From Split and Trogir: 5 Islands and Blue Cave Day Trip
- Small group
- Skip the ticket line
- Duration: 10 hours
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Delivers as advertised! Fun sail, gorgeous swimming stops, enough time to check out Hvar and really friendly folks working aboard. The only thing that keeps me from giving 5/5 is that social distancing measured weren’t fully possible with how many people were on the catamaran and (note for people with kids) there was some obvious drug use on board by a group of teens. Basically if you want to drink all day on the boat, that’s possible, but there were also folks with kids, so it can be a trip for anyone, depending on if you’re not looking for a bone-dry boat.
Wonderful trip to Blue Cave and Hvar! The transport by speedboat was great. Blue Cave is amazing, such a unique experience. We stopped at Blue Lagoon as well, which is wonderful, but do bring water shoes with you, as the entrance to the water is full of big, slippery rocks. The water is amazingly clear. Lunch on Hvar island was great, but there was nothing else to do on the island, sadly, due to Covid some places were closed. Wonderful guide who made sure we are all enjoying our day. Big thank you!
Very exciting trip with a high fun factor because of the touch of rollercoaster feeling when riding along the waves. Blue Cave is very magnificent to see because of the deep blue of the water. The bathing stop at the blue lagoon and the stops in Hvar and on Vis have been a nice addon. I can recommend the tour to anybody who likes quick boats
Great day, well organised. I would highly recommend it. The crew on the boat were extremely friendly and professional. They all took measures during COVID to ensure passenger and food safety. Great way to meet people, swim and the tour guide at Hvar was also extremely informative. Well worth the money!
Everything on this excursion is very good, thrilling speedboat ride, relaxing stop offs.. the blue lagoon is paradise, (just watch out for those sea urchins)! I recommend entering the water from the boat to avoid urchins in the rocks near the shore