20118
Croatia/Montenegro
The Best of Croatia: A Coastal Voyage by Yacht
Alongside experts, learn about Roman monuments, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, National Parks and idyllic villages nestled above the waters of the Dalmatian Coast.
Program No. 20118TCP
Length
13 days
Starts at
3,095
Special Offer
Flights start at
1,200
Getting There
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At a Glance

With its turquoise waters, idyllic coves and 1,000 islands, Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast is best discovered by boat. Set sail on a privately chartered yacht for an adventure that leads to rural villages and breathtaking national parks and into fascinating history.
Activity Level
Moderately Challenging
Walking up to five miles per day; some uneven and hilly terrain; stairs without railings.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Discover Diocletian’s Palace, built as a massive seaside retirement villa by the Roman emperor.
  • Explore Mljet National Park, distinguished by its dense woods, beautiful saltwater lakes and island monastery.
  • Spend an afternoon and night in Montenegro to explore the town of Kotor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

General Notes

Please note that some dates operate in reverse, beginning in Split (Croatia) and ending in Herceg Novi (Montenegro). Departures operate on one of three different ships: MSY Barbara, MY Futura, and MS Casanova. See the daily schedule for details. An extension to Croatia's capital city, Zagreb, and the lakes region is available for all dates of this program (#21037)! This extension is offered pre-program for all dates that start in Split (Croatia). The extension is offered post-program for all dates that start in Herceg Novi (Montenegro).
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Alan Staresina
Alan Staresina is a travel professional who loves to share his knowledge of Croatia, Montenegro, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Slovenia and Italy. He is fluent in Croatian, English and German and has basic knowledge of Italian. He enjoys traveling, history, sports, movies, music and chess. He was the Chess Champion of the city of Cologne, Germany, from 1992 to 1994.
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