Arrive on site in Siófok, Hungary and meet your fellow tourers and Dutch Tour Escorts. In the evening there will be a welcome meal and drink on site.
2 nights at Siófok campsite.
A day at leisure in Siófok, which is located on Lake Balaton, the largest lake in central Europe. Enjoy exploring the beaches and parks.
Travel to the next campsite in Sremska Mitrovica, Serbia (250 miles). This is one of Europe’s oldest cities and will be your first stop in discovering Serbian culture.
3 nights at Sremska Mitrovica campsite.
In the morning there will be a boat excursion through Zasavica nature reserve which is home to a variety of plant species and animals, including more than 180 bird species. There will be an evening meal next to the campsite.
A coach excursion to Belgrade, Serbia’s capital and largest city. Your city guide will take you on a walking tour to some of the city's highlights including the Sava cathedral, one of the largest Orthodox cathedrals in the world, Kalemegdan fortress, Skandarlija Quarter (the old Bohemian quarter), and the palace of Ljubice. Enjoy some free time in the afternoon for lunch (payable locally) and to explore the old town.
Today we travel to the next campsite in Zlatibor, a beautiful mountain region in western Serbia (140 miles)
3 nights at Zlatibor campsite
A day at leisure. Why not visit the timber town of Mécavnik, built by director Emir Kusturica for his 2004 film ‘Life is a Miracle’? You may also like to visit Stopica cave where you can find travertine terraces which the seasonal rain waters flow.
Enjoy a coach excursion to the natural park of Mokra Gora. A trip on the narrow gauge railway aboard ‘Nostalgia’ is a highlight of your time in Serbia, followed by a visit to the open air museum where you can see traditional Serbian houses. Enjoy lunch and a drink.
Leave the campsite and travel through the Ovčar Kablar gorge to Mataruska Banja (80 miles). In the afternoon you could visit the nearby monastery at Žiča which was built in the 13th century.
Overnight at Mataruska Banja sports complex with facilities.
Today we depart Serbia and travel to Mojkovac in Montenegro (165 miles), close to the Tara canyon.
3 nights at Mojkovac Cabin Park with facilities.
An excursion by jeep to the National Park of Durmitor which boasts over 150 different bird species, three breathtaking canyons, including Europe’s largest gorge, and more than a dozen lakes. It is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty which you can enjoy whilst having a picnic lunch (included).
A day at leisure. Don’t miss out on visiting the Biogradska Gora National Park, the smallest of
Montenegro’s four national parks but packed with flora, fauna, a forest with trees dating back over 500 years, glacier lakes and a variety of birds and mammals – a nature lover’s paradise.
Leave the campsite and travel to the coastal town of Buljarica (105 miles).
4 nights at Buljarica campsite.
An excursion by coach through the mountains to the old capital Cetinje, which is of huge importance to the Montenegro population. There will be a visit to the Royal Palace which was built between 1863 and 1867. Then we visit Kotor - a beautiful medieval town which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the jewel of Montenegro. Enjoy free time and the chance to stop and have lunch (payable locally).
Today you can enjoy a day at leisure. The campsite is located on the edge of a beautiful sandy beach where you can relax. Or you may wish to pay a visit to the little old town of Budva (13 miles) which is a treasure trove of narrow streets, squares and cafés, shops, restaurants and galleries.
A morning coach excursion today takes us to Lake Skadar, a vast freshwater lake which hosts a variety of wildlife. A boat trip on the lake will take you to explore some of the monasteries which are housed on the islands. In the afternoon there will be a visit to the old town of Bar where you will find the Haj Nehaj Fortress and the castle of King Nikola. There will be an evening meal and drink within walking distance of the campsite.
Leave Montenegro and travel along the coast, past the picturesque Bay of Kotor, to Dubrovnik in Croatia (95 miles)
3 nights at Dubrovnik campsite.
It's time to explore Dubrovnik; the pearl of the Adriatic. Take the local bus from the campsite and a local guide will take you on a city walk. You'll receive a Dubrovnik Card, which gives you access to the city walls and some of the museums and galleries.
A day at leisure to explore Dubrovnik further or relax on site.
Today we leave Dubrovnik and travel to Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina (95 miles).
3 nights at Mostar campsite.
Coach excursion to Mostar, with a guided walking tour through the historic old town to see the Turkish houses and the reconstructed old bridge, which is one of the country’s most recognisable landmarks.
A day at leisure.
Leaving Mostar we travel to the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo (85 miles).
3 nights at Sarajevo campsite.
A real highlight of the tour today is a coach excursion to Sarajevo. There will be a visit to the
Tunnel Museum, which was the lifeline when the city was under occupation during the war in the 1990s. A guided walking tour through the old city with its shops, cafés and handicraft workshops lets you discover this unique destination, shaped by a mix of cultures and religions.
A day at leisure to spend time visiting more of Sarajevo or why not take a carriage ride to the nearby Vrelo Bosne Park?
Travel to Jajce to the penultimate campsite which is located by the Veliko Plivsko Lakes (102 miles).
3 nights at Jajce campsite.
Afternoon coach excursion to Jajce with a guided walking tour in the old city and a visit to the citadel. You will depart by coach to a restaurant for a folklore evening and meal before returning to the campsite.
Enjoy a day at leisure in Jajce where you can admire the waterfall situated in the heart of the town.
Leave the campsite for the final stop of the tour at Plitvice Lakes in Croatia (115 miles).
2 nights at Plitvice Lakes campsite.
Enjoy a day at leisure to explore the beautiful Plitvice Lakes where you can discover the lakes, caves and waterfalls that make this such an outstanding place to visit. In the evening there will be a farewell dinner and drink on the campsite.
End of tour arrangements. Your Tour Specialist can recommend and book other sites for your return journey.
Approximate tour mileage: 1095
Driving rating: AMBER. This tour has some long drives and sometimes the roads will not be well-maintained.
Mobility rating: MODERATE. Will include sections of walking on uneven terrain such as cobblestones, walking up some slopes, getting on and off coaches and boats.