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Our most recommended Karlovac County Cruises & boat tours

From Split: Plitvice Lakes Guided Day Tour with Tickets

1. From Split: Plitvice Lakes Guided Day Tour with Tickets

Experience the Plitvice Lakes National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, on a day trip from Split with your entry ticket and a guided tour. Listen to interesting stories about Croatia before arriving at the park. Walk the path around the lakes and relax on a boat trip. Make your way to the tour office in the morning and meet your friendly guide and group for the day. Enjoy a brief introduction and start driving out of the city, admiring the Croatian countryside and listening to live commentary on your way to the park. Arrive at the lakes and explore the upper and lower waterfalls. Take amazing photos by the water and discover flowing springs, flowering meadows, and mysterious caves. Rest your feet after the trail with a train ride and a scenic boat trip on the turquoise water with banks of lush green trees. Take one last look at the waterfalls before returning back to Split.

Pula: Brijuni Sunset Dolphin Watching Tour w/ Dinner/Drinks

2. Pula: Brijuni Sunset Dolphin Watching Tour w/ Dinner/Drinks

Embark on a boat trip to Brijuni National Park with dinner and drinks included. Experience the calm sea while sailing towards the Brijuni, spotting the dolphins swimming and admiring views of Pula illuminated at night. Depart from the marina in Pula. Cruise on the modern Arena boat which has 2 toilets, a sundeck, 3 terraces, a modern kitchen and a bar. Enjoy a traditional Istrian dinner on the boat, as well as unlimited drinks. Explore the Brijuni National Park from the seaside and discover its beautiful views. Encounter dolphins in their natural habitat as you cruise. Admire the picturesque views of the city of Pula lit up at night in the distance, and relax as the sun goes down on the horizon. After a relaxing journey on the water, return to the marina in Pula.

Columbo's Pirate Ship "Santa Maria" - Split Panoramic Tour

3. Columbo's Pirate Ship "Santa Maria" - Split Panoramic Tour

The Riva started to look the way it does today two centuries ago, when the French, in time of Napoleon ruled these parts through Marshal Marmont. Today this promenade is the cities living room, the most popular and most important public place in Split. In the meantime it has been widened and reconstructed several times, but it was always blessed with the most spectacular set, the south facade of the Diocletian Palace, with the entrance into the Substructures, and later on with the buildings that were built west of the Palace, also the Franciscan monastery with the church of St. Francis, and the Bajamonti Dešković Palace and last but not least the Port Authorities building on the east end Bacvice is sandy beach, with sand being very soft. It is pleasing to walk on it and enter the sea. Water is shallow even 100 meters away from the coast. That means it's ideal for having fun and playing water sports. Bacvice is place of birth of game called picigin, which is part of UNESCO non-material heritage. The game is played by throwing a small ball to the other players, in shallow water. The ball must not enter the sea, and aim of the game is to keep it up in the air as much as possible. Every year in Split is held Picigin World Cup. Croatian team usually wins. The southwest cape of the Split harbour is called Sustipan after a Middle Aged monastery of St. Stephen under the pine trees, which served as the resting ground to the Croatian Kings. At the beginning of the 19th century Sustipan became Split's first cemetery, outside of the city at the time, only to be demolished, regardless of the emotional connection citizen's of Split had for this location and an extraordinary artistic value of the local tombs, by the communist authorities after the opening of the new cities cemetery. The only thing preserved to this day of the entire cemetery is a Classicistic gloriette. Sustipan is turned into a beautiful park, a genuine little green oasis in the immediate vicinity of Marjan and the city, from its reefs that meet the sea a breathtaking view spreads directly towards the deep sea and the islands in front of Split. Marjan, the hill that overlooks the city has always been the most impressive part of Split imagery. Such a harmony betwwen natural and urban is rarely found; on one side the densely populated city in all of its glory and on the other a peninsula of almost pristine nature. Backing onto the pine-covered foothills of the Marjan peninsula, this scenic pebble and sand stretch has an appealing laid-back atmosphere. Kašuni Beach is an attractive beach destination for swimming and sunbathing. More peaceful and rural in feel than Split’s main Bačvice Beach, it is a good place to enjoy a relaxing day out. Bask in the sun and lounge away an afternoon on its tranquil shores. The strip is comprised of fine pebble and sand and is bordered by wooded sloping hills. Also we stop in front of the beach for swimming.

