15 Day Tour of Croatia, Bosnia, Montenegro, Herzegovina & Slovenia

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    15 days, 14 nights
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    15 days
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    14 nights
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    April 2024 - June 2025
  • Admire tranquil Lake Bled
  • Meet the famous Lipizzan horses and take a carriage ride to a picnic lunch in the meadows
  • Enjoy locally caught seafood in Dubrovnik

Uncover a region where rocky coastlines and towering mountains meet a complex history and medieval city walls. Personalise your time in Dubrovnik, choosing between exploring the Dubrovnik city walls or taking a cable car ride. Travel by boat to the islet of Our Lady of the Rocks in Montenegro. Discover Sarajevo, home to a multitude of religious sects all living in harmony. Enjoy a home-hosted dinner in a Bosnian home, sampling klepe and burek. Explore the natural wonder of Plitvice Lakes National Park (UNESCO) with a guide. As you make your way through the Balkans, get a glimpse into generations of traditions and connect with welcoming locals.


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Bled Castle


  • 14 nights handpicked accommodation
  • 23 meals - 14 breakfasts, 3 lunches & 6 dinners
  • An expert Tour Manager
  • Inclusions/Entrance fees as per itinerary
Your fare excludes:
  • A​irfares & Travel Insurance



Day 1 - Dubrovnik

Discover the twisting cobblestone streets and burnt-orange rooftops of Dubrovnik, a city rich in history and charm. Meet your fellow travellers and look out over the sparkling Adriatic Sea during dinner, featuring local seafood dishes.

Day 2 - Dubrovnik

Start your day off with a tour of the ancient streets of Dubrovnik, and feel the history and timelessness of the city. Then, personalise the rest of your day because it’s your choice! See the famous city walls, still standing from the Middle Ages -OR- hop into a cable car for incredible views of the entire city from above. The remainder of the day is yours to do as you please.

Day 3 - Kotor

Leave Croatia and make your way into Montenegro. Begin your journey on a private boat and head to the islet of Our Lady of the Rocks. Visit the church before continuing on to the old town of Kotor (UNESCO). Settle into your historic hotel – an 18th-century building that is part of the original city walls. Take advantage of a free afternoon to explore this beautiful city on your own. Complete your day in a quiet corner of Old Town Kotor in a cosy family restaurant.

Day 4 - Kotor

Today is at your leisure to explore Kotor. Perhaps you’ll go on an optional excursion to Njegusi, a quiet and peaceful village located on the slope of Mount Lovcen about 900 metres above sea level. Learn about the tradition of prosciutto and homemade cheeses famously produced here and sample these specialities.

Day 5 - Sarajevo

Cross into Bosnia and Herzegovina and spend time in Mostar, home to the iconic arched Stari Most Bridge (UNESCO). Explore Mostar with your guide before having lunch in a traditional restaurant in the old part of the city. Continue on to Sarajevo – Bosnia and Herzegovina’s capital city where East meets West – and your home for the next 3 nights. Reminiscent of a European Jerusalem, find an ever-evolving conglomeration of religious sects all living in harmony. Perhaps you’ll take an evening stroll with your Tour Manager to get familiar with the area.

Day 6 - Sarajevo

point of WWI. As you make your way along the storied roadways, admire the significant blend of religions and architectural styles. Take advantage of free time before it’s your choice! Uncover the city’s past with a local siege survivor, spending time in the Sarajevo Tunnel Museum before visiting the bobsled track on Trebevic Olympic Mountain -OR- visit Gallery 11/07/95, which documents the city’s 20th-century turmoil through photography.

Day 7 - Sarajevo

Enjoy time on your own today. Consider an optional excursion to Lukomir Highland, where you’ll hike to a remote village and bond with locals over lunch. Or maybe you’ll embark on an optional tour of Tito’s Bunker, exploring the former president’s personal hideout. No matter how you spend the day, connect with locals at a home-hosted dinner. Enjoy regional favorites such as klepe (meat dumplings) and burek (flaky filled pastries). Drink Bosnian coffee as you listen to traditional folk music.

