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Seeing Croatia for the first time is a life-changing experience.
The nation is blessed with magnificent scenery, dreamy coastal towns and beaches, plus incredible history enriched with folk traditions. Croatia is a country so divine that it has been named by many as one of the best travel destinations in the world.
We can hardly blame you for choosing Croatia as your vacation destination for 2021.
The good news is that your custom planned trip or joining one of our expertly curated small group trips are available at $500 off per person*, which not only represents outstanding value but presents an incredible opportunity to travel without the usual level of crowds. *Restrictions apply.
And now is a great time to book your dream trip. Each one of our 2021 vacations guarantees small groups, and a chance to meet the locals, enjoy the traditional culture and bask in luxurious accommodation.
So to make sure you miss the crowds and enjoy all that Croatia has to offer, take a look at our superbly-priced packages.
Insider Secrets Tour: May 27 – June 4, 2021
The nine-day Insider Secrets tour takes in some of the country’s outstanding natural beauty spots as well as some of her historic cities.
With its cobbled streets, church spires and neo-baroque and Art Deco architecture, the city of Zagreb is a must-visit, while Split is a heady mixture of buzzing nightlife and ancient history. The gorgeous island of Hvar, meanwhile, features miles of stunning coastline, Gothic Palaces and 13th-century city walls.
The trip ends in Dubrovnik. Often called the Pearl Of The Adriatic it boasts a history that’s ripe for exploring and boasts an Old Town that’s a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The tour also takes in the stunning Plitvice Lakes National Park (another UNESCO World Heritage site), Omis and the island of Ston.
Summer In Croatia: May 27 – June 4, 2021
This eight-day tour is the perfect trip for those who to both take in the stunning coastal scenery and stay away from the crowds.
Starting off in the historic city of Split, it then moves onto the Dalmatian island of Brac, famous for its olive oil and stunning, secluded beaches. With a stop in Hvar, there’s also a visit to Mljet – Croatia’s greenest island and teeming with lush vegetation, clear and clean sea, gentle sandy shoreline and a wealth of underwater sea life.
The final stop on this amazing tour Is Dubrovnik, with its UNESCO Old Town just waiting to be explored.
Autumn In Croatia: September 25 – October 3, 2021
Perfect for those wanting to avoid the summer crowds – and the high temperatures – Autumn In Croatia also provides the perfect combination of historic cities and stunning natural wonders.
Aside from Dubrovnik, Split and Zagreb, the Autumn In Croatia tour also takes in Stari Grad, a quiet coastal town on the beautiful island of Hvar, and Ston – only a short distance from Split, this 14th-century town is famous for its seafood, especially its oysters.
Elsewhere, the Pelješac Peninsula is a thriving – but quieter – agricultural area in Dalmatia that makes world-class wines, while a stop at the Cetina river will introduce you to a unique destination where four rivers converge and produce a riverside wonderland, complete with cobalt waters and watersports like kayaking.
With Croatia’s favorable epidemiological situation continuing, tourists are returning to the country, with a reported 70,000 arriving so far for the summer season. The weather is warming up with temperatures hitting the 80s in southern parts of the country as sun dwellers bask in the glorious mediterranean sun. Local bars and restaurants are also open for business, serving up freshly caught seafood alongside local delicacies all that can be washed down with a delicious glass of local wine. To learn more about travel to Croatia this year you can contact our team. We’ll keep you updated with the latest travel advice and ensure you are well informed for your upcoming vacation.