Dubrovnik: Oyster, Mussles, and Wine Tasting Tour in Ston

4. Dubrovnik: Oyster, Mussles, and Wine Tasting Tour in Ston

Discover the beauty of the vineyards on the Pelješac peninsula on this tour from Dubrovnik to Ston. Relax with a cruise in Little Ston bay and savor the catch of the day with a tasting of fresh oysters and mussels paired with local wines. Enjoy free time in the picturesque village of Ston.   Be picked up from the comfort of your accommodation in Dubrovnik. Take in the scenic countryside and rolling vineyards of the Pelješac peninsula on the drive to Ston in a climate-controlled vehicle. Listen as your host tells you about the village of Ston.  Board a boat and admire views of verdant forests and the traditional red-roofed buildings in the village from the water. Watch oysters and mussels being pulled from the water and dig into these paired with some carefully-selected Croatian wines.  Disembark from the boat and have some free time to explore the village of Ston where you can go for a stroll through the history alleyways of the Old Town and admire the largest surviving fortification system in Europe. Continue to a bridge over the Ombla River and the Gruž Port for panoramic views of Dubrovnik. Return to your accommodation in Dubrovnik.

From Split: Trogir, Blue Lagoon Half-Day Cruise

5. From Split: Trogir, Blue Lagoon Half-Day Cruise

Travel from Split to Trogir by boat and explore the old city. See St. Lawrence's Cathedral and Kamerlengo Castle. Go on another boat ride then jump into the sea for a swim. Relax on the pebble beaches at Maslinica Bay and eat lunch in a local restaurant if you like. Go back to split by boat. Board your boat at the meeting point and set sail from Split. Then, arrive at Trogir 20 minutes later. Explore this UNESCO-protected city with its Romanesque architecture. Stroll around the old city, and see Kamerlengo Castle, St. Lawrence's Cathedral, and the 15th-century St. Mark's Fortress. Afterward, go on a 15-minute boat ride to the blue lagoon. Snorkel in the crystal clear blue sea and then relax at a beach bar. Take in the amazing view of the surrounding islands.. Choose to sunbathe on the beach or visit a 300-year-old castle that has been converted into a hotel. Have lunch in a local restaurant if you like. Finally, depart from Šolta Island and return to Split by boat.

Split: Plitvice Lakes Guided Day Tour With Entry Tickets

6. Split: Plitvice Lakes Guided Day Tour With Entry Tickets

Explore Croatia’s most recognized and famous National Park - the Plitvice Lakes. This Unesco Heritage Listed Park will charm you with its interconnected turquoise lakes, numerous colorful cascades, vivid streams, and fascinating caves. Heading early in the morning from our office in Split we’ll make sure that the drive to the park is comfortable and pleasant. While you enjoy the beautiful landscape of the Dalmatian hinterland, our professional guide will bring you closer to a part of our rich history. Once we arrive, we’ll begin our tour by exploring the Upper lakes. Walking on the wooden trails through the park, you’ll enjoy the birds chirping and the water rushing. The serene panoramic boat ride will take us to the Lower lakes, with its main attraction - the Great waterfall. It’s the perfect time and scenery to take your camera out and capture these beautiful unforgettable memories! Relaxed and filled with good energy, we’ll head back to Split!

Split: Transfer to Zagreb with Plitvice Lakes & Željava Stop

7. Split: Transfer to Zagreb with Plitvice Lakes & Željava Stop

Enjoy a full-day transfer between Split and Zagreb with a stop at the stunning Plitvice Lakes. Join to fascinating and diverse trip, combining both historical and natural attractions. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride, taking in breathtaking views of the Croatian countryside along the way.  Before reaching Plitvice Lakes, make a stop at Željava Airbase and get a glimpse into the technological achievements of the 60s as you visit one of the largest military complexes in Europe. Next, head to one of Europe's most beautiful parks, Plitvice Lakes National Park. Take a journey through the 16 lakes that form the Plitvice Lakes National Park, all of which enjoy UNESCO-protected status. Along the way, cross amazing travertine waterfalls, natural green forests, and amazing landscapes that will take your breath away. Enjoy free time in the park and go for a relaxing stroll or to take stunning photos of the landscapes. Afterward, relax and rest your legs on the comfortable bus that will take you onwards to Zagreb.

