TRIP TO KORNATI NATIONAL PARK
We offer our clients an opportunity to visit the most beautiful part of the Croatian Adriatic – Kornati National Park. This archipelago was declared a national park in 1980 and as such has been protected since. Kornati islands have always been the crown jewels of that part of Croatia and the world. The total area of the park is around 220 square kilometres and the archipelago comprises 140 islands, small islands, and reefs. Only one quarter of that area is land, while the rest of it is the sea ecosystem abundant in natural and cultural peculiarities. The vertical cliffs of the ‘crown’ of Kornati islands, facing the high seas, make the most popular phenomenon of the national park. These are also habitats of endangered species.
The trip to Kornati National Park on the ship ‘LEUT’ sets sail from Zadar at 08.30 from ‘USKOK’ sailing club, or from the city at 09.00. The voyage route towards the national park leaves Zadar and follows through the channel between the islands of Pašman and Ugljan, continuing through Vela Proversa. During slow navigation passengers can enjoy the virgin nature and numerous Kornati islands. On its return voyage, the ship sails through Mala Proversa and around noon arrives on the Lavdara Island, where passengers can have a break for an hour and a half out of season, or three hours in season, including swimming in the crystal-clear sea. Lunch is served on board. If the voyage takes place out of season, the ship berths in Sali for an hour and a half. The arrival in Zadar takes place around 17.00 hours.
- voyage on an excursion ship
- welcome drink with biscuits
- ham and cheese sandwich
- entrance ticket for the Kornati National Park
- lunch (grilled fish or meat accompanied by a side-dish – potato salad or lettuce salad) and a drink (fruit juice or wine)
- professional guide
- trip organization and deposit