Flying from From USA
We recommend the form at the bottom of this page, for flight prices to Croatia.You’ll need to fly in to Split (SPL) in Croatia or to Dubrovnik in Croatia – depending where the Cruise begins/ends. Lufthansa, British Airways, United, Air France, Turkish Air are the most popular.
Flying from Europe
There are direct flights to Split from many European destinations. The range increases continually so please check the full route network from the Split Airport website. There are also charter flights to Split from UK regional airports like Bristol, Norwich, Birmingham, Southampton, Luton and Manchester. You can also travel to Split via nearby Zadar on the Dalmatian coast. From Zadar, fly to Split or take a bus along the coast to Split (approx. 2.5 hours) You can also fly to Dubrovnik, Zadar, Pula and Zagreb airports. From these places, you can easily connect to other cities by plane, bus, train or carrental.
Airlines which fly to Croatia from European cities
Easyjet from London Gatwick Wizz from London Luton Austrian from Vienna Germanwings from Berlin Schonefeld, Cologne, Bonn, Hamburg and Stuttgart Lufthansa from Frankfurt/Main International SNBrussels Airlines from Brussels Norwegian Air from Oslo SkyEurope from Bratislava, Prague, Budapest and Kracow Croatia Airlines flies from London Gatwick, Manchester, Paris Charles de Gaulle, Vienna, Zagreb, Berlin Schonefeld, Dusseldorf, Hannover, Hamburg, Frankfurt, Rome, Athens. Our meeting place on the date of departure is Split harbor.
You must have travel insurance for your journey. There are many travel insurance companies. We recommend STA Travel (www.statravel.com) and AAA (www.aaa.com) for affordable worldwide travel insurance. Another travel insurance company: TravelInsured.com.
Croatia’s Adriatic coast is blessed with a Mediterranean climate. The summers are typically warm and sunny with average daytime temperatures around 80°F and nighttime temperatures dropping to the 60s. From May to June and September to October, temperatures are usually a bit cooler but still comfortable for cycling and swimming. Rain is always a possibility in Croatia so it is essential to bring adequate rainwear and a warm jacket in case of inclement weather. Passports and Visas Croatia does not require tourist visa to travel or stay in Croatia for up to 90 days.
During Co-Hosted lectures, the morning and afternoon or evening sessions may be divided up differently, according to what is most appropriate for the topic being explored together with the co-hosting program facilitator. All gatherings take place in inspiring and sacred spaces; either on our upper outdoor ship terrace, or indoor conference room, or in nature / by the sea, according to the daily itinerary, the weather and other considerations. We look forward to have you join us on a magical retreat journey.
Meeting place is on a day of our departure in Trogir Harbor – Croatia – on our Yacht. We will email you the exact time, location and number of your Cabin one week before departure.
If you have any questions, or need further information, please contact Bianca Childs at 805-895-8537 or click here to email Bianca.