Discover remote islands around Zadar, snorkel in crystal clear waters, chill out at pebble stone beach and kayak to a shipwreck. All from a picturesque village. Get away from main traveller routes and spend a day in nature. Paddle in shallow tourquise waters, chill out on white pebblestones, paddle past cliffs and a shipwreck. Or just observe the horizon from a rock on one of the small islands, and then jump to the sea. Join us for this small group travel and explore our home turf - 3 islands archipelago.
Trip itinerary for the kayaking day trip.
11.00h (8.00h on Sundays) - public passenger boat departs Zadar from Old Town port
11.50h (8.50h on Sundays) - you arrive to Molat and our guide greets you as you get of the public passenger boat
12.30h after introduction to sea kayaking we head out to the islands (depending on weather conditions). We visit beaches, different islands and have a picnic lunch (not included).
16.30h (19.00h on Sundays) - we finish in one of Molat's port and you have free time to get back on the ferry for Zadar (finishing time depends on the ferry time table)
*This itinerary serves as approximate guide as the aim of the tour is to give you an authentic Croatian adventure. The route may change during the trip to take the advantage of any possible opportunity, such as the weather conditions or according to the groupʼs preferences. Please note that weather conditions, transport delays and other factors may influence the itinerary.
Age range, type of group
•Small group ensures personal service
•Informative, friendly and professional guide
•Age from 10-80
The trip's itinerary can easily be adjusted to fit seasoned athletes as well as beginner paddlers, and there is a minimum of 2 people and maximum of 10 people per group.
Sleeping and meals
•Professional guide for day's kayaking
•Touring kayaks (single or double) with all supporting gear (sprey decks, life jackets, dry bags)
•Nautical map of the area
What's Not Included
•Return ferry ticket between Zadar and Molat (around 15 Euros per person)
•Drinks and remaining meals
Know Before You Go
Guests are encouraged to try and make the booking at least 72 hours before departure.
• 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 (for kayaking)
• Snorkeling gear (we have a few spare pairs of goggles)