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Explore Croatia's adventurous side with Sail Croatia

6th March 2013 Print

Bring the holidays alive and book a trip guaranteed to offer fun, laughter and adventure in the sun. Providing great-value, lively holidays around hot spot Croatia, Sail Croatia is the only company to offer adventure excursions in this part of the world. With optional activities starting from just £12 and including kayaking, white-water rafting and buggy safaris, these active trips are sure to keep thrill-seeking travellers on a high from start to finish without breaking the bank.

Small ship specialist Sail Croatia has got a jam-packed itinerary for the carefree, venturesome types looking to explore the amazing islands between Split and Dubrovnik from just £288 per person. In addition to snorkelling, socialising and sunbathing on board a Navigator cruise, independent travellers can also take advantage of the vast array of activities on offer, including: 

Kayaking Adventures

To see Korcula from a different perspective, how about taking a kayak around the island to explore its secret caves and stunning coastline? A local instructor will guide kayakers around this beautiful destination to discover Croatia's best bits, which can only be reached by sea. Prices start from £12 for 90 minutes.

River Rafting

Grab an oar and kick start the holiday with three bumpy hours of white-water rafting down the Cetina river. Navigate through rapids, waterfalls, canyons and hidden caves as the Cetina runs from the hinterlands, through the mountains and into the coastal town of Omis. Prices start from £29 for three hours.

Buggy Safari

Get off the beaten track and jump on a buggy for a safari around Korcula's vineyards and beaches. This unique tour allows travellers to experience parts of the island most visitors don't get to see. There's also snorkelling gear thrown in, perfect for cooling off in the Adriatic Sea. Prices start from £35 for two hours.

There's also the option to go on a discovery dive from £36, venture around the vineyards of Hvar on a wine tasting tour from £18, take guided day trips to neighbouring Balkan States including Mostar, Bosnia and Montenegro from £45 and join a Dubrovnik walking tour from £11.

The ideal holiday for young people in need of an injection of adventure, Sail Croatia's Navigator route is a sociable, cool way to explore Croatia's turquoise bays, wild rivers and bustling towns. Sailing from Split to Dubrovnik, this seven-night trip makes its way around lively ports and islands, stopping off each day for an exciting optional activity. Prices start from £288 per person on board a standard ship for selected departures in May, which includes accommodation in a twin cabin, breakfast, lunch and an expert tour guide who is on hand to point out the best swimming spots and top party venues.

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