Our weeklong sea kayaking tours, Island Hopping and Paddle Dalmatia, and our 4
Our Montenegro: Mountains and Sea Tour gives you a flavor of two distinct regions of Montenegro, kayaking in the
Island Hopping: The Elaﬁti Archipelago
Our most popular tour begins in Dubrovnik, the “Pearl of the Adriatic“. After visiting Stari Grad (Old City), a unique but chaotic and busy destination, we board a 1960s era Jadrolinija ferry to the Elaﬁti Island archipelago. The Elaﬁti Islands are a group of 13 islands north of Dubrovnik, a quiet little oasis of untouched nature...
Mljet Island and Zaton Bay: Paddler's Paradise
Already kayaked the Elafiti Islands and yearn for more Adriatic sea and sunshine? Our new 2019 tour splits time between Mljet Island, relatively unknown to kayakers, and Zaton Bay. Of Croatia's many islands, Mljet was designated a national park to protect its pristine nature. Circumnavigate Mljet’s national park by kayak. Transition to Zaton to kayak and SUP...
Paddle Dalmatia: Elafiti and Beyond
Paddle Dalmatia is an expedition style tour, a way to get to know the whole Dubrovnik region by kayak. We begin by paddling north from Zaton Bay, a beautiful narrow bay two kilometers long just outside of Dubrovnik, to Ston, the border of the old Dubrovnik Republic. Ston was built as a fortress town to defend Dubrovnik from northern invaders...
Best of Balkans: Croatia and Montenegro
New in 2014, our two-country Best of Balkans Tour brings together the best sea kayaking in the Adriatic and the best of the region’s mountains and rivers packed into one week. Kayak Croatia’s open sea and unpretentious Elafiti islands, visit three UNESCO designated world heritage
Pedal and Paddle Mljet: Natural Tranquility
Our most flexible and luxurious tour package makes its base on Mljet, the legendary island where Homer’s Odysseus spent seven years on his epic journey home from the Trojan War. Today, visitors are drawn to this densely forested island’s extraordinary beauty and tranquility...
Vis Island: Outer Limits
Join us on this kayak adventure around Vis Island, Croatia’s most distant inhabited island. Still relatively unknown as a tourist destination, tiny Vis Island has a rich history, having served as the Adriatic outpost to many great empires and nations: Greece, Rome, Venice, Austria, France, England, and Italy...
Montenegro: Mountains and Sea
This tour features two distinct regions. Begin with sea level kayaking in the Bay of Kotor. Massive mountain slopes rise abruptly from the sea. The coastline is dotted with historic villages, including two UNESCO World Heritage sites, the medieval walled city of Kotor and picturesque Perast. Your home base is a restored seaside villa in Lepetane at the bay’s
Short Break: The Elafiti Archipelago
Too busy to devote an entire week to kayak touring in Europe? Or do you simply crave a long weekend getaway filled with