Spend a day touring Kornati National Park, one of the most magical places in Croatia.
This group of more than 100 islands and cliffs will seduce you at first sight as you ride along. Stop to swim and explore and enjoy an included breakfast and lunch.
Pack your swimsuits and towels and we will take care of everything else. Enjoy pristine nature, be a part of the beauty of this pearl of the Adriatic.
08:00 CET (Central European Time)
Visit the jewel of the Adriatic Sea on a full-day tour to Kornati National Park, departing from Zadar early in the morning where m/b “Barba Ive” awaits his guests.
Enjoy coffee & breakfast as you travel to the 109 islands that make up this breathtaking national park. Along the way, you’ll stop on Nature Park Telašćica to go swimming, tour an old village on the island, and visit the isolated famous salt lake Mir.
Then relax as you are taken on a tour around the park, checking up the dramatic karst-limestone formations that tower around you. In the middle of the day, you will get served traditional dalmatian launch; fish & meat with seasonal mixed salad which in combination with absolute winners among Dalmatian wines makes this tour an unforgettable experience.
If you are going with our organized shuttle bus transfer and want to leave your car in the city of Zadar, you can park car everywhere in old town if you find a free place. Price is about 5 – 10 kuna per hour.
Or you can park a car for free in street: Ulica Marka Marulića 4, Zadar. It is about 15min walking to the departure position.
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This archipelago consists of 140 islands covering an area of 114 square miles (300 square km), with most of it declared a National Park – and with its natural beauty, numerous coves, and crystal clear blue waters, it’s easy to see why.
George Bernard Shaw fell in love with the group of islands and said: “On the last day of Creation God desired to crown His work, and thus created the Kornati islands out of tears, stars and breath.”
We had a wonderful experience with this particular excursion. Salt lake is something significant to see and super recommended. Crews are super welcome and friendly, and fish mmm, I really started to like dalmatian cuisine.
Une excursion sympa à faire avec 3 escales dont une où l’on peut se baigner dans une mer turquoise, les paysages sont magnifiques. Sur le bateau la guide était gentille, elle nous a accueilli avec un petit verre de vodka à 8h du matin “ai! ai!”, par contre personne ne parle le francais, vers 10h on nous sert un sandwich et le repas du midi était simple mais bon (poisson ou côté de porc grillé).
After reading some of the negative reviews, my expectations were low. Totally unfounded, and I have no idea what people complained about. The breakfast sandwich was fresh – very fresh – you could tell that they had been made that morning. The trip took us to Kornati, where we stopped for lunch. We did not expect too much, however the lunch was great – a salad starter, grilled pork cutlet, grilled fish with potato, and water/orange squash/red or white wine. The scenery was great – and we really enjoyed ourselves.
Very nice boat trip! Good food, especially fish lots of wine (free drinks) i did my best pictures ever from islands we have enjoyed snorchling and diving in blue lagoon very very nice best regards BLAHUSKO
Lovely staff, great food and delicious wine. Put that together with the scenery of the islands, I absolutely recommend this trip. It’s far more than just value for money. To those who complained about food… I can’t see why. Sandwich for breakfast was lovely and if there is some left you can ask for another. For lunch you get offered to take more too. Free squash, red and white local wine and local rakija (schnapps). Free lovely coffee or juice/water! Even if it rained, we wouldn’t have cared. 🙂