Self guided sea kayaking in Croatia
A tailor made, self-guided sea kayaking adventure in Croatia. So, definitely one for experienced paddlers seeking local expertise to put together the perfect paradise paddling plan.
Self-guided sea kayaking Dubrovnik Elaphite Islands Flexible sea kayaking itinerary Island accommodation
€715 excluding flights
Price includes overnights in guesthouse.
Description of Self guided sea kayaking in Croatia
This trip can be tailor made to suit your budget, interests and requirements
Our partners behind this vacation promote inclusivity on all their trips and across their business and we are all committed to ensuring travelers face no discrimination on any part of the trip they control.
6 Reviews of Self guided sea kayaking in Croatia
3.5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 20 Sep 2018 by Duncan MilwardBeautiful part of the world, very friendly people , I got it just right booking mid September weather was fantastic but not too hot. Read full review
Reviewed on 26 Jun 2018 by Nigel WarrenAccommodation and the food was good, our contact whilst on the islands worked hard juggling two groups. Read full review
Reviewed on 03 Nov 2015 by Chivers LibbyMost memorable was getting out on the sea and being able to travel at your own pace. The Islands are amazing and Miljet is a must see place, we loved it. Read full review
Reviewed on 23 Aug 2015 by Louise SolomonWe enjoyed the kayaking because we were able to get away from the throng of tourists and it was an ideal vacation for the 3 active teenagers we had with us but easy enough for the adults. Read full review
Reviewed on 07 Jul 2015 by Mariana HeinrichThe sea kayaking and snorkelling on Lopud island was great fun. It got quite interesting in terms of high waves on the way back which was a welcomed challenge. Read full review
Reviewed on 23 Jun 2013 by Andrew Moksea kayaking from island to island... Read full review
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Planet and peopleWe work with local guest houses on the islands and we do not take the commission from the local guesthouse owners.
All of our guides are aware of their surrounding and they are constantly providing the travelers with suggestions of how to minimize potential negative impacts to the environment and marine ecosystems. Our guides emphasize on the importance of leaving the environment as it is. We observe marine life but we do not disturb it.
Our kayaks are made of recyclable plastic. They do not cause any form of air or water pollution and they do not produce noise that could be disturbing for marine life.
We suggest that our travelers visit historically, culturally and environmentally important sights (Old Town of Dubrovnik, Renaissance villas on the island of Sipan, Nature Park Lokrum).