Blue Cave tour from Split Blue grotto
Departure point: Split
Departure dates: Every day (optional)
Duration: 10 hours (approx.)
Children: 0-3 – Due to all day speedboat excursion we do not allow children under 3 years
5-7 years – 50% off
Inclusions: Entry tickets for Blue Cave, water, insurance, fuel and skipper, life jackets, wind jackets.
Exclusions: lunch, entrance fees for the fortress in Hvar
The minimum number of participants: 1
What to bring: towel, hat, swimsuit, sunglasses, spare clothes, camera, sunscreen, wind jacket
Important: Safety first! In case of bad weather or rough sea conditions, we hold the right to change the route or cancel the tour, for the benefit of all passengers. This decision is made by the captain. In this case, you have the right to shift the tour for some other day, or get a full refund.
07:30 – departure from Split, Matejuška port
10:00 – 11:00 – Blue Cave sightseeing
11:00 – 11:30 – Arrival to Porat, sightseeing
11:30 – 12:00 – Surprise destination
12:00 – 12:30 – driving to Monk Seal Cave, sightseeing
13:00 – 13:30 – visiting Stiniva bay
13:30 – 14:00 – arrival to Blue lagoon, Budikovac
14:30 – 16:30 – Pakleni islands, free time ( lunch, swimming, snorkeling , sunbathing )
16:45 – 18:00 – Hvar islands, sightseeing
19:00 – arrival in Split
Blue Cave tour description
When you think of a perfect dream holiday some people envision Croatia. The country having mostly everything to satisfy a vacationer. The historic architecture, untouched nature, hidden bays with crystal clear beaches that offer a gorgeous view, seemingly making boats appear as if they are floating in mid air, and that’s just the beginning.
Blue Cave is a peculiar natural phenomenon, located just one hour and thirty minutes from Split’s main harbor, on Biševo island. The Cave being a popular tourist attraction during the summer weather due to it being perfect, sea is calm and the best captain and guides will lead you all the way to the Cave. The way the sunlight almost dances and reflects down onto the sea bed inside the cave is a calming experience, the effect being responsible for turning the colour of the water the famous blue.
After we explored the Blue Cave you are in for a treat, as we’ll be taking you to a surprise destination, but it wouldn’t be a surprise if we revealed it to you now would it? 🙂
Following, The Monk seal Cave, as the name implies, was home to the endangered Mediterranean Sea Bears. The 70 meter long and 4 meter wide cave is speculated to be the place where the Monk Seals were born and perhaps died, the Seals having a nickname of “Sirens of the Bisevo island”. The last ones were seen somewhere in the 60s of last century. The cave is very mysterious and attractive, and the attractiveness increases if you are lucky maybe to see one of the sea bears.
After we depart the mysterious Monk seal Cave we are on our way to visit Stiniva bay. Stiniva is one of the most famous and popular beaches in Croatia with it’s unique and peculiar method of entering. Located on the southern side of island Vis, the cove is accessed by a small gap between two high cliffs where you will get a chance to swim in the secluded beach.The beach being declared the most beautiful beach in Europe in the year 2015.
Our next stop is a small paradise on Earth situated just between 3 islets, the Blue Lagoon on Budikovac island. The Blue Lagoon is by far one of the most mesmerizing locations in the middle part of the Adriatic for snorkeling and swimming. Whilst you enjoy the sunlight you can afford to be lazy and enjoy in tranquility in one of the most beautiful seas in Europe, most probably in the world also.
Moving on from the gorgeous Blue Lagoon the Pakleni islands, or more commonly referred to as “Hell’s Islands” will leave you stunned; don’t panic, there’s no flames. The islands are claimed to have the most beautiful complex on the Adriatic. With over 20 hidden coves and beaches, the islands will surely wake an adventurer inside you.
From Pakleni islands we are heading to the most famous island in Croatia, Hvar island and the Hvar town (which is probably one of the most beautiful harbors in the world ). In Hvar you will have some free time to discover the Old Town, climb the Fortress or just get lost in the small narrow streets like locals do. We let you get acquainted with the town by yourselves. One of the most popular boat tours is certainly this one, it is one of those tours that make you ask for more, and it is a perfect way to discover the undiscovered, Croatia is waiting for you, and so are we.