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Explore Croatia and Balkans by motorcycle

15 days / 13 riding days

No Borders - Guided motorcycle tour in Balkans

This tour is a superb mix of coastal roads and highlands, including most famous national parks, river canyons and spectacular bay views.

Along with Croatia, both Bosnia & Herzegovina and Montenegro have a lot to offer and the three will make the most memorable motorcycle tour in the Balkans you can imagine. Croatia is best known for its Adriatic coastal road, city of Dubrovnik and National Park Plitvice Lakes. We spend one whole afternoon walking around the lakes; we have a rest day in Dubrovnik followed up by a walking tour with a local guide; and we do amazing riding along the Adriatic coastal road, visiting a few islands on the way. Great riding is guaranteed!

Bosnia and Herzegovina is very much known for the city of Sarajevo; once an Olympic city, it survived the unfortunate siege during the war in 1990s, becoming a modern capital today. City of Mostar with its old Ottoman bridge is a sight for itself while there's a lot of beautiful mountains and river gorges still on our way. National park Sutjeska is home of Perucica, one of last remaining primeval forests in Europe while the battle of Sutjeska was one of the greatest battles in the Balkans area during WWII.

Montenegro is the smallest, but definitely the 'wildest' of the three. It boasts with national parks, 2nd deepest canyon in the world (!), raw mountains and amazing bays. Roads there are still under-explored, traffic is low and scenery is gorgeous, which makes it a perfect motorcycle touring area.

Take adventure and go rafting, diving and even bungee jumping if you like; explore each country, see the differences, see the similarities and be sure you will go home with lifetime memories.

For more details about this amazing motorcycle tour in the Balkans, please scroll down and you will find a detailed day-by-day breakdown. For any additional questions and reservations/bookings, do not hesitate to contact us!

Tour prices

PRICES IN EUR for 2019 season
Motorcycle Rider Passenger Single room (add-on)
BMW F 700 GS 5750 3790 800
BMW F 800 GS 5950 3790 800
BMW R 1200 GS 6350 3790 800
BMW R 1200 GS ADV 6690 3790 800

The pricing is based on two people sharing a room.
Double room/sharing: two riders share one twin (2-bed) room OR a couple uses one (queen-size bed) room.
Single room supplement: rider is one person in a room / not sharing.

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Day by day

Arrival day

1. Arrival day

Your guide will welcome you at the airport in Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. Depending on the arrival time, you can do some sightseeing or go straight to the hotel. As your bikes will be waiting for you at the hotel parking, we assume you won't resist doing a test ride, so we'll organize a nice little first ride, just to get friendly with the bikes. In the evening we will enjoy the traditional welcome dinner and we can discuss about the routes, bikes, itinerary etc.

Zagreb- National Park Plitvice Lakes

2. Zagreb- National Park Plitvice Lakes

We'll start early in the morning, around 5AM. Just kidding. After the breakfast, we'll head south to visit Plitvice Lakes, which is one of UNESCO's World Heritage sites. This is truly one of the greatest natural wonders of Europe. We'll be walking around beautiful collection of waterfalls, gallery of lakes all connected by foaming cascades, and relaxing in the silence of forests.

Plitvice Lakes National Park- Sarajevo

3. Plitvice Lakes National Park- Sarajevo

Today we'll enter Bosnia and Herzegovina. In the afternoon, we'll reach Sarajevo, the capital- this will be a long day, but the roads and scenery leading to Sarajevo are fantastic, so you'll be riding through river canyons, between lakes and waterfalls, into the city.

Rest day Sarajevo

4. Rest day Sarajevo

We'll experience Sarajevo today. This city is like a jewel with its fascinating history, which we'll tell you all about. We'll be walking through its center, Bascarsija, known of great traditional food 'cevapi', riding the suburbs and exploring the way city survived its siege. Today Sarajevo is one of most visited Balkan cities and definitely a 'must see' destination.

Exploring Herzegovina

5. Exploring Herzegovina

We'll head south to reach Sutjeska, one of the oldest National Parks of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is known of the primeval forest, called Perucica. We'll cruise along river Sutjeska which has carved a stunning valley in the middle of the park, and turn our directions towards Mostar, one more beautiful historic city on our route. It is famous by its stone bridge, and the brave jumpers just waiting to demonstrate how does the jump from up to 27 meters (88.5 feet) look like! After Mostar, we are heading back to Sarajevo, but with a very important stop in Jablanica- you'll see why.

Sarajevo - Zabljak - Trsa- Zabljak

6. Sarajevo - Zabljak - Trsa- Zabljak

Prepare yourself for the raw, untouched nature of Montenegro! The roads get more narrow, more twisty and the landscape in Durmitor National Park is extraordinary. We'll cross the old bridge above Tara river canyon, and have a little preview of one of the best rafting areas in the world. Here you can sample the real 100% natural clear honey, homemade jam, tea and nature products, all thanks to the extremely fresh air of DurmitorMountains. If you can't get enough, we'll do some additional riding- after Tara Canyon we'll reach Piva Canyon, and the question which one is nicer is the one we'll be asking You in the evening... We'll reach Sedlo Pass, and while making sure that you've seen the best of Durmitor, we'll head towards our hotel.

