Immerse into the beautiful archipelago of island Molat on this SUP touring trip. Earlier SUP experience is recommended.
The best guide ever. Had so much fun. Oh, and the landscape is magical.
To take full advantage of this trip and itinerary it is recommended to have earlier SUP experience. Alternatively, this trip is ideal for people with high level of level of basic fitness who pick up sports very quickly.
On this day trip we chose the paddling itinerary based on your fitness level and the sea state. We either head out to secluded bays Brgulje, check out the cave, small pebblestone beach and picturesque fishing village. Alternatively we hop over to the other side of the island and paddle in beautiful Jazi bay with it's turqoise waters. We do a short island crossing to a nearby uninhabite island named after donkeys that were traditionally kept there
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays from April until October
4-5 hours on Stand Up Paddle Board including swimming/snorekling/cliff jumping breaks
60EUR per person for a group of 2
Touring SUP and all support gear (buoyancy aid, paddle, leash, dry bag)
Nautical map of the area
Canoeing Ireland certified guide for the day’s paddling
Food and drinks (picnic food for the day)
Boat ticket Zadar-Molat-Zadar (return ticket is around 10EUR per person)
Tips for the guide
Beginner to intermediate fitness level is recommended. No prior SUP experience is needed.
You can think of beginner fitness as ability to walk for 3 hours on flat terrain.
We start the day trip in our base in Lučina bay with an introduction course to Stand Up Paddle boarding. After initial session on dry land we practice some skills on the board with fun and easy games. We then head to nearby cliffs, a cave and/or a secluded nearby cove. Expect a fun and enjoyable paddle.
Start point for this trip is Zadar Town. Finish point is Gaženica harbour (or Zadar Old Town – depending on which day you travel).
You meet our guide in Molat harbour as you get off the catamaran from Zadar.
Note that Molat is the first stop after boarding in Zadar.
Final meeting time, your boat connections and name of the guide will be confirmed via email when booking the trip.
To get to the meeting point just need to hop on the public ferry to Molat operated by Jadrolinija. See connections below.
Tuesday and Thursday at 11.00h and Sunday at 8.00h from Zadar Old Town.
*Tickets for ferry can be purchased one hour before the departure time in Jadrolinija ticketing office (100m from where the boat deaparts) and literally 5 minutes by foot from most locations in Zadar Old Town. Return ticket is around 10EUR per person. You can buy only one way ticket and return ticket you can easily bay in Molat before your departure.
Recommended gear is:
Cash (there is no ATM on the islands and bars and restaurants accept only cash)
Picnic food for lunch (to complement our snacks and refreshments)
Hat (to reduce sun exposure)
Water shoes (for exit on sharp rocks)
Running shoes (for an optional hike)
Swimming gear (for kayaking)
Spare clothes (to change to after kayaking for the ride back to Zadar)
To book this trip drop us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and fill out the booking form.