Continuing on up the Adriatic, we spent 12 days in stunning Croatia, exploring vibrant historical old towns, island-hopping, swimming in saltwater lakes, and discovering remote beaches with crystal clear water. We wrapped things up with an inland visit to the Plitviče Lakes National Park (which was…AMAZING!). More information, coming soon!

Dubrovnik → Mljet → Korčula → Hvar → Plitvice Lakes National Park


Hello Dubrovnik!
Climbing the Old Town Walls of Dubrovnik.


Mljet National Park
Mjlet National Park.
Obviously one of DnA’s favorite times of day.


The island of Proizd

Fisherman’s Night on the island featuring a very special desert…


Looking good, Hvar!
Balcony views to celebrate!

Plitvice Lakes National Park

The Plitvice Lakes: a UNESCO world heritage sight since 1979. Pristine, natural beauty doesn’t get much better than this!
No swimmers allowed! Canoes are allowed and are available to rent at the park, however.
Make sure you find yourself a walrus to row it ;).

More details, very soon!




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