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Ship: Karizma

Flag: Croatian
Nationality of Officers: European
Nationality of Crew: European
No. of Crew: 7
Official Language:English
Passenger Capacity: 41
Ship Speed: 12 knots
Length: 48 m
Beam: 9 m

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Dubrovnik to Zadar on Karizma

Dubrovnik, Mljet, Korcula, Hvar, Split, Trogir and Zadar aboard Karizma

CRUISE HIGHLIGHTS: 8 sightseeing tours, 3 National parks , delightful local cuisine, great swimming spots en route 

Sightseeing Tours Included:
National Park Mljet
National Park Krka
National Park Kornati

Day 1, Dubrovnik
Arrive in Gruz port in Dubrovnik for embarkation. Meet your fellow travelers and your cruise manager at onboard welcome reception. Evening time to relax and explore Dubrovnik on your own pace. Overnight stay in Dubrovnik. (WR)

Day 2, Dubrovnik – Mljet – Korcula
Join us for a morning tour of Dubrovnik, known as Pearl of Adriatic, enlisted as UNESCO’s World Heritage Site. You will explore all the treasures of this worldwide famous Mediterranean city including inside visits to Rector`s Palace and Franciscan Monastery known for having one of the oldest pharmacies in the world. Our next destination is Mljet National park situated on the western forested part of the island. Abounding in five types of forests, lush Mediterranean vegetation, many species of birds including eagles, Mljet is a true paradise. Take a stroll through the National park, take a swim in two sea water lakes and take a local boat ride to the neighbouring St. Mary`s island. Late afternoon we will continue to Korcula, the acclaimed birthplace of the famous explorer Marco Polo.
Enjoy dinner on board. (B,L,D)

Day 3, Korcula – Hvar
After breakfast, join us for a guided tour of Korcula town. You will walk through narrow, shady, cobbled streets having an opportunity to visit the majestic 15th century Gothic-Baroque Cathedral of St Mark on Korcula`s main square. We will then continue our sailing towards the island of Hvar by stopping en route for a swim break. Hvar island, also known as Croatian Madeira, is the sunniest island on the Adriatic. Enjoy our sightseeing tour of Hvar town which includes the oldest public theatre in Europe, the Franciscan Monastery and other historic attractions. Evening in Hvar is free for you to explore local restaurants, shops, cafes and stroll the beautiful Hvar promenade.
Overnight stay in Hvar. (B,L)

Note: Due to the limited capacity of the Hvar harbor (during peak season in July and August) port of call can be substituted for Stari Grad/Jelsa. In that case transfer by bus will be organized to and from Hvar.

Day 4, Hvar – Bol – Split
Today we will continue to Bol on Brac Island, said to have the most beautiful beach in Croatia. We will stop for a swim at the famous beach area known as Zlatni Rat (Golden Horn). This golden pebble beach is some 530 meter long and is quite unique for its shape which changes depending on the winds. Our next destination is Split, the capital of Dalmatia. In Split, join us for a guided tour of the historic inner city enlisted in the UNESCO World Heritage and built around and inside the Roman Emperor Diocletian‘s Palace. The Palace itself is a huge complex from which medieval Split later developed including all the adjacent buildings that were built after the Roman times. Evening and dinner at your leisure.
Overnight stay in Split. (B,L)

Day 5, Split – Trogir – Sibenik
Trogir is a UNESCO “town museum”; a true stone gem built on a picturesque islet which has preserved its 13th and 14th century old urban nucleus with all the features of the typical Mediterranean architecture. You will have free time in Trogir to stroll its ancient streets. After lunch we will sail to Sibenik with weather permitting stop for swimming. Enjoy your evening at leisure in Sibenik, a historic Dalmatian time which in the past was a seat of the Croatian King Petar Kresimir. Explore the Cathedral of St. James which is under UNESCO heritage list and find your restaurant in the old town area.
Overnight stay in Sibenik. (B,L)

Day 6, Sibenik –National Park Krka - National Park -Kornati - Sali
Morning departure to Krka River National park to admire great waterfalls, cascades and rapids created by this magnificent river. Enjoy your lunch onboard while sailing further north towards Kornati Islands. This National park consists of numerous islands and islets of exceptional beauty, small fishing villages and picturesque shores which attract sea lovers from all over the world. Deforested by the Venetians, the islands are full of silvery-white limestone hills patterned by miles of stone walls, sparse vegetation, and occasional ancient churches or abandoned buildings. There may be a clump of houses or fishing boats in a bay here and there, but for the most part, the islands are uninhabited. Tonight, enjoy a Captain's dinner on board.
Arrive in the fishing village called Sali to stay overnight. (B,L, D)

Day 7, Sali – Zadar
We will today visit Zadar. En route we will stop for swimming and have lunch onboard. In the late afternoon join our guided tour of Zadar. Zadar’s historic center is a compact pedestrian zone, perfect to explore on foot and admire defensive walls built in 16th century by Venetians as a defense from Turks. You will see 16th century Port Gate where Venetian lion (symbol of Venice) still guards the entrance, Square of the 5 Wells, Church of St. Donat, Roman Forum (1st century BC) and the biggest Cathedral in Dalmatia - St. Anastasia Cathedral.
Overnight stay in Zadar and free evening for you to explore local shops, cafes and find your restaurant. (B,L)

Day 8, Zadar
Disembarkation after breakfast. Transfer to Zadar or Split airport for your flight home or join our post cruise trip to Italy. (B)

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