Zabljak - Podgorica - seashore

7. Zabljak - Podgorica - seashore

Riding from Zabljak towards Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro, we'll pass another National Park, NP Biogradska Gora. You'll have the time to relax walking around a beautiful lake and trying some delicious pancakes :) Then comes a superb open road riding through Moraca Canyon, and as we're getting lower, the temperature gets higher so we'll try to reach seashore till the evening. First, Lake Skadar will bring our attention, but a few miles later, finally blue Adriatic sea will put a smile on everyone's face. We'll try delicious sea food around beautiful sv.Stefan which is a delight by itself, and cool in the clear Adriatic sea at last...

Seashore - Dubrovnik

8. Seashore - Dubrovnik

Replace your memory cards in cameras for today.. As we climb narrow roads and serpentines towards Njegus mausoleum, at around 1700m (1.05 miles) above sea, we'll have a spectacular view of the Adriatic sea and whole golf of Boka. Arriving back to 0m above sea, in the golf of Boka, you'll be admiring the LovcenMountain and its peaks as we weren't there a few hours ago. Today we'll enter Croatia, and settle at its finest, Dubrovnik.

Rest day Dubrovnik

9. Rest day Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik, in south Dalmatia region, is one of the nicest places in Croatia. Stone walls and streets, marble-paved squares and Dalmatin'scharisma is something you won't miss. Our suggestion is to take a boat trip to one of the nearest islands, or go for a little ride around with us, just to let the sun go down a bit before exploring the center of Dubrovnik and its history.

Dubrovnik - Island Hvar

10. Dubrovnik - Island Hvar

Today we are starting to explore the Croatian coast. We'll ride our scenic coastal road towards the Island Hvar; and on the way we'll visit amazing attractions like Mali Ston, known for its longest defensive wall in Europe and also for the best oysters in Croatia; fabulous Neretva valley where you can buy the best oranges, watermelons and other fruit, fresh and cooled in Neretva water; and if you're still hot, we'll visit the highest peak of Biokovo mountain, sv. Jure at 1762m (1,05 miles)above sea. From there, the view of the whole Makarska and the surrounding islands can be seen, and if the sky is clear enough, you can even see the mountain Monte Gargano in Italy! A short ferry ride will get us to Island Hvar where we'll settle today in beautiful city Hvar- which centre is one of UNESCO’s world heritage sites.

Hvar rest day

11. Hvar rest day

Hvar is a beautiful island, so we'll spend our day in exploring around. It is also Croatia's sunniest island receiving only a few bad days a year, so we know you'll have fun relaxing in great number of sandy beaches, strolling around the beautiful old city Hvar, taking a boat trip or enjoying one of numerous restaurants in the city center.

Hvar - Krka National Park - Zadar

12. Hvar - Krka National Park - Zadar

In the morning the ferry will take us to Split, where we can see the famous Dioklecijan'sPalace. Later on, we continue up north, again riding excellent coastal road, passing Trogir, Sibenik and its famous bridge, 40 meters high, known for bungee jumping experience..The best choice around here is visiting the National Park Krka, the biggest and most famous waterfalls in whole Dalmatia region. The biggest waterfall is well known Skradinskibuk, where you can enjoy swimming and relaxing under it. After we'll reachZadar, city in Croatia where the most beautiful sunsets in the world can be seen.

Zadar - Pag - Rovinj

13 Zadar - Pag - Rovinj

Definitely a great day for riding. After relaxing in National Parks, this day is the day of curvy roads, excellent asphalt and scenic views. You'll enjoy every curve, going from coastal Croatia towards Istria, to a little place called Motovun. It is all opposite to what you have seen, there is no sea, no islands, but the atmosphere is brilliant. A great place to calm down, enjoy excellent wines, and taste traditional Istrian food. We’ll end the day in city Rovinj, which is also a one of Croatia’s jewels.

Rovinj - Zagreb

14. Rovinj - Zagreb

The last day on the tour is an easy ride from Istria towards Zagreb; we'll be visiting Hum, the smallest town in the world, Buzet and after climb up high once more to say your goodbye to phenomenal Adriatic sea and its islands. In the evening, the special dinner is in fact our last on this trip, we'll exchange our thoughts once more and after a lot of discussing, we might let you go to sleep :)

Flight home

15 Flight home

Depending on the departure time, we'll maybe have some more time to spend, so there will be several choices. Of course, your transfers to the airport will be arranged. Wereally hope you enjoyed the trip, wish you a good flight and of course- see you again!

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