About the Tour
Starting from the Port of Kotor, we’ll head first to the Blue Cave. Formed by the force of waves clashing into the cliff for hundreds of years, this cave is one of the most unique places in our bay for swimming and snorkeling. You’ll have 30 minutes here to enjoy the marvelous shades of blue mixing with gloomy rocks and crystal clear water.
After the cave, we will make short sightseeing of Mamula Island. This island was used as a prison during both World Wars. Proceeding ahead we will stop and enter one of the three submarine tunnels, which were once used to hide submarines and small navy ships.
Our next stop will be Lady of the Rocks, the artificial Island in front of Perast, made in the 15th Century. We will remain there for 20 minutes. The island is famous for its stunning Catholic church made by Venetians in 1630. After visiting it, we pass next to Perast and head back to Kotor.
12 persons capacity
Snacks & Drinks
Outstanding trip Blue Cave
I went on a tour to the Blue Cave early in the morning (9AM) and everithing was right on schedule and our skipper, Milan, was a great guide, with very good English speaking skills. I had a lot of questions and he answered them accurately and patiently. I was interested in both the technical details of our boat and the places we visited…
Great boat trip which included blue cave, island Mamula, submarine tunnel, and “lady of rock”. Amazing views during the whole trip. Milic told us interesting things about places we visited as well as recommendations about travelling around Montenegro and the Balkans in general.
Really enjoyed it!
I had the pleasure to have a 3 hours trip around the sunny Kotor. Our skipper Milan provided guidance during the entire trip and also constantly shared with us historical facts about the places we visited. I really recommend the 12 o’clock time slot for having this tour as the water in the Blue cave is going to be sparkling turquoise during strong sun. Enjoy the day!
We really enjoyed our boat trip with Milan. It was great! We visited beautiful places and swam in the Blue Cave.
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