From week-long kayak tours and mountain trails to wine roads and gourmet dinners, Adriatic Kayak Tours has the know-how to custom fit nearly any traveler's dream holiday.
Kayaking is the cure for confinement
We've all had our fill of confinement in 2020. We hope that 2021 brings new opportunities to return to travel as it once was
Croatia's open sea, littered with lush green islands, socially distanced with a paddle in hand, beckons. 2021 may be the best year to visit Dubrovnik and the near-by Dalmatian islands before tourism returns to pre-pandemic levels
This was both mine and my husband's favorite thing we did in Dubrovnik! It's more of an experience than just kayaking by Old Town as you get out of the tourist hot spot. The views alone are incredible, and Vedran was so much fun and so knowledgeable. You will not regret this!Tegan B.
Seven days of glorious calm waters, sunshine, great accommodations and meals. Cap that with excellent organization, a professional guide and good food and it was a trip of a lifetime!David H.
We did the 3 island tour today - it was brilliant, the staff were so helpful, the 5 course lunch was amazing and it was great to see a little corner of quiet Croatia from the sea. We took our 4 kids aged 8-13 and they really enjoyed it - would highly recommend, so professional, accommodating and friendly!4timemum - London
Adriatic Kayak Tours was founded in the spring of 2005 by Tamsen Resor, an American who ﬁrst visited Croatia in 2002. After paddling the Dalmatian coast and islands on her own, Tamsen wanted to share her memorable experience with others. Exploring new caves and snorkeling spots, feasting on grilled seafood in family-owned restaurants, and enjoying the localsʼ hospitality are just a few of the regionʼs many delights.
Unlike other tour companies, AKT caters to small groups and focuses on natural wonders in Croatia and Montenegro. AKT offers half day and full day sea kayak tours, weeklong sea kayak tours, and multi-sport tours in southern Dalmatia.