Vis is not one of those islands you just visit. Vis is the island you experience!
Craving for new adventures? You are in a right place.
Our "Vis Island, Caves and Pakleni Islands" sea tour offers you an island-hopping adventure you will never forget. This daily tour begins with a cozy 45 minutes speed boat sail from Hvar Island to Green Cave. We will enter Green Cave by boat so don't miss the opportunity to capture some memories. Cave's walls and water inside shimmer and sparkle in all possible shades of blue and green. It is a one-of-a-kind scene you don't want to miss. Memories shouldn't just be captured, they also should be made. Swimming in Green Cave is for sure a memory you will treasure for the rest of your life. If you are free spirit and a true adventurer you can even jump off the Green Cave. Recommended only for professionals.
The next stop of our excursion is Blue Cave, located on Biševo Island. We will get there within a 45 minutes speedboat sail. Biševo Island is our first stop where you will be able to refresh yourself. Spoiling yourself with local homemade wines is a must-do. If you loved Green Cave wait to see how amazed you will be with Blue Cave. The local guide takes you into Blue Cave with a small boat. There is the second entrance under the sea level where sunlight gets in reflecting through the water. This creates dazzling blue effect all over the Cave.
Before we reach the third stop of our daily tour – Stiniva beach, we will cruise the southern coast of Vis island where you will enjoy the spectacular view of color-drenched cliffs and lagoons. Very soon you will figure out why Stiniva is the most beautiful European beach. With its great location far away from busier beaches, crystal clear water and breathtaking cliff backdrop this secluded pebble beach proved to be Croatian seaside paradise. Budikovac Island is our last stop before lunch break. This is a gorgeous lagoon with crystal clear waters and pebbly beaches.
After visiting Budikovac Island we will be heading to Stončica, beautiful sandy beach on Vis Island or to Palmižana, great pebble beach on St. Klement Island (Pakleni Islands). There you can enjoy authentic Dalmatian cuisine and great homemade wines. We stop for your lunch break you won't be sorry. At the end of our sea tour you will be blown away with beautiful bay of Ždrilca (Pakleni Islands).
Here is only an example of a proposed excursion to get the idea how it works. It is though very difficult to have a strict schedule once we are on the open sea. The get the best out of the excursion, the tour plan is regularly modified by the skipper on the spot. Depending on the boarding issues, timing, waiting queues at caves, weather and sea currents the skipper will decide the best options.
|09:45 - 10:15 am
|Hvar harbor, departure
|~ 10:45 am
|Green Cave (Ravnik islet) – swimming, sightseeing
|~ 12:10 am
|Blue Cave (Biševo Island) + refreshment pause (bar, toilet etc.)
|~ 01:30 pm
|Cliffs (southern side of Vis Island) - sightseeing cruise. Possible shorter stops for photo shooting and swimming
|~ 01:50 pm
|Stiniva beach – swimming, relaxing, photo shooting
|~ 02:45 pm
|Budikovac islet lagoon – swimming, chilling
|~ 03:30 pm
Arrival at one of the two optional lunch stops. The location will be chosen by skipper depending on weather conditions, arrangement, time schedule etc. Lunch break takes around 1:30h.
1.) Stončica beach (Vis Island) or
2.) Palmižana beach (St. Klement, Pakleni Islands)
|~ 05:30 pm
|Ždrilca (Pakleni Islands) – last swimming, relaxing, sunbathing
|05:45 - 06:30 pm
|Hvar harbor return, arrival
As of recent few years we are witnessing rapidly changing trends. Hordes of tourists are now overwhelming the caves each day in the season (July-Aug). The waiting queues are majorly increased so it’s the best advice to be prepared for that, as judging by TripAdvisor it is still worth to visit despite of the crowds. You can kill the time in the bar or on the nearby beach swimming. Also now both caves have a separate fee with no option of group or combined tickets. Unfortunately we have no influence there. We can also propose giving-up one of the caves asking the skipper to explore other beautiful locations nearby instead.