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Hiker looking in distance on Dinara mountain
Snowy landscape on Kamesnica mountain
Hiker on Biokovo mountian on snowy weather
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Recording

We offer the opportunity to record and picture
the tours with equipment listed below

DJI Mavic 2 PRO drone used by Dinaric guides

DJI Mavic 2 PRO drone

GoPro 7 camera used by Dinaric guides

GoPro 7 camera

Short trips

Beautiful valley of Kurtegica Dolac on Kamesnica mountain
Old church on Biokovo mountain
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Who are the guides?

The “Dinaric guides” group consists of the best guides (international UIAA standard) and adventurers of the Cetina region. These are mostly young but very experienced people, gathered in the local mountaineering association ” NOPD Koćari” from the town of Sinj. For over 10 years Dinaric guides are organizing tours and leading numerous groups of hikers across the Balkans and beyond. Some of the most well-known destinations of their tours are: Dinara, Velebit, Biokovo, Mosor, Risnjak (Croatia), Triglav (Slovenia), Durmitor, Prokletije, Komovi, Moračke planine, Lovćen (Montenegro), Maglić, Zelengora, Prenj, Čvrsnica, Treskavica, Šator planina, Klekovača (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Olimp (Greece), Rila, Pirin (Bulgaria), Korab, Šar planina, Galičica (North Macedonia), Grossglockner (Austria) and many others. Besides, some of our guides are involved in the work of the Croatian Mountain Rescue Service.

Ante Romac from Dinaric guides on Troglav peak with his dog

The main guide and the author of the idea is Ante Romac. A person who, from the age of 4, is an active member of the mountaineering association. For the last 10 years, he is leading, as a volunteer, many groups of hikers across mountains of Balkan, the Alps and beyond. He conducts numerous education, mountaineering schools, and mountain-related lectures. He is the first Croat and man form Balkans who fully walked the White line of Via Dinarica (a 1300 km long hiking trail from Slovenia to Albania), which has been renowned as one of the best destination in the world by “National Geographic” in 2017.

Via Dinarica

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