The official currency in Croatia is the Croatian kuna and euros are not widely accepted. We recommend changing money into kuna (or getting them at an ATM) when you arrive.
Major credit cards are widely accepted in Croatia, but our trips are based in small areas where cash is usually the only payment option. Once the trip has starterd there will occasionally be chance to get kuna (Croatian currency) at an ATM or an exchange office and we recommend getting some as soon as you land.
This varies and you will receive a document with plenty of useful information about your trip, including these details, after you book. If this is a concern feel free to ask your booking agent while discussing trip details prior to booking.
Your guide will propose several optional trips on spot depending on weather conditions and water levels.
No. You’ll need at least two days to make the trip there and back.