September is already here and we're almost half way there to October. Summer is still in full swing in Dubrovnik with temperatures going up to 29 degrees and the Adriatic temperature in Dubrovnik and surrounding islands are up to 25 degrees.
For some of you this may not be as warm as you wish it to be for you to go swimming in, but believe us when the sun heats up the sea it really a great chill and refreshment.
The prices for all our experiences are still low and we intend to keep them that way all through next year. There is so much thing to do and to visit and to see while in Dubrovnik surroundings the September.
First of all, the temperatures are still high as we mentioned, secondly the crowds are lower as most of the people visit Dubrovnik in the high season, July and August.
Third there are so many things to do out on the sea; from boating experiences, visiting Croatian islands, where there is 6 of them very close to Dubrovnik from the smallest island of Daksa to the biggest like Mljet island and Korčula island.
Then when you turn to the inlands there is so many adventures waiting like learning to cook traditional dishes and then enjoying the fruits of your labor.
Jeep safari adventure in Konavle hills, through the vineyards and wine tastings on Pelješac peninsula. So many little secrets, hidden bays and mesmerizing beaches waiting for your arrival.
Regarding the coronavirus safety, we're taking all measures of precaution, all of our drivers wear masks and disinfect their vehicles after every single transfer.
All of our suppliers take all the measures set up by the government, plus extra, just to make you safe and for you to get the best experience without any worries.
Hope we're eased your mind a bit, and as always please stay safe, keep on exploring and traveling and we will talk to you soon enough!
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