Frequently Asked Questions
About Your Trip
There are cash machines at all airports, so you will be able to get cash (Kuna - local currency) on arrival, should you not be able to get any before you depart. There are also cash machines in various places throughout the trip, so you won't have any problems.
Ian Langford - Sales
No, if you hold an EU passport, you do not need any visa to travel. If you hold a non EU passport, please check with your nearest embassy.
Danuta Janik - Customer Operations
The bikes are modern and well maintained with safety helmets provided. The tracks we cycle can be a combination of small roads or well-graded tracks, in some short sections there may be light local traffic. We do not anticipate encountering any problems finding a correctly fitted bike for your child, but for very young children this unfortunately cannot always be guaranteed. If in the rare event equipment cannot be found or the planned cycling route is not suitable for your child then we will do our best to offer an alternative where it
may be possible to join the group en route later in the day.
Danuta Janik - Croatia Operations
We spend 6 nights in a lovely hotel right in the heart of the Mljet National Park. The beach is right in front of the hotel and has a children's pool and diving centre. All rooms are en suite and have air conditioning and satellite TV. There is also a wellness centre offering various treatments and massage.
Danuta Janik - Croatia Operations
Croatia Specific Questions
Please visit the Exodus Travel Guide to Croatia where you can find out what plugs they use, as well as more detailed Country information in the menu on the left of the page.
Family Groups Specific Questions
If you are the sort of family that enjoys meeting other families and have a passion for discovering new places and trying new activities, then you’ll love going on a Family Adventure. With a Tour Leader to take care of daily arrangements, you can relax and get on with the serious business of spending time with your family and enjoying your holiday. And it’s not just parents who take their children away; we’ve had a number of children travelling with just their grandparents too!
Itineraries are carefully planned to provide a good balance of activity and relaxation time. You can opt to stay with the group all the time or go off and do your own thing every now and then. Your leader will be on hand to help you find your way and organise optional activities. And if the local food isn’t pleasing everyone in the party, it’s usually possible to sneak off to the occasional pizza parlour or similar, to get something a little more familiar.
Our holidays are designed to take you to unusual or remote places, give you exciting experiences and allow you to make the most of your precious holiday time. As with all adventure holidays, there is inevitably an element of risk that you might not find on a resort-based package. However, safety is taken very seriously and our professional leaders will take all necessary precautions to run the trip safely. You will get to see wonderful sights, have the opportunity to interact with local people and create memories that will stay with you forever. Come with us and let us share our passion for travel with you!
To book on a Family Adventure Holiday at least one member of the family must be under the age of 18. For individual trips a minimum age will also be specified - see the Essential Information tab for the particular trip you are interested in. Please note there may also be a minimum age for certain activities on your chosen holiday.
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