Multi activity vacations in Croatia
Our local activity experts have been white water rafting and canoeing on Croatia’s inland rivers their whole lives. They’re activity vacation pioneers. However, these scenic stretches are tricky to keep quiet and have even started to get a little crowded, especially in summer. That’s why activity guides, like Matko, Marko and Igor, are always searching for new river routes and other land-based tracks for cycling, hiking and canyoning. They understand what travelers want because they want it too: untouched areas for awesome activities that no one else knows about other than the local folk.
Get away from Croatia’s crowded coast and into the Dalmatia hinterland where the rivers, lakes and mountains make magical adventure playgrounds.
Our multi activity vacations offer employment to local people as instructors and group leaders, as well as giving isolated Croatian communities the chance to supplement their income through home cooked meals and accommodation. This has led to improved road and path access for villagers but without impacting on traditional lifestyles. Some of the islands, too, are, as yet, untouched by mass tourism; Sipan, an hour’s ferry from Dubrovnik, and Vis, the furthest inhabited island from the mainland, both make brilliant bases to explore by bike, on foot and around the coast by sea kayak.
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about doing something different every day in a natural environment that’s been unspoiled by mass tourism.
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about staying at a five-star health and fitness resort; they’re much more authentic than that and encourage you to explore rather than stay put.
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If you’re wishing for white water rafting on rushing river rapids, the best time to go on an activity vacation in Croatia is either side of summer. If you prefer a slower pace for paddling, then July and August are the best months to go.
The local guides that we work with in Croatia are pioneers and still driven to find undiscovered areas for activities. From Vis Island and the Zadar archipelago to Podstrana and Plitvice Lakes – our tours cover all bases.
The types of activities in Croatia that we recommend will have you all at sea on a kayak or riding river rapids on an inflatable raft. Elsewhere, on dry land, you’ll be invited to hike to hilltop chapels or cycle to remote farmsteads.
Multi activity vacations in Croatia for families are like being at an outdoor adventure theme park. Everything's guided by expert local instructors who understand when and where to get kids, and parents, to join in.
Find out how to get away from the crowds, how to handle the heat and where to discover the mountains, rivers and lakes of Croatia in the company of expert instructors and qualified local guides.
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