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The offer of $1 deposits to secure an Intrepid Travel small group adventure applies to bookings made January 13 at 12:00am EST - January 30, 2020 at 11:59pm EST and is valid on trips departing February 15 December 31, 2020. The $1 deposit offer is ONLY available to customers booking in the following currencies: USD and CAD. The $1 deposit can be paid towards any Intrepid Travel small group adventure with the following exclusions: Polar trips - includes all itineraries in the Arctic and Antarctic, Tailor-Made Experiences, Inca trail and Gorilla permit trips, Expedition style trips, Adventure Cruises operated by Variety, selected Patagonia trips and the Okavango Delta Fly-In Safari (UUAO). Excluded Gorilla Treks: Pre-purchased permits are required to secure the trek to see the Gorillas. Excluded trips are: YXOG, YXOCC, UXODC, YXOEC, YXOIC, YXOGC, YXOFC, UBODC, YGSU, YGSGC, YGAR, YGAG, YGAU, UBODC. Excluded Inca Trail trips - Pre-purchased permits are required to secure the trek. Excluded trips are: GGBL, GGBNC, GGBPC, GGBTC, GGBWC, GGBZC, GGCLC, GGCRC, GGHC-O, GGKIC, GGKY, GGOA, GGSA, GGSAC, GGSEC, GGSFC, GGSQ, GGSTC, GGSUC, GGTA, GGTBC, GGXT, GGXTC, GGYP, GGYM, GGYBC, GGYQC, GGYA, GGYC, GGYDC, GGYE, GGYEC, GGYCC. Excluded Select Patagonia trips - Internal flights are pre-purchased to secure the trip: Excluded trips are: GPTV, GPTU, GGCB, GGSJ. Full payment is required at least 56 days prior to travel and 90 days prior to travel for Adventure Cruise departures. If booking and traveling with less than 56 days to go until departure, full payment is needed at the time of booking. If the customer wishes to cancel and rebook or to change dates or tours outside the promotional period, they will be required to pay the full deposit towards the new trip. The offer can be applied to new bookings only. Under no circumstances will the offer be applied to existing bookings. There will be no extensions to the booking, travel or payment periods. The offer applies to the tour price only and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or discount. Prices, itineraries and inclusions are subject to change without notice. The trip is subject to availability and confirmation by Intrepid Travel at time of booking.
Cruise Croatia on a chilled-out adventure past the Adriatic Sea's hidden highlights and secluded islands. Spend 15-days on board the Lupus Mare, taking in the spectacular ocean views and island vistas along with the offbeat sights the big ships don't see. Discover the underground military cave system on Vis built under Yugoslav occupation, and the near-empty beaches of Lastovo. Explore the trails that run through lush Mljet National Park, as well as the famed walls of Dubrovnik's Old City. See the romantic and evocative Old Town of Korcula, and board wooden boats and stop in at Mostar - a town situated in a beautiful valley in the high mountains. With all the comforts you need to sit back and relax, it's all pretty cruisy from here.
Day 1: Split
Dobro Dosli! Welcome to Croatia. Croatia has a perfect mix for the curious traveller – sunshine, sand and scenery, the chic cities of the glittering Adriatic coast, and charming cobblestone towns. Board the vessel in the late afternoon – for the exact time please speak to your agent or Peregrine representative before your trip begins. After a safety briefing, settle into your cabin and then enjoy a welcome dinner on board, with the night spent at port.
Day 2: Vis
Set off early and cruise towards Vis. Along the way, get you first taste of relaxed island life with a swim stop. Take a dip in refreshing Adriatic Sea, then continue to Vis. In 1944, the island was declared a military zone and foreigners were barred until 1989. Because of this isolation, Vis has retained its charm and laidback lifestyle. Go ashore and enjoy a walking tour through Vis town, taking in sights of faded 17th-century houses. Enjoy a free afternoon and evening in town. Perhaps embrace island life further and enjoy a seafood dinner at one of the many restaurants with ocean views.
Day 3: Blue Cave – Vis
Sail today for Bisevo Island. At an unassuming cave entrance, transfer to small boats and cruise inside the illuminated grotto. Sunlight reacts with the limestone in the cave to create a bright blue glow inside the cave. Return to Vis and dock in Komiza. In the afternoon head underground for a tour of the tunnels that lie beneath the picturesque Croatian island. The tunnel system is left over from Vis’ time as a Yugoslav military zone. Your evening is free for you to do as you please in Komiza. As the ship is docked in Vis town, complimentary transport will be provided this evening to return.
Day 4: Lastovo
Arrive early at Lastovo Island and shake off the sleep with a refreshing swim. Despite be just as beautiful, Lastovo fails to draw the tourism crowds (and dollars) that many of Croatia’s other islands enjoy. With an ageing population of fewer than 1000 people, spending time and money in Lastovo is directly beneficial to the locals. Today, enjoy a wine tasting and nibble on local delicacies at one such local winery. The rest of your day is totally open, so maybe grab a towel and book and relax on one of the island’s many pristine beaches.
