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Croatia - KL2 Southern Explorer Cruise - 8 Nights - Sep & Oct.19

Croatia - KL2 Southern Explorer Cruise - 8 Nights - Sep & Oct.19

Split, Croatia

From: R 14,024.00
Per Person Sharing
  • Prices

    From: R 14,024.00 Per Person Sharing
  • Trip Reference

  • Flights

    No Flights Included
  • Duration

    8 Nights
  • Valid From

    28th of September 2019 (Saturday)
  • Valid To

    19th of October 2019 (Saturday)
  • Expires

    29th of June 2019 (Saturday)
  • Need Visa's

    South Africa: Yes
    British: No
    European Union: No
    American: No
Quick Holiday Overview

Explore stunning Dalmatian islands and coastline, while spending your mornings admiring the spectacular scenery, enjoying swimming in the crystal clear Adriatic Sea and your afternoons and evenings exploring old historical towns or having fun until the early morning hours.

Cruise the Amazing Dalmation Coast in late Summer!
The Dalmatian Coast of Croatia on the Adriatic Sea is regarded as one of the most beautiful in the world. Enjoy a relaxed atmosphere while cruising from one island to another, stopping for swimming, snorkelling or sunbathing before arriving in picture perfect medieval villages and towns. There is time to mingle with the locals and evenings are free to visit some of the many restaurants and cafes enroute.

About the Holiday


Departures Saturdays from Split harbour: at 13h00/ check in from 11h00 till 12h00 and check-out till 9h00

Departure from Split harbour southwards towards Makarska. Lunch is served as we cruise along the Dalmatian coast. Feeling adventurous There is an afternoon swim stop in one of the bays. Then join our optional river rafting excursion or zip line on the Cetina River. Meet back on the ship in Makarska in the evening. Stroll the waterfront with its wide promenade, a pathway out to a lighthouse and some cool bars. The main square is home to an impressive church and other monuments.

Early morning departure towards the island of Mljet. On the way, we stop to swim on Peljesac. Part of Mljet Island is a National Park and in the afternoon, we visit the seawater lakes then cross to the peaceful, tiny St Mary's island in the middle of the large lake to visit the church and the monastery. Walk or hire a bike to continue around these stunning lakes.

After breakfast, depart for Dubrovnik, the most famous place in Croatia and, for many, the highlight of this cruise. The Irish writer George Bernard Shaw called Dubrovnik heaven on earth and we pass a beautiful stretch of coast on our way there. After arrival, you can explore on your own or join our guided city tour (included for Premium and Prem. Superior) followed by an optional cable car ride up to Sr mountain for spectacular views of the old town. Don't miss STRADUN - both a street and a square in the old town and try to find time to walk at least part of the, 1,940 m long city walls which have protected Dubrovnik during earthquakes and attacks.

Late morning departure towards the island of Sipan or the small town of Trstenik on the Peljesac peninsula. Gorgeous spots for an afternoon swim and we spend the night here. There is usually the possibility to visit a local winery. Later we enjoy the special Captain's dinner on board.

After breakfast, we depart for the island of Korcula, one of the famous islands in the Dubrovnik region. It is the birthplace of famous explorer MARCO POLO. Lunch on board in a bay near Korula town then we continue, arriving in the afternoon. The encircling walls and bastions of Korcula town date back to the 13th century and there are some lovely churches and museums. Join the optional sightseeing of Korcula town (included on Prem.Sup.) with wine and local appetizer tasting at a local winery before dining in one of the numerous seafront restaurants or konobas on your own.

Early departure towards the Paklinski Islands near Hvar (the longest island in the Adriatic) for lunch and a swimming stop. Later, there is an optional afternoon sightseeing of Hvar Town (included on Prem.Sup.), which resembles a film set. The Renaissance cathedral has its original tower and the oldest community theatre in Europe is here, founded in 1612. Hvar Town offers an entertainment extravaganza: clubs and bars that open well into the night together with some excellent restaurants. Don`t forget to buy some island lavender from local stalls.

