Discover the 'real' Croatia with Outdoor Croatia

Croatia is well-known for its beautiful coastline and islands. But it’s so much more than a fly-and-flop destination and we would love the opportunity to show your customers what we love about our amazing home country!

Hiking up towering mountains with incredible views, river rafting on turquoise waters, sampling wine in a family vineyard, pedaling through pristine woodland…
There is no one Croatia, every little part has something unique and particular of interest, and we love it all. 


Croatia is a country of atmospheric old towns, protected national parks, fertile vineyards, untouched islands and golden sand beaches. Our Croatian team have an in-depth knowledge of the country. We tailor itineraries that combine those not-to-be-missed highlights with locations off the tourist trail.


The laid-back, welcoming, landlocked capital of Croatia. Zagreb is a charming city rich in history and culture. Plitvice Lakes and Mt Medvednica are easily accessible for outdoor activities.

Istrian Peninsula

The Tuscany of Croatia! An enchanting region of ancient hilltowns, olive farms, coastal villages and excellent restaurants. Great for food and wine tours.

Plitvice Lakes

One of the world's most beautiful nature reserves. A UNESCO Heritage Site, well known for its pristine forests, stunning waterfalls, and turquoise lakes. Offers an abundance of walking opportunities.


The pearl of the Adriatic, and the most visited city in Croatia. Dubrovnik's historic walls became not only the symbol of the city, but the symbol of the country. Nature, adventure, history, culture - Dubrovnik has it all!


Croatia's second city, Split boasts an enviable location between the Adriatic Sea and the mountains. It's known for its Venetian and Roman architecture and magnificent waterfront.


The queen of the Croatian Dalmatian islands, Hvar is known for its natural beauty, picturesque villages, lavender fields and great nightlife. It’s no surprise that Hvar is one of Croatia’s most popular islands.

Elaphite Islands

An archipelago of 14 islands, easily accessible from Dubrovnik. Blessed with lush woodland and distinctive white-red rocks they are great for walking, cycling and sea-kayaking.


The agricultural region of Croatia, known for producing amazing food and wine. Also rich in medieval history and is dotted with castles and forts. Untouched by mass tourism.


Located on the Dalmatian coast, Zadar’s old town is like an open-air museum with its pedestrian-only cobbled streets and impressive Roman ruins.

Gorski Kotar

Gorski Kotar means ‘mountainous country’ and the region, which is covered in forest, has been nicknamed ‘Croatian Switzerland’. It’s perfect for outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, rafting, horseriding & speleological tours.


Croatia’s Lika region is home to the popular Plitvice Lakes National Park. However, it’s a vast area and there are plenty of less-visited but equally picturesque spots for kayaking, rafting and trekking.


Located on the border between Slovenia and Hungary, Zagorje is a landscape of rolling green hills, dotted with villages and castles. It offers beautiful hiking opportunities and is also well known for its wine production.