Hiking in Croatia has its beginnings within organized mountaineering. Back in 1874. Croats were also ninth in the world that had their own mountaineering club. The second period of mountaineering began in 1948. That year was the mountaineering association “Zagreb” formed. Which was swiftly followed by a number of other associations. Mountains are becoming more accessible due to road construction, cars, homes and trails. In Croatia, there are about 20,000 hikers.
Spend at least a day hiking in Croatia
Most of the mountains for hiking in Croatia belong to the Dinara Mountains (from the Slovenian and Montenegrin border). Therefore to a lesser extent, to the eastern continuation of the Alps and the rest of the old Oriental mainland. Up between the rivers Sava and Drava. The mountains are not high. Hence Croatia is the only country in south-eastern Europe without a peak higher than 2000 meters.
Things & Activities
An eight-day trip packed with action. This Croatia Active Trip puts you in a kayak, raft, or bike and in trekking shoes and takes you to 2 national parks, 4 rivers, 2 islands, 1 lake, and 1 mountain.
Spend four days on this Dubrovnik sailing adventure and you will love it. While sailing around the most spectacular coastline in Europe. You will discover tiny islands, Croatia’s most beautiful green islands hidden in the sparkling blue Adriatic, while traveling aboard our catamaran.
This Cycling Croatian National Parks tour will take you to Croatia’s inland mountain region. The five national parks you will visit are: Risnjak, North Velebit, Plitvice Lakes, Paklenica and Krka River.
This national parks Croatia hiking holiday provides an unforgettable adventure. A combination of hiking through national parks, scenery and cultural immersion make it a unique experience.
The Best Multi-Country Combo trip packs in the experience of different cultures, food and sceneries from Bosnia & Hercegovina across to Montenegro. You will cross the Balkan corner on foot and experience the wild side of both countries.
You’ll get to know local people, enjoy local food, explore local customs and above all, have a good time. If you don’t feel like kayaking or cycling, you can opt to stay in town, at the villa house or at one of the nice beaches around us.