Sailing is one of the greatest ways to explore the Greek islands, Croatian coastlines, and deep blue Mediterranean waters. Enjoy the powerful, yet peaceful, ride between destinations, explore historical sites, uninhabited islands, blue caves, and lively towns. Stop in towns to experience the local cuisine and fresh seafood and enjoy freshly cooked food on the boat in beautiful bays. Whether you’re most excited to explore coves and bays on kayaks or standup paddle boards, snorkel and swim, exploring towns and cultural sites or all of the above, we look forward to crafting a perfect, rejuvenating, once in a lifetime trip for you!
The best way to explore the Greek Islands and Croatian Coast!
Snorkel and swim in beautiful crystal clear water.
Explore Roman ruins and a multitude of culturally rich ports and towns.
Truly relax and enjoy the ability to set your pace each day.
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Croatia has 2000km of idyllic and ruggedly beautiful coastline in the Adriatic sea. Sail through the turquoise waters and hundreds of islands while you explore Roman ruins, small coastal villages, local cafes and unique architecture. Explore the southern Dalmatian islands, the Peljesac Peninsula, and many other beautiful places. Bask in the sun, dive into clear warm waters, and enjoy a slower pace of life on the water.
Sail the deep-blue waters of the Mediterranean, explore isles, visit traditional whitewashed villages, and explore Greek ruins. There is a great reason sailing has been part of Greek life for ages, it’s the best way to travel along the coast and visit villages and islands. Stay in crystal clear bays, enjoy the warm breeze in your hair, as you enjoy the pristine beauty of the ocean and the lively culture of coastal greek villages.
HUMAN OUTREACH PROJECT
One of World Wide Trekking’s founding principles is giving back to the places we travel. Through our sister non-profit, Human Outreach Project, we are making a difference in lives around the globe, and connecting trekkers with voluntourism opportunities in local communities.
Although we don’t have projects in this part of the world, there are always opportunities to get involved and find a meaningful way to engage with the local community. We would love to talk to you about custom voluntourism and humanitarian opportunities that you can incorporate into your WWTrek trip. The find out more, go to HumanOutreachProject.org or contact us.
Late spring to early fall (March – October) is the sailing season in the Mediterranean. We prefer spring and fall over summer due to smaller crowds and lighter winds.
U.S. Citizens are not required to obtain a visa for travel in Croatia or Greece. You will need a passport valid for more than six months after your trip. Make two copies of your passport. Leave one at home and bring the other with you in case of an emergency. Ensure you provide a color copy of your passport to WWTrek, 90-days prior to your departure date. Always carry two extra passport photos when you travel.
As in many parts of the world, gratuities are a symbol of a job well done. In addition to recognizing service people such as taxi drivers, restaurant, and hotel personnel, we also acknowledge our staff with a gratuity.
You should plan to tip any service person that helps you, 10% for taxi drivers and restaurant staff is the norm. Check to see that a gratuity is not already included in the bill.
Remember, if tipping in US dollars, when calculating the exchange rate, be careful not to tip too much. As you know, tipping is your option and a reflection of the quality of service you receive.
WWTrek Staff: At the trails-end, you will have the opportunity to contribute to a group tipping pool that will be presented as we say our goodbyes.