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Ever been to Istria? Dubbed Terra Magica by the locals, this captivating Croatian peninsula will take your breath away from the get-go. With its thousands of years of history and its bucolic charm, Istria has it all. Pedal through blissful trails winding through serene forests and picture vineyards that lead to medieval hilltop gems. Sail and explore the coastline with its secluded bays and ancient olive groves, visit Istria’s historic towns adorned with Venetian churches and Roman temples. Let yourself stop for a minute, and feel the pulse of the Mediterranean as it once was, as it should forever be enjoyed. 

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Adventure highlights

  • Comprehensive experience

    Combine sailing and mountain biking, explore the coast and the interior and get a complete picture of Istria

  • Beyond MTB

    Marvel at a Roman arena and Byzantine mosaics, visit medieval hilltop villages, soak up the atmosphere of quaint coastal towns

  • Comfortable yachts

    Experience comfort and elegance aboard the Linda or Andela Lora, enhancing your Istrian odyssey

Available itineraries

Sailing and MTB Adventure in Istria

Embark on an unforgettable guided MTB and boat trip through Istria, where each day unveils thrilling adventures and discoveries. Begin at Omišalj's pirate nest and cruise to the lively Rabac. Explore Rabac Bike Skills Park's trails, unearth Pula's rich Roman history, and pedal through picturesque landscapes adorned with forests, river valleys, vineyards, and olive groves, winding between dreamy hilltop villages and historic coastal towns. Venture along the dramatic coastline and idyllic bays and savor catered meals aboard the cozy Linda yacht, your haven of comfort. Combine sailing and MTB for an ultimate experience of this magical peninsula.

  • This option features a comfortable charter boat Linda. For more information about it, scroll down to the Things to know section.

    The boat Linda.
  • Individual arrival to Omišalj, a charming pirate’s nest on the island of Krk. If you decide to arrive by car, a secure parking space for your car for the week can be organized. If you are arriving from Zagreb, a transfer can also be arranged for you to the harbor of Omišalj. Check-in on board is possible from around 2 pm.

    Once you have made yourselves comfortable in your cabins, you’ll cross over to Cres! If the weather is good, there will be a swimming stop along the way in the beautiful Adriatic Sea. The Venetian-influenced old town of Cres, with its beautiful alleys and many churches, entices visitors to take an extensive evening stroll.

    The town of Omišalj on the island of Krk, Croatia.
  • After breakfast on board, the first task is to adjust your bikes in the idyllic harbor of Cres and take a first bike tour to the lighthouse. Afterwards, you will take a longer crossing to Pula at the southern tip of Istria, where you’ll go on a guided tour of the old town.

    This secret capital of Istria awaits us with impressive evidence of its Roman past. Take your time for an extensive stroll and explore impressive ancient monuments, such as the famous amphitheater reminiscent of the Colosseum in Rome, the Temple of Augustus and the Golden Gate.

    Distance: 12 miles / 20 km
    Elevation gain: 1,542 ft / 470 m

    Aerial view of Pula from the sea with a large Roman Amphitheater.
  • From Pula, you will take a bike trip to Cape Kamenjak before crossing the Kamenjak Nature Park. The Park has more than 30 bays with a rich flora and fauna. After lunch on board, the boat will take you to Vrsar with a possible swim break at the Limski Fjord.

    In Vrsar, where you will spend the night, the heartbreaker Casanova is said to have sought temporary refuge from the husbands of his lovers. Have a lovely evening strolling through Vrsar’s charming streets.

    Distance: 24 miles / 39 km
    Elevation gain: 1,575 ft / 480 m

    Vrsar town in Croatia
  • Departing from Vrsar, cycle along natural paths of the Lim Channel through the Kontija Forest. The forest covers an area of 65 hectares and includes 140-year-old beech trees! During a longer break, you can have a local meal here before you continue through traditional villages to the final destination—Poreč.

    On the way, a short detour to the well-maintained St. Benčić Trail is a must. In the afternoon, you will encounter the colorful history of Poreč, as you stroll through the charming old town with its beautiful buildings from bygone eras. There is a real energy to be felt in its alleys. A visit to the famous Euphrasius Basilica with its magnificent early Christian mosaics is also worthwhile!

