Experience the unique world of Zadar's surroundings and walk the paths that lead through pristine nature. Whether you choose the Paklenica National Park at the foot of the Velebit Mountain or the islands of Ugljan and Pašman, you will get to experience and explore beautiful destinations. In addition to the walking, enjoy the beautiful scenery covered with pine forests and lush Mediterranean vegetation, discover the occasional forgotten bay where you can swim, experience the scents of nature and the magnificent view of the Kornati islands and the archipelago of Zadar. Local residents you will meet along the way, the olive trees, rosemary and lavender fields, vineyards and fig trees that you will see represent an experience that will certainly leave an unforgettable mark on you for the rest of your life.
Most of our programs are designed so that every healthy person in average fitness condition can enjoy them. The programs take place on such terrains where the use of technical equipment (ropes, cables, etc.) is not required. We offer the following trekking programs:
Ugljan - Sunset at the top of the island
The trip begins by taking the ferry from Zadar to Preko on the island of Ugljan. With shorter stops for panoramic viewing, we reach the highest peak on the island of Ugljan, St. Michael's, at 263 meters. A former medieval Benedictine monastery from the 12th century, which later served as a Venetian fortress that was used for defensive purposes, is located right above Preko. Although in ruins, now it is a hidden excursion site that offers a breathtaking view of the city of Zadar, as well as the many islands of the archipelago, and the Kornati National Park.
With unforgettable views of the entire surroundings, you will enjoy the spectacular sunset, when daylight turns into shades of red and blue and the mighty fiery sun sets directly into the sea. Upon return you will be able to enjoy the night view of the city of Zadar and the play of many lights in the coastal towns and villages.
|Excursion duration:||2 - 4 hours|
|Price:||50 EUR /per person|
Included in price:
ride by ferry to the island, a professional tour leader, a light lunch (sandwiches and fruit), free photos from the trip
The minimum number of participants per tour is 4 and the maximum 14 .
National Park Paklenica – Following the traces of Winnetou
We start the trip by driving from Zadar to Starigrad, located at the foot of the Velebit Mountain. After a shorter stop for panoramic viewing of Starigrad, we will arrive to the entrance of Paklenica National Park, where our walking adventure begins. After a 2 hour walk through the canyon of Velika Paklenica, we'll reach the Paklenica mountain hut (Planinarski dom, at 480 meters), and take a 30 minute break, suitable for eating a light lunch. After the break and time for relaxing, we'll climb through the shade of 100 year old forests to a height of 500-600 meters, and then descend the hill through old abandoned villages until we reach a plateau with a view of the entire canyon, and the Anića Kuk cliff (712 meters). This location is known for the "Big Wall Speed Climbing", a competition which takes place every year in May. Finally, we'll take an easy walk along the canyon, by the creek, and head back to reception of the National park, where our transportation will be waiting.
|Excursion duration:||4 - 6 hours|
|Lenght:||5 - 6 km|
|Price:||60 EUR / per person|
Included in price:
air-conditioned van transportation, a professional tour leader, a ticket for the Paklenica National Park, a light lunch (sandwiches and fruit), free photos from the trip
The minimum number of participants is 6 and the maximum is 14.
- 8 or more people - 15%
- children 10 to 16 years old - 30%
The tour organizer is not responsible for lost, damaged or missing items. Children from the age of 10 can participate only if accompanied by parents. To reduce the possibility of injury please be careful on the paved walking trails (rocks, gravel). Our agency has contracted an insurance policy with the “Generali” insurance company, which covers insurance against accidents (more information under "General Terms").
Required equipment for all trekking tours:
We recommend leisure time equipment suitable for the season and the location of the program. Quality and comfortable trekking or sport shoes closed up to the ankles are obligatory for hiking. Clothing should be comfortable and breathable. For programs at sea and in the mountains, we recommend light backup shoes (because of changing after the program). We also recommend walking sticks in the mountains and equipment for swimming in the islands. It is required for each person to have rain equipment (light raincoat), sunscreen (cream and sun glasses), and at least 2 liters of water per person.