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Full-Day Guided Biking and Kayaking Tour in Dubrovnik

  • Biking, hiking, and kayaking tour of the Adriatic Sea and islands off Dubrovnik
  • All equipment and instruction included
  • Kayak over to Šipan Island for a bike ride to lunch
Full-Day Guided Biking and Kayaking Tour in Dubrovnik
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Full-Day Guided Biking and Kayaking Tour in Dubrovnik
From USD 63.72
Bike along and kayak in the Adriatic Sea on this full-day tour from Dubrovnik. With your small group, board a ferry to Lopud Island, then kayak over to Šipan Island and bike to a seaside restaurant for lunch (own expense). Enjoy views of the Peljesac Peninsula and the outer Elafiti Islands while kayaking, biking, and dining. Leave the navigation and directions to your guide and simply enjoy yourself; no experience necessary.
What to Expect
Board the 10am ferry in Dubrovnik for the 50-minute ride to Lopud Island. Paddle in your kayak from Lopud to Šipan Island, the most remote of the three inhabited Elafiti Islands.
After paddling for an hour, arrive at a small fishing village on Šipan, where you, your group and professional guide will abandon kayaks for bicycles. Šipan has a rich and colorful history dating back to Ragusa’s 15th century Renaissance. A single 6 km long tarmac road bisects the island, connecting its two small villages.
Cycle past vineyards, aristocratic villas, olive groves, old stone churches, and lush landscape to Luka Šipanska (20-25 minute cycle), a simple fishing village nestled in a deep bay.
Lunch in Luka affords beautiful views of the outer uninhabited Elafiti Islands backed by the Pelješac Peninsula beyond. Pedal to the island’s small sandy beach on a peninsula for a swim in Luka Šipanska’s inland bay or venture into the open sea. After swimming, hiking, and lunch in Luka, cycle 20 minutes back to the kayaks for the 1-hour paddle back to Lopud and the ferry ride back to Dubrovnik.
Lunch, at a small restaurant in Luka Šipanska's serving the day's freshest catch, is one of the many highlights of the 8-hour tour. Lunch is not included in the tour's price.
Reviews (189)
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Reviewed 28 September 2018 via mobile
Good fun

Relaxed and easy going trip. Felt safe that the guide knew what they are doing. We had a double kayak with steering - we were provuded with a spray skirt, life jacket, wet shoes and bike helmets. Exercise was just enough. I was very slow...More

Thank Shirley14
Reviewed 30 August 2018
Wonderful way to explore a few islands and be active!

I loved spending the day with Ivan and the group. Traveling alone, I wasn't sure how it would be to join a group of other kayakers, but it was an awesome way to close out my trip in Croatia! The group of other visitors were...More

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank jherman2014
Reviewed 22 August 2018
A wonderfull Day: activity and relaxing 😎

The tour had everything we hoped for, exactly as described and Ivan was doing a good job. Both Ivan in the office and Ivan the guide. Thoug we had never been paddling before the trip to Sipad was no problem. After a short bike ride...More

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank susithorboell
Reviewed 15 August 2018

We were fetch by guide. I have booked through Viator Tours. We kayaked from one island to the other. Then we took a bike on the next island. We had a wonderful lunch on the island. We went snorkeling in the Blue Grotto. If you...More

Date of experience: July 2018
Thank alet030
Reviewed 7 August 2018 via mobile
A must do

If you are of moderate health/fitness then I can’t recommend this enough. We met Ivan and he gave us the details and tickets to board the ferry to the island (slight mix up with the tickets but was no issue). We met Spike who I...More

Thank jimmO1248DA
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Wesley A
2 October 2018|
Response from Thomas L | Reviewed this property |
Don’t really know because we did this in late April. Warm enough for me then (17 degrees Celsius) but I’m from Norway.
Donna K
3 May 2018|
Response from Thomas L | Reviewed this property |
Hi, ask the people there. They can surely adapt the trip according to experience or special wishes.