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Stand up paddling - 3 Island SUP 7 day guided trip

Trip Overview

$1,090.00 /person

Discover remote islands around Zadar, snorkel in crystal-clear waters, chill out on pebble stone beach and SUP in turquoise waters. Discover islets, reefs, beaches, coves, cliffs and caves. Get away from main traveler routes and spend a day in nature. Observe the horizon from a rock on one of the small islands, and then jump to the sea. Use a SUP as a platform to discover islands, reefs, beaches and coves. Swimming, diving, trekking, cycling and water polo are just some of the possible trip extensions (depending on your preference).

The trip's itinerary can easily be adjusted to fit seasoned athletes as well as beginners, and there is a minimum of 2 people and maximum of 10 people per group.

Highlights

- Explore picturesque islands and fisherman villages in Zadar archipelago
- SUP in turqoise waters and discover islets, reefs, beaches, coves, cliffs and caves
-Enjoy a flexible route with paddling from 4k to 25k per day
-Escape the main tourist strips and explore Croatia off the beaten path and its picturesque islands and fisherman villages
-Swim and snorkel in crystal-clear seas

Includes
6 nights accommodation in local family run accommodaiton on Molat
6 nights breakfast
3 days dinner (dinners or lunch)
5 days guided SUP and trekking trip
Shuttle transport on island Molat
Fully equipped SUPs (paddle, life jacket, dry bag)
Bicycles for our SUP-cycling day

Excludes
Return ferry ticket between Zadar and Molat
Drinks and remaining meals
Tips

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

Recommended:

• 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-liter 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
• Snorkeling gear (they have a few spare pairs of goggles)

Fully equipped SUPs (SUP paddle, life jacket, dry bag) and Bicycles for our SUP-cycling day are provided

Best time to travel: June to August is normally 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