Offerings for Cruise Ship Passengers
Kayak with Our Knowledgable Guides: Make Your Stop in Dubrovnik Memorable
Travel with us to discover the cultural textures, lush landscapes, unique marine life and rich history of Dubrovnik and the surrounding islands. AKT experts are from the area, in addition to being skilled kayakers and nature guides; they are well versed in local history, culture and folklore. Because tour groups are small, we offer a highly personalized experience tailored to each group’s goals.
What to Bring
Kayak Tours: Bring a bottle of drinking water and sun protection (sunscreen hat, sunglasses). A towel, camera, and money are optional. Wear a bathing suit with clothes over. AKT supplies all of your kayak and snorkeling gear, including aqua shoes for kayaking, swimming, and walking on the rocky shoreline. We supply dry bags for your personal items (wallet, camera, clothes, towel, and phone), which stay dry in your dry bag stored in your kayak bulkhead compartments while you are kayaking.
Bike Tours: Bring a bottle of drinking water and sun protection. Dress in cotton shorts and T-shirt or athletic wear; sturdy sandals or sneakers for footwear.
Bring Croatian currency (Kuna) if you want to purchase food or drinks while kayaking or cycling.
Zaton Bay 1/2 Day Custom Kayak Tour
Activity Level: Easy, 8 km
Just 10 km north of Dubrovnik, Zaton Bay is a place of natural beauty and tranquility. The deep bay, surrounded by mountain ridges, offers calm seas and natural protection from Dalmatia’s characteristic coastal winds and busy motor boat traffic surrounding Old City- the perfect place to start paddling.
Paddle across the bay to a sea side cafe for a cold drink; to a private cove just outside the bay to swim, snorkel and cliff-jump, or to near-by Daksa Island for a taste of the open sea.
Koločep Island - Cliffs and Caves Custom Tour
Activity Level: Moderate, 15 km
Kayakers who venture to Koločep are rewarded with a sweeping vista of steep cliffs that rise abruptly from the sea, revealing dramatic wind-carved caves. Visit the islandʼs two small settlements, hike its shady walking trails, and paddle to an unforgettable lunch in a charming seaside restaurant on the island.