    Distance: 20 miles / 32 km
    Elevation gain: 1,475 ft / 450 m

    Atrium of a Byzantine Basilica in Poreč, Croatia.
  • In the morning, follow the “Parenzana”, an abandoned railroad line, which will lead you to the famous artists’ village of Groznjan. This picturesque artists’ village is a medieval jewel in the Istrian hinterland and awaits you with romantic alleys, flower-filled squares and diverse galleries that have made their home in old natural stone houses.

    In the afternoon, bike through many small villages along the historic railroad line via Buje and finally you’ll reach Novigrad. Here you’ll board your boat to take you to Rovinj, and that’s where you will spend the night.

    Distance: 38 miles / 61 km
    Elevation gain: 3,133 ft / 955 m

    Groznjan town
  • Your morning bike tour takes you near the coast and primarily on nature and forest paths to Fažana, a beautiful town with a lovely harbor and a promenade lined with colorful houses.

    From here, bike to Pula where the boat awaits you for your crossing to Rabac. Nestled in a picturesque bay on the east coast of Istria, Rabac has gorgeous white pebble beaches, crystal clear waters and a beautiful harbor. End your day with a refreshing cocktail!

    Distance: 24 miles / 38 km
    Elevation gain: 920 ft / 280 m

    The small port town of Fažana in Istria, Croatia.
  • In the early norming, cross over to the island of Krk where a final cyclist stage awaits you. The route will lead you from Njivice to Omišalj. The largest island in Croatia and home of the delicious Zlahtina white wine impresses with its diverse landscapes.

    Don’t miss the opportunity to cover yourself in the mineral rich mud in the bay of Soline—not only will it leave you looking ten years younger, but it also makes for a wonderful holiday memory! Back in the harbor of Omišalj, your boat awaits you with a delicious last evening meal on board which can be spent in great cheer in the company of the fellow travelers, crew and guides.

    Distance: 26 miles / 42 km
    Elevation gain: 2,526 ft / 770 m

    Mountain bikers in Istria riding near olive groves.
  • Enjoy your last breakfast and disembark before 9 am. Say goodbye to fellow bikers, crew, your guide, and to Croatia—or explore further during the extended stay.

     

    Kamenjak, an example of indented Croatian coastline in Istria.
Deluxe Sailing and MTB Adventure in Istria

Indulge in a deluxe guided MTB and boat expedition through Istria, where each day unveils thrilling adventures and discoveries. Anchored by the opulent Andela Lora yacht, the same captivating itinerary unfolds, now laced with a dash of lavish comfort. Explore Omišalj's pirate nest and cruise to vibrant Rabac. Shred Rabac Bike Skills Park's trails, unearth Pula's Roman heritage, and pedal through picturesque landscapes adorned with forests, vineyards, and olive groves, winding between dreamy hilltop villages and historic coastal towns. Merge sailing and MTB for the ultimate Istrian odyssey, as the Andela Lora elevates your experience to an exquisite level.

  • This option follows the same itinerary as the previous one, but features a luxurious yacht. Scroll down to the Things to know section for more information about it!

    The Andele Lora yacht.
  • Individual arrival to Omišalj, a charming pirate’s nest on the island of Krk. If you decide to arrive by car, a secure parking space for your car for the week can be organized. If you are arriving from Zagreb, a transfer can also be arranged for you to the harbor of Omišalj. Check-in on board is possible from around 2 pm.

    Once you have made yourselves comfortable in your cabins, you’ll cross over to Cres! If the weather is good, there will be a swimming stop along the way in the beautiful Adriatic Sea. The Venetian-influenced old town of Cres, with its beautiful alleys and many churches, entices visitors to take an extensive evening stroll.

     

    The town of Omišalj on the island of Krk, Croatia.
  • After breakfast on board, the first task is to adjust your bikes in the idyllic harbor of Cres and take a first bike tour to the lighthouse. Afterwards, you will take a longer crossing to Pula at the southern tip of Istria, where you’ll go on a guided tour of the old town.

    This secret capital of Istria awaits us with impressive evidence of its Roman past. Take your time for an extensive stroll and explore impressive ancient monuments, such as the famous amphitheater reminiscent of the Colosseum in Rome, the Temple of Augustus and the Golden Gate.

    Distance: 12 miles / 20 km
    Elevation gain: 1,542 ft / 470 m

    Aerial view of Pula from the sea with a large Roman Amphitheater.
  • From Pula, you will take a bike trip to Cape Kamenjak before crossing the Kamenjak Nature Park. The Park has more than 30 bays with a rich flora and fauna. After lunch on board, the boat will take you to Vrsar with a possible swim break at the Limski Fjord.

