Kayak Tour On Dugi Otok - Full Day - Zadar

From USD 90.04
Per Person
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Tour Information

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  • Duration: 11 Hrs
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  • Departure Time :
    15.04. - 31.05. & 01.10. - 15.10. - only on Friday (10am) and Sunday (9am) 01.06. - 19.07. & 27.08. - 30.09. -  Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri at 10am                               .. read more
  • Departure Details :
    Ferry port Gaženica, Zadar
  • Cancellation Policy :
    Cancel up to 2 days in advance for a full refund


Discover the rugged, lush paradise of Dugi Otok on this full-day kayaking tour from Zadar. With its white sands, sheer cliffs, secret bays and diverse wildlife, Dugi Otok is the perfect destination to explore, unwind and have some fun.

Know More about this tour

On this full-day kayaking excursion youll experience the natural beauty of Dugi Otok, a rugged island located to the west of Zadar.

When you arrive, a van will transfer you to the bay, where the kayaking adventure begins. During the tour youll encounter secret bays, numerous sea caves and soaring cliffs.

Later, when you return to the starting point youll be transferred to the north of island, where youll have lunch. Afterwards, youll paddle your kayak to a sunken ship, which offers a spectacular snorkeling experience.

The final part of the tour is spent at the white sandy beach of Sakarun, where you can relax, swim and play the local game of picigin a real treat for all.


  • Ferry tickets and van transfers
  • Local guide (ACA certified)
  • Full sea kayaking gear
  • Dry bag for personal belongings
  • Insurance


  • Meals & Drinks

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Be sure to bring a towel, swimsuit, sun protection,extra shirt, food and drinks (there is the option of eating at a camp restaurant for around 10)

If guide is in Zadar on a day of the tour, he will contact you day before for transfer to ferry port. If not, you have to come to ferry port by yourself (car, public transport, walk,...)

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