Day11. We rented a boat and went to discover islands nearby. Unfortunately we weren't lucky with the wind, because it caused us quite big waves for the second part of the day (when we had to come back). Those were around 2-3 m high, which was already quite scary (and it seemed that we are the only small boat on the sea with that wind). But in the end, everything went well and we got huge adrenaline boost. These pics are made in the first part of the day, when we had small wind.
Day9. On the way back to Croatia we visited beach city Budva (where I found ticket to Hawaii only for 3 EUR) and Savina winery near that area. If the winery itself was ok (nothing that special), then I was amazed about this view and mansion what they had. We had a really good time there with this weather + view + wines :)
Day8. Today we tried rafting on Tara River, which took us all day (because from Kotor to there it was about 4h ride). But this was all worth it! Again something, what I would definitely recommend, if you're in Montenegro. Besides rafting we loved our car ride, because this nature looked just awesome!
Day5. We went scuba diving to Trogir, which is appr 45 min away from Split (by car). Since it was my first time, then it was an awesome feeling under water! As I heard from more experienced people later, then there's not that much to see in Croatia, but for me, it was still really cool experience :) And besides that, we had another boat trip on the roof, so this day was super lux! :) :)
Day4. Since this day was meant for chilling at the beach, then we did really few pictures during this day. Do there are some moments from beach + later we were hanging around in the city. Split it another city, what I can warmly recommend!
Day3. Visiting Zadar, which is again really beautiful historical city and one of the most popular attractions is there an experimental musical instrument, which plays music by way of sea waves and tubes located underneath a set of large marble steps.
Day3. Visiting Krka National park. Accidently Google Maps guided us 10-15 km away (which is the second entrance), but due to that we had opportunity to have a small boat tour on the river, which was really chill. I guess I can even recommend to start a bit away from main entrance :)
Day2. In the evening we visited Pula Arena, which is the only remaining Roman amphitheatre to have four side towers and with all three Roman architectural orders entirely preserved. I need to mention that here's again one picture from Google.
Day 1. We visited Škocjan Caves in Slovenia, which was really positive surprise for me. Its one of the largest known underground canyons in the world and view inside the cave was really amazing! I have to note, that those pics from cave are not ours. Since there was not allowed to make pictures, then I took these from Google.