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Best of Dalmatia Island Hopping

11 days/10 nights from $2375 per person share twin

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11 days/10 nights from
per person share twin

Best of Dalmatia Island Hopping 
Split - Vis - Split - Supetar - Bol - Jelsa - Hvar - Korčula - Dubrovnik

Take in the best of the South Dalmatian islands on a tailored Island Hopping package with a choice of stopovers to fit your interest and budget. Local assistance takes the worry away and leaves plenty of time to explore the historic destinations first hand.

Deal Includes
✔ Shared airport transfer Day 1 & 11
✔ 10 Breakfasts (B)
 Shared transfers hotels - ferry ports
 10 Nights in 3* & 4* hotels
 Excursion to Biševo day 3
 Catamaran & Ferry Services, Split - Vis return, Split - Brač, Brač - Hvar, Hvar - Korčula & Korčula - Dubrovnik

Best of Dalmatia Island Hopping
From $2375 per adult share twin
Travel: 01 May 22 - 08 May 22, 01 Oct 22 - 03 Oct 22
From $2540 per adult share twin
Travel: 09 May 22 - 22 May 22, 26 Sep 22 - 30 Sep 22
From $2630 per adult share twin
Travel: 23 May 22 - 25 May 22, 19 Sep 22 - 25 Sep 22
From $2725 per adult share twin
Travel: 26 May 22 - 08 Jun 22, 15 Sep 22 - 18 Sep 22
From $3195 per adult share twin
Travel: 09 Jun 22 - 26 Jun 22, 06 Sep 22 - 14 Sep 22
From $3325 per adult share twin
Travel: 27 Jun 22 - 05 Sep 22


Best Dalmatian-Map


Day 1: SPLIT

Arrive at Split Airport and shared transfer to your hotel in Split for an overnight stay.

Day 2: SPLIT - VIS

After breakfast at the hotel, take the late morning catamaran over to the Island of Vis, the furthest inhabited island on the Croatia’s Adriatic. The home of regattas, fishermen and sailors, Vis is untouched, having been off public limits for the better part of the 20th century, when it served as a naval base. Wander to find your own secluded beach in one of the picturesque bays surrounding the town of Vis and spend the rest of the day under the sun and by the sea. Overnight stay in Vis. (B)

Day 3: VIS

On the neighbouring Island of Biševo, the Blue Cave is a beautiful natural phenomenon where blue light fills in the entire cave at a certain time of the day. It is one of those unique places where you have to take a small boat and enter inside to find yourself fully immersed in a completely stunning moment of nature. Join an excursion to Biševo Island to enjoy the Blue Cave and the surrounding crystal-clear Adriatic, or stick around the Island of Vis, discovering its naval heritage, fishermen towns like Komiža, unique wines or the stunningly preserved nature. In the event that the visit to Biševo is not possible due to weather conditions, an alternative service will be made available. Overnight in Vis. (B)


After breakfast, lounge around the town of Vis. Have another swim or perhaps pop into the town’s Archaeological museum and delve deeper into the island’s history, stretching back well over 2,000 years to the times when the Greek colony Issa was established here, the first in the region. Early in the afternoon, hop on the catamaran and return to Split. Enjoy a late day glass of wine somewhere along the famed waterfront of Split, called Riva, where locals flock all day long to see and be seen. Overnight in Split. (B)


Enjoy breakfast, followed by a morning at leisure to explore the lively city of Split on your own. Dalmatia’s largest coastal city bustles and buzzes, as it grows more and more popular among travellers for its easy-going spirit, creative food and shopping scene, and of course, remarkable heritage. Its city centre, Diocletian Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, was once the Roman Emperor’s retirement estate and today houses 3,000 people. Later in the day, take the ferry from Split to Supetar on the neighbouring Brač Island. Stay overnight in one of the beautiful villages on Brač, Bol, Supetar or Postira. (B)


One of the main trademarks of the stunning Brač Island is the golden beach of Zlatni Rat. Featured in every Croatia brochure, this heavenly patch of sand and pebbles dances to the wind, stirring its shape to the continuous play of waves and currents. Super popular, Zlatni Rat is known for great beach time, whether you’re into sunbathing and swimming, or adrenaline ridden activities like windsurfing. Enjoy the beach and the morning to yourself, then stroll around the adjacent town of Bol, the oldest settlement on Brač. In the afternoon, hop on a catamaran to Jelsa on the Island of Hvar. Transfer to your hotel in the town of Hvar for overnight stay. (B)

Day 7: HVAR

The Island of Hvar is known for its purple lavender fields, oil production, potent red wines from the steep vineyards, and enjoying the status of Croatia’s sunniest island. Glitzy jet set scene along the starlit waterfronts of Hvar Town is so often featured in national and international summer media. In your morning walking tour, explore the island’s prime gem and its most trendy destination, the town of Hvar. With the oldest theatre in Europe and long tradition of organised tourism, the heritage of Hvar extends far beyond the popular party scene. Enjoy the rest of the day at leisure and spend the night at a hotel in Hvar. (B)


Enjoy breakfast at the hotel and some time on your own. Hvar Island is known for diverse opportunities, from bustling squares of Hvar Town, to the serene waterfront of Jelsa, the bridges of Vrboska and vineyards of Ivan Dolac, so expect time to fly. In the afternoon, bid farewell to Hvar and hop on a ferry or catamaran, which will take you to the neighbouring Island of Korčula. Arrive in the evening and enjoy an overnight stay in Korčula. (B)


The far south of Croatia holds many gems. You’ll know Korčula was at one time a Venetian stronghold as soon as you lay your eyes on the many lion statues which lurk at you from the town’s facades and gates, intertwined with some of the most outstanding stonework you will get to see anywhere on the Adriatic coast. Stroll the narrow, curved streets, marvel at beautiful churches and magnificent palaces in one of the best preserved medieval towns in the Mediterranean. Early in the afternoon, take a ferry or catamaran to Dubrovnik, which once successfully rivalled the Venetian Republic. Arrival to Dubrovnik for an overnight stay. (B)


Enjoy breakfast at the hotel, followed by a day to discover one of Croatia’s southernmost towns on your own. Wander around Dubrovnik Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Medieval times still linger around the corners of its stone streets, while Baroque plays a symphony on its palace facades. From the Franciscan Monastery and Church of St Blaise to the Rector’s Palace, a stroll around Dubrovnik is filled with jaw-dropping sights. Don’t miss a round on the city walls for a fresh perspective and then top it all off with a ride on the cable car and the breathtaking panoramas from Mount Srđ. Overnight in Dubrovnik. (B)


Following breakfast at the hotel, shared transfer to Dubrovnik Airport or another Dubrovnik hotel. (B)

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Travel is valid for 2022. A non-refundable non-transferable deposit is required on booking. Subject to availability at time of booking and may be withdrawn at any time. Prices are in NZ dollars for cash or eftpos purchase only. Valid for new bookings only. Amendment & cancellation fees may apply. Airfares are additional. Contact House of Travel on 0800 713 715 for more information and the best airfare to match your holiday. Prices, accommodation and services are subject to availability and will be confirmed at the time of booking. Package can be tailored to client’s specific requirements. 

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