This tour is designed for those who love being active in the nature. Daily routes are rather short - 2 to 3 hours of easy paddling - and not demanding, fit for all ages between 14 and late sixties (no previous kayaking experience is necessary). Dubrovnik and Elafiti shorelines are rich in history and natural variety - cliffs, caves, coves, rocks, beaches...
Lopud, Kolocep and Sipan belong to Elafiti Islands Archipelago - green islands covered by pine forests, without car traffic, with lots of sunshine and sandy beaches, less than an hour sailing time from Dubrovnik. Each has no more than a couple of hundreds permanent residents who live in stone houses of traditional character.
Tall palm trees, parks, gardens and flowers everywhere contribute to easy going life style. Occasionally groups of kayaks are escorted by friendly dolphins or tunas that are often seen in the area.
The holiday is perfect for families with children but also couples and solo travelers looking to get away from the crowds and enjoy fun activities.
This 7 day adventure combines kayaking, relaxing and hiking. The campsite on the Island of Levrnaka, just over the unique egg shape pebble beach in sandy bottom Bay of Lojena, paddling under 180m high and 90m deep rugged cliffs, hiking throughout the islands, admiring miles of dry walls, the salt lake Mir (Peace in Croatian) with its 200m high cliffs, the view to the whole archipelago from the top of the island of Kornat, and Magazinova Skrila - a 130m x 70m large, even, barren surface of limestone, and a subject of many legends.
Join us and find out from our guides some more stories about the historical, cultural and nature heritage of these islands scattered over a vast surface of the sea, which earned the status of a national park due to their exceptional scenic beauty, fascinating geomorphology, indented coastline and outstandingly abundant sea life.
The best place to fly in is Zadar but Split is fairly close as well:
On request, we would be glad to organize your airport transfer.
Multiactivity experience of the Krka National Park and of the Northern Dalmatia.
Skradin is a special little town hidden in the Krka River estuary, 80 kilometres from the Split airport, just on the edge of the National Park. The small picturesque town, rich in history, has a couple of family-run hotels, restaurants, pubs and wineries, a beach and marina. It is off the main tourist path and remains a friendly town rather than a fast-pace resort.
This program is a well balanced mixture of activity, nature and culture, suitable for all ages and even absolute beginners.
This tour will show you Croatia's highlights over an 8-day period while keeping you active through various daily excursions. You will visit some of the most beautiful parts of our country starting from Dubrovnik and slowly travelling north, visiting Split, Trogir, Sibenik and Skradin. You will enjoy sea-kayaking around Kolocep, the Croatia's most spectacular sea kayaking island; you will raft, kayak and canoe on three different rivers, cycle in the National Park Krka River as well as hike in the National Park Plitvice Lakes.
Your adventure will also take you to the town of Mostar in Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia's neighbouring country, where East and West meet and the spirit of the long gone Ottoman Empire can still be felt at every step. Dalmatian food and wine are an inevitable part of this trip and together with the itinerary guarantee a beautiful, authentic Croatian experience.
This holiday isn't just a sailing trip or adventure package. It is designed for those who love being active in the nature, who admire art and history and appreciate ancient architecture and local tradition. Daily activities are rather short and not too demanding. Dubrovnik, the Elafiti shorelines and Mljet island National Park are rich in history and natural variety - cliffs, caves, coves, rocks, beaches, pine forests... We will explore them while sailing on a yacht, sea kayaking, cycling / biking, swimming, snorkeling and on foot.
Lopud, Kolocep and Sipan belong to the the Elafiti Islands archipelago - some of Croatia's most beautiful green islands covered by forests with lots of sunshine and sandy beaches, free of traffic, and under an hour’s sailing time from Dubrovnik. Our yachts or kayaks are occasionally escorted by friendly dolphins or tuna that are often seen in the area. The sea is blue, clear, warm and friendly.
Croatia - where the Mediterranean, mountains and the Pannonian plains come together in a unique blend of natural beauty. Within just over a hundred kilometers, you can experience an exciting range of different landscapes. Although a small country, Croatia has rich variety of beautiful landscapes and preserved natural areas from mountains to plains, from rivers to sea with a long and rich history.
Croatia is vivid with well preserved old towns, castles, palaces, monuments and native architecture. Together with the tradition, folklore, art scenes and music, Croatia is a unique and exotic place to discover. We have eight National Parks: NP Brijuni, NP Risnjak, NP Plitvice Lakes, NP North Velebit, NP Paklenica, NP Kornati Islands, NP Krka River and NP Mljet Island.