    In Vrsar, where you will spend the night, the heartbreaker Casanova is said to have sought temporary refuge from the husbands of his lovers. Have a lovely evening strolling through Vrsar’s charming streets.

    Distance: 24 miles / 39 km
    Elevation gain: 1,575 ft / 480 m

    Vrsar town in Croatia
  • Departing from Vrsar, cycle along natural paths of the Lim Channel through the Kontija Forest. The forest covers an area of 65 hectares and includes 140-year-old beech trees! During a longer break, you can have a local meal here before you continue through traditional villages to the final destination—Poreč.

    On the way, a short detour to the well-maintained St. Benčić Trail is a must. In the afternoon, you will encounter the colorful history of Poreč, as you stroll through the charming old town with its beautiful buildings from bygone eras. There is a real energy to be felt in its alleys. A visit to the famous Euphrasius Basilica with its magnificent early Christian mosaics is also worthwhile!

    Distance: 20 miles / 32 km
    Elevation gain: 1,475 ft / 450 m

    Atrium of a Byzantine Basilica in Poreč, Croatia.
  • In the morning, follow the “Parenzana”, an abandoned railroad line, which will lead you to the famous artists’ village of Groznjan. This picturesque artists’ village is a medieval jewel in the Istrian hinterland and awaits you with romantic alleys, flower-filled squares and diverse galleries that have made their home in old natural stone houses.

    In the afternoon, bike through many small villages along the historic railroad line via Buje and finally you’ll reach Novigrad. Here you’ll board your boat to take you to Rovinj, and that’s where you will spend the night.

    Distance: 38 miles / 61 km
    Elevation gain: 3,133 ft / 955 m

    Groznjan town
  • Your morning bike tour takes you near the coast and primarily on nature and forest paths to Fažana, a beautiful town with a lovely harbor and a promenade lined with colorful houses.

    From here, bike to Pula where the boat awaits you for your crossing to Rabac. Nestled in a picturesque bay on the east coast of Istria, Rabac has gorgeous white pebble beaches, crystal clear waters and a beautiful harbor. End your day with a refreshing cocktail!

    Distance: 24 miles / 38 km
    Elevation gain: 920 ft / 280 m

    The small port town of Fažana in Istria, Croatia.
  • In the early norming, cross over to the island of Krk where a final cyclist stage awaits you. The route will lead you from Njivice to Omišalj. The largest island in Croatia and home of the delicious Zlahtina white wine impresses with its diverse landscapes.

    Don’t miss the opportunity to cover yourself in the mineral rich mud in the bay of Soline—not only will it leave you looking ten years younger, but it also makes for a wonderful holiday memory! Back in the harbor of Omišalj, your boat awaits you with a delicious last evening meal on board which can be spent in great cheer in the company of the fellow travelers, crew and guides.

    Distance: 26 miles / 42 km
    Elevation gain: 2,526 ft / 770 m

    Mountain bikers in Istria riding near olive groves.
  • Enjoy your last breakfast and disembark before 9 am. Say goodbye to fellow bikers, crew, your guide, and to Croatia—or explore further during the extended stay.

     

    Kamenjak, an example of indented Croatian coastline in Istria.
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Meet your guides

Luka Sarić
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Luka Sarić
Climbing, MTB, Rafting, and Snowboarding Guide Luka Sarić is a passionate outdoor enthusiast and a multi talented sportsman with a wealth of experience as a guide. Specializing in climbing, mountain biking, rafting, and snowboarding instruction, Luka has cultivated a diverse skill set that appeals to adventure seekers of all kinds. In recent years, he has expanded his repertoire by offering unique sailing tours that seamlessly integrate climbing and mountain biking, providing his clients with an unforgettable and a holistic outdoor experience. Luka's dedication to his craft and his deep love for nature make him a sought-after guide for those looking to explore the great outdoors in an exhilarating and comprehensive way.
Ivo Jarić
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Ivo Jarić
Ivo Jarić, born and raised in Zagreb, Croatia’s capital, has spent the last 5 seasons working as an MTB guide, bike mechanic, and tour logistician. In his free time, which he has a lot of, he’s out traveling and enjoying life with his bikes and his mountain biker girlfriend. 
Islandhopping
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Islandhopping
Founded in 1998, Islandhopping is your top choice for biking, mountain biking, road biking, e-biking, and multi adventures aboard a boat. What started out as two bicycle tours in Croatia has grown into 300 tours a year with over 7,000 guests from all around the world. They guide travelers all over the Mediterranean, Central & Northern Europe, in Vietnam, South Africa, and Patagonia. Islandhopping’s tour guides are incredibly knowledgeable, multilingual, and educated in first aid, cultural presentations, and bike repairs. They’ll liven up the tour experience and make sure guests create lasting memories for a lifetime.
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John Paterson

