Kayaking and yoga vacation, Vis Island Croatia
€1090 excluding flights
Price per person includes 7 nights & breakfasts, 4 lunches, 3 evening meals, 5 days of activities: sea kayaking, mountain biking or hiking, morning Yoga, paddle boarding, slacklining and so much more!
Description of Kayaking and yoga vacation, Vis Island Croatia
For departure dates contact us on 1-866-821-6866
We can cater for vegetarian and vegan diets.
1 Reviews of Kayaking and yoga vacation, Vis Island Croatia
5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 17 Sep 2022 by Elisabetta Piomarta
1. What was the most memorable or exciting part of your vacation?
Uhm, everything, really....
2. What tips would you give other travelers booking this vacation?
Go for it!
3. Did you feel that your vacation benefited local people, reduced environmental impacts or supported conservation?
4. Finally, how would you rate your vacation overall?
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PlanetPrivate transport for guests on the Island is not recommended. We will provide pick up and drop off to and from the ferry along with transport to and from local restaurants. Daily transport will involve a combination of kayak, bicycle and foot – far more suited to our goal of enjoying and preserving the beauty of Vis island.
Certain days may include a picnic in an isolated bay – guests will be actively involved in the process of carrying out waste.There has been a resurgence in agro-tourism on the island. A number of small, private lots, growing grapes, olives, and lavender are beginning to appear. A tour of one of these initiatives to revive the ‘old’ trades will be highly recommended. Another important area of economic growth on the island is the restaurants – guests will eat out and sample their delights on 4 evenings out of 7. We always encourage out guests to visit restaurants that are locally run and use Island produce.
We have installed a new drainage system to collect rainwater from all the roof area of the property. This can be then used to water the lemon tree, herb garden, vines, and be used at times should the water supply to temporarily suspended. We use solar for our water heating and all meals are vegan at the house. Our house has been been renovated in keeping with local traditions and with respect to our small community.
PeopleThere are a number of small, private olive and wine producing enterprises that are once again beginning to spring up on the island. We have developed links with such projects and provide access for guests to observe traditional methods of agriculture that are being revived in addition to us using the products in our cooking. We are actively involved in beach and island clean initiatives with our neighbours. We have a policy of no single use plastic and we recycle where possible. We purchase as much local produce as we can from our direct neighbours for our plant based meals. We donate and support a local stray cat and dog charity on the island due the lack of Vis Island Vet facilities. We believe our business has had a positive impact on our community and we strive to maintain close relations with all island business that have a sustainable tourism policy.
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