Split: Plitvice Lakes & Željava Airbase Tour with Entry Fees

8. Split: Plitvice Lakes & Željava Airbase Tour with Entry Fees

Travel from Split or Trogir to the Plitvice Lakes National Park, founded in 1949, making it one of the oldest national parks in southeastern Europe. Discover the sprawling network of beautiful waterfalls, lakes, and forests on a guided tour and boat ride. Start with pickup from central meeting points in either Split or Trogir. Upon arrival at the park, enjoy a guided tour of its most picturesque spots. Marvel at one of the main attractions, the 78-meter-high waterfall known as Veliki Slap, which is the highest waterfall in Croatia. In addition to the guided walks along wooden paths, you’ll enjoy a boat ride across the biggest lake, and also a short train ride. During your visit, you may encounter a variety of species that have lived in the area since before the time of human arrival. After visiting the park, make a short photo stop at the Željava airbase. Learn a bit about the technological achievements of what was once the largest military complex in Europe, which operated during the era of Yugoslavia. Afterwards, be dropped off back in Split or Trogir.

Half day tour around Plitvice Lakes

9. Half day tour around Plitvice Lakes

Guests will meet guide at entrance 1 (next to the bear statue) of National park Plitvice Lakes which will take them to the group tour. First attraction You will be able to see are Big waterfall and lower part of the Lakes where You can also find couple of interesting monuments. After Lower lakes tour You will get a break at the boat station ( for food and drinks which will be available at local bistros). When You finish with the break the guide will take You to panoramic boat at which You will be able to njoy beautis of lake Kozjak. Next destination is a train station where panoramic train is driving guests to panoramic view of Lower part. This tour ends just after panoramic view points where You will get back to starting point

Sunset Kupa River Cruise in the Traditional Žitna lađa boat

10. Sunset Kupa River Cruise in the Traditional Žitna lađa boat

Glide along the gentle waters of the Kupa, the heart and soul of Central Croatia. Our Kupa River cruise delivers you to culture-rich banks, from scenic forests to beautiful monastery and ancient sunken boat that have inspired many passengers for centuries. A Kupa River boat tour unveils Croatia’s rich and dramatic history. Glittering tradition, lush sceeneries and endless scenic splendor line the river banks. Along this scenic river, Croatia became free, and villages that once lay in rubble now stand tall. With much of this breathtaking river, it is a truly inspirational waterway. Enjoy the River boat tour while becoming a part of an untouched nature sailing in a unique traditional boat Žitna lađa and sail into the past as a river sailor from the 18th Century. Nurse a glass of wine from nearby vineyards and enjoy the delights from local farms while gazing at the open horizon of beautiful green Kupa riverbed. Discover its secrets as our expert interpretors take you from the ancient times and the otoman invasions to the golden period of Karlovac and beyond. The journey is followed by a rare whitetaled eagle with wingspan of 1,8 meters being our common fearless guest, but also beautiful blue king fisher and other birds, beavers or otters. You can try to navigate the boat with the assistance of our captain and take picture with a captain's hat. The welcoming and friendly local crew will be happy to share with you the story how this boat has been built and how it has revived a river cruise tradition on the Kupa after 200 years.

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What people are saying about Karlovac County

Elena & Dino as well as the driver that took us back to zagreb were great. We took a bus to the lakes ( 3h drive with a 20min stop for breakfast), spent 4h in the lakes, it was amazing, elena is a great guide with a sarcastic sense of humor. She took amazing pictures of me as i was a solo traveler and explained not only the history and names of the lakes but also detailed the history of all the place we drove by from split to Croatia in general. The trip back to zagreb was on a nice car as they were only two of us and the driver was kind enough to drive us to our hotels. Really great experience !

It was the most enjoyable and breathtaking natural scenery I’ve ever seen in Croatia. Our guide Sandra was excellent. Her bubbly personality and abundance of knowledge and jokes made our time at the park goes by so quickly. I highly recommend her to be your tour guide if you ever plan to visit the Plitvice National Park. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Sandra was absolutely amazing so helpful , great your defo would rebook with her and recommend others . Even when the tour finishes she still offered help if we need help finding bars or restaurants she would help … 5 star service she was great

Sandra was incredible, so so worth it and it was so fun!!! Super comfortable and October is really a perfect time to come

Our guide Sandra was excellent and overall a great trip to the park.