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Sea kayaking 3 islands - 4 day guided trip

Trip Overview

$570.00 /person

Use a kayak as a platform to discover literally tens of islands, reefs, beaches and coves. Swimming, diving, trekking, cycling and waterpolo are just some of the trip extensions. Physical fitness: Trip itinerary is easily adjusted to fit seasoned athletes as well as beginner paddlers. Accomodations: You will stay in one of the beautifully restored old houses, new and cozy appartments operated by local families. Each room has its own private bathroom. Beds are normally double, with a few twin beds. Food: Try local island variant of brudet, pašticada, peka or grilled fish specialties. There is an opportunity to add additional activities to the itinerary: cycling, waterpolo, deep water solo, SUP

What's included:

• 3 nights accommodation in local family run accommodation on Molat
• 3 days breakfast
• 1 day dinner
• 3 days guided kayaking, cycling and walking trip
• Shuttle transport on island Molat
• Fully equipped sea kayaks (paddles, spray decks, life jackets)
• Bicycle rental (Giant hard tail 17’ and 19’ bikes)

Not included:

Activities in the itinerary but not included in the price:
• Return ferry ticket between Zadar and Molat (around 15 Euros per person)
• Drinks and remaining meals
• Tips

Optional activities not a part of this itinerary but can be added (upfront notice is much appreciated):
• Wine and cheese tasting with a well known local sommelier
• Expect a combination of unique local grape varieties (2 reds and 2 whites); local cheeses (goat, sheep and cow cheeses); local honey, jams and dried fruits. (35 Euros per person)
• Honey tasting. Introduction to beekeeping and honey tasting by a local beekeeper. (20 Euros per person)

  • Departure Months: April, May, June, July, August, September, October
  • Duration: Extended Trip
  • Sport/Activity: Kayaking, Hiking, Snorkeling
  • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
  • Water Type: Open Water/Ocean
  • Services Available:
    • Guided
    • Route Planning
    • Gear Rental
  • Accommodations:
    • Bed & Breakfast
  • Group Rates: Yes


• Cash (there are no ATMs on the islands and cards sometimes don't work due to poor mobile signal)
• Specialized supplies if needed (there is a local shop with local vegetables and fruits and a small supermarket but no specialised stores for energy bars etc)
• hat (to reduce sun exposure)
•2 litre water bottle (you can also get plastic bottles from the shop)
• Water shoes (for exit on sharp rocks)
• Running shoes (for an optional hike)
• Swimming gear (for kayaking)
• Snorkeling gear (they have a few spare pairs of goggles)

Fully equipped Prion sea kayaks (paddles, spray decks, life jackets)

Best time to travel: June to August is normally the most popular time to visit. Air temperatures are in their 30s, sea temperatures in 20s and precipitation is normally lowest with only occasional one or half day summer storms with low and moderate winds.

April, May, September and October are preferred time to paddle with temperatures in mid 20s, sea slightly colder and moderate winds and waves. Normally ideal time for travelers who are fit or with some kayaking experience

Locations on this Trip