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Blue Cave Tour Won't Leave You Feeling Blue

Updated: Aug 2, 2018


There are many Blue Cave tour companies to choose from and it can be a bit overwhelming. Compare pricing first along with the itenerary.


The Hogz did their research and settled on https://splitlicious.com/split-sea-tours/blue-cave-tour-splitAfter . Picking you up in Split after rendez-vouzing at 3 seperate meeting points, you will step aboard a speedboat water taxi for a thrilling ride to Bisevo Island, whose highlight is the Blue Cave. In order to appreciate its ethereal beauty, we’ll arrive exactly at the time of the day when the sunlight reflected through the sea floor bathes the entire cave in aquamarine light, while objects in the water are turned into shimmering silver.


First, you will be amazed by the Blue Cave’s beauty, located on the East side of island Bisevo. It has two 2 entrances, one that was artificially made and allows for smaller boats to come in, and the bigger, natural one located on the south side of the cave below sea level. It is one of the world’s natural phenomenon blue caves in Europe. Due to the little cracks in the stones the rays of sunshine are able to peep through, thus reflecting the most astonishing silver-blue lights coming from the bottom of the sea.


After visiting the Blue Cave they take you to, yet another amazing location at the base of the island of Vis. Komiza is a lovely place worth visiting mainly because of its long fishing traditions. Island of Vis captured the hearts of many with its beauty, which makes it no surprise that it was chosen as one of the filming locations for the new world-famous musical, Mamma Mia.

After a short ride from Komiza, You’ll reach a Blue Lagoon. If you think you’re in paradise, it’s because you are. You can’t help but to dive into the turquoise sea while admiring the surrounding islands covered in greenery and limestone accents.


You can snorkel and see clear through to the bottom of the sea’s floor approximately 4 meters down The Blue Lagoon is a snorkeler’s utopia featuring a crystal clear sea with a sea floor made out of crushed sea shells mixed with sand which, under the sunlight, produces mesmerizing transparent turquoise color. After exploring the seabed, turn on your back and just float effortlessly as you observe the water as it reminds you of looking through glass. The water isn’t warm but it isn’t cold either. A little over 76 degrees and perfect to cool off after sunbathing on the back of a speedboat!


The Blue Lagoon is a snorkeler’s utopia featuring a crystal clear sea with a sea floor made out of crushed sea shells mixed with sand which, under the sunlight, produces mesmerizing transparent turquoise color. After exploring the seabed, turn on your back and just float effortlessly as you observe the water as it reminds you of looking through glass. The water isn’t warm but it isn’t cold either. A little over 76 degrees and perfect to cool off after sunbathing on the back of a speedboat!

Once done with a magnificent swim in the Blue Lagoon, you are swept away to the island of Hvar. It's similar to Split but smaller and still has the sweet label of a stoney old Roman city with new vibes. Hvar is a smaller city but is worth a visit!

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