Krknjaši

OBLIVION IN THE BLUE LAGOON

Route: Čiovo (Okruk Donji) – Drvenik (Krknjaši) – Čiovo (Okruk Donji)
Price: 55 €
Number of participants: up to 10

The Krknjaši cove on the Drvenik island, surrounded with Veli Krknjaš and Mali Krknjaš islets, is a real tropical lagoon from the picture postcards. It is not far away from land but a world away from mainstream tourism. Well known to yachtsmen and captains of megayachts who love to cruise these unspoiled waters and enjoy the secluded beaches, little known outsiders. The 7 km trip from the peninsula Ciovo to Krknjaši will take you passed several small uninhabited islands and will give you a real taste of being at sea, of sea kayaking, while never being really far from land. We paddle 3 or 4 hours at most. The rest of the time you can swim on small, hidden, untouched beaches, paddle around freely, enjoy snorkeling, watch the nature, or just walk on the island. You do not need any special clothes or shoes, just common swimming equipment and hats for the sun protection. There are dry chambers in the kayaks, where you can put all the things that should be protected from water or salt, such as food, cameras, clothes etc. This trip is designed to those little more ambitious, who are ready for „ocean“ adventures.

It is possible to have a lunch in the restaurant in the Krknjaši lagoon on the island of Drvenik or it is necessary to bring own food. You must have enough drinking water.

Start of the trip: 09.30 AM
Length: cca 13 km
End of the trip: around 7 PM
Guide: yes
Paddling and safety equipment: yes
Equipment: sea kayak Prijon Excursion (double) or Touryak (single)
Paddling experience: yes
Transfer to Čiovo and back: yes
Transfer from Split: 8.30 P.M.
Meeting point: central bus station
Transfer from Trogir: 9.30 P.M.
Meeting point: “New wooden bridge”
Insurance: yes
Included: snorkeling equipment, fruit snack, water

If the weather is bad, the trip will be postponed or the money will be refunded.

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