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Daniela Pinčević

I was born and raised in Croatia, and currently live in the northern countryside. I graduated with a degree in Sociology in Zagreb and was teaching for a short time before I got involved in tourism. Thanks to tourism I experienced Croatia from "top to bottom" and have been to very unique and remote places.

I am the proud mother of two children, a happy wife, and a travel enthusiast.

What places and activities do you specialize in?

"We do tailor-made active and non-active adventure trips with a cultural touch. Multi-sport, hiking, kayaking, river rafting and kayaking, sailing, cycling, sightseeing, cultural and foodie experiences. Experiential travel! "

How did you get involved in travel?

"Even though I have a degree in sociology and my path was toward science, I ended up in nature. My guide into the travel world was my husband, then-boyfriend, who was from the south of Croatia. I was involved in travel because of love and this is how my adventure begins.
To move more towards the southern part of the country, nine years ago I got a summer job on one little island in the Dubrovnik archipelago and was involved in sea kayak trips. This was my first contact with travelers from different parts of the world and it was a great experience for me. First, I was a little helper and over the year built my way up. I realized that I like people, and especially love sharing the history and showing the beauty of our country. And I like to see happy and satisfied people."

Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.

"It's hard to choose one unique experience because every time I go somewhere new, there is something unique. However, one event was carved in my memory. Eight years ago I showed myself that I have more courage and strength than I thought. I had the opportunity to see the beauty of the open sea by kayaking from one island to another. I had never before kayaked far from shore and I was really terrified to have deep water all around me. In the end, it was eye-opening and very exciting. That was a great experience for me and now I can share it and recommend to others, especially as we create trips based on first-hand experiences. "

Daniela is part of the following groups: Croatia Travel Agents
View of Split, Croatia
Explore Dalmatia from Split to Dubrovnik - 6 Days

Discover the Dalmatian Coast on this 6-day tour of Croatia, starting in the city of Split with its 4th-century Diocletian's Palace and sprawling Marjan Park. Head inland to explore one of the country's waterfall-infused parks (Krka or Plitvice) before heading south to Dubrovnik to walk its old town and historic walls. Along the way, stop on the Pelješac Peninsula for old fortifications, world-famous oysters, and delicious red wine, plus an optional kayaking excursion.

View of Korčula from atop Mt. Ilija on the nearby Pelješac peninsula
Best of Croatia: Zagreb, Rovinj, Šibenik, Hvar, & Dubrovnik - 12 Days

This thorough 12-day self-guided tour covers Croatia's best, from cultural stops in Venetian-infused cities to the exploration of ancient Roman ruins. Explore medieval hilltop towns, lively markets, historic fortressed cities, and glittering salt pans. You'll sip local wine native to Korčula, ride through vineyards and olive groves across Hvar Island, and relax on Split's inviting Bačvice beach.

Exploring the coast of Hvar Island
5 Days in Croatia - 5 Unique Itinerary Ideas

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.

Cycling along Croatia's coast
Dalmatia Adventure: Split, Hvar, & Dubrovnik - 5 Days

This active adventure takes you through one of Croatia's most beautiful regions, the Dalmatian coast, from the historic port city of Split to the island of Hvar, and finally to Croatia's most popular city, Dubrovnik. You'll wander through ancient Roman ruins and medieval town centers, kayak out into the sunset, and cycle through small villages as you work up an appetite for Croatia's great fresh seafood.

Best of Croatia: Istria to Dalmatia -14 days

Get ready for an immersive 14-day itinerary that will take you through almost every region in Croatia. It begins in the culturally rich capital of Zagreb, continues through the Istrian Peninsula, and finishes with an epic journey down the beautiful Dalmatian Coast. You'll end the trip in Dubrovnik, one of the most awe-inspiring ancient fortress cities in Europe.