Vrsar: 2-Hour Dolphin Watching Tour including Drinks
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- Duration: 10 days
Embark at the port of Vrsar, and then head north along the water on this cruise. Watch as sunset breaks over the horizon and marvel in the magnificent skyline of Istria. Take in the breathtaking play of light created by the sunset's reflection in the water. Travel to the areas where the dolphins usually swim and admire the impressive marine animals as they play in their natural habitat. From the deck of your boat, relax and soak up the sun while sipping on a drink while enjoying the moment.
nice boat, water was choppy but the ride was nice. saw dolphins at the end of the trip so kids were happy. good value for money.
Explore the Baredine Cave, an underground karst phenomenon, on this 40-minute guided tour. Descend along a 300-meter pathway and reach depths of up to 60 meters. Along the way, admire breathtaking sights such as an underground lake and 5 beautifully-decorated chambers. In the chambers, admire a range of stalactites and stalagmites which come in some interesting shapes and sizes, such as a 10-meter high "curtain", a very realistic sculpture of Our Lady, and the leaning tower of Pisa. During your tour, you will also have the opportunity to get up close and personal with underground animals such as the cave olm.
Board the boat in Vrsar and start the cruise towards Rovinj. Enjoy a complimentary welcome drink and relax as the boat cruises along the sea. Disembark at Rovinj and spend 2-hours exploring the city. After you’ve seen the many beautiful sights of the Rovinj, jump back on board and head to Lim Fjord. At Lim Fjord, you can visit the pirate cave and enjoy a relaxing swim. After 40 minutes at Lim Fjord, head back to Vrsar. The boat trip will come to an end at around 4:30 PM in Vrsar.
First visit the Baredine Cave, a stunning geomorphological karst formation that descends up to 60 meters underground. Walk along a 300-meter pathway and explore 5 chambers, which host a variety of stalactites and stalagmites in a variety of interesting shapes and sizes. During the tour, see an unusual amphibian known as the cave olm (Proteus anguinus), endemic to the caves of the region. Afterward, visit the Traktor Story Exhibition situated next to the Baredine Cave. Learn more about the evolution of farming in the region, from the earliest forms of threshing to the mechanization of agriculture in modern times. See a variety of objects, machines, and numerous preserved photographs and documents which illustrate the history of the area and its people.
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Be collected at your accommodation in Zagreb and drive for approximately three hours to Pula. This is the biggest city and the center of the Istrian peninsula. The city was founded by an ancient tribe in the 10th century B.C. and it was well known by Greek travelers and sailors so is mentioned in many Greek myths. In the 1st century, the Romans made the city strong and today the vivid remains of this era can be explored. Pula Arena is one of the best-preserved amphitheaters in the world and will take you back in time as you imagine gladiators battles. Other examples of Roman architecture to discover are the Temple of Augustus and the gates to the city including the Arch of the Sergii and the gate of Hercules. Continue your journey for 45 minutes to Rovinj. This city was also founded by the Istrian tribes. It was built on a small island close to the mainland and in the 18th was connecte...
Our guide Tanya was friendly, knowledgeable, and so organized. She drove safely.
Parenzana was a narrow gauge railway which connected Trieste with Porec, operating from 1902 until 1935. It was eliminated due to not being profitable and because cheaper and faster road transportation existed. Today the Parenzana route attracts many visitors during the year. With its nine tunnels, six bridges, viaducts and stations the route is ideal for everyone who wants to discover and get to know Istria. Enjoy a hotel pick-up, and then head to Groznjan, a small Istrian town of great cultural heritage, in more recent history known as the “Town of Artists”. Then start your ride along Grožnjan’s narrow and cobbled streets. Continue your route on Parenzana with a beautiful view over the Mirna valley. Through tunnels and bridges, the road will take you to Livade. Then cross the Mirna River to reach the other side of the valley and climb towards Motovun, one of the most popular Istrian ...
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All additional offers from the organizer, such as the gondola ride and the trip on the Grand Canal, were a bit more expensive, but you didn't waste any time on them. On the other hand, you can save yourself lunch. For € 20 you can eat much better in the side streets of San Marco.
Great trip! Price-performance ratio is great. Dean, our tour guide went out of his way to make sure we had a great day. I can fully recommend the tour. Super interesting places, delicious food, delicious drinks and nice people. Thank you Dean for the great day!
Very great trip to Rovinj and the fjord. Especially by the attentive team of the boat, there was a delicious lunch for both meat lovers and vegetarians, there was also fruit and there were unlimited drinks. We would book again anytime! Very nice crew!
From the organization to the support, everything went perfectly. The optional modules were also not advertised as a sales event. All very pleasant. In addition, Venice is really worth a visit.
Great excursion and excellent guidance so we had an unforgettable day in Venice.