• Croatia
    • Zagreb
    • Dubrovnik
2 - 12 weeks
Program Tags
Adventure Travel Arts Conservation Cultural Immersion Post-High School Wilderness

Program Details

Cycling Hiking Kayaking
Fall Winter
Guesthouse Hostel Hotel Lodge Tent
Age Min.
Age Max


Starting Price
$8,690 USD
Price Details
Tuition for PST programs covers all day-to-day expenses including three meals each day, lodging, entertainment, excursions, any theatre and concert tickets, entry fees, bike and boat rentals, ski passes and equipment rental, tips, and all ground transportation during the program, including trains, buses and taxis. Tuition does not include the $200 Application Fee, international or internal airfare, baggage fees, visa and entry/exit fees, laundry, communication home, health care, gifts, snacks, or other personal expenses.
What's Included
Accommodation Activities Airport Transfers Equipment Meals Park Fees Tour Guide Transportation
What's Not Included
Airfare SIM cards Travel Insurance Visa Wifi
Apr 07, 2021

About Program

This program is for students who are excited to participate in outdoor adventure activities and be immersed in Croatian culture and daily life. We begin with a week-long stay in Zagreb, Croatia’s capital city. From Zagreb, we do a full-day trip to Plitvice Lakes National Park, famous for its waterfalls and natural dams. From Zagreb, we also hike nearby Mt. Medvednica and spend the night in a mountain lodge. We then continue on to the Istrian Peninsula for several days----Istria has strong Italian influences, particularly in its cuisine (Istria was part of Italy from 1919-1947). From there, we spend 10 days exploring the Dalmatian Coast while participating in various outdoor activities — sea kayaking, cycling, hiking, swimming/snorkeling, intro to rock climbing, camping, ziplining, etc. We’ll visit markets, seaside towns and villages, and the Island of Hvar. The final stop is Dubrovnik, a medieval city famous for its ancient walls and World Heritage sites. Call us for more details!

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Program Highlights

  • Begin the program by meeting a local professor as you gain context for understanding contemporary Croatian culture and history.
  • In Istria, spend a day on a working olive farm learning about olive farming and olive oil production from a local family whose orchard is certified organic.
  • Kayak through a tranquil river canyon on your way down to the Adriatic Sea, and climb the imposing Mount Medvednica for a stunning, birds-eye view of Zagreb.
  • Hear from historians, economists, and cultural experts about Croatia's complicated past and transition to the vibrant nation it is today.

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