Zabljak and finally, you reach the last destination, the famed Kotor and you get to unwind and check out this beautiful spot. You return home from Dubrovnik.

  • On Day 1 you arrive in Dubrovnik and you check in and relax for the rest of the day.
  • On Day 2 of your Croatia Holidays, you go on a walking tour around Dubrovnik, exploring the place on foot and enjoying each other’s company.
  • From Day 3 to Day 5, you move to your next destination Budva, and you engage in some local sightseeing around Budva. The next day, you go on a day’s excursion to Cetinje and Mountain Lovcen and have an eventful day out here. And the last day here, you go to the Skadar National Park.
  • On Day 6, you now move from Budva to Podgorica and you go for Croatia sightseeing around this heritage city.
  • On Day 7 and Day 8, you now move from Podgorica to Zabljak and here you visit the famed Durmitor National Park.
  • On Day 9 and Day 10, you move to historically relevant, heritage city of Kotor. It is scenically very beautiful and is home to many monuments. You spend 2 glorious days going on a guided tour and also visiting Perasta nearby.
  • On Day 11, your beautiful, memorable offbeat Croatia trip comes to a close and you are homeward bound from Dubrovnik, Croatia.
Dubrovnik (2), Budva (3), Podgorica (1), Zabljak (2), Kotor (2)
Arrival (Dubrovnik), Departure (Dubrovnik)



Dubrovnik Arrival

You arrive in the Cilipi Airport. Transfer from the Dubrovnik airport to the hotel. You stay overnight in the hotel in Dubrovnik.


Dubrovnik sightseeing guided walking tour

In the afternoon you go on a Dubrovnik guided walking tour (duration approx. 2 hrs). Dubrovnik is a medieval town that is encircled by lines of stone walls which adds to the city’s aura. The walking tour includes visits to the Dominican Monastery that features a nice collection of medieval paintings. The guide will take you through the narrow streets in the Old Town area and share insights about the history and culture of this glorious city.

You stay overnight in a hotel in Dubrovnik.


Dubrovnik – Budva

After breakfast in the hotel you are transferred from your hotel in Dubrovnik to Budva and the travel time is about 3 hours on a private basis.

Budva is home to some of the most beautiful coasts in the world. The main attractions here include the Holy Trinity Sv Trojica Church, the tomb of the famed Serbian writer, Stjepan Mitrov Ljubiša, the Church of St. Ivan and more.

You stay overnight in the hotel in Budva.


Budva: Excursion to Cetinje and Mountain Lovcen

After breakfast in the hotel you will visit the old royal capital city, Cetinje that is home to many museums, monasteries and neat little streets. It is located by the foothills of Mountain Lovcen, a sacred place. The National Park of Lovcen, is known for its untouched, unspoiled natural beauty and a visit here makes for a great experience. From the top of the mountain you can enjoy great magnificent views of the surrounding areas and you can also see one of the highest sited mausoleums in the world here.

You stay overnight in a hotel in Budva.


Budva: Full day tour Skadar National Park

After breakfast in the hotel, you drive from Budva to Sveti Stefan, for a panoramic photo stop. Then you visit Virpazar, which is said to be the last home of pelicans and is also said to be the largest bird reservation spot in Europe. Then you visit Lake Skadar, said to be the largest lake in Southern Europe. It is home to the last sweet water swamps in the Balkan region. The lake area, surrounded by wetlands is a very popular National Park.

You stay overnight in a hotel in Budva.


Budva – Podgorica: Podgorica sightseeing tour

After breakfast in the hotel, you are taken from Budva to Podgorica on a private basis. It takes about an hour to reach here. Podgorica is said to be the administrative capital of Montenegro and is also the economic and cultural center. A heritage city, in the bygone era, it was the gateway for armies and caravans to pass by. And so its history has many stories to tell.

You stay overnight in a hotel in Podgorica.


Podgorica to Zabljak

After breakfast in the hotel, a private transfer from your hotel in Podgorica to Zabljak is undertaken and it takes about 2 hours to reach here.

You stay overnight in a hotel in Zabljak.


Zabljak: Durmitor National Park sightseeing tour

After breakfast at the hotel you are taken to the beautiful Durmitor National Park. The stunning untouched landscape and mountain ranges makes for a great visit here. The park is home to many mountains and is filled with canyons like Tara, Draga and Susica and the upper canyon valley, Komarnica. The River Moraca is home to one of the most eye-catching river canyons.

You stay overnight in a hotel in Zabljak.


Zabljak – Kotor

After breakfast in the hotel you are transferred from Zabljak to Kotor. It takes about 3 hours to reach here.

You stay overnight in a hotel in Kotor.

DAY 10

Kotor: Half day tour with local guide – Perast & Kotor

After breakfast in the hotel, enjoy a drive around the Kotor Bay that is filled with many little settlements. Then, you visit the Island of The Lady of the Rocks, with its beautiful baroque church. You enjoy a walk in Perast, a City that gave many famous captains. Then you move to Kotor, located along one of Montenegro's most beautiful bays, a beautiful city with many a story to tell. The Old City of Kotor was built between the 12th and 14th centuries and it is considered a heritage city. Its medieval styled architecture and many monuments have made Kotor a UNESCO designated “World Natural and Historical Heritage Site".

You stay overnight in a hotel in Kotor.

DAY 11

Dubrovnik Departure

After breakfast you will be transferred to the airport on a private basis to take your flight back home, and you take back home some indelible impressions and memories of your trip!


What is included

  • 2 Nights stay at Dubrovnik
  • 3 Nights stay at Budva area
  • 1 Night stay at Podgorica area
  • 2 Nights stay at Zabljak Area
  • 2 Nights stay at Kotor Area
  • Daily breakfast at hotel
  • Dubrovnik walking sightseeing tour (2 hours)
  • Excursion to Cetinje and Mountain Lovcen (5 hours)
  • Full day tour Skadar National Park (duration approx. 8 hrs)
  • Podgorica sightseeing tour (duration approx. 8 hrs)
  • Durmitor National Park sightseeing tour (duration approx. 5 hrs)
  • Half day tour with local guide – Perast & Kotor (approx. duration 4 hrs)
  • Private transfers with A/C Vehicle as below:
  • Dubrovnik airport - hotel in Dubrovnik - Hotel in Dubrovnik – Hotel in Budva - Hotel in Budva - Hotel in Podgorica - Hotel in Podgorica - hotel in Zabljak - Hotel in Zabljak - hotel in Kotor - Hotel in Kotor - Dubrovnik airport
  • All tours on shared basis (pick up from city centre)


What is excluded

  • Air Tickets, Visa, Insurance, City taxes and gratuities, GST


  • Head to Hvar, known as one of the most romantic islands in Croatia. Enjoy its quiet and tranquil hidden treasures. A sunset dinner by the sea, at a renowned “slow food” restaurant dining experience is an ideal way to surprise your partner.
  • Beach Sv. Jerolim in Hvar is beautiful and isolated and works as a perfect little hideaway for you and your partner.


After the chilling winters from November end to March, the temperature starts rising and welcomes spring in full bloom. Spring is indeed the best season to visit Croatia as the snow melts and flowers blossom. From May-August the country enjoys great weather, as days are long, sunny and it’s a great time to work on your suntan while admiring the breathtaking national parks and beautiful lakes of Croatia. Summer months May-August are best to enjoy the many Croatian coasts and Islands on your Croatia beach holidays. Come October, the weather starts to dip again but November is the month of concerts, recitals, and performances.