The most experienced cruises in 2016 include yachting, canoeing and windsurfing at places like Sardinia and Corsica, Venice, Guatemala and Belize.
A cruises don’t need to lie idly on chairs along the beach. Many travel companies offer attractive offers for creative holidays – where you can try a sport yourself or learn a new skill in the sky. The following are the most experienced sea travel activities in 2016.
1. Stand up paddle boarding in Rhodes, Greece
Having a vacation in Rhodes suitable for children as well as parents and grandparents, will definitely give your family a great experience on the 2016 sea trip. offer a free standing surf course for the whole family in 2016.
Mastering the basic techniques of stand-up paddleboarding will quickly create a trend. Other highlights include lessons on sailing and windsurfing, as well as free use of multiple boards to cover long distances. The company’s headquarters is a 5-star resort located in Afandou – Rhodes’s longest beach. An 8-day vacation in Rhodes will give visitors countless unique experiences at this water sports spot.
In addition to playing on the water, hiking by bicycle and cycling with a tour guide is also an interesting activity. The resort also has tennis courts, a center for water sports, a gym and a spa with lots of activities for visitors to take part in.
2. Kayaking at sea in Croatia
This year, family customers will be the main target for Abroad tourism company to design a “New Adventure” in the Adriatic Sea in Croatia. Based at the 3-star Aparthotel Castrum Novum Hotel in Novigrad’s small fishing village, the 8-day tour offers guests a rich experience, including kayaking in the Novigrad Bay, rafting on the surface. clear water in the Cetina River and canoe down to the safari zone in Zrmanja and the Krupa river.
In addition to water activities, visitors can participate in “terrestrial activities” on their sea trips such as hiking to Paklenica National Park and cycling through the Krka River National Park.
Notable destinations are Zadar city, Skradinski Buk waterfall and a Franciscan monastery on Visovac Island. Visitors will have the opportunity to track rare plants and animals such as flowers, eagles, eagles, deer and foxes along the way. Or you can also choose to visit the beaches of Omis or the Diocletian palace in Split with a free day of rest and relaxation.