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Blue cave Tour – what to bring

Blue cave Tour – what to bring

Croatia seems like a really small country, as such most people expect the Blue cave to be just around the corner. This is not the case when going to the Blue cave tour from Split, the Blue cave is on the small island of Biševo on the open sea. With our new speedboat, it’s possible to get to the Blue cave in about one and a half-hour. To make the most of your experience we have selected an itinerary to visit some of the most popular islands in Croatia within our Blue cave tour, but it will take a full day.

Don’t like boat? Don’t go!

You will spend a portion of your day on a speed boat. The longest time you will be on a speed boat is in the morning around 7:30 AM while traveling to the Blue cave, in the early morning the sun will not be as strong, even in the summer. However, for the rest of the tour, it is always advised to bring sunscreen and sunglasses. If you are taking a hat with you, make sure that it won’t fly away during our travels. During pre or postseason, you won’t have to worry about the chilly wind as we have prepared wind jackets for our guests. Life jackets are also available to ease people’s worries. We have been organizing the Blue cave tour for many years and never had any complications, but we understand our visitor’s concerns and will do everything in our power to make our guests feel comfortable.

Seasickness and other problems

If you suffer from motion sickness, we advise that you take appropriate medication, usually, our guests have no problems during the tour, even if they’re prone to seasickness. If you feel that motion sickness medication would help on this journey, just take it before the tour and make sure you have water with you.

Our boat is designed to glide along the waves, so there will be no ‘’crashing’’ into any waves. On that note, if you are traveling somewhere for a full day it’s always best to bring some beverages and snacks. You will visit the following towns on your travels: Komiža, Hvar, and Milna. All of these towns have restaurants, café bars, and markets so there is no need to pack heavily.

With all boat trips from Split, most people are very keen on the swimming part. We will be visiting some beaches such as Stončica and Stiniva, however, you can also swim at the town beaches in Komiža and Hvar. Swimming is not mandatory, but we do advise you to bring swimsuits, towels and a change of clothes. After all, you might not be able to resist the clear waters of the Adriatic Sea, so why take any chances.

If you have any questions or worries, we are always available via our website. We hope this article will help you prepare for your Blue cave tour from Split, it’s an adventure everyone should experience while visiting Croatia.

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