Our weeklong sea kayaking tours, Island Hopping, Paddle Dalmatia, and Mljet Island/ Zaton Bay give you a true taste of Adriatic island life. You’ll enjoy crystal clear seas, plenty of sunshine, and a rich cultural heritage. Kayak tours include cave swimming, snorkeling, cliff-jumping, and Mediterranean cuisine in family-owned seaside restaurants. You’ll paddle to uninhabited islands, cycle past Renaissance villas set in Tuscan-like landscapes and hike goat trails scented with wild lavender and rosemary. Multi-sport tours, Best of Balkans, Pedal & Paddle Mljet, and Montenegro Mountains & Sea, feature white water rafting Europe’s longest, deepest gorge, hiking in coastal and alpine national parks, and village to village cycling. Active vacationers find the laid-back atmosphere, warm Adriatic climate, and connection to the sea truly satisfying.
The rich selection of multi-day tours in 2020 offers a greater range of activities, island and mountain settings, and accommodation. Accommodation on most tours is B & Bs chosen for their local character, however, the range spans from full-service hotels to camping under the stars and log cabin mountain bungalows. Our classic 4 night Short Break kayak tour is a condensed version of Island Hopping and our new in 2020 Weekender Getaway Tour is a 2 to 3-night activity-filled weekend escape full of sunshine and sea.
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...
Short Break: The Elafiti Archipelago
Like our weeklong Island Hopping tour, Short Break/ Island Hopping Condensed offers the beauty of the Elafiti Archipelago, geared for travelers on a tighter timeline. This condensed Island Hopping tour features 3 days of activity and 4 nights on car-free Lopud Island. We board a 1960s era ferry to the Elaﬁti Islands. The Elaﬁti Islands are a group of 13 islands north of Dubrovnik, a quiet little oasis of untouched nature. Only three of the islands are inhabited…..
Best of Balkans: Croatia and Montenegro
New in 2014, our two-country Best of Balkans Tour brings together the best sea kayaking in the region, Croatia's Adriatic islands, and the best of the region’s mountains and river cut canyons, all packed into one week. spend 3 days paddling Croatia’s southern coast and Elafiti islands: visit three UNESCO designated world heritage
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...