Our next stop is the island of Brac. The most famous (and most photographed) beach in Dalmatia is Zlatni Rat near Bol (the Golden Horn - a shingle bar that moves and changes shape according to the wind) and it is here that we stop to swim). Bol is a typical fishermen's village that still feels like that despite being a popular spot for visitors. After lunch, we start our journey to Split for our final overnight. We stop at one of the many bays on Brac Island for more swimming. The approach to the Split Riviera is wonderful and we have the best views from on board. On arrival, you can join our guided tour of Split, a monumental city that together with the famous Roman Diocletian's Palace is under UNESCO protection. Split if full of bistros and restaurant serving local specialties. Cool bars too.

An early breakfast before your final goodbyes to new friends and the crew.

Includes & Excludes
  • Return Transfers from airport to hotel and to the port
  • 1 Night pre cruise accommodation at the 3* Slavija Hotel in Split
  • Breakfast daily
  • 7 Nights' accommodation onboard Katarina in a Premium Superior Lower Deck cabin
  • Breakfast & a three course lunch daily
  • A litre of water daily
  • One four course Captain's dinner
  • Three guided tours (Dubrovnik, Korcula & Hvar)
  • Cabin service daily
  • English speaking tour manager onboard
  • Luggage handling
  • Olive oil and wine tasting on board


  • Day 1 - Split - Makarska
  • Day 2 - Makarska - Mljet
  • Day 3 - Mljet - Dubrovnik
  • Day 4 - Dubrovnik - Sipan / Trstenik
  • Day 5 - Sipan / Trstenik - Korcula
  • Day 6 - Korcula - Hvar
  • Day 7 - Hvar (Bol) - Split
  • Day 8 - Split

Please note: Package is based on selected Saturday cruise departures: 28 September and 12 October '19

  • Visitors tax and Port fees are not included (to be paid on the spot) EUR25 per person per week.
  • Visa cost
  • Meals not mentioned
  • Entrance to National Parks (prices vary from EUR 10 - 15 per person depending on season and park).
  • Water Supplement - EUR20 per person per week includes 1, 5 litre of water per person per day - to be paid on the spot.
  • Items of personal nature
Package Conditions:

Book and pay by 15 July May 2018 to qualify for this special offer.  Package is based on selected Saturday departures in September & October '18

The above package is subject to availability at time of reservation. Price is per person sharing. Prices are subject to change in accordance with currency fluctuations and increased airfares. When making a booking enquiry it is important that you are in possession of the correct documentation to travel i.e. visas, inoculation certificates etc. Please check that all names and surnames are spelt exactly as they appear in the relevant passports. Fares, where indicated, are based on low season rates.

Split is the second-largest urban centre in Croatia. The city is situated on the shores of the Mediterranean, more specifically the eastern Adriatic Sea.

Split was founded when Diocletian built his retirement home here in AD 295. Born in nearby Salona, this able soldier went on to rule the Roman Empire for two decades. When the palace was complete, he resigned and withdrew to his native Dalmatia where he spent his final years. When tribes of Avars and Slavs rampaged through the region, the people of Salona took refuge within the abandoned palace, turning it into a town in its own right. By the 11th century, the settlement had expanded beyond the ancient walls.

Split has a Mediterranean climate: hot, dry summers and warm, wet winters. Split is one of the sunniest places in Europe.

Within the palace is Split's Town Museum that recounts the history of Split in a series of drawings, coats of arms, weapons, furniture, coins and documents. Another excellent attraction is Split's Archaeological Museum which contains fascinating artefacts from the Roman and early Christian period. Most interesting are the reliefs based on Illyrian mythical figures.

Split's daily market is a sight worth seeing, whether or not you want to buy anything. Just steps from the ferry wharf and the bus terminal, this busy market is open daily from 7am to 1pm. Not only will you find the best deals on fruit, vegetables, olive oil, local brandies and other edibles and drinkables but there are tables of tools, utensils, clothes, boot, electronic and other odds and ends.

Beside the standard European cuisine present in all restaurants and hotels specialties from the grill and the roasting-spit (lamb, pork, and poultry) are very popular. Some specialties are as follows: the Gavrilovic salami, the Dalmatian smoked ham, salty pilchards, sheep cheese, peppered Slavonian sausages, paprika-flavoured salami, etc. From fish meals the fish stew is very savoury, and in the continental region the peppered fish stew with fresh-water fish is favoured.
Terms and Conditions

Prices are based on per person sharing.
Due to the volatility in the South African currency and the price of fuel affecting the price of air tickets we cannot ensure the accuracy of the price as mentioned. The price was correct at the time of printing on 29 May 2019.

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