Day 5: Miljet
Cruise to Mljet, perhaps stopping for a swim en route. Explore the karst valleys, inky blue lakes and pine forests of Mljet National Park. Discover the ruins of an Illyrian fortification, a Roman palace and a fifth-century church among nature. The vessel will be docked overnight at Pomena, a small harbour village on the western side of Mljet. As night falls, enjoy a performance from an acapella group on board. Dinner tonight will be a barbecue of local produce on deck, the perfect place to do some stargazing with a drink in hand.
Day 6: Slano
Cruise to Slano, arriving around midday. Disembark and transfer by coach to Ston. Visit the vast salt fields framed by mountains on the traditional Adriatic Sea salt farms. Continue to Mali Ston, famed for its oyster beds. These oyster farms supply restaurants throughout the region, meaning you may have already tried some of these succulent beauties during your trip. Spend the evening at port in Slano. Enjoy a Captain’s dinner tonight on board.
Day 7: Dubrovnik
Cruise to Dubrovnik, stopping for a dip en route. Dock and transfer to the Old Town. Take a tour of the city walls, following the famous fortifications with a local guide to explain their history. Enjoy a free afternoon and evening in Dubrovnik. The main pedestrian promenade, once a shallow sea channel, is now paved with glistening white limestone, in stark contrast to the warm red terracotta roofs. It is hard to imagine a more beautiful city.
Day 8: Dubrovnik
Wake up in Dubrovnik, with the day free for you to explore at your own pace. You may like to revisit the Old Town or simply find a beach to pull up a towel and spend the day swimming and sunbaking – it’s up to you! Later in the afternoon, board the ship and join your crew on welcoming any new travellers who may be accompanying you on the next stage of your adventure. You will have another briefing on board, usually around 5 pm, to detail what’s to come. Enjoy a welcome drink and dinner as the sun sets on another day.
Day 9: Korcula
After breakfast, set sail for Korcula, the birthplace of Marco Polo, with lunch on board and, if time permits, a quick swim stop on your way. In the afternoon, embark on an orientation walk before enjoying an evening to explore at your own pace. If you're hungry, your leader can assist with dinner recommendations.
Day 10: Korcula – Opuzen
Depart for Opuzen, enjoying breakfast on board and a mid-morning swim stop in beautiful clear turquoise waters near the small island of Badija, then continue on to Trpani. Transfer to Matusko winery for a tour of the vineyard and a tasting, before returning to the ship and sailing up the River Neretva to Opuzen. Tonight, enjoy a deck barbecue on board.
Day 11: Mostar
Embrace an early start this morning to make your way to Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina by minibus. Take a guided walk through the town, visiting a workshop specialising in traditional coffee sets and copper wall carvings on the way and enjoy some free time to explore the town and have lunch at your leisure. Return to Opuzen in the early afternoon when you will jump into small wooden boats for a leisurely cruise through the surrounding wetlands (with local snacks and music on board). End up at a beautiful local restaurant overlooking the water for Peka lamb and other local dishes. Board the boats to return to Opuzen. Tonight, you may want to venture out to one of the friendly bars around the town square to meet the locals over a beer or two.
Day 12: Hvar
Sail into Jelsa on the island of Hvar and take a private transfer to a local farm for local produce tasting and a walk through the nearby lavender fields, then drive to Hvar town. Explore on a walk with your leader before continuing on to Starigrad in the evening.
Day 13: Hvar – Split
Spend the morning sailing, arriving in Split in the early afternoon. You will meet a local guide who will take you on a walk around Split, then the afternoon is yours to enjoy some free time to explore the beautiful laneways and squares of the old city.
Day 14: Split – Krka National Park
After a leisurely breakfast on board, head out with some more time to explore the Split’s old city. After lunch, return to the boat ready to take your private bus transfer to Krka National Park. Here you will board a small boat for some cruising and exploring within the park. The park spans two thirds of the Krka River, and some 142 square kilometres. Visit some of the gorgeous waterfalls for which this park is renowned, stopping for a refreshing swim or two along the way. Afterwards, return by bus to Split, in time for a captain's dinner for your evening repast.
Day 15: Split
Your small ship adventure cruise along the Dalmatian coast ends after breakfast this morning. Should you require a transfer to Split International Airport, please enquire with your booking agent prior to travel or your group leader during your trip.
- Swim stop
- Blue Cave Boat trip
- Vis Underground tunnel tour
- Swim stop
- Swim stop
- Miljet National Park vist
- Deck BBQ dinner
- Slano 1/2 day tour
- Swim stop
- City Walls Walk Dubrovnik
- Korcula orientation walk
- Matusko winery visit and tasting
- Boat trip on the River Neretva with local snacks
- Hvar Hiking Options
- Lavender farm visit
- Split Guided Tour
- Krka National Park waterfalls & swim stop
14 Breakfast(s) Included
10 Lunch(es) Included
8 Dinner(s) Included
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Larus our tour guide did an excellent job and was very attentive to our needs. He is very knowledgeable and has a great sense of humor.
Our guide Tarang chandola was exceptional. Courteous, knowledgeable, organized, polite, professional and went above and beyond taking care of our needs and requests offen anticipating what that might be. He made sure we all had the best possible time and offered suggestions to meet the needs of everyone on the tour. This made the trip even more enjoyable.