Soak up the Mediterranean sun and feel the beauty
that nature washes upon the scenery
and take part in learning about the rich cultural heritage of Croatia.
All that and more awaits you on this tour…
so do not hesitate a second!
Learn more about the program down below,
followed by booking instructions for those of you
who want their very own Adriatic adventure!
Includes and Excludes
|Blue Cave Entrance ticket||Lunch|
|Transport from the meeting points with brand new speedboats||Pick up from hotel and drop off|
Blue Cave Tour from Split
|07:15h Meeting point is here ( In front of the Church and Monastery of St. Francis)|
|07:30h Departure from Split|
|09:00h Arrival to Blue Cave|
|10:00h Departure from Blue Cave|
|10:30h Arrival to Stiniva (island of Vis) & Free time (30 min)|
|11:00h Departure from Stiniva|
|11:15h Arrival to the Blue Lagoon & Free time (1h)|
|12:15h Departure from the Blue Lagoon|
|13:00h Arrival to Palmižana & Free time (1h 30min)|
|14:35h Arrival to Hvar & Free time (2h 30min)|
|17:00h Departure from Hvar|
|18:00h Arrival to Split|
|18:30h Arrival to Trogir|
What to bring
|Small amount of money in local currency (HRK)|
Blue Cave Tour from Split
Blue Cave Croatia
For the enthusiastic travelleror laid back adventurer,
the Blue Cave tour from Split really is the perfect trip,
featuring visits to five beautiful Croatian islands. (In general, the meeting point is in Split, but on request it can go from Trogir as well.)
Once everyone is on board, the boat will take you to your first stop
– The Blue Cave, which is located on the island of Biševo.
You will have some free time to explore the island before going into the Cave itself
(and you don’t have to worry about ticket as it is included in the price).
The Blue Cave is a magical place bound to give you an experience you will never forget,
all thanks to its dashing blue lights illuminating the water as well as the cave itself! It’s really a mesmerizing place, bound to sweep you right off your feet. Make sure you stay on the boat since the swimming inside of the Blue Cave is strictly prohibited.
After your visit of the Blue Cave, the next stop is Stiniva Beach, voted for the Best European Beach of 2016,
located on the island of Vis. The beach is secluded from the Adriatic Sea as it is surrounded by high gorges.
Inside them there is a pebble beach and entering it one might have the impression of being
in a cobbled auditorium Roman amphitheater.
Blue Lagoon – Budikovac Island
Shortly after the departure from Stiniva Beach
you will arrive to the Blue Lagoon,
a well-known lagoon which features crystal-clear sea, and rich flora and fauna.
Once on Budikovac Island,
you will take part in scuba-diving activities (the price is included in the tour price).
If the scuba-diving is not your cup of tea, you’ll be able to swim and relax without any responsibility!
Cruising the Adriatic Sea between islands
you can even run into dolphins as they happily swim around boats.
Palmizana – Paklinski Islands
Arriving at Palmižana on Paklinski islands
you can relax and enjoy in a tourist resort dedicated
to high-quality service and enjoyment Restaurants there serve exquisite food
with the best fish menus in this part of Europe.
If you consider yourself a cuisine-enthusiast, you should definitely try them out!
With full bellies the next stop is the island of Hvar. Sometimes called “The Pearl of the Adriatic Sea”, it is the most popular island in Croatia.
You can try out some of many Croatian delicacies
and specialities as well as let explore the streets and cultural sights.
One of the must visit places is definitely the fortress of Hvar
overlooking the entire island.
It is the perfect spot for photographs that will make your friends jealous.
After the time spent on the island of Hvar,
you should be heading back to Split (and afterwards Trogir) as Hvar was your last stop of the day,
bringing with you many beautiful memories.
Useful information before booking your tour:
- Travellers have an opportunity to see dolphins in the Blue Cave area early in the morning.
- You ought to bring a hat with you since you will be exposed to the Sun most of the time.
- The Blue Cave is not always opened for visit – if the sea level gets too high, the access to the Cave is not possible.
- Swimming inside the Blue Cave is not allowed, but you are more than welcome to do so while visiting the nearby beaches.
- At some point, a speedboat ride can become little energetic, but it is safe at any time.
Blue Cave tour from Split
Frequently asked questions:
What should I bring with me?
As it is a tour where you will be spending most of your time on the sea,
you should bring a swim suit and a towel for your enjoyment as well as sunscreen,
a hat and sunglasses for your protection. If you take any medication, we strongly advise and remind you to bring them with you since it is a whole-day trip.
What should we do in case of bad weather?
If we decide to cancel the tour due to bad weather conditions, we will make sure to notify you as soon as possible. Safety comes first!
In that case there are three options:
we can reschedule your trip when it is convenient for you,
we can offer you a refund or you can choose another tour from our offer.
What do I need to know about the visit to the Blue Cave Croatia?
Although the tickets are included in price,
we cannot guarantee you the immediate entrance to the Blue Cave,
especially during the high season.
There might be some waiting,
but until the time arrives to enter the Cave you can swim around in the sea nearby it
or you can enjoy relaxing on the shore with the cup of coffee or something cooler.
Once entering the Blue Cave
you must remember that swimming inside it is strictly forbidden!
What is the cancellation policy?
Only in case of cancellation of booking with the 48 hour notice, you will get the full refund.
Naturally, changing the date of the tour or choosing another one does not offer you the option of any refund.
In case that we cancel the tour due to bad weather or unpredictable technical issues,
it is possible to change the day of the tour. If the date is not suitable for you, you will get the full refund.
I booked the tour, and the tour was cancelled. When will I recieve my refund?
Your refund will be issued on the day of the cancellation.
However, it can take 3-5 working days for the banks to transfer the money back.
Please be patient and if you have any problems contact us directly! We will be more than happy to help.
Is it possible to pay in cash?
The online booking system is the safest way of online payment,
where all of your credit card information is protected.
With online booking we can follow more easily the number of people registered for the tour
and offer you more precisely all of the information you may need.
If you don’t feel safe enough with online payment and you really want to pay in cash,
you can contact us by phone or come to our office directly.
I booked the tour online, but I have not recieved the confirmation and the ticket. What should I do?
There can be some delays in receving the confirmation
and the ticket due to process of payment (sometimes, it takes some time). Once your payment is confirmed you will receive a confirmation e-mail
which is a valid proof of your reservation.
If you do not receive this,
please check your spam folder and/or make sure you entered a valid e-mail address when making the booking.
If you still have problems, please contact us!