Day 8 - Plitvice Lakes

Make your way through Bosnia and into northern Croatia, arriving in Plitvice in the late afternoon. Your hotel supports a Serbian community centre where local women produce traditional crafts and bake homemade goods. Experience an Impact Moment when you learn how the local women are keeping the community alive through their traditions and crafts. As the day ends, enjoy an authentic “under the bell” dinner, where lamb and vegetables are slow-roasted under a giant iron bell for hours.

Day 9 - Motovun

Take in the forested landscape of Plitvice Lakes National Park (UNESCO) with a guide. Walk along the cascading lakes and the free-flowing waterfalls before cruising through the park by boat. Head to the Istrian Peninsula, where rolling hills and vineyard rows meet seaside towns full of Mediterranean cuisine. Settle into the Roxanich Wine and Heritage Hotel, your home for the next 3 nights, nestled at the base of a hilltop village.

Day 10 - Motovun

Travel off the beaten path to the fishing village of Rovinj.* Uneven cobblestone streets lead into sidewalk cafes, boasting an atmosphere of welcoming locals. After getting acquainted with the humble port town, take advantage of some free time to explore on your own. Return back to Motovun and enjoy dinner in a family-owned restaurant.

Day 11 - Motovun

Feel like a local and join a family on their forested property for a truffle-hunting adventure. Follow their friendly dogs on your quest for the coveted mushrooms, then sit down for a tasty truffle-inspired lunch. Head back to town for an evening on your own. Consider joining your Tour Manager on a leisurely walk to the top of the village for views of the surrounding area.

Day 12 - Ljubljana

Cross into Slovenia and spend time at Lipica Stud Farm, the famous breed of the Habsburg Empire. Meet purebred Lipizzan horses, dating back to the 16th century, and take a horse-drawn carriage ride to a picnic lunch in the meadows. Arrive in Ljubljana’s city centre, your home for the next two nights. Embark on a city tour to acquaint yourself with this incredible city before having a night to explore on your own.

Day 13 - Ljubljana

Today, head to the beauty of Lake Bled. Ride in a Pletna Boat to the isle of Bled, visit the secluded and picturesque St. Mary’s Church on the island, and then get a chance to sample delicious kremšnita (cream cake), a local favourite. Return to Ljubljana where the remainder of the day is yours.

Day 14 - Zagreb

This morning, say goodbye to beautiful Slovenia and continue your journey to Zagreb, the storied capital of Croatia. After discovering the city with your local guide, toast to the end of your adventure at a farewell dinner.

Day 15 - Zagreb

Wish Croatia goodbye as you depart for home.

Please note the following itinerary is subject to change without notice.

Dates and Prices


Multiple departure from April 2024 to May 2025

Below pricing is for 27 April 2025 Departure

  • Twin Share from $5,699 per person
  • Single traveller from $6,999 per person

Call today and one of our experienced Travel Advisors can also happily help with flights, pre/post-tour accommodation and travel insurance.

Call 1300 414 198 to learn more and request a quote.

Please note that prices are subject to availability at time of booking and may change without notice.


  • H​otel More
  • H​otel Cattaro
  • C​olors Inn
  • T​he Lyra Hotel Plitvice
  • Roxanich Wine & Heritage hotel
  • G​rand Plaza hotel Ljunlijana
  • Boutique hotel Le Premier

H​otel might be change at the time of booking.



Activity Level 3 - You’re an on-the-go traveler. You don’t want to miss a thing, so walking and standing for longer periods of time (2-3 hours) isn’t a big deal. A moderately paced two-and-a-half-hour walking tour, covering several miles, hills, and uneven surfaces, is no problem for you. Walking four miles over the course of a day is very doable, as is climbing into and out of various modes of transportation (tuk-tuk, cable car, zodiac, etc.). You can climb three flights of stairs easily and handle altitudes between 6,000 and 9,000 feet. Expect some longer days balanced with free time to recharge or set out on your own adventure. This level is not a fit for travelers who require mobility assistance devices.


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