The President's Collection 2019 - Croatia

  • June 13 - June 30, 2019
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All Breakfasts, 9 Lunches, 6 Dinners
Walking tour of Opatija, Rovinj, Zadar, Split, Trogir, Dubrovnik, Zagreb, Korcula and Hvar
Pula Arena (Roman Coliseum) 
Plitvice Lakes National Park
Excursion to Kotor, Montenegro
Dubrovnik Cable Car
Plavac Mali Wine Tasting
Truffle Tasting
Bibich Winery Tasting
Traditional Dalmatian Lunch Captain’s Dinner
Farewell Dinner
Seven Night Adriatic Cruise on a Private Yacht

***Please be aware this trip has walking tours (1- 3 kilometres) almost every day with stairs and uneven areas. Passengers need to be able to walk an hour without a rest.***


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$6,195 Double $6,865
$8,150 Single $9,155

Land only, airfares are not yet available but will be included and pricing adjusted at that time.
Additional Port taxes and fees of $90 per person.

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Day 1 Overnight flights to Zagreb, Croatia.

Day 1

Overnight flights to Zagreb, Croatia.

Overnight flights to Zagreb, Croatia.

Day 2 Zagreb to Opatija

Day 2

Zagreb to Opatija

After arriving at the airport in Zagreb, travel to the picturesque, coastal town of Opatija. Rejuvenate with a walking tour and a delicious lunch. After, check into the hotel and then spend the afternoon relaxing or exploring. (L)

Day 3 Opatija to the Istrian Peninsula

Day 3

Opatija to the Istrian Peninsula

From Opatija, enjoy the interesting sights along the Istrian peninsula. Discover the 2000-year-old Roman ruins in Pula and the breathtaking city of Rovinj. End the day with a visit to the village of Livade and sample its scrumptious truffles. (B, T)

Day 4 Opatija to the Plitvice Lakes Area

Day 4

Opatija to the Plitvice Lakes Area

Journey to the awe-inspiring natural wilderness of Plitvice Lakes National Park. Embark on an approximate three-hour tour that features hiking through spectacular scenery including glorious waterfalls connected by 16 lakes, a boat ride across the Emerald Green Lake and a train ride back to the entrance. Enjoy dinner at the hotel restaurant and an overnight stay in the Plitvice area. (B,D)

Day 5 Plitvice to Zadar and then Split

Day 5

Plitvice to Zadar and then Split

Today is all about history, fine food and wine! Start your day with a good breakfast followed by a journey to the city of Zadar known for its Roman and Venetian ruins and the famous Zadar Sea Organs. After Zadar, experience a unique pairing of wine tasting and Croatian Tapas at the famous Bibich Winery. Sample the amazing whites and reds and learn more about local varieties. Then you’re off to Split for an overnight stay. (B, T)

Day 6 Split to Trogir and back to Split

Day 6

Split to Trogir and back to Split

Split, the second-largest city of Croatia, is a mix of old and new architecture built throughout the centuries. View the Diocletian’s Palace built as Roman Emperor Diocletian’s retirement residence. Enjoy lunch at the Tragos restaurant in Trogir featuring traditional dishes. The town of Trogir features an orthogonal or right angles intersections, a castle and tower, palaces and churches, and the 15th century Fortress Kamerlengo. (B, L)

Day 7 Split to Ston to Dubrovnik

Day 7

Split to Ston to Dubrovnik

On your way to Dubrovnik, stop near the town of Ston and visit a local winery. There will be a wine-making presentation, snacks, and tasting of the famous “Plavac Mali” red, a cross between ancestral Zinfandel and Dobricic grapes. You will then travel to Dubrovnik and stay overnight. (B, T, D)

Day 8 Dubrovnik

Day 8


Dubrovnik is one of the world’s most magnificent walled cities with limestone streets and ornate buildings. Enter through one of two gates in this distinctive ancient town and you will cross a stone bridge onto a stone-paved avenue known as Stradun. For a panoramic view, we go for a ride on the Dubrovnik Cable Car. On a clear day you can see up to 60 km. Be sure to enjoy some free time to explore the city and its culture. Walk along the city walls or try some local cuisine. (B)

Day 9 Dubrovnik to Montenegro and back to Dubrovnik

Day 9

Dubrovnik to Montenegro and back to Dubrovnik

A day trip to Montenegro brings new adventures. On the way, you will be delighted by the stunning views of the Boka Bay (Boka kotorska). A short journey from the bay is Kotor, a UNESCO World Heritage site built between the 12th and 14th centuries. A guided walking tour of historical significance is scheduled. (B, D)

