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Blue Cave and Six Island Tour from Split

  • Explore the Blue Cave and six beautiful islands near Split
  • Admire the otherworldly blue light inside the Blue Cave
  • Spend time snorkeling, sunbathing, and swimming
Blue Cave and Six Island Tour from Split
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Blue Cave and Six Island Tour from Split
From $126.34
Set sail for a day of adventure during this 10-hour speedboat tour of the famous Blue Cave and islands near Split. Zoom across the Adriatic Sea to Bisevo Island, home to the ethereal blue light of the Blue Cave. Continue exploring nearby islands and caves, including Stiniva Bay and the Blue Lagoon, snorkeling, swimming, and sunning at each stop. Finish in the historic city of Hvar, enjoying lunch (own expense) and time to visit its charming fortress. A guide, entrance fees (except for Hvar Fortress), light refreshments, and snorkel gear, are covered.
What to Expect
Croatia is best known as a dream getaway for a perfect holiday. It has everything to satisfy the fantasy of any vacationer. Most famous historical places, untouched nature, hidden beaches where the water is so clear that the boats in sea appear like they are floating in the air, not to mention the gastronomy, and this is just the beginning. As expeienced guides we would love to invite you to join us on our Blue Cave and six island tour. Blue Cave is a natural phenomenom which is situated 1 hour and 30 minutes from Split's main harbor, on Biševo island. 

The next destination will be surprise destination - but it wouldn't be a surprise if we revel it to you now. 

The Monk seal Cave consists of a spacious outer part, and the inner narrow and darker part with the underwater opening to the partially shaded place where it housed a type of seals that got the name, the Mediterranean Sea Bear. The local people called him Sea Bear or Sea Cow, while his Latin name was Monachus monachus, in translation - a monk. In this 70-meter-long and 4-meter-wide cave they lived, they were born and perhaps died, also nicknamed the 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.

Stiniva is one of the most famous coves on Vis island, and certainly has the most unusual form. It is located on the south side of the island, bordered by high cliffs that leave only four meters close to the entrance from the sea. After passing through the "door" , it opens a beautiful rounded bay with a pebble beach. Stiniva was declared the most beautiful beach in Europe in 2015.

 Our next destination is a small paradise on earth situated between 3 islets Blue Lagoon on Budikovac island. Blue Lagoon is one of the prettiest locations in the middle part of the Adriatic for snorkeling and swimming. Here you can let your self be lazy and enjoy in tranquility in one of the most beautiful seas in the world. The next location that will leave you breathless is Pakleni islands or translated to english The Devil's island. Don't worry there is no burning flames but they are most beautiful island complex in Adriatic sea.
Over 20 hidden beaches and bays this place will wake explorer in you and make you wanna stay. From Pakleni islands we are heading to the most famous island in Croatia, Hvar island ( 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 certanly this one, it is one of those tours that make you ask for more, and it is a perfect way to discover the undiscovered.
Reviews (59)
1 - 5 of 15 reviews
Reviewed September 29, 2018
Not all that was advertised

We went on this trip with Riva Travel at the end of Sept. great skipper and crew. However the trip said there would be a light refreshment (croissant or dohnut) and water provided, neither of which there was any sign of, thankfully we had a...More

Date of experience: September 2018
1  Thank Karen F
Reviewed August 29, 2018
Excellent communication and very friendly staff

I unfortunately couldn't make it on this trip, and contacted the company to cancel. I was helped very quickly and adequately, by Magdalena. I very much appreciate her help and responsiveness and she was extremely accommodating. Thank you!

Date of experience: August 2018
1  Thank mandy3852018
Reviewed August 8, 2018
Amazing experience!

We had an early start to the day, which was completely worth it! The speed boat was really fun and the skipper was great. There was also good music playing the whole time, which made the early start easier. We were one of the first...More

Date of experience: July 2018
2  Thank Elena R
Reviewed August 8, 2018
A GREAT day trip

I would (and will) recommend this tour to anyone going to Split. The skipper, Ivo, and the guide, Monika, were both fantastic and extremely friendly. It was a great day - filled with memories never to be forgotten. No cons to choosing this trip at...More

Date of experience: August 2018
5  Thank JoshS3284
Reviewed August 6, 2018 via mobile
Rib to renember!

The skipper truly knew how to handle the rib to get the most fun out of it, and played great music that made the trip even better. We missed both the breakfast and the snorkles -misguiding information is never good for business. And if it...More

Thank Tromsolenny
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