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Distance from start to finish: 16km
Equipment included: Hiking sticks.
What to bring: Quality sports or mountain shoes, sportswear and a lot of water.
Fitness level needed: A high level of fitness is required.
Previous experience: Not necessary.
Age: Minimum age is 12 years.
Food and drinks:Lunch included.
The operator has the right to cancel tours, without notice at their discretion depending on the weather or sea conditions. All safety instructions from Brač Adventure staff must be adhered to.
Numbers on the day: Small groups max 12 pax
Availability: Every day from April 1st until the end of October. E-mail us regarding dates and tell us the number of people in your group. We will inform you about the dates available.
Starts from: way from Dol to the top of Vidova Mountain
Ends in: Ends at Vidova gora mountain.
Departure time: 6:00-8.00am
Duration of tour: 5-6hours
Transfer: Transfer Included.
The price includes: Equipment, transfer, lunch, insurance and English speaking guide assistance.
Payment methods: Cash or bank payment
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