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Croatia Makes National Geographic Traveler Magazine’s 2015 Tours of a Lifetime

ttIf you have just done, or are about to do, a tour of central and southern Dalmatia, then you are doing one of National Geographic Traveler magazine’s Tours of a Lifetime for 2015…

The annual list, which celebrates its 10th year this year, features 50 of the world’s best guided trips chosen by the editors of National Geographic Traveler magazine. Not surprisingly Croatia made this year’s list with a dynamic 8-day tour, which includes starting off in Split with tour around Diocletian’s Palace, before heading on to Hvar, Pelješac, Korčula, Mljet and ending in Dubrovnik.

“This year marks 10 years of our editors selecting the world’s best guided tours. In that time, the types of immersive and experiential trips have only multiplied; tours are going farther and deeper than ever before,” said Norie Quintos, acting editor in chief of National Geographic Traveler magazine.

The 2015 Tours of a Lifetime list also included countries such as Tanzania, New Zealand, Italy, Brazil, Iran, Cuba, and Peru.

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