Blue Cave Tour from Kotor, Montenegro

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A 3-hour boat tour from Kotor with stops and visits at Top Boka Bay attractions can be a fun and exciting way to explore the area. The tour would begin with a boat ride from Kotor, with a panoramic view of Perast along the way. From Perast, the tour would continue to the Lady of the Rocks island, where visitors can explore the island's church and museums and learn about its rich history. After visiting the Lady of the Rocks, the tour would proceed to Submarine Base from old Yugoslavian wars so you can learn about Montenegrian military and history and then a panoramic view of Mamula Island, where visitors can admire the island's 19th-century fort and its beautiful surroundings. Finally, the tour would stop at the Blue Cave, where visitors can marvel at the cave's stunning blue light and swim in its crystal-clear waters. Overall, the tour would provide a unique and enjoyable way to experience the beauty and culture of the region

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Aquaholic Speedboat Tours

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Kotor Municipality

On the beggining of the tour, you will have a 20min from our speedboat to enjoy beautiful view of Kotor Bay on our way to other touristic attractions. We will travel along the coast and you will have a time to expirience the spirit of old fisherman's villages dating from many centuries in the past (Muo, Prcanj, Stoliv), incredieble forests and nature which are representing Kotor together with amazing architectural buildings like churches, old stone houses etc.

Duration: 20 minutes

Pass By: Perast

The single street Old Town of Perast, located in Boka Bay at the edge of the St. Ivan hill, is considered the oldest settlement in Boka Bay as some discovered evidence of Neolithic culture found here dating back to 3500 years BC. Today Perast presents the worldly distinction as an important protected UNESCO world heritage site. The former city of captains and seafarers and today’s recognized luxury tourist destination records life in the town for eight centuries. Its position with the view of the whole Bay, including its two islands 'Our Lady of the Rock' and 'St George', represents a top tourist attraction in Montenegro. Easily reachable by waterway from the Bay of Kotor and Tivat makes it an inevitable tourist spot.

Stop At: Our Lady of the Rocks

OUR LADY OF THE ROCKS The Island Our Lady of the Rocks, was made as an artificial island, which according to the stories was made by the seaman from Perast and Kotor, who on their big sail boats brought big stones. On the island there is a church. According to a legend, fisherman from Perast, after a shipwreck near the island, have found a icon of the Holy Mother of God with the Christ on a sea rock, so as the customs say they vowed to build a church on the island. They have built the church in 1630. As the island had to be maintained, the seaman continued to bring the stones, so that tradition is alive even today. If you want to go inside the church, you need to pay admission to them 1.5€

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Rose

At the Lustica Peninsula we are going inside of hidden Submarine Base built during world wars for Yugoslavian army. (We are not going on Peninsula by foot, we are going into Submarine Base which is entered by speedboat.

Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By: Mamula Fortress

Mamula Island Island Mamula is located at the entrance of the bay between Lustica and Herceg Novi. The fort on the island which covers almost 90% of the area, was built in 1853 by Austro-Hungarian admiral Lazar Mamula to prevent the enemies to enter the Bay of Kotor. After 1942, the fort was turned into a concentration camp during the period of Mussolini.

Stop At: Blue Grotto

The Blue Cave is a natural phenomenon located on the Monenegrian coast. The cave is known for its stunning blue light that illuminates the cave's interior. The light, which is caused by sunlight reflecting off the white-pebble bottom of the cave, creates a mesmerizing effect that has captivated visitors for centuries. The cave can only be accessed by boat, which is perfect solution for hot summer days. Inside the cave, visitors can swim in the crystal-clear waters and marvel at the cave's unique beauty. The Blue Cave is a must-see destination for anyone visiting the region. Stop will be half an hour so you can enjoy in swimming, photographing and listening some great music.

Duration: 30 minutes
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