Kayak Croatia’s coastline stretches along the Adriatic
With over 1,200 islands, Croatia has one of Europe’s largest archipelagoes; perfect for a paddling adventure!
Our trip along a section of the northern Dalmatian coast offers superb coastal paddling, dramatic scenery, history and culture.
We explore ruins and forts from Illyrian and Roman times, small fishing villages and national parks. We start the trip exploring the 45km long island of Dugi otok, known for its’ vineyards, orchards and crystal-clear water. Just south of Dugi otok is the collection of islands that make up the Kornati National Park, a paddler’s paradise with cliffs, caves and coves to explore.
During the second part of the trip we paddle through the archipelago adjacent to the Sibenik area and the natural fjord created by the Krka river where medieval fortifications and little towns dot the river’s course.
Accommodation for the first part of the trip is in a sea front B&B on Dugi otok and for the last four nights, a villa near Sibenik, from where we will easily reach our paddling destinations.
This trip is suitable for active paddlers with some kayak experience
20 Sep -29 Sep
From €3475 per person
Trip costs are in Euros.
All meals from dinner on Day 1 to lunch on Day 10, eight nights twin share in guesthouses, return ferry fare from Zadar to Dugi otok, luggage transfers between accomodation, all kayaking and safety equipment.
Does not include: flights, travel insurance, alcohol, single room supplements.
Meet in Zadar. Ferry to Dugi otok. B&B accommodation.
Paddling Dugi otok & Kornati Islands. B&B accommodation.
Explore Skraden, Sibenik and surrounds. Villa Accommodation.
Day in Trogir. The trip concludes with a transfer to Split airport.
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