Treasures of Croatia



The time has finally come to deep dive into incredible Croatia. You spend your initial days exploring the throbbing heart of Croatia, Zagreb. Calling all nature lovers, the Plitvice National Park is a feast for the eyes and the soul with its stunning natural beauty and magnificent lakes. Travel to the old town of Split and get a chance to visit the tiny town of Ston. Finally, you visit Dubrovnik and take a walking tour through narrow cobbled streets and ride a cable car for a panoramic view of the city below.

  • On Day 1, you will arrive in the capital city of Zagreb.
  • On Day 2, you will go on a sightseeing tour of Zagreb.
  • On Day 3, you will travel to Plitvice and visit Plitvice Lakes National Park. Later, you will travel to Split.
  • On Day 4, you will go on a sightseeing tour of Split.
  • On Day 5, you will travel to the Pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik and stop en route at Ston.
  • On Day 6, you will go on a sightseeing tour of Dubrovnik marvelling at its UNESCO-protected Old Town.
  • On Day 7, prepare to depart to your home country.
Zagreb (2), Split (2), Dubrovnik (2)
Arrival (Zagreb), Departure (Dubrovnik)



Arrive in Zagreb

Welcome to the capital city of Croatia, Zagreb.

Upon landing, you will be welcomed by a local representative who will take you to your hotel. If time permits you may explore the buzzing city at your own pace. Why not try a popular Croatian dish called Strukuli at a local restaurant? You will surely be pleasantly surprised by the taste of the soft dough, cream cheese, eggs and sour cream sauce.

You stay overnight at a hotel in Zagreb.


Sightseeing Tour of Zagreb

After a delicious breakfast at the hotel, you will proceed on a sightseeing tour of Zagreb along with a local guide. 

Zagreb was once split into two towns, Kaptol and Gradec. Kaptol was the centre for religious spiritual life and Gradec was the commercialized centre for skilful craftsmen and tradesmen. They remained as uneasy neighbours for a long period of time until they merged into one known today as Gornji Grad and the city of Zagreb continued to flourish in the fields below.

Your guide will take you on an easy walk beginning at the Upper Town visiting the neogothic Cathedral which is one of the most recognizable places in Zagreb. You will also visit the ornately beautiful St. Catherine’s Church or St. Mark’s Church which is one of Zagreb’s most symbolic buildings. The Upper and Lower town are connected to one another by the Stone Gate or Kamenita Vrata which will be one of your last stops on the tour. The best way to learn about Zagreb is to take a stroll through the old town and sip a cappuccino at the many cafes or visit the lively and colourful market of Dolac.

You stay overnight at a hotel in Zagreb.


Zagreb - Plitvice National Parks - Split

You will travel from Zagreb to Split, with a stopover at Plitvice National Park en route, after a scrumptious breakfast at the hotel.

Visit the only park in Croatia which is under the protection of UNESCO and spend two and half hours with a local guide exploring the area, taking in the fresh air and standing in awe of the many streams and cascades in Plitvice. The 16 lakes and their waterfalls are complete with crystal clear blue-green waters and the sound of 92 cascading, foaming and thundering waterfalls is sure to leave you in utmost tranquillity.

The main attractions in Plitvice are: The Upper lakes – 12 out of 16 lakes separated by the travertine barrier, Kozjak Lake, Stephanie’s Island, Lower Lakes – Small waterfalls, blue-green waters and abundant greenery are the main characteristics of these lakes, Supljara – underground cave and the great waterfall – highest waterfall in Croatia. After spectacular Plitvice, you will continue your travels to Split, which will take two and a half hours.

You stay overnight at a hotel in Split.


Sightseeing Tour of Split

After breakfast at the hotel, you will proceed on a sightseeing tour of Split along with a local guide.

The city of Split has more than 1700 years of history attached to it and the best way to take it all in is by walking through its ancient streets and admiring one of Croatia’s largest cities. Your tour begins at the Old City where you will visit all the main sights. The city of Split is built around the spectacular Roman Palace created by the Roman Emperor Diocletian. Built as a mausoleum for the Roman Emperor Diocletian, The Cathedral St. Duje is one of the best-preserved Roman buildings still upright. The church is in dedication to Virgin Mary and the bell tower to Saint Duje.

You stay overnight at a hotel in Split.


Split - Ston - Dubrovnik

After a delicious breakfast at the hotel, you will leave split and travel to Dubrovnik with a stopover at Stone en route. Here you will partake in oysters/mussels degustation.

Known as a salt producing land, Ston and Mali Ston sit on the cape of the land that connects Pelijesac to the mainland. The defensive walls of Ston are world famous as it was once a fortified military fort. Tourists often travel to Ston to indulge in some Oysters which are the best in the world.

Your journey will continue to Dubrovnik. You stay overnight at a hotel in Dubrovnik.


Sightseeing Tour of Dubrovnik

After a lip-smacking breakfast, you will go on a sightseeing tour of Dubrovnik with a local guide and get a chance to ride on a cable car.

Your walking tour begins at Pile gate which lies at the western entrance of the Old City, and you will be taken to visit some of the most noteworthy historical landmarks. You will see Onofrio’s Fountain, Rector’s Palace, Orlando’s Column, Sponza Palace, Stradun (Main Street), Old City Harbour, The Cathedral and much more.

Take a cable car ride up to the peak of the Srd Mountain and enjoy magnificent views of the old town of Dubrovnik below and Island Lokrum. Don’t forget to take some incredible photos from the peak the best time being around sunset.

You stay overnight at a hotel in Dubrovnik.



The tour ends here and after breakfast, you will be taken to Dubrovnik Airport to catch your flight back home.


What is included

  • 2 Nights accommodation at Zagreb
  • 2 Nights accommodation at Split
  • 2 Nights accommodation at Dubrovnik
  • Zagreb sightseeing tour with a local guide
  • Daily breakfast at the hotel
  • Plitvice National Park tour with a local guide and entrance
  • Split sightseeing tour with a local guide tour with entrance to Diocletian’s Palace and Cathedral
  • Dubrovnik sightseeing and cable car tour with a local guide with entrance to the Dominican Monastery and cable car ticket
  • Oyster tasting in a local restaurant in Ston
  • Private transportation with a/c vehicle: Zagreb airport – hotel in Zagreb area – hotel in Split area – hotel in Dubrovnik area – Dubrovnik airport


What is excluded

  • Air tickets, visa, insurance, city taxes, tips and gratuities, GST


After the chilling winters from November-end to March, the temperature starts rising and welcomes spring in full swing. Spring is indeed the best season to visit Croatia as the snow melts and flowers blossom. From May to August the country enjoys great weather as days are long and sunny and it is a great time to get your tan while admiring the breathtaking national parks and beautiful lakes of Croatia. The summer months from May to August are best to enjoy the Croatia coasts and Islands. In October the weather starts cooling down again and moves into November, which is a great time to enjoy events, concerts and many musical programs.