Discover the Kornati Islands with Adamo Travel

The Kornati Islands, a stunning archipelago nestled in the crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic Sea, lies off the coast of Croatia. This unspoiled paradise, consisting of over 140 islands, islets, and reefs, is known as the Kornati National Park. Boasting some of the Mediterranean’s most unique and dramatic landscapes, Kornati has rugged cliffs, hidden coves, and pristine beaches that make for an unforgettable experience. Whether you’re a thrill-seeking adventurer or a peace-seeking traveler, Adamo Travel invites you to embark on a day or half-day trip to discover the captivating allure of the Kornati Islands.

Encompassing 320 square kilometers of islands, Kornati National Park showcases some of the Mediterranean’s most breathtakingly rugged landscapes. Celebrated as one of the world’s most remarkable island national parks, it’s a traveler’s paradise. While day trips from Zadar are an option, those seeking a more immersive experience can stay on Dugi Otok and embark on a boat trip with Adamo Travel, a reputable boat service provider located in the charming village of Sali on Dugi Otok.

Adamo Travel offers half-day tours featuring a four-hour boat ride with opportunities to swim but does not include lunch or extended stops. Alternatively, opt for the full-day excursion, an 8-hour trip with two substantial breaks, including a lunch stop at Suha Punta Bay or a similar location, and another for a refreshing swim. The tour encompasses numerous islands within Kornati National Park, featuring stops at Levernaka Island, the crystal-clear Lojena beach, and Suha Punta Bay on Kornat Island. Marvel at the smaller islands and cliffs, such as Mana Island and the Sestrice lighthouse, as you cruise along.

With Adamo Travel, you’re guaranteed a cozy experience. Tour groups are small, capped at 12 individuals, and cruises take place not on large party boats but on local fisherman boats, ensuring a much more intimate adventure. Pets are welcome upon request. Adamo Travel offers private and group tours, with advanced bookings recommended to secure your spot.

The best way to book a tour. 

Online via, by mail: , or by phone at +385995182929 or in their

office in Sali (reservation in advance is needed). Dugi Otok is also a fantastic island; the rolling hills and mountains with amazing views are a whole experience of their own. Read more about Sali and Dugi Otok, Guide Dugi Otok, and the National Park Telašćica.