Adriatic Sea Kayaking Week
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Last updated: 04/13/2010
Spend your holidays kayaking on two remote islands Vis and Bisevo, where you will explore beauty of Croatia's coastline, visit caves and swim & snorkel in crystal Adriatic Sea.
Airport â Split â VisTransfer from the airport to the town Vis on the island of Vis, accommodation, and dinner.
Vis- the Green cave â Rukavac (paddling distance = 16 km)n the morning we set off in kayaks from the port of Vis to the lighthouse Stoncica. We stop for a short break and swim in the sandy bay Smokova. Then we continue rowing to the small island of Ravnik where we enter the Green cave in our kayaks. Shortly after this visit we come to the small village Rukavac for a lunch and accommodation.
Rukavac â small bay Stiniva â rocket base â Komiza (paddling distance = 19 km)We paddle along the wild southern side of the island to Stiniva, one of the most ravishing small bays in the Adriatic. We rest on the pebbly beach surrounded by high cliffs, which create sea gate, not more than a few meters wide. After Stiniva we go to the cape Stupisce where we visit a deserted rocket base, underground tunnels and blockhouses and where we have a lunch. After lunch we enter Komiza, the old fisherman's port on the southwestern part of the island. Accommodation is in Komiza.
Around the island by vanWe drive around the island by van and visit its sights. We visit the fishing museum, have lunch and relax...
Komiza â the Blue cave â the Bear cave â Porat (paddling distance = 18 km)he next two days we spend in the local waters of the island of BiÅ¡evo that has no more than 15 permanent inhabitants. We row to the Blue cave, the best-known sea cave at the Adriatic. After we visit the cave, we consume our packed lunch and continue rowing to the Bear's cave, which spreads 96 meters deep into the centre of the island. At the end of that cave there is a small beach, one of the last sanctuaries of the monk seal, an animal that is probably extinct today. Accommodation is in the village Porat on Bisevo.
Porat â the beach Izvori â Komiza (paddling distance = 12 km)
While the whole group is still asleep, Dado and Pino, two fishermen from Komiza, throw the net so we could have fresh fish for lunch. Then we leave Porat in our kayaks and meet the fishing boat to help them lift their fishnets. The catch is almost always sufficient to prepare lunch after the rowing to pebbly beach Izvori in the bay of Komiza. Accommodation is in Komiza.â¨â¨
Komiza â Vis â Split â AirportTransfer from Komiza to the airport.
- Extras -
- MEAL PLAN
1 welcome dinner
1 packed lunch
6 nights â€' private accommodation
- DAG kayaks â€' Miwok or Biwok
- life jackets
- waterproof containers for personal things
- snorkeling gear
All the equipment is included in price.
In case of bad weather that make it impossible to paddle, as an alternative we prepared non-sea activities. These activities and transfers are included in the price and are listed below:â€¨
Transfer to the northern side of the island and the village OkljuÄna. One-hour trekking to the Queenâ€s cave, visit to the cave and lunch. â€¨â€¨
Transfer to the inland of the island. Visit to the deserted military underground complex and the former commanding centre, lunch and visit to the highest peak of the island.
SCHEDULE OF DEPARTURES
May 23 - May 30, 2009 ---------655â¬
May 30 - June 6, 2009 ---------655â¬
June 06 - June 13, 2009-------655â¬
June 13 - June 20,2009---------655â¬
June 20 - June 27, 2009-------655â¬
June 27 - July 04, 2009--------655â¬
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