Canoeing, Kayaking, Rafting
With eight National Parks and nearly a dozen protected areas and Nature Parks, not to mention islands, rivers, mountains, rolling hills and placid seas, Croatia is a kayaker's delight.
The summers are typically warm and sunny, and the sea and rivers are friendly, with temperatures comfortable for hiking, paddling, and swimming, from May to October.
The five to seven days long trips listed here include locations such as Dubrovnik, NP Plitvice Lakes, NP North Velebit, NP Paklenica, NP Krka River, rivers Mreznica, Krupa, Zrmanja and Cetina, area of Zadar where you can leave your mark - make a contribution to research and conservation of bottlenose dolphins...more
The best period for cycling in Croatia is late spring (end of April till end of June) and early autumn (end of August till end October) - then it is not extremely hot, there is not too much traffic, and if you did not pre-book accommodation, you should still find it without much trouble, as it is outside of the main tourist season. Summer temperatures vary from 22°C to 26°C in the continental part of the country, 15°C to 20°C in mountain regions and 26°C to 30°C in the coastal region. Whether peacefully cycling along country roads or opting for a more demanding mountain biking trip, Croatia is definitely cycle-friendly. A cycler will value Croatia's beautiful, varied landscapes, challenging climbs with rewarding vistas, and paved roads perfect for exploring the countryside.
The tours offered here are from three to seven days long, on attractive locations - the coast between Dubrovnik and Split, Dalmatian islands, the mountainous background of Biograd na moru and... more
Croatia is truly a sailor's paradise - that is, if you like calm winds, blue seas and countless islands. The islands of Croatia, 1246 in all (someone did count, after all), include almost all the islands along the east and central coast of the Adriatic and are the second largest group of islands in the Mediterranean. This beautiful 5790 km of coastline is one of the most indented coastlines in the world. Sea currents in the Adriatic are warm and run along the Croatian coast from south to north, and back down the Italian coast from north to south. The change in tides is not extreme. The Croatian coast of the Adriatic Sea is considered the cleanest sea in Europe.
According to your experience and prior training, you may choose from a range of courses of various levels and skills, for absolute beginners as well as for experinced sailors wishing to improve themselves. Basic training program and RYI courses are... more
Scuba diving holidays in Croatia - SSI courses and excursions in Biograd
Looking for an unforgettable scuba diving vacation, Biograd is definitely a great choice. The diving season in Croatia is from May through November. In our area, the mid Adriatic, visibility is more than 40m, with minimal tides of 0,5m. The wave height runs from 0,5m to 1,5m, with mostly weak currents. Discover our underwater treasures on your diving holiday in Dalmatia - wrecks, caves, reefs, corals and different kind of fish, gorgonias or sponges.
We can organize a wide range of scuba services, diving courses or introductory dives even for absolute beginners, as well as advanced and speciality courses, dive excursions, scuba gear renting, as well as accommodation and airport transfers from Zadar or Split. more
Croatia, a mountainous and coastal Mediterranean country, is rich in various species of birds, many of which are rare and endangered in Europe. As Croatia straddles over the central and partially over the west European migration corridor, intense migrations, especially those of raptors, take place in most of the coastal regions in spring and in autumn. The Adriatic coast is also an important wintering area for many of species. The protected areas of the coast are of special interest, Nature Park Velebit, Nature Park Vransko Lake, National Park Paklenica, ornithological reserve Velo and Kolansko blato on the island of Pag, and the territory of the river Zrmanja, therefore we have chosen exactly these areas for this particular guided tour program presented here.
Tours tailored to your exact needs and wants, regarding the length of a tour, number of participants and/or alternative Croatian birding destinations, are available by request. Savor the rare opportunity of spotting most of the rare Mediterranean species on a small area, in the attractive and wild surroundings of the Adriatic coast, on a birdwatching tour during 7 days in Croatian National and Nature Parks. Reasons to bird in Croatia are, amongst others are Rock Partridge, Eleonora's Falcon, Griffon Vulture, Sombre Tit, Black-headed Bunting, Olive-tree Warbler, Short-toed Eagle... more