Private Tours Croatia

Choose a multi-day private tour from our Croatia tour packages selection

or contact us and suggest your own private Croatia itinerary.

Check out our private tours in croatia and the region

Planning a trip to Croatia? Wondering what are the best places to visit in Croatia and the surrounding region?

No worries, we have prepared the best multi-day itineraries and tour packages that cover all the highlights of Croatia and its neighbors.

Create your own Croatia story with us

Our small group tours are all about creating your own experience. Our aim is to make your trip to Croatia unique like no other, based on your suggestions and wishes. Croatia luxury tour or essential? All choices are right on our escorted tours list.

The packages mostly include:

  • Accommodation of your own selection, depending on the preferred luxury level of your trip.

  • Transfers and touring in high class vehicles, depending on the size of the group.

  • Our experienced guidance as well as expert local city guides, that make your small group tours to Croatia an unforgettable experience.

  • Tickets for national parks and museums, as well as additional excursions and experiences that make sure you don’t miss out on anything worth seeing or experiencing on your Croatia trips and explorations.

The price of your tour package will be calculated depending on your tailor- made tour.

Choosing to customize your tour allows you to help us organize your dream trip to Croatia, on your terms. We love the opportunity to use our knowledge, expertise, and experience to design and deliver the perfect and unique private tour Croatia for you.

It is all in details, so we want to hear from you, it is your budget, your bucket list, and your style so we’ll put you in charge. We’ll carefully listen to your preferences and tastes and help you make the most out of your trip to Croatia by choosing accommodation and experiences that perfectly suit you and your budget. Perfect bespoke travel experience would be something to remember for the rest of your life.

If you are having some doubts about planning a trip to Croatia check out our FAQ section below.

What is the best place to start Croatia tours?

The best way to start your Private tour in Croatia would be from some of the major Croatian cities (Zagreb, Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar, Pula) given that all of them are well connected with main European airports.

What are the best private tours of Croatia?

Some of the most popular destinations in Croatia are Zagreb, Split, Dubrovnik, Plitvice lakes National Park, Krka waterfalls,  Rovinj, Opatija, Pula, Dubrovnik, Dalmatian islands, Zadar, Šibenik… All of these destinations are included in our different Private Tours Croatia itineraries.


How to get to Croatia?

Traveling to Croatia from anywhere in Europe is quite easy. Croatia's two major cities are connected by plane with the rest of Europe all year round.

Also From April to October, many airline companies have direct in-season flights from all over Europe to all main Croatian cities. You can find more information on flights to Croatia on the Skyscanner website.

How good are the roads in Croatia?

Croatia is a relatively small country, well connected with great roads, no matter which bigger city you land in. Longer distances between Croatian cities are best traveled by our modern highway called “Dalmatina”.

We can safely say that Dalmatina is one of the best highways in Europe at the moment. No matter what road you take on your trip to Croatia, natural beauties will follow you along the way.

What is the best part of the year for a private tour in Croatia?

May, June, September, and October are the best months for private tours in Croatia. It is late spring and early autumn in those periods in the Mediterranean.
It is perfect because the beaches and the streets are not that crowded like in July or August.

The weather is still pleasant and sunny, so you can still swim or sunbathe without the big crowds and higher summer prices. April and November are usually too cold to go to the beaches, but the weather is still perfect for hiking, biking, or sightseeing.

Is Croatia safe?

Croatia is probably one of the safest countries you will ever visit. All the dangers of big urban areas (such as street theft) of Europe are practically non-existent in Croatia. You can stroll peacefully at any time of day and night in literally any part of the county without any fear whatsoever. Your small-group tour of Croatia will be perfectly safe!

As far as dangers from wildlife are concerned, Croatia's beaches are perfectly safe from dangerous shark species which are practically non-existent.

Is Croatia a mediteranian Country?

Yes, Croatia is the melting pot of the Mediterranean, Balkans, Central and Eastern Europe. You can enjoy all the historical and natural beauties of the Mediterranean as well as the influence of the exotic East and former Yugoslavia.

Countries that border Croatia are Italy, Slovenia, Hungary, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Serbia.

Current Coronavirus situation in Croatia?

For all up to date information on the COVID 19 and vaccine situation in Croatia check out latest official information.

Our small group tours in Croatia have been following the necessary steps in helping to stop the global pandemic. The Safe stay in Croatia label means that we are operating according to the current recommendations of the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) and the Croatian Institute of Public Health. We will make sure your private tour follows all the recommendations and measures of health authorities, to make your stay in Croatia safe. All of our staff have been vaccinated, so you could feel relaxed and healthy on your trip to Croatia.

Is Croatia a part of Schengen and the EU?

Croatia has been a part of the European Union since July 1st, 2013, but still waiting to become a part of Schengen.

Also, Croatia is still using “Kuna” as the national currency, with hopes of becoming a part of the “Eurozone” soon. You can get Kuna in any exchange office on your trip to Croatia.

Is Croatia open to US citizens?

Yes, Croatia is currently open for all tourists who meet the entry requirements. You can keep track of all the entry requirements and get all the fresh info here