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This should really read why not sail Croatia with Contiki. Our Croatia Sailing trips are some of our best loved Contiki experiences, because there’s really nothing not to love. Setting sail on one of our traditional sailing motor boats, you’ll spend your time with an incredible group of new friends exploring the inexplicably beautiful Adriatic sea and Dalmatian coastline, stopping off in UNESCO listed cities like Dubrovnik, party isles like Hvar, but also tiny little coves off uninhabited and utterly breathtaking islands. Plus, you’ll be accompanied every step of the way by a knowledgeable Trip Manager who will get you orientated in each new destination you visit, not to mention a crew who will whip you up the tastiest and freshest on-board meals...when you’re not off exploring new lands that is.


Honestly, it’s pretty nice. All of our exclusive ‘A class’ boats come with a big deck area on top for sunbathing, plus heaps of social areas with seating, and we also have a Premium Boat option on the Croatia Island Escape, which is the nicest of the lot (and comes with air-conditioned cabins). We then give you a chance to choose where you want to sleep on the boat, based on your budget. Our ‘on or above deck’ cabins have a door that opens to the outside, so they are a little cooler in the height of summer, and are a little more expensive. Our ‘below deck’ cabins are the cheaper option; these have a roof port hole and door that opens to the inside of the boat. All cabins are twin-share, or you can opt for your own at an extra cost.


Again, this is all dependent on where you’re travelling to. For trips to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands, a backpack will be your best bet. Oversized suitcases or metal framed backpacks are a no-go due to luggage limitations, but you can bring a smaller bag to pack for the Galapagos, leaving your main suitcase at the hotel in Guayaquil to collect on return.

On our Australia trips which include sailing and/or 4-wheel drive trips, there is a super small luggage space so again, make sure you bring along a small bag to transfer your essentials into. Your regular luggage will be stored back at base.

On European ski trips and New Zealand trips with a ski option you have the option to bring one pair of skis and ski boots, to show off your pro skiing skills.

Other than what's mentioned above, travelling with a backpack or suitcase is totally up to you. Weigh up the pros and cons of each here.



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