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Montenegro Full-Day Trip from Dubrovnik

Get an overview of Montenegro while leaving navigation to your guide on this tour from Dubrovnik. With a full day exploring the Montenegro coast—stopping at medieval islands, walled seaside towns, and Kotor—you visit some of the country’s most charming sites without feeling rushed. The tour includes time for an optional boat ride to Our Lady of the Rocks Island.
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11 hours
from $61.32

Bosnia and Herzegovina Day Trip Including Medjugorje and Mostar

See Bosnia & Herzegovina’s most popular tourist destinations all in one day: this seamless, multi-stop tour from Dubrovnik makes it easy to explore the country’s highlights. Depart in the morning and travel via air-conditioned coach. Explore the medieval fortress town of Pocitelj, Medjugorje (a popular Catholic pilgrimage destination) and Mostar (renowned for its extraordinary, UNESCO-listed bridge).
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11 hours
from $64.92

Private Tour: Montenegro Day Trip from Dubrovnik

Spend the day in an entirely different country—and discover one of the Balkan region’s true gems—when you book this private, full-day tour to Montenegro. Following morning pickup from your Dubrovnik hotel, head across the border in an air-conditioned vehicle. Over the course of the day, visit UNESCO-listed Kotor (home to heritage architecture and Europe’s southernmost fjord), see the Our Lady of the Rocks Church in Perast, soak up the riviera ambiance in walled Budva, and more.
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9 to 11 hours
from $201.38

Private Tour: Kotor in Montenegro Day Trip from Dubrovnik with Optional Perast Visit

Go off-the-beaten-path on this private full-day trip from Dubrovnik to Kotor in Montenegro. Discover the natural and historic beauty of Kotor, wedged between a gulf and tall craggy mountains. Indulge in the beauty of coastal Montenegro on the drive there and then stroll the streets of Kotor, a magical town of red-tiled roofs and medieval architecture. Enjoy lunch (own expense) and then decide on the optional excursion of continue to nearby Perast, a small and pristine town on the Bay of Kotor.
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8 hours
from $181.17