Day 10 Dubrovnik - Šipan

Day 10

Dubrovnik - Šipan

Board ship

Departure from Dubrovnik harbour Gruz,  lunch is served as we cruise along the Dalmatian coast. Šipan is a peaceful fishermen's village where there is often a fabulous sunset. Overnight in the port. (B, L)

Day 11 Šipan – Mljet

Day 11

Šipan – Mljet

Let’s go island hopping for some breathtaking views! Lunch on board. Spend the day exploring the Island of Mljet which is home to Mljet National Park. Visit the famous salt water lakes – Veliko and Malo Jezero. Take a boat ride to St. Mary’s Isle. There’s lots to see and do – rent a bicycle, kayak, scooter or convertible car to explore this beautiful island paradise. Overnight in the of port Pola?a or Pomena. (B, L, D)

Day 12 Mljet - Korcula

Day 12

Mljet - Korcula

After breakfast, we depart for the island of Kor?ula, one of the famous islands in the Dubrovnik region. It’s the birthplace of famous explorer MARCO POLO. Lunch on board in a bay near Kor?ula . Upon arriving at the old town of Korcula, you will be led on a guided walking tour of this medieval Mediterranean town. Visit a local pub for some fun or enjoy a gourmet experience at one of the many restaurants. No need to rush, as you will stay overnight in this unique town. (B, L)

Day 13 Korcula - Vis

Day 13

Korcula - Vis

Early in the morning we cruise towards the little island of Biševo and visit the Blue cave, a magnificent natural phenomenon. This portion of the trip is weather dependent.  

Journey to the Island of Vis where for many years it was a private, military headquarters until its closure in 1989. The island and the town of Vis have maintained their old Venetian charm. Sample some exquisite wines at one of the local wineries. Witness the ancient Roman ruins and visit the archaeological museum. Take in the breathtaking views at Villae Rusticae located along the waterfront. Be sure to check out the local cafes and bars. You will stay overnight in the port of Vis. (B, L)

Day 14 Vis - Hvar

Day 14

Vis - Hvar

Start your morning cruising to the tiny island of Š?edro near the island of Hvar where we have time to relax and refresh in the clean, crystal blue sea. Have lunch on board and depart for Hvar.

In the afternoon on a guided tour, explore the town of Hvar - learn more about Hvar’s lavender products and then enjoy a walking tour. Did you know that lavender is harvested directly from local fields? See the oldest community theatre in Europe founded in 1612 and the Renaissance cathedral with its original tower. A short hike up to the town fort rewards you with the most amazing views of your ship and the Pakleni islands. Relax this evening at Hvar’s many restaurants, bars and cafes. Enjoy an overnight in the port. (B, L)

Day 15 Hvar - Bol - Makarska

Day 15

Hvar - Bol - Makarska

We leave Hvar behind and continue our cruise towards the island of Bra?, heading to the town of Bol, best known for its famous Zlatni rat beach (Golden horn), a natural phenomenon that with its distinct shape and form dominates other beaches of Croatia. Directional winds and waves cause the shape of the beach to often change. After the swimming break at the horn we continue towards Makarska with it's Mediterranean feel. During a stroll you will discover numerous churches and other architectural and cultural sites. Overnight in port. (B, L)

Day 16 Makarska – Pu?iš?a – Omiš

Day 16

Makarska – Pu?iš?a – Omiš

Early morning departure as we continue towards Pu?iš?a, a typical Mediterranean place, situated on the northern side of Bra? island at the bottom of a deep bay. This place is home to the world famous white stone of Bra?. There is a possibility of visiting one of the few stone masonry workshops left in Europe. We continue to Omiš, a picturesque town surrounded with steep rocky mountain cliffs, where the river Cetina flows into the Adriatic sea, ideal for river rafting on the streams of the Cetina river. Omis has a famous heritage of piracy! Overnight in port where we will have Captain's dinner on board. (B, L, Captain's Dinner)

Day 17 Split – Zagreb

Day 17

Split – Zagreb

In the morning, you will disembark from the ship at Split and then travel to Zagreb for an afternoon walking tour. Explore Zagreb’s famous monuments and learn more about its rich history. Enjoy this evening’s farewell dinner with the new friends you’ve made during your Croatian vacation with WestWorld Tours. Join us tonight for our Farewell Dinner. (B,D)

Day 18 Transfer to Home Cities

Day 18

Transfer to Home Cities

Transfer to airport for morning departures home.