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Blue Cave Tour


Duration: Up to 3.5 hours

Excursion breakdown: All times are approximate based on weather conditions, personal interests and length of your leisure time

  • Meet your skipper at the pier (short introduction about tour and safety) 5 min
  • Speed boat ride out of the Bay of Tivat near One & Only resort to open sea and *Blue Cave 45 min.
  • Visit Blue Cave, swimming 25 min
  • Speed boat ride to **beach restaurant 20 min
  • Leisure time at the beach with a beach restaurant 60 min
  • Speed boat around island of ***Mamula 15 min
  • Speed boat ride to ****submarine tunnel and visit 20 min
  • Speed boat ride to Tivat 20 min

The speedboat captain has the right to cancel, change, shorten or abort the tour at any time if safety of the passengers is at risk in case of bad weather.

Group tour (min. 5 pax)               from 40 EUR pp
Individual tour  (max 7 pax)        from 250 EUR

What’s included
– Bottled water
– Fuel surcharge
– Shower on-board
– Multi-language Captain

PLEASE BRING: an extra bottle of drinking water, a sun screen, sun glasses, a hat, bathing suit, towel, camera and extra money for coffee, snack and/or souvenirs.

– In the agency SiP travel, 21. November bb
– On the spot, before the departure

*Blue Cave
At about 6 nautical miles from Herceg Novi, located on the Luštica peninsula is perhaps the most beautiful natural phenomenon on the Montenegrin coast – Blue Cave. It was created at the bottom of the 100 meters cliff, as a result of a thousand years impact of sea waves on porous rocks of Luštica. Cave has two openings, the smaller, on the southern side and a larger, 10 meters high and 15 meters wide, located on the southwest side, which allows tourists to attend the irresistible games of light and water in the inner part of the cave. This natural cave, with a ceiling of 9 meters above sea level, will take breath to anyone who visits it. Through the entrance sunlight enters its interior, and wraps around the surface of the water making great shades of blue by which cave got its name. The crystal clear and warm water just entices to dive into and to become one with irresistible atmosphere that these natural caves create.

**Dobrec, Miriste and Fishing village (Zanjic)
are 3 famous fishing restaurants, each one with beautiful beach or sea approach on which you can spend your free time. To some of these restaurants you can approach only by the sea.

*** Mamula Island
is an island with a carefully restored 19th century fort located at the entrance of UNESCO World Heritage Site Bay of Kotor. The fort was built in 1853 by Austro -Hungarian general Lazarus von Mamula and takes up about 90% of the island's surface area. Fort Mamula was part of the Austro-Hungarian Army's contingency plans of preventing the enemy entrance into the Bay of Kotor. During World War II, from 30 May 1942 onwards, the fascist forces of Benito Musolini's Kingdom of Italy converted the Mamula fort into a concentration camp The concentration camp was known for torture and cruelty to prisoners. Most of the camp's prisoners came from the neighboring area.

****Submarine tunnel
Submarine tunnels are located on Nord-east part of Lustica peninsula, just on the exit from the Bay of Kotor. Built by former Yugoslav Navy, these tunnels were used to keep submarines and smaller ships out of sight of the enemies during WW2. Now out of use, swimming in this submarine tunnels will make you feel as a part of history of this part of earth.

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