Dubrovnik is a blessed location on the Adriatic Sea with a surrounding that includes offshore attractions, wooded islands, clear waters, sleepy villages, calm pebbly beaches, time – worn churches and lots more other fascinations. How to successfully explore these attractions that sit outside Dubrovnik? All you need are these options of day trips from Dubrovnik. You’ll explore some of the best places that sits on, beyond and across the Adriatic Sea like The Island of Lokrum, Cavtat, Montenegro, Korcula, Mostar, Mljet National Park, The Elafiti Islands, The Peljesac Peninsula, and lots more. Guess what? There is room for spending more than one day on adventures, all you need to do is book these Multi-Day Trips from Dubrovnik. You’ll enjoy transportation and luxurious accommodation throughout the day(s) alongside a professional guide. More includes Dubrovnik wine tasting day trips for exploring the local wines and wineries of the city and Dubrovnik rail tours aimed at giving you a sightseeing adventure as the train makes its unique noise throughout the ride.
To specifically explore more of the Adriatic seashores and coastlines, you need these Dubrovnik shoreline excursions which are prepared to give you a blessed trip to attractions that are located on the shorelines. Do you also know that more fun lies in the numerous available outdoor activities in Dubrovnik? These are prepared to make sure you spend more time outside than inside because that is what makes a vacation super interesting. Also, do you want to know more about the culture of the locals living in this coastal region? Get your Dubrovnik cultural and theme tours booked and you’ll explore all you need to know about the locals like the dance, music, language, dressing, festivals, tales and lots more.
With all the historical and impressive spots to explore in Dubrovnik, you should be able to plan your trip well. Here at TripIndicator, we carefully select the most worthwhile tours to help you achieve your ideal vacation. Availing tour options is also very easy because your mouse will do all the work! Read on and find which ones suit you best.
Dubrovnik Day Trips & Excursions Price
Dubrovnik to Split via Ston Private tour (5 hours)
Discover Elaphite Islands and Hidden Caves by Private Boat (4 to 8 hours)
Dubrovnik Boat Tour-All Day ( Elafit Islands) with Quicksilver 675 (8 hours)
Montenegro Full Day Private trip from Dubrovnik (7 to 11 hours)
Dubrovnik Caves Tour (5 hours)
Konavle Folklore Private Tour from Dubrovnik (6 hours)
Private Tour: Montenegro Day Trip from Dubrovnik (10 hours)
Private Tour: Mostar and Kravice Waterfalls Day Trip from Dubrovnik (11 hours)
National Park Krka Private Tour from Dubrovnik (12 hours)
WINE KINGDOM PELJESAC from Dubrovnik (4 to 6 hours)
Our minivan has free WiFi and you will get bottle of water. We have seats for max. 8 persons, we can also provide child seats and boosters. You just need to inform us during reservation how many child or baby seats/boosters you require. It is are free of charge for our clients.We have comfortable, safe vehicles of the latest generations. Capacity...Read more
Experience the hidden beauty of the Elaphite Islands on a private cruise from Dubrovnik. Set sail aboard a luxury speedboat and explore the beaches, bays, caves and restaurants of Sipan, Kolocep and Lopud islands. Your itinerary is fully customizable so you could head to the sandy Sunj beach on Lopud, visit Skocibuha castle on Sipan, Bowa...Read more
The Elaphiti Islands are an archipelago of 13 larger and smaller islands, situated slightly northwest of Dubrovnik. There are two theories about how they got their name. The first one says it comes from the word “elaphite” which is a Greek word for deer, as the arrangement of the islands’ reefs, bays,...Read more
Caves Tour will take you to the most beautiful places on Elaphite Islands. Our first stop is the Blue cave on Kolo-ep island. The boat is equipped with snorkeling equipment so you can enjoy underwater beauty and enter inside of the cave. Exploring stunning nature and beautiful blue colors will leave no one indifferent.
The Konavle Valley with its thirty villages, well known for its beautiful landscape, elegant national costumes and embroideries has carefully preserved its traditions and customs passed down through...Read more
Explore the amazing Bay of Kotor regarded as the southernmost fjord in Europe. Admire wonderful panoramic views of the Bay by stopping at the Verige village to stretch your legs and to enjoy a photo session. Continue to explore local Roman settlements of Perast without feeling rushed. Take a lovely boat cruise to Our Lady of Rocks island to...Read more
Explore the history and architecture of UNESCO listed medieval city of Mostar and Pocitelj town on this private tour from Dubrovnik. Learn about the influence of Ottoman Empire in Bosnia and Herzegovina and discover the Mostar's Old Bridge ancient mosque in Pocitelj. Relax and refresh yourself at Kravice waterfalls with the possibility to dip...Read more
WHO ARE WE We research, design and develop unique travel programs. Our experience and knowledge, as well as our passion for our homeland, enriches travelers' experience in Croatia. We are travel specialists in custom-designed tours for small and large groups to Croatia & neighboring countries. We are a tourist agency, with over...Read more
A private-tour of Montenegro with an English-speaking driver/guide including stops in Budva, Kotor, Sveti Stefan, and Perast. Starting from Dubrovnik, this one-day trip takes you to all of Montenegro's most famous sparkling coastal...Read more
This full day private tour can be adjusted to your needs and wishes, it is totally custom made so you can enjoy the day the way you like it. On this tour you will visit Mostar but can also visit some other places like Po-itelj, Blagaj, Kravice waterfalls or Ston. This tour is full of history which you can discover along the...Read more
While in Dubrovnik, head to another country for the day to see the best of Bosnia and Herzegovina on a guided day trip. Stop in Neum, Bosnia’s only coastal town, and then continue on to UNESCO-protected Po-itelj, which boasts beautiful historical sites. Later, head to Medjugorje, the place where, in 1981, six children saw an apparition of the...Read more
Mostar is the capital of Herzegovina region. It is situated in a valley completely surrounded by mountains. Its unique history attracts millions of tourists who visit Mostar every year. The city is divided in two parts by the river Neretva – one being mainly under the western influence, and the other under the oriental one. These two cultures...Read more