This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
Responsible tourism: Croatia island hopping holiday, Dalmatian odyssey
We encourage our guests to buy local food and to eat in local restaurants (like household Bire in Korcula or taste wine in local cellars in Zlatan Otok on Hvar Island) and buy local hand made souvenirs (helping the local people to build their business after the war).
For the transfer from Dubrovnik to Korcula we use small boat instead big ferry and for the other sea transfers we use local supplier Krilo Jet.
We pay a lot of attention to office recycling: - Duplex printing - Investing in good bins and labelling - Have a recycling awareness day - Turning off our computers when we are going home
We will continue to develop our waste management policy, incorporating the three principles of reducing, reusing and recycling and we will strive to improve our environmental performance by expanding the range of current environmental initiatives.
Sustainable tourism is our goal and we proud to have managers with this certificate. Learning about the impacts of tourism has led many people to seek more responsible holidays and we are here to provide them with this.
Take only pictures, steal only time, leave only footprints.
We encourage sustainable tourism within our country and beyond, so we hire local people throughout (managers, guides, drivers etc.) and local people are able to benefit from our guests. We employ over 75 enthusiastic and well-experienced local tourism personnel.
In Dubrovnik guests are offered to do different activities like Island Cruise tour with replica of typical Dubrovnik Republic merchandise galleon from 16th century, hand built by the owner (also the captain). Accommodation in Dubrovnik, Korcula and Split is in localy owned hotels and all our suppliers are also local.
Local people are moving from the islands to the towns as they are struggling to find a job on the islands. This is a huge problem here in Croatia! With this tour we are trying to make more jobs for local people and to preserve old crafts. Our guides are local (from the islands) and the hotels that we use are also locally owned.
Every month we donate money to charity (we pick one cause every month) and all employees give 3 euros (per person) to that cause.
We support local community by providing vehicles and boats for schools and kindergartens their day trips in nature (promoting outdoor way of life).
We encourage our guests to buy local hand made souvenirs.
We also support eco organisation Eko Omblici, Lions Club, swimming club JUG, National Park Krka and Dva skalina association (for children with special needs).
Our aim is to help our community as much as we can as we are based in small town where everybody knows our name. We are proud of being a part of every charity event in Dubrovnik and around.