Where can I find information on travel safety? Check out the website for the most up-to-date information on safety while traveling. To minimize the risk of pickpocketing it is recommended to be discreet: don’t flash anything of value, keep a firm hand on your camera, and carry shoulder bags slung across your body. Overall it’s a good idea to avoid badly lit areas completely at night and deserted inner-city areas by day.
Is the water safe to drink? Yes, the water in Croatia is drinkable anywhere in the country, so no matter where you go, you should be able to drink from the tap.
Do I need a Visa? For Visa information, visit click here. Make sure your passport is valid for at least six months after you return home and has two or more blank pages. Otherwise, some countries may not let you enter.
What about vaccines? For vaccination information, click here.
Do you recommend travel insurance? While not required, we highly recommend all travelers get travel insurance for their trip to protect themselves from the unknown! Check out travel insurance options from our partner, worldnomads.com or from a provider of your choice.
What does public transportation look like? Public transport in Croatia is reliable and easy to use. Croatia’s public transport consists, above all, of an extensive bus and ferry network. You can also get around Croatia by plane, however, train travel within Croatia is unfortunately very limited.
How much should I pack? As we will be using shared transfers and spaces throughout our tour we recommend all travelers pack as lightly as possible. Please review our luggage restrictions below.
Is Uber or Lyft available? Uber and Lyft are available in most major cities like Zagreb, and Dubrovnik, as well as in coastal destinations like Split.
What about Wifi? Internet cafes and hotels in Croatia's large cities and tourist-orientated towns have wifi. Expect less internet accessibility in rural areas.