Boat tours

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BLUE CAVE ADVENTURE

  • Departure from Kotor ( 09:00, 12:00, 15:00)
  • Driving to the Blue Cave - 60 minutes 
  • Entrances to the submarine tunnels - 10 minutes 
  • Panoramic view of island Mamula - 10 minutes 
  • Visiting  and swimming inside Blue cave - 25 minutes 
  • Driving to island  Our Lady of the Rocks - 45 minutes 
  • Visiting the islet Our Lady of the Rocks - 25 minutes
  • Driving back to Kotor - 15 minutes 

We offer you the opportunity to visit the Blue Cave, one of the most popular tourist attractions in the Bay of Boka Kotorska. During the speedboat ride, you can enjoy the panoramic view of Perast, Our Lady of the Rocks, Tivat, Porto Montenegro and Herceg Novi.

On our way to the Blue Cave, we will make a brief stop near the entrances to the abandoned submarine tunnels, which were built by the Yugoslav Army.

As we proceed, the open sea and the island with a fortress called Mamula will come into view.

Originally, “Mamula” was never made to be a prison, but a defensive fort, being located in the middle of the bay and having the best blocking position. However, in the World War II Italians converted the fort into a concentration camp well known for brutal torture and cruelty to prisoners.

Our skipper will give you the information about the history of this island. We will not go there because of ongoing renovation works. After that, we will proceed to the Blue Cave where you can enjoy swimming and diving.

The cave has two openings. Through the larger entrance a boat and smaller vessels can enter the cave and allow tourists to attend the incredible game of light and water in the interior.

For real experience of the cave, we recommend swimming from the boat and using snorkeling masks to explore the world beneath the surface of the water. For unsecure swimmers, we will provide life jackets.

On our way back to Kotor, we will visit the islet called Our Lady of the Rocks, which we passed by at the beginning of our trip.

On an islet is located catholic church which was as renovated in 1722. The church contains 68 paintings by Tripo Kokolja, a famous 17th-century baroque artist from Perast.

THINGS TO NOTE:

Duration: 3 hours

What to bring: Towel, sun cream, hat, swimming suits, sunglasses, jacket for chilly weather

Including: WIFI, transport by boat, snorkeling mask, drinks ( water and beer ), insurance, English speaking licensed skipper

Not including: Food, other drinks, entrance fee to the museum ( 1euro per person )

Walking Tour 3 hours

35€ / person

210€ / boat