I did the 7 day mountain biking and island hopping adventure in Croatia and overall I had a blast. The ship, crew, food were all fantastic. With respect to the mountain biking it was mostly street riding or double track so not much mountain biking but the scenery was still fantastic.

Things to know

  • What you get on this adventure:

      • An experienced MTB guide with extensive local knowledge of the area
      • Accommodation in twin cabins of a standard or a sailboat for 7 nights
      • Daily MTB tours and sightseeing as described in the itinerary
      • 5 half-board days and 2 full-board days (7 breakfasts, 2 lunches, and 7 dinners)
      • Overview maps for daily tours

    Full suspension mountain bike, premium full suspension mountain bike, and e-MTB rentals are available for an added fee of $245, $610 and $325, respectively.

    What’s not included:

      • Transportation to the meeting point in Omišalj (can be arranged for an additional fee)
      • Cabin above the deck or single cabins above/below the deck (available for an additional fee during booking)
      • Bike rentals and insurance (available for an additional fee)
      • Flat rate for bottled water and tourist taxes (65$ per adult and 30$ per child)
      • Any personal expenses ashore
      • Entrance fees for sights/museums en route
      • Guide and crew gratuities — optional
  • To participate in this guided MTB adventure in Istria, Croatia, you should have a moderate level of fitness. The daily tours are designed to be easy to moderate, with stages ranging from 15 to 31 mi/25 to 50 km and elevation gains of 980 to 2,952 ft/300 to 900 m. The region offers a variety of trails suitable for mountain biking, with options ranging from easy to moderate.

    During the tours, you will be riding on mainly unblocked flow trails, wide natural paths, and quiet asphalt roads. It is not expected that you will need to carry your bike over any blocked paths. However, being able to skillfully brake and shift your weight while riding on small obstacles such as roots, stones, and tight corners is important. For the more medium difficulty trails, you should be prepared for loose surfaces, larger obstacles like stones and roots, and light hairpin turns. Constant readiness to brake, shift your center of weight to overcome obstacles, and maintaining consistent body tension are required for these sections.

    Keep in mind that your guide will always be by your side to observe your technique, encourage you, and even change the route if riding gets too strenuous. There will often be a chance to take a break during rides. You will also be able to skip a half day or even a full day of riding if you decide to get some rest and spend some more time on the beaches or in towns.

    Wearing a protective bike helmet is mandatory during the tours, and it is recommended that you bring your own helmet with you. In case you need a rental helmet, make sure to reserve one in advance as they are available in limited numbers on board.

    If you feel that the moderate fitness level matches your abilities and you are comfortable with the skill requirements for the respective trail difficulties, then you are well-prepared to embark on this exciting MTB adventure in Istria, Croatia.

  • Here’s what you’ll need:

      • Comfortable riding or athletic clothing, preferably moisture wicking or synthetic material (both short- and long-sleeved clothing)
      • Helmet (mandatory to wear) — please bring your own, well-fitted helmet, rental ones are limited (reservation required)
      • Padded cycling shorts — recommended
      • Week’s worth of relaxed leisure clothing
      • Swimming gear
      • Long-sleeved sweater or sweatshirt
      • Lightweight waterproof jacket
      • Sneakers or sport shoes
      • Sunglasses
      • Plenty of water, water bottle or hydration bladder
      • Daypack with snacks
      • Biking gloves are optional but recommended
      • Toiletries (sunscreen, hand sanitizer, bug spray, toilet paper, etc.)

    Bring comfortable clothes you can move in. We suggest bringing clothing appropriate for the season. Summer months are usually sunny and hot, but there is always a chance for an occasional summer storm or rainy day. Weather is more unpredictable in late spring and early fall, with a possibility for cooler windy days, so it is instrumental that you are informed about the weather forecasts and prepared for different conditions.

