Croatia & Montenegro Tours & Holidays

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Discover The Wonders Of Croatia & Montenegro

Taking a trip to Croatia brings you to a stunning blend of Mediterranean charm, rich history, and captivating landscapes. From the ancient city walls of Dubrovnik to the cascading beauty of Plitvice Lakes National Park and the picturesque islands dotting the Adriatic Sea, Croatia presents a wide array of unforgettable experiences. The urban vibe of cities like Zagreb and Split contrasts with the laid-back island life of Hvar and Brac. Whether it’s exploring UNESCO heritage sites, enjoying sun-soaked beaches, or savouring scrumptious seafood, Croatia has something for every traveller, making it a must for your travel bucket list.

Croatia & Montenegro At A Glance


Zagreb (population 930,000)


4.4 million






(GMT+01:00) Sarajevo, Skopje, Warsaw, Zagreb




Type C (European 2-pin) Type F (German 2-pin, side clip earth)

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Known as the “Pearl of the Adriatic”, Dubrovnik offers impressive mediaeval architecture, ancient city walls, and stunning sea views.

Plitvice Lakes National Park

Plitvice Lakes National Park

A UNESCO World Heritage site with 16 interconnected lakes cascading into each other in a surreal spectacle of turquoise waters and cascades.

Hvar Island

Hvar Island

Famous for its sunny climate, lavender fields, olive groves, and vibrant nightlife, Hvar also boasts a charming old town and offers picturesque views from the hilltop fortress.

Split Croatia


Home to the Diocletian’s Palace, Split offers a lively promenade, an old town teeming with history, and provides a gateway to nearby islands.

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Croatia is a country in Central Europe and Southeastern Europe on the Adriatic Sea. Neighboring countries include Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary, Montenegro, Serbia, and Slovenia. Geographically, Croatia is diverse with flat plains, low mountains, and islands. Croatia is a member of the European Union.

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  1. The best time to visit Croatia is during spring (April to June) and autumn (September to October), when the weather is pleasant and the tourism crowds are fewer.

The official currency is the Croatian Kuna. ATMs are widely available, and credit cards are accepted in many places.

Visa requirements vary depending on your nationality. EU/EEA citizens can enter with a valid ID card. For most other nationalities, including U.S., Canadian, and Australian citizens, no visa is required for a stay of up to 90 days.

The top sights include Dubrovnik, Plitvice Lakes National Park, Hvar Island, and Split.

Croatia is generally safe for tourists, but like anywhere, travellers should remain aware and take care of their personal items.

While Croatian is the official language, English is widely spoken, especially in major tourist areas and hotels.

We advise you to check with your local travel clinic 4-6 months prior to departure to see what is required. Also check the Travel Health Pro Website

Yes, tap water in Croatia is generally safe and of high quality.

Croatian cuisine is diverse with a strong emphasis on local ingredients. The coastal region offers plenty of seafood, while the inland areas feature dishes influenced by Central European cuisine.

Croatians value family and tradition. It’s also customary to greet each other with a kiss on each cheek. Always be respectful when visiting religious sites.

Absolutely! Croatia provides plenty of opportunities for outdoor adventures, from sailing around the Dalmatian coast, kayaking in Dubrovnik to trekking in Paklenica National Park.