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What to pack for a kayaking tour?

Carefully check through all essential items listed below to make your trip as enjoyable as possible. The dress code on Croatian Islands is more relaxed than on the mainland. Avoid cotton items as much as possible because they lack warmth and take forever to dry once they are wet.

Our kayaks are designed for longer expeditions to carry a large amount of equipment but they do have their limitations. You will have an opportunity to paddle both single or double kayaks on your trip (notify us before the trip). We provide all necessary paddling and safety equipment.

All guides are equipped with rescue equipment and well appointed first aid.

  • tent
  • lightweight and compact sleeping bag
  • matt
  • 2 pairs of short
  • 2 pair of lightweight pants
  • 2 long sleeve shirts
  • 3-4 short sleeve shirts
  • 1 long sleeve shirt for sun protection while paddling(preferably white color). Lycra rash vest is also suitable
  • 1 sweater or sweatshirt
  • 1 lightweight waterproof jacket
  • 1 lightweight fleece jacket
  • 2-3 pairs of lightweight socks
  • 3 to 4 pairs of underwear
  • sandals or paddle booties (eg.Teva) when kayaking or on the beach
  • running shoes or preferably a lightweight hiking boot
  • headlamp with extra batteries
  • sunglasses (polarised) with a retainer or string to prevent the loss
  • waterproof sun cream
  • insect repellent (just in case)
  • small towel (fast drying material)
  • Swimming gear
  • Snorkeling gear (mask and snorkel only, or swimming goggles)
  • Small blowup pillow
  • One liter water bottle (cyclist bottles recommended)
  • A wide-brimmed hat with a chin strap to keep on the wind or any other type of sun hat
  • Small daypack, a bum bag is good for holding things like glasses, sunscreen, and other small personal items while paddling or day walking
  • A small dry-bag or a waterproof case like Pelican for keeping the camera and handy valuables while paddling
  • Minimal personal toiletries (biodegradable salt water soap may be desired)
  • Do not forget your medications!

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