• Duration

    Dates for 2022 are still to be confirmed

  • Location
    • Zagreb – Croatia
    • MY Vranjak Livaboard – Port Sukosan – Zadar, Croatia
    • Dubrovnik – Croatia
  • Available Tickets

    Maximum 20 guests

  • Price

    2020 price – R39 999

    Price for 2022 to be confirmed

  • Deposit

    R5000-  non refundable

This trip is for divers of all levels as well as non-divers!
The tour has been customised for us to incorporate the best sites Croatia has to offer. Each night the boat will dock at a different port, allowing us to get off and enjoy the night life of the islands, and each day divers will be able to dive a different dive site. 

The main idea is to offer a combination of scuba diving, swimming and sightseeing on different diving locations and places along Adriatic coast. This is what makes this trip both attractive and interesting for divers and non divers!


The Diving

Surprising Croatia offers divers an unreal amount of scuba dives to take part in, with its many islands strewn out into the Adriatic. In total, you’ll find around 1000 of these islands in Croatia, all adorned with reefs, underwater caverns, pillars and canyons. There are plenty of wrecks to see, including many WWI and WWII shipwrecks, all fallen in battle, a B-17 bomber as well as a few older ships. Head to the caves here, too, a great dive where sunlight filters in, making for ethereal seascapes. This island is literally encircled with dive sites. From walls to wrecks to rocky reefs, there’s something here for divers of all levels.

Hvar Island

Hvar boasts over 15 beautiful locations, offering something for everyone – from newly certified Open Water divers through to our most experienced recreational divers and professionals. Most are located within the divine archipelago of Pakleni (Paklinski) Islands, which sadly became known as the ‘Hell Islands’ after a wrongful translation of the Croatian word ‘paklina’ (meaning resin). Some of the favourites include: Vodnjak, Stambedar, Vela Garska, Paulina Wreck, Poseidon Pillar, Baba Reef, Robert’s Wall and Anchor Wall.

Vis Island

Scuba diving in Vis is possible year round. Rain mainly falls in the months from October through January. The high season is between May to September. The air temperature is during the summer months above 24C/75F, and in the winter months above 6C/42F. Water temperature ranges from 14C/57F in January to 25C/77F in July and August. The average visibility is around 20m/65ft. The currents vary, but generally are medium. What to see In these waters divers can explore red Mediterranean gorgonians and soft white corals and spot large John Dories, amberjacks, conger eels, lobsters, scorpionfish, nudibranchs and many other species.

Kornati Islands

Using Murter island as a starting point, interesting diving sites already start as close as a 5-10 min boat trip to the small island of Visovac which is safe to dive with winds coming from any direction which usually prevent a lot of sites to be dived at because of the lack of a safe anchor point. The furthest diving spots, still in a sensible range for a day trip from Murter, can be found at the islands of Kornat, Žut, Piškera, Kaprije, Žirje. If you want to benefit of the usually richer underwater life inside the Kornati National Park, e.g. when diving at Kornat island, you need to use a diving center which has the special permission to organize dives there.

If you like wrecks there also are some interesting ones near to Murter. Francesca di Rimini is one of the most famous wrecks in the Adriatic. A bit easier to dive lying only a few meters below the surface is a scenic coal freighter wreck near Babuljaš island.

Additional Activities

Game of thrones walking tour of Dubrovnik: This private guided tour will show you the stunning natural and historical locations that have been shown in the series Game of Thrones, including Kings Landing. The guides are extremely knowledgable and will combine both fact and fantasy of imagined and real worlds

Sea Kayak trip: Offering you views of the beautiful town from the sea, as well as explore the island of Lokrum and the Betina Caves where you can pause for a leisurely swim and snorkel, or excite yourself with cliff diving before taking a snack break before returning back to the city.

Day Trip to Montenegro: This trip will provide you with a price guided tour taking you off the beaten path and explore some of the most beautiful sea side towns Europe has to offer. Explore Budva, Kotor and Perast and learn about their history. There will also be plenty of time to take a dip in the sea, visit the Gryphon Cathedral and enjoys some of the street side cafes.


With so much to do and so much to see, we welcome both divers and non divers on this adventure.

Divers do not need to have an advanced qualification, however to enjoy the deeper wrecks and the nights dives, it is recommended that divers have their advanced diver qualification with a certification in Deep and Night and limited visibility specialties.