Split Day Trip from Dubrovnik

Ditch Dubrovnik for the day and head to Split, the lovely coastal town 140 miles (229 kilometers) up the coast. After meeting your guide, learn about the history of the area during the three-hour drive. Once in town, take a 1.5-hour walking tour of the city. See incredible sights, like Dioclean's Palace, the Riva promenade, and ancient churches and temples. Take free time to do some sightseeing on your own and perhaps enjoy a meal at a local restaurant.
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13 hours
from $159.35
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Greg C wrote a review Sep 2020
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Really enjoyed it. Kotor and Budva are beautiful. Picked up from the hotel, the driver/guide was very good and knowledgeable, I forgot his name otherwise I would personally praise him. I would recommend the trip. The price of it I thought was fair. 2 hours in each of the above towns is just enough to have a quick look round and visit a few buildings.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Joseph R wrote a review Aug 2020
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The trip was well structured and got to see a variety of places in Montenegro. The driver Joseph and guide Tanya were both really helpful and very informative with regard to the places that we visited. Highly recommendable.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Ioana wrote a review Mar 2020
Washington DC, District of Columbia2 contributions3 helpful votes
I came to Dubrovnik on a solo trip and decided to take this tour based on the good reviews. It was definitely the right decision! Our tour guide, Ivan was so great, he was very professional, was able to answer all of our questions about the cities and the countries, and he gave us great recommendations for restaurants. Our local tour guide, Boian, was also wonderful! Ivan picked up me and the other person on the tour next to the Pile Gate and gave us an introduction. We asked him questions as he drove us to the first destination, then gave us time to walk around each place. Every place we visited was absolutely beautiful, and cities / towns that I otherwise would not have seen. I highly recommend this tour! Although one note, I paid more by booking through Trip Advisor, but the other person on my tour booked directly with the company and paid less than half of what I paid.
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Worldwide Travel wrote a review Mar 2020
Bangkok, Thailand2,517 contributions259 helpful votes
We have been to many day tours in the last few months so we have several reference points to compare, for example a day tour from Costa Rica to Nicaragua, a day tour from Georgia to Armenia, a day tour from Seoul to the Demilitarized zone near North Korea, a day tour from Amman to Petra (Jordan), etc. If there was ever a day tour that clearly deserved a very bad rating, it would be our most recent tour from Dubrovnik Croatia to Montenegro. The company we booked with is called Supertours which are affiliated with GetYourGuide. They are unprofessional, dishonest, and they lied to try to hide the inconveninent truth about their handling of the tour: they cared about themselves, not the tourists. Avoid at all costs! It started on the wrong foot. I waited to book at the last minute because it’s low season so tours are not full and I wanted to know the weather forecast to make sure we would pick the right day. The tour was advertised as starting at 8am and lasting for 11 hours therefore 8am-7pm. A few minutes after I booked I was informed the pick-up time would be 6:40am!? In previous tours we participated in, it has happened that we had an earlier pick-up when our hotel was out of the way because they needed to pick us up first and bring us to a more central point to meet with other travelers going on the trip, which is entirely normal. The problem here is that we were staying at Hilton Dubrovnik which is right in the city center. I asked why pick up so early and they gave me a BS answer that they had to pick up other guests after us and that they wanted to ensure the best experience for all guests, which turned out to be a lie (the schedule was for their own convenience, not for guests). I asked where are those guests in the city, and at what time will they be picked up. They refused to answer several times in a long e-mail exchange during the evening before the tour. I suspected that the driver was picking us up and then driving north to pick up other guests before going back south to Montenegro for the tour, which makes no sense at all. The tour operator did not want to admit it. I got tired of arguing so I asked for a refund because after all I could easily book with another company for the same price, but this greedy company refused the refund, saying their booking conditions were no refund less than 24 hours before the tour. Never mind that they were not honoring their own conditions regarding the start time of 8am not 6:40am so they just use terms & conditions that they like and discard other conditions. We had personal circumstances which meant it was quite inconvenient for us that day to leave before 8am so we preferred another company but no such luck. Their rigid stance on the refund and their BS answers and dodging questions about pick-up times were a sign of things to come. The morning of the tour, the driver was there at 6:40am sharp. We drove north as I suspected to pick up other guests at 6:50am and they were the last guests to be picked up, so the tour was not starting at 8am for anybody. We had to drive back south and by 7am we were back to the approximate location of Hilton hotel (!) and we made our way to the border of Montenegro. The timeline was entirely messed up. Because of the early departure none of the guests could eat breakfast in their hotel restaurant before leaving. We arrived at the first stop in Perast at 8:30am. By then it was too early for most places to be opened and anyway the driver only gave us 30 minutes to spend in the village, so you had to choose to go for a coffee and not walk around the village, or just walk and wait later for breakfast. At 9am sharp we made our way to Kotor. Once we arrived there the driver let us go with a local guide, while he took the 2-hour opportunity to have HIS breakfast, while tour guests had to go with the guide. We did not even have time to go to the toilet – I asked the guide where is the public toilet and the guide went on with the group as if there was any kind of urgency and told us to catch up with him as he was also in a rush and did not want to wait. Once the visit with the guide was over, we were back to the same dilemma as in Perast. Stop somewhere to finally eat and miss visiting the town, or visit and not have time to eat. We rushed to walk up to the church and have a view of the town and went to a restaurant and told the server he had to hurry up. We rushed for lunch to eat in less than 10 minutes. Once back to the meeting point we left exactly 2 hours after we arrived in Kotor. Next stop Budva. At this location there was no guide so the 2 hours was all free time but since we already had something to eat the timing was off again. We arrived in Budva at 11:50am and we were told we’re leaving at 1:50pm sharp. Why the rush again? We were back in Dubronvik at 4pm so in total the tour was far less than the 11 hours advertised – it was more like 8 hours from the time we left Dubrovnik. It felt like the driver had an event to attend that evening which is why they picked a schedule convenient to them not to guests, and made matters worse by refusing the refund, even when the e-mail receipt clearly stated 8am which was not the case at all. All in all the Montenegro tour was not worth it, the three towns we visited are too similar to Dubrovnik so I would recommend going to Mostar in Bosnia instead for a day tour from Dubrovnik. Anyway this company should be avoided at all costs, they care about themselves not the guests, they lied about information on the tour, they are dishonest and not professional. The one positive is that the driver was knowledgeable, spoke good English, and was never late, but part of it is because the tour operator wanted to cut our time short so thumbs down to them. Last but not least, other tours we have participated in had a driver and a guide, but this company cuts corners and we only had a driver who was speaking as he was driving to save their money. The exception to this is we had a different guide when our driver went to his breakfast time in Kotor of course while tour members did not have time to eat LOL This tour company refused to refund us when we caught them pants down about their scheduling tactics and deception, and they created bad will with guests with an unreasonable schedule and rushing guests in all spots along the way. It’s clear where their incentives are: short-term revenues, not guest satisfaction. Do yourself a favor and book with another tour operator at the same price.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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AMM wrote a review Feb 2020
Winnipeg, Canada9 contributions3 helpful votes
I thoroughly enjoyed the trips to the old towns.. Also, climbing up a mountain in Montenegro with about more than a thousand meter elevation can be physically demanding, but the view from the top was worth it, not to mention, feeling a sense of enlightenment once I reached the small chapel on top. It was a once in a lifetime experience.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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