Enjoy in a private guided hiking tour and discover hidden gems from Dubrovnik to Zadar. Hike to Mt. Srdj, conquer the highest peak of Pelješac peninsula, explore Biokovo Nature Park, admire the canyons of Paklenica National Park and walk the historic trail to Fortica Fortress.
With this Croatia hiking tour you will discover hidden gems of Dalmatia, one of the most popular regions in Croatia known for the beautiful nature and rich historical heritage, in a fun and active way.
Croatia Hiking Tour – Hidden Gems of Dalmatia takes you from the pearl of Adriatic – Dubrovnik to Zadar, the oldest continuously-inhabited Croatian city.
Tour will start with an easy hike to Mt. Srdj in Dubrovnik on the first day continuing to the highest peak of Pelješac peninsula on the second day. As you make your way north you will witness a breathtaking views from Biokovo, the second largest mountain in Croatia on the third day and dramatic canyons of Paklenica National Park on day four. Tour will finish with a scenic hike to historical Fortica Fortress in Omiš and return to Dubrovnik.
KNOW BEFORE YOU BOOK
- This is a private tour for your group only with flexible itinerary
- Accommodation can be arranged on request (please let us know accommodation type and sleeping arrangements you prefer)
- Duration of the activities is subject to change due to group abilities and preferences, weather etc. In case of bad weather or other unavoidable and extraordinary circumstances beyond our control we may change the original itinerary to avoid discomfort or any risk. Your guide will ensure the best possible experience without compromising safety at any time
This is a private tour meaning you have your own private guide during the entire tour and flexible itinerary and starting times.
If you would like to make any alterations to this itinerary (additional days, places etc..) please fill out this form and we will be happy to accommodate all your requests.
Hike to Mt. Srđ in DubrovnikWe will start the tour with visit to one of the most famous tourist attractions in Dubrovnik but use alternative way of sightseeing - hiking. Top of Mt Srdj (412 m) is famous for beautiful panoramic photos of the walled city of Dubrovnik and fort Imperial built during the Napoleonic wars, today the Homeland War Museum. Most visitors reach the top by cable car or car but there are two hiking paths to the top. You would start from Dubrovnik Old Town and reach the top in 1-1,5 h walking the path from where professional photographers capture the most-iconic views of the city. On the way up you will enjoy a rich Mediterranean vegetation and breathtaking view over the mountains, islands and Dubrovnik Old Town.► 2- 3 h hike ► easy to intermediate level ► overnight in Dubrovnik
Hiking on Pelješac PeninsulaYour guide will pick you up at your hotel in Dubrovnik for a 2-hour drive to Pelješac peninsula. You will hike to St. Ilija, the highest point of the peninsula (961 m) which offers spectacular views of the islands of Dalmatia and Orebić Riviera. It takes 2-3 hours to climb to the top and most of the trail is exposed to sun.Following the hike you will have option to have a tasting of famous Pelješac wines, oyster tasting or a visit to the city of Ston famous for the 14th century defensive walls.After hiking and sightseeing you will have a pleasant 2-hour drive to your next hotel in Makarska.► 5 - 6 h hike ► intermediate level ► overnight in Makarska
Biokovo Nature ParkDay 3 is reserved for a visit to Biokovo Nature Park, the second largest mountain in Croatia with its highest peak St Jure at 1762 m. The park has many hiking trails and offers hikes for all levels. Difficulty level typically ranges from intermediate to high. There are amazing views of the Croatian coastline and islands from Biokovo – on clear days, even parts of Bosnia and Italy (across the Adriatic Sea) can be seen!After you descend you will have a 2-hour drive to your next hotel in Zadar.► 5 - 6 h hike ► intermediate level with some parts of higher intensity ► overnight in Zadar
Paklenica National ParkPaklenica National Park is known for the dramatic canyons of Velika and Mala Paklenica, karst rock formations and black-pine forests. The Park area contains 150-200 km of trails and paths, from those characterized as tourist trails - leading from Velika Paklenica canyon to Manita peć cave, Lugarnica foresters house and Paklenica Mountain hut, to those characterized as hiking trails - leading to the highest peaks of the Velebit Mountain.After exploring the national park you will have around 2-hour drive to your next hotel in Omiš.► 4 - 5 h hike ► intermediate level ► overnight in Omiš
Fortica Fortress in OmišStart the day with a hike to Fortress Fortica located at the mountain range called Omiška Dinara next to the town of Omiš (25 km from Split, 2nd largest city in Croatia). Fortica Fortress occupies a strategic position above the town, commanding a sweeping view of Omiš, Poljica, Cetina river canyon, Brač Channel and the islands of Brač, Hvar and Šolta.After the hike you will have the option to visit the city of Split before you continue to Dubrovnik where our tour ends with drop-off either at the airport or your next hotel.► 2,5 h hike ► intermediate level
- Experienced first aid trained outdoor guide (English-speaking)
- Private transportation and all costs associated with the vehicle
- Entrance fee for Biokovo Nature Park
- Entrance fee for Paklenica National Park
- Accommodation (can be arranged on request)
- Gratuities (optional)
- Other than specified
PRICE PER PERSON:
1 person – 12.000,00 HRK (~ 1611 €)
2 persons – 6.700,00 HRK (~ 900 €)
3 persons – 4.467,00 HRK (~ 600 €)
4 persons – 3.936,50 HRK (~ 528 €)
5 persons – 3.258,00 HRK (~ 437 €)
6 persons – 2.770,00 HRK (~ 372 €)
7 persons – 2.436,00 HRK (~ 327 €)
8 persons – 2.186,00 HRK (~ 294 €)
9+ persons – on request
* The prices are fixed in Croatian Kuna. The exact price in euro/dollar or other currency is calculated on the day of booking according to the exchange rate of the Croatian National Bank
**All prices are per person