Plitvice Lakes

Plitvice lakes are a natural phenomenon, a jewel of inestimable value. Between Mala kapela and Pljesivica, in the area where the river Korana has its source, there are 16 large and numerous small lakes which are connected by small, medium and large waterfalls after which the river Korana continues its journey to Karlovac. Due to the natural beauty of the waterfalls, cascades, caves and rocks, which offer a beautiful mosaic of colors, sounds and shapes surrounded by high mountain forest terrain, Plitvice lakes and its surroundings were in 1949 declared a National Park, and since 1979 have been under the UNESCO protection.


Mostar, a town in Bosnia and Herzegovina where the north meets the south and the west meets the east, a town where Neretva river divides a cultures and religions over the centuries, where the differences and contrasts can be seen on each corner… UNESCO world heritage site.

The town was developed on the basis of a small antique settlement, the bridge, its towers and today’s oldest parts of Mostar were built by the Turks during Ottoman empire.


Montenegro is a small country of great natural beauty and immense cultural heritage. Boka bay offers the experience of a Nordic look alike fjord. Visit to ancient town of Kotor with the famous St. Tryphon Cathedral as well as the Maritime Museum of Kotor, which preserves the valuable exhibits of old Boka navy.

Wine tour

The fertile green Konavle Valley, connecting Gornja Banda and Donja Banda, is covered with vineyards and orchards. Wine growing has always been a fundamental part of Konavle’s agrarian economy. Even back in the times of the Dubrovnik Republic, great attention was dedicated to the autochthonous variety of Malvasia. Today, the renaissance continues with many plantations renewing the cultivation of this historically valuable varietal in the vineyards of Konavle.

Dubrovnik Panorama

The tour introduces you to the beauty and nature of this wonderful city. We will take you to the three most famous locations, each with the stunning view: the south entrance to the city, the beautiful top of the Srdj hill and the northern entrance to the city – dr. Franjo Tudjman bridge, named after the first Croatian president. Our friendly staff will provide you with the most important information about this beautiful pearl of the Mediterranean to make your arrival and visit to Dubrovnik memorable.


Medjugorje is a unique phenomenon in the modern world, a sacred place which gathers a multitude of pilgrims from all over the world coming to face a God with great faith and to find peace in their souls and hearts… Today it is one of the biggest prayer centre in the world.
Legend of the Medjugorje is one of the most amazing supernatural events of our time. Since 1981, in a small village named Medjugorje in Bosnia-Herzegovina, the Blessed Virgin Mary has been appearing and giving messages to the world. Innumerable witnesses say that, they have found faith and peace at this place.

The Shrine of Medjugorje has three Spiritual zones: the Church, the hill of Virgin Mary appearance and the hill Krizevac. Those sacred places are accessible to the millions of faithful willing to satisfy their spiritual and religious needs.

Ston & Arboretum

Ston is among the first towns in Europe to be built according to a definite urban plan. It is a historical town which at the time of the Dubrovnik Republic had an important strategic role: its salt works were worth a fortune, and the strong defensive walls were a great protection in those turbulent times. After the Chinese wall, they say that this is the longest preserved wall in the world. It is important to mention that the salt work is still working and the salt is still produced the same way it has been produced for the centuries.  Because of its magnificence and a long tradition of oyster and mussel cultivation and fishing, Ston is a favourite tourist destination as well as the gastronomical paradise.

Arboretum Trsteno, as the only arboretum on the Adriatic coast, uniquely combines cultural and natural heritage on the area of 25 ha.  Established by the end of the 15th century as a park and summer residence of the Dubrovnik patrician family Gucetic, it has been protected in 1962 as a monument of garden architecture and a collection of decorative trees and bushes, from both Mediterranean and exotic origin.


Vjetrenica, which means “wind cave” or “blow hole”, is the largest and most important cave in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and one of the most important caves in the Dinaricaric Alps mountain range famous worldwide for its karstic and speleological riches.

Located only 60 km from the town of Dubrovnik, 6500 meters in length, this cave will enchant you with rich wildlife, various lakes and rich prehistoric remains.