Adventure through Dalmatia’s glimmering Mediterranean waters as you sail and kayak your way from Split to Dubrovnik. Sail from Croatian island from Croatian island in search of secluded bays. Get up-close to hidden coasts and passing dolphins as you kayak through limpid waterways. Stroll through cities and sites on the UNESCO World Heritage list—witnessing a rich, thriving history that stretches back over 3,000 years. Croatia’s a world of unspoiled nature, sun-soaked vineyards and olive groves and incredible cuisine. Now it’s all yours!
- Explore the hidden coves of Dalmatia by kayak
- Sail between beautiful islands
- Visit multiple UNESCO World Heritage sites
- Experience local and traditionanl cuisine
- Sample high-quality and unique local wines
- Relax while surrounded by unspoiled nature, olive trees and vineyards
Sea Kayak Čiovo Channel
Your nautical Croatian adventure begins today with a sea kayaking excursion from Split to Čiovo islet. Soak in the sunny horizon and the vividly turquoise waters as you paddle from coast to coast. Once we return to the harbor, board the awaiting Turkish sailing boat. Settle in and enjoy a welcome cocktail as we set sail to Brač’s Bobovišća Bay.
Sail and Kayak Pakleni Archipelago
Wake up to glowing Mediterranean views onboard as we set sail to Hvar Island. Our cruise takes us to the western islands of the Pakleni archipelago, where we stop at the small Vodnjak Island. Once there, hop into a kayak for more intimate views of the Pakleni Islands, discovering hidden coves and idyllic pebble beaches. We make sure to stop at an ancient Roman villa nestled next to vineyards—a picturesque site that still breathes of its striking past.
Sea Kayak Korčula
Today’s cruise takes us toward Korčula Island. Once there, settle into your kayak once more for a paddle around Proizd islet. Though easily overlooked from the sailboat, our kayaks allow you to explore the hidden bays and coves ideal for snorkeling and swimming. You’ll definitely understand why it’s voted in the top 5 of the Adriatic’s beaches before returning to the boat for the evening.
Sea Kayak Lastovo Island
Enjoy the passing views as we sail toward Lastovo Island this morning. Serving as a Yugoslav army stronghold for years, Lastovo has recently become open to foreign travelers. Now, it’s a popular Croatian site yet still somewhat out of the way. Paddle around the stunning Lastovnjaci archipelago and its beauties largely obscured from foreign eyes. Later, paddle to the Saplun islet where we enjoy a relaxing break on the area’s only sandy beach.
Sea Kayak Korčula
Our boat takes us to the eastern end of Korčula Island this morning. We anchor at Lumbarda town, where you can sip on some of Lumbarda’s renowned Grk wine while enjoying a fresh snack. Learn more about the wine’s history as you tempt your tastebuds before once again setting out to sea with a paddle from Lumbarda to Korčula town. There, we’re met with our sailboat.
Taste Pelješac Wine, Explore Dubrovnik
We continue our tour’s island-hopping bent with a stop at the Pelješac Peninsula, known as a wine mecca. Indulge in some wine tasting at the peninsula’s best wineries before setting off for Ston. Ston, known for it’s winding, white-stone walls resembling the Great Wall of China, also serves up some excellent seafood. Learn more about the historic saltworks as well as the expansive oyster fields before continuing to Dubrovnik. Enjoy a night out in Dubrovnik, exploring as you will
Explore Dubrovnik and Konavle
Take a tour through Dubrovnik’s many beauties this morning before traveling to Konavle, a small village tucked into Dubrovnik’s hinterland. Taste some local, traditionally prepared specialities for lunch. After, visit one of Croatia’s only remaining locations where you can witness the process of handmade silk. Learn more about the production process and the region’s deep connections to the trade. Return to Dubrovnik for a final farewell dinner and an evening on the town.
Enjoy a final morning in Croatia’s sunny climate before catching your return flight home.
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July and August are considered Croatia’s ‘season’. It is summer during that time, and tourism is in full swing. The weather is hot, the sea is blue, and the coast is at its best. The only drawback is that it is the peak of tourist season. Everything is busy in Croatia this during the summer and the crowds can be overwhelming. The weather in Croatia varies from the north to the coast. The north has a Continental climate with temperatures averaging around 77 degrees Fahrenheit in August. The coastal areas have a Mediterranean climate and the temperature can reach as high as 100 degrees Fahrenheit. The weather in May, June, September, and October will be milder, but some businesses may be closed.
You will need a passport that is valid for 6 months past the end of your trip, but a visa is not required for tourists who are on trips of less than 90 days.
The currency in Croatia is the Kuna, although some places will accept the Euro, you may get stung by the exchange rate. You can either exchange currency before you travel or get it from an ATM when you arrive, again watch for the exchange rate. Remember, it is never a good idea to keep a lot of cash on you while you are traveling, but in local shops and markets having some Kuna on you is helpful.
As long as we are aware of your dietary requirements in advance of your trip we can cater to these.
We use variety of sailing boats in our programs. We have divided them in two categories: Standard and Premium. Premium are boats from 45 feet to 54 feet and besides the skipper, we also provide hostess who is in charge for breakfast and lunch on board. Standard boats are from 35 up to 45 feet and more basic option without hostess or any meals available on board. So it is just boat, fuel and the skipper.
If you are prone to sea sickness, make sure to talk to your physician before travelling for suggestions as to what will help. A natural and inexpensive way to combat sea sickness is ginger chews and acupressure bands.
Depending on where you are traveling from, you may need to bring a power converter with you. The outlets on the Romanca are 220 volt outlets. The US and Canadian standard is between 110 and 120 volts.
We use Prijon HTP sea kayaks. Some of the models we use are Kodiak, Seyak, Touryak and Poseidon. All kayaks are equipped with rudders. Neoprene covers, life vests, spry skirts and dry bags are provided. For day tours we use aluminum paddles while for the multiday programs we provide carbon paddles