  • If you want to bring your own bike on the trip, bring a mountain bike that meets the technical requirements. In addition, your bike will need to have good tires (e.g. Gravel Bike or Cyclocross Bike). Before traveling, please check the condition of brakes, gears, and tires as well as bringing repair kits and essential spare parts (e.g. inner tube). Your bike must be in top technical condition. Please keep in mind that transporting your own bike will result in additional costs when flying.

    Due to safety regulations on ship, it is not allowed to bring your own e-bike. By renting it from your guides, you will get high-quality, fully serviced rental bikes perfect for the terrain of this tour.

    You can bring your own bike seat and pedals — guides will be happy to assist you in attaching these to your rental bikes.

    Helmet wearing is mandatory and it’s recommended you bring your own, well-fitted helmet. Rental helmets are available, but in a limited capacity, so reservation is required should you need it.

  • This meticulously reconstructed wooden motor yacht offers you a delightful escape into a world where relaxation and adventure harmoniously coexist. The Linda’s wooden-clad cabins, designed with your comfort in mind, provide a cozy retreat where you can unwind and recharge. With both below-deck and above-deck cabins, you’ll find your haven adorned with modern amenities, including air conditioning, tiled bathrooms, and all-in-one showers, ensuring your comfort throughout your voyage.

    Salon on the Linda boat.

    The heart of the Linda lies in its spacious and inviting saloon. Here, you’ll gather with fellow travelers on cushioned benches around wooden tables, sharing stories and forming new connections. The attentive crew, a well-practiced team, wear smiles that mirror the serene atmosphere on board, enhancing every moment of your journey.

    A cabin in the Linda boat.

    Venturing outside, the Linda beckons you to its various decks, each offering a unique perspective of the stunning surroundings. Bask in the golden sun on the sundeck, where plush sunning mats invite you to recline and soak in the breathtaking panoramas. For al fresco dining, the outside table is set to perfection, creating a charming backdrop for enjoying delectable meals in the open air.

  • Indulge in a voyage of luxury and convenience aboard the Andela Lora, an exquisite steel ship that promises an unforgettable Croatian sojourn. Immerse yourself in the spacious guest cabins, adorned with top-notch furnishings, air conditioning, and private bathrooms. The elegantly furnished top-deck salon, complemented by inviting sunbathing areas, offers the perfect setting for relaxation. A swimming platform at the stern allows you to easily access the sea for refreshing dips in secluded bays. The attentive crew and onboard amenities ensure a carefree sailing experience.

    Salon of Andela Lora yacht.

    Built to the highest standards and adorned with contemporary decor, your comfort is of paramount importance. A saltwater pool and numerous sun mats on the sundeck provide ultimate relaxation. Impeccable design ensures that polished decks and elegant public areas feel airy and spacious, adorned with warm woods and cool fabrics. Unwind in well-appointed outside cabins featuring luxurious double or twin beds, stylish wood flooring, and modern bathroom fittings. The ship offers various cabin options, including doubles, twins, triples, and quads. Individually controlled air conditioning, LCD TV, a safe, hairdryer, and a table and chair are among the thoughtful amenities.

    Sunbathing area on the deck of the Andela Lora Yacht.

  • There are several options available for those wishing to extend their stay in Croatia. You can extend your stay by adding one, two, or three days before or after the Istria MTB adventure.

    The one-day extension module is simply adding one night on the island of Krk. You could use an extra day to explore beautiful locations on or close to the island, such as Baška, Krk, Malinska, the island of Košljun, Vrbnik, etc. The island is home to a wealth of sites, some of which are significant for medieval Croatian history.

    The town of Krk with its iconic bell tower.

    The two-day extension program is for those who wish to explore the Croatian capital, Zagreb. Here you can explore the lively arts, culture, and culinary scene. You can visit some of the city’s museums and enjoy its Central European flair, somewhat of a contrast to what you’ll find in the coastal parts of Croatia.

    Aerial view of the capital of Croatia: Zagreb.

    On that note, the three-day extension module takes you even further north—to the baroque town of Varaždin (at one point the capital of Croatia) and the romantic Trakošćan castle, the most famous castle in Croatia perched on top of a hill overlooking a lake. This extension in continental Croatia will give you a more complete idea of this incredibly diverse country.

