The road car is the fastest version of arrival in Lika. To reach us by car from east, north and south, take A-1 (major highway that runs north-south) and take Gospić or Otočac exit ( wich is better to you ). Than you follow road sign to town center.
Buses represent the most-accepted, cheapest and widely-used means of public transport. National bus traffic is very well developed and it is very easy to reach even the remotest parts of Croatia by bus. Almost all buses on national routes are air-conditioned and offer pleasant traveling comfort. In practice, bus fares are collected on the bus while traveling, which is sometimes even cheaper than when paying at the ticket office (there is an additional fee for stored luggage) and sometimes a “ticket office fee”.
From Croatia, there are many international bus routes to the neighbouring countries (Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia etc.), as well as to Austria, Germany, Slovenia, Switzerland and to other European countries. International buses correspond to European standards. Zagreb has the largest and most modern bus terminal in the country, with specially-designed waiting areas above the bus parking area. The Zagreb bus terminal is not far away from the main train station (Glavni kolodvor) and it is easy to reach by direct city tram lines.
The best place for bus information is at the bus station. Check out the following bus station websites:
Almost all international trains to Croatia go to Zagreb,and than you go to Gospić or Otočac.When you arrive to Gospić or Otočac trail station,we are pick you up . Bellow is daily train connection info to Croatia from neighboring countries:
As life is unpredictable it is worth to have it. Due to a lot of time spent to prepare the tour and possible loss of others to join us because of your cancellation it is good to have Travel Insurance. We provide just a basic insurance for small injuries but we never had any injuries so far. We advise you to have medical insurance as well.
Our standard minimum to have secured departure is 3 guests. The Group Maximum is different for each trip , generally it is from 4-8 people but we can also organize trips for bigger groups with up to 30 people or more but only for Private Groups or Team buildings group.
There is no standard tip in Croatia, however, if you feel that our guides gave their best to have good time and great trip a tip is a great way to demonstrate your appreciation.
Yes, we often have solo travellers on our trips. We’ll be happy to recommend a departure that would suit you best in terms of who is already booked.
All our trips have been designed with a degree of flexibility when it comes to activities. On most days it is possible to do an easier version of the activity and also to extend it and make it more demanding for our guests with prior paddling or climbing experience.
Yes you can. All our guests on river or sea trips have to wear buoyancy aids that keep you afloat in the water and help you swim. Also, you should tell your guides if you are not confident in the water.