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Croatian Coast Island Speedboat Tour with Blue Cave and Hvar

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  • See some of the Croatian coast’s most popular islands and caves 
  • Speedboat transport saves time and guide introduces ideal snorkel and swim spots
  • Snorkel equipment, wind and life jackets, and safety equipment is included 
Five Island Speedboat Tour Featuring the Blue Cave and Hvar
From US$130.15
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Tour from SplitMost Popular
Address: Matejuška pier, waterfront Trumbićeva obala 2
Tour from Trogir
Address: Kralja Tomislava 16, Trogir
There’s a ton to see on Croatia’s coast, from magical silver-blue caves to island fortresses. This speedboat sightseeing tour allows you to see a lot of the coast in one day, stopping at five islands while leaving time for swimming and exploring charming island towns. Visit the Blue Cave, the fishing village of Komiža, Stiniva Cove, Hvar, and more. Let your guide map out the day so you can be assured of seeing the top sights.
What to Expect
Make your way to the designated pickup points in Trogir or Split and board a speedboat for a 90-minute ride to Biševo island. Hop on a small fishing boat to make the narrow entrance to the famous Blue Cave, where you stop to take photos. Back in the speedboat, continue to the Monk Seal Cave.

Continue the journey to the fisherman’s village of Komiža on Vis island. Stop for roughly one hour for sightseeing, swimming, and checking out the village’s stone houses and narrow streets. Your next stop is the Stiniva Cove on the island’s south side.

Pass by Ravnik and arrange for an optional visit to the Green Cave if your group chooses. Move onto nearby Budikovac Island, where you snorkel in shallow water for about an hour.

Head to the town of Hvar on Hvar Island, passing the Pakleni Islands along the way. Spend a few hours of free time sightseeing and eating here before the return journey to the departure point.

On days when the Blue Cave is closed due to bad weather, you'll be provided with an alternate itinerary. In these instances, you are also free to cancel or rebook your trip for another day.
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1 - 5 of 153 reviews

Reviewed yesterday
Definately recommend this tour!

I’m a single traveler and took this tour with 7 others. Phillip our boat driver and guide took great care of the group and was very knowledgeable. He even spotted some dolphins and stopped close by so we could watch/take pics. We got to the...More

Thank Patti9999
Reviewed 2 days ago
Highly recommend this great day trip!!!

This tour was great! It really was more than what I was expecting it to be! The boat takes you to amazing locations within the Adriatic sea! We were able to see the blue cave, the island of Vis and Hvar and snorkle! The weather...More

Thank Sightseer788354
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Great tour

Hi! We were today for tour, and i must say it was more then i expected. Skiper Stipe was very friendly and in good mood, boat was new and comfortable. The tour was interesting, Stipe show us more natural interesting things on island Vis which...More

Thank Ivana G
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Great day trip!

Both I and my daughter enjoyed a lot the day trip we took. Philip was very attentive and answered all our questions, the weather was perfect, the water clear and refreshing, just perfect!

1  Thank Daniela C
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile
Expensive for a water taxi...

It took 10 minutes of being on the boat to tell us that unfortunately we couldn’t go to see the blue cave for the tour because of the weather conditions, instead we were taken to an island where there wasn’t anything to do other than...More

1  Thank claudiaMG2808MD
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3 September 2018|
Response from Jill S | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I’m not sure. Our boat was full and there were lots of boats out.
David A
28 August 2018|
Response from CarolineGoose |
Can we bring our suitcases on the boat and stay on hvar at the end instead of coming back to split?