    The Trakošćan castle above a lake in northern Croatia.

    Prices of these extensions are available upon request. Contact us prior to booking to make arrangements.

  • Group sizes and prices:

      • The number of participants for these group tours is usually between 14 and 29.
      • It takes a minimum of 14 people for this tour to operate. If not enough participants sign up, your guides reserve the right to cancel the reservation. Your guides will let you know as soon as possible, at least three weeks prior to the start of the trip.
      • The cost does not decrease as the group grows. However, groups with 3 participants boarding the Linda boat may opt for a 3- person cabin, with the third person receiving a 50% discount. The Andela Lora boat has 3- and 4-bed cabins and the same option is available. Keep in mind that this option is limited.

    MTB and Boat adventures in Istria can be arranged for private groups. Contact us prior to booking to make arrangements.

    Min. age requirements:

      • If you are older than 16, you’re good to go.
      • Children as young as 10 are able to go on trips with a legal guardian. If you have a young rider strong enough to handle sustained climbs (either riding or walking their bike) of hundreds of feet, and sometimes rough terrain, then they can participate. Riders younger than 16 receive a 25% discount.

    If your group has riders under the age of 18, contact us prior to booking to make arrangements.

  • To get to Omišalj, most people fly into Zagreb International Airport, which is 2 hours away. The easiest way to get to Omišalj is first to take a bus from the airport to the Central Bus Station in Zagreb, followed by a direct bus to Omišalj. Alternatively, take a bus from Zagreb to Rijeka, followed by a short bus ride from Rijeka to Omišalj. You can also fly directly into Rijeka International Airport, which is located in Omišalj.

    If you prefer to keep things as simple and fuss-free as possible, direct transfers from Zagreb and Rijeka (either from airports or bus/train stations) can be arranged with your guide for an additional fee (for a minimum of 2 people).

    Once you and your guide agree on the details of your itinerary, your guide will suggest the best place to meet, usually somewhere in Omišalj close to the docks.

  • We highly recommend that you cover all your bases with both emergency medical and travel insurance. With medical insurance, if you have an accident or medical emergency on or off the mountain, you’ll avoid paying out of pocket for costly expenses. This covers everything from hospital treatments to emergency air transportation and more.

    Travel insurance covers canceled flights, natural disasters and other scenarios that may interrupt your travel plans.

    We also expect you to respect local regulations and take measures to protect yourselves, your guides, and the communities you’re traveling to. For more information on travel recommendations and restrictions in Croatia, please refer to Croatia’s foreign travel advice.

    If you need assistance selecting the right insurance for your group, let us know and we will be happy to help!

  • Deposits

    You can secure one of the 2024 dates with a 30% deposit upon booking. The remaining 70% of the trip price is to be paid 90 days prior to departure, at the latest.

    Secure your early bird spot for 2025 with a 10% deposit! This tour gets sold out very quickly, but with early-bird booking, you will be the first one to know about any new upcoming dates. Pick your preferred dates without the risk of your bucket list adventure selling out!

      • Only 10% of the total amount should be paid as a deposit upon booking. This deposit is non-refundable, but can be transferred to another 57hours adventure any time in case the dates don’t suit you.
      • Once the dates are set, you can confirm your booking by paying another 20% of the total amount.
      • The final balance is due 3 months (90 days) prior to departure.

    Cancellations

    Booking fees are non-refundable in all cases. During checkout, however, you can choose one of 57hours’ flexibility options:

    Basic

      • In case of cancellation within 48 hours after booking, the amount paid is fully refundable.
      • For cancellations 60 or more days before the trip, you are eligible for a 70% refund of the trip price.
      • For cancellations 0-59 days before the trip, there is no refund.

    Flexible

      • In case of cancellation within 48 hours after booking, the amount paid is fully refundable.
      • For cancellations 60 or more days before the trip, you are eligible for a full refund of the trip price.
      • For cancellations 30-59 days before the trip, you are eligible for a 50% refund of the trip price.
      • For cancellations 0-29 days before the trip, there is no refund.

    Super Flexible

      • In case of cancellation within 48 hours after booking, the amount paid is fully refundable.
      • For cancellations 30 or more days before the trip, you are eligible for a full refund of the trip price.
      • For cancellations 0-29 days before the trip, you are eligible for a 50% refund of the trip price.
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