Born and raised in Croatia, I got involved in tourism at an early age. In 2009, I started to work as a biking & hiking guide. I guided in Croatia, Montenegro, Turkey, and Greece. When I got married and became the father of twins, I decided to spend more time with my family. Since 2016, I am working in the office. Now I can utilize all my knowledge that I got as a guide to plan your holiday in Croatia.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Custom tours and trips in Croatia. Reservations, documentation, communicating with our guests, graphic design and marketing – all this and much more is what it takes to make our tours an unforgettable experience for our guests, providing them with more than a holiday. "
How did you get involved in travel?
"I went tp a high school specialized in tourism, after that I finished the Faculty of tourism and hospitality management. Since then I have been adding up knowledge until I came to the professional level. The biggest impact of why I am working in the travel industry was when I worked for the Croatia Nacional tourism board on the Travel trade shows all around Europe ( Berlin, Munich, London, Amsterdam). There I helped visitors to plan there holiday in Croatia."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"Many years ago I was traveling in Egypt and Jordan. I experienced Cairo, Luxor, Nile River, Hurghada, Sinai Peninsula, Aqaba, Wadi Rum and Petra. Great experience. Beautiful places. What I will remember the most is the people from all those places that I was traveling to. Always helpful and with a big smile on the face."
Featured trips & expertise
Eleven days is a great introductory trip to Croatia, especially if you focus on multiple cities in a single region like Istria or Dalmatia. You can cover country-wide highlights if you don't mind a fast-paced trip too. Thanks to the international flight options to Zagreb, Split, and Dubrovnik, you can start your trip in the north and work your way south along the coast. Learn more with these inspiring itineraries, below.
A great route to discover Slovenia and Croatia over 16 unforgettable days. Starting in Croatia's dynamic capital, you'll first head into Slovenia to discover charming Ljubljana, the popular Lake Bled and Lake Bohinj, as well as the captivating Soča Valley and Kobarid. Then, continue into the romantic Istrian peninsula discovering the walled hilltop towns and thickly wooded landscape before working your way to stunning Plitvice Lakes and then on to the Dalmatian coast ending your stay in medieval Dubrovnik.
Explore Croatia's top cities and cultural sights on this 10-day Best of Croatia tour. Start in Zagreb, the country's capital, before moving on to explore the Roman ruins, Venetian-style architecture, and medieval hilltop towns of the Istrian Peninsula. After spending a night in stunning Plitvice Lakes National Park, you'll work your way down the Adriatic coast to visit Zadar, Šibenik, and Split, as well as enjoy a fun day of sailing to the quaint island of Šolta.
Set out to explore the hidden gems of Croatia on this extensive two-week itinerary from the romantic vine-covered hills and Venetian-style coastline of Istria to the ancient coastal cities of Dalmatia. From Zagreb, you'll immerse yourself in the Istrian Peninsula exploring medieval hilltop towns, seeking out prized white truffles, and dining on fresh-caught seafood in top-rated restaurants before experiencing the delights of the Dalmatian coast. You'll take in an unforgettable sunset in Zadar, discover cascading waterfalls and emerald-green lakes in Plitvice Lakes, sail in and around the nearly-barren islands of the Kornati, and enjoy views over the Adriatic and historic saltpans from a parapet walkway in Ston.
Ten days is a great introductory trip to Croatia, especially if you focus on a single region like the Dalmatia coast or the Istrian peninsula. You can cover country-wide highlights if you don't mind a fast-paced trip. Thanks to the international flight options to Zagreb, Split, and Dubrovnik, you can start your trip in the north and work your way to the southern coast. Learn more with these impressive itineraries, below.
Five days makes a quick trip to Croatia, but it's enough time to focus on a single region like coastal Dalmatia or Istria in the north. You can cover country-wide highlights if you don't mind a fast pace and flying open-jaw—thanks to the frequency of international flights to both Zagreb and Dubrovnik, you can start your trip in the north and work your way to the southern coast. Learn more with these fun itineraries.