Useful tips

How to get here

The easiest way to get to Šibenik is to fly into Split or Zadar airport and take public transport or preferably a taxi. There are a wide range of airlines serving both Split and Zadar airports from various European cities and you can take a private transfer from either airport to your accommodation. For further details on all airlines that fly into Split & Zadar airports please visit the following websites:

What to pack

In addition to your daily non-swimming clothes, we also recommend that you bring the following items:

  • Swimming costumes x 2
  • Swimming goggles x 2 (one clear and one tinted if possible)
  • Swim hats
  • Sunhat and sunglasses
  • Sun protection and insect repellent
  • Aquashoes / sandals
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Biking clothes (except helmet)
  • Water bottle
  • Small daypack

If you would like to use a wetsuit, rash vest or fins during your swims, please ensure that you bring these with you.

Travel insurance
Travel insurance is compulsory for all guests. You must hold a valid comprehensive insurance cover for an adventure sport activity including open water swimming. Your policy must include medical expenses (including transportation), emergency repatriation, travel illness and personal accident on the tour. Please bring a copy of your insurance details with you.
Non-swimming guests
If you are a non-swimmer or if you would like to bring a non-swimming companion on our trips, please make sure to notify us in advance. There are a lot of activities for non-swimmers, such as snorkeling, SUP (stand up paddle), cycling, hiking… Non-swimming guests can book our trips with discounted rate.
Swimmer form download