A general level of fitness that allows you to get out daily and enjoy the beauty of the locations is advantageous.
In Croatia you will be exploring the Island of Vis by peddle, paddle and foot power. Fitness is a difficult thing to judge, we see a huge variety of fitness levels. The kayaks are doubles
and if guests find it difficult to paddle longer distances then we can partner them with someone who is stronger. The length of the kayak trips can be modified to suit all levels. Cycling
involves quite a few hills, the bikes are great but they are not electric bikes, so they need input by the peddler. One way routes are an option with a pick up in our landrover for the return
trip. For our guests who are really motivated to maintain a high level of fitness then we can always plan extra bike routes, afternoon run routes fro that extra mileage. There is also the option
of a pre breakfast stretch.
In Austria it is important that you do not have any serious knee injuries that prevent you from being able to walk up and downhill. In summer you will be hiking and possibly mountain biking. In
winter you might go skiing, snow shoe hiking and cross country skiing.
Please note that all activities are optional, often some family members choose to have some alone time hanging out at MoaAlm, checking out the wonderful mountain views whilst others physically
What is the best age for this holiday?
Guest ages have ranged from 18 months to mid 70's and we see no reason why this range can’t be broader. Some of the fittest guests we have had stay have been over 60. If your fitness is not what
you'd like it to be don’t worry - the whole holiday is designed around your needs, fitness levels and what you want to do on a daily basis.
Is it suitable for a single traveller?
Yes. But we do have a single supplement for July and August.
Do I have to do all the activities?
The daily plan is designed around your preferences and everything is optional. We have had circumstances where a family has done different things, for example, Mum has gone cycling with the
teenage children and the Dad has stayed at the house to finish his book in the shade of the terrace.
Which airport do you recommend flying into?
Flying to Split - is easiest. When you arrive at Split airport it takes around 30 minutes drive to get to the centre of Split and the place that you purchase the ferry tickets. There is public
bus at the airport which is super easy as it drives straight to the ferry terminal prices in 2016 was 30 Kunas per person which was approximately €5
Flying to Zadar - involves a 2 hour transfer, some options below:
1. Pick up at the airport with a private transfer, we recommend using
2. Hire a car at the airport and then drop off in Split. The road between Zadar and Split is a new motorway, very efficient. If on the return journey you had more time getting to the airport from
Split to Zadar, then take the old road. The road is a lovely drive along the coast.
3. Bus. The buses are great option and the cheapest from Zadar. They take about 2 hours 30. Details of bus times can be found on http://www.ak-split.hr
We have also had guests fly into Dubrovnik and Ancona (Italy).
From Dubrovnik car rental and buses is the easiest way to get to Split to catch the ferry to Vis island. Details of bus times can be found on http://www.ak-split.hr
Ferry to Vis Island
There are two companies that service Vis Island. In the Summer, the ferry leaves Split three times a day. All ferry details can be found on http://www.jadrolinija.hr
The other company is a faster boat that leaves Split once a day. This is also referred to as the Cat and details can be found on http://www.krilo.hr
The nearest airports are Innsbruck, Salzburg and Munich. There are different options to transfer from those airports to us:
1. Hire a car. At www.rentalcars.com you can find
and compare rental companies at all airports.
2. Public transportation. Check-out www.oebb.at for schedules and
prices or send us a message if you need any help
3. Taxi. In winter the tourism office offers 45Euro per person, one way, fixed price shuttle taxi's from Innsbruck and Salzburg airport to Kals. In summer we need to request prices - they usually
range from 55 to 200Euro.
Please send us a message if you need any help sorting out your transfer options.
Can you recommend accommodation in Split?
Yes, all of these places are in, or close to the old town and are only 100m from where you purchase the ferry tickets and where the airport bus/taxi from will drop you off.
All above are located in the old town, very close to the taxi/bus stop for airport transfers. Can be noisy in the evening, particularly at weekends.
We have found recently however that guests have had great experience using AirBnB to find accommodation in Split.
Alternatively, you can go on the Split tourist board website and they will book accommodation for you if you want to try to find something cheaper. We find the tourist board to be very friendly
when we contact them in regards to finding accommodation: www.turistbiro-split.hr
Do you have wireless internet connection?
Yes you can stay connected if you feel the need to. Also so you can recommend www.wearactive.com and www.moaalm.com to friends and/or confirm onward travel.
Do you cater for special diets?
Yes we do! Just let us know your allergies or dietary preferences in advance and we are happy to cater for you. In Croatia all meals provided at the house are vegetarian. We have experience in
catering for vegetarian-, vegan-, gluten-free-, lactose-free- and other diets in Austria and Croatia
Does WearActive have job openings?
Yes! Every season we are looking for people that love living in amazing places being close to nature as much as we do. We may be looking for a hiking guide, a yoga teacher, help with marketing or
general help at both locations. Interested? Contact us!