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Tour Kotor - Islands Our Lady of the the Rock - Blue Cave -Every 3 hours

Highlights
  • Discover the Bay of Kotor’s highlights on a boat tour from Kotor
  • Prebook to secure your seat for an easy, scenic way to tour the bay
  • Swim in a cave, visit Lady of the Rocks, and hear history you’d miss alone
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Tour Kotor - Islands Our Lady of the the Rock - Blue Cave -Every 3 hours
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BLUE CAVE TOUR 09 amMost Popular
Kotor - Lady of the Rock - Ex submarine Base - Island Mamula -Blue Cave & Swimming
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BLUE CAVE TOUR 12:00
Kotor - Lady of the Rock - Ex submarine Base - Island Mamula -Blue Cave & Swimming
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BLUE CAVE TOUR 15 pm
Kotor - Lady of the Rock - Ex submarine Base - Island Mamula -Blue Cave & Swimming
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Overview
The Bay of Kotor—also called Boka—offers up islets, caves, and more. This boat tour lets you experience its highlights more easily and scenically than traveling by hire car or public transport. Prebook to secure your seat, and visit the Our Lady on the Rocks island church, a Soviet-era submarine base, and the Blue Grotto, to swim in its neon-blue waters. A choice of departures provides important flexibility.
What to Expect

Starting time from 09:00 am - 09:00 pm every 3 hours .
DETAILED DESCRIPTION:
During this 3-hour tour you will learn Montenegro’s history from the water and gain a first-hand appreciation of the close connection the people have with the sea.
Enjoy panoramic views of Kotor Bay with its quaint fishing villages, medieval churches and more nestled at the base of sheer cliffs. Take a few minutes to visit Our Lady of the Rocks church, a small Roman Catholic building erected on an artificial island created over centuries by local fisherman who laid a rock in the bay after each successful voyage.
Journey over to Tivat Bay where you can admire the mega yachts and pretty coves dotting the coastline. Herceg Novi Bay will romance you with its Byzantine and oriental architectural styles. It is also home to Mamula, an uninhabited islet dominated by a former Austro-Hungarian fortress. You will also make a quick stop at an ex-submarine military base.
While in Herceg Novi, take a refreshing dip in the iconic Blue Cave. Accessible only by boat, this cave is so named due to the way the light hits the bottom and makes the whole cave look blue.
Throughout the tour you will be provided with cold water, comfortable seat cushions and a tent for sun protection.
Reserve your seat in the boat and get ready to enjoy postcard-perfect views of Boka Bay under the shimmering Mediterranean sun.
About Boka Bay
No matter whether you enter Boka by land or by sea - your experience will the same - Boka will fascinate you! It looks as if the mountains have cracked and let the sea in. This is the southernmost fjord in Europe. The high mountains bend over the thin coastline thus protecting it from the severe climate from the north. That is why Boka is an oasis of Mediterranean vegetation: agave, palm, mimosa, oleander, kiwi, pomegranate, medicinal herbs. When its peaks are covered with snow, the roses bloom in the foothills.
The church Gospa od Skrpjela (Our Lady if the Rock)
is located at the same named island which is located in bay of Boka Kotorska across the beautiful small and peaceful town Perast. This church was raised in 1630 on an artificial island, which was built by fishermen from Perast. According to a legend these fishermen after the shipwreck found on a sea rock an icon of Holy Mother of God with Christ and vowed that right on that spot where the icon was found they will build a church, which will be dedicated to this icon of the Holy Mother of God, protector of sailors and fishermen.
The Blue Grotto
is one of the most attractive in a series of caves located on the peninsula Lustica, situated between the bay Zlatna luka (Golden Harbour) and cape Mokra gora (Wet Mountain). It is 5.7 nm far from Herceg Novi.

Reviews (50)
1 - 5 of 45 reviews
Reviewed 23 October 2018
AMAZING Boat tour!

This excursion was perfect for a few hours in Montenegro via cruise ship. Honestly didn't know what to expect but this was great. The tour was on a regular boat with 7 other people plus our driver. He was great and knowledgeable and very fun!...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Tiffany B
Reviewed 19 October 2018
Great tour when its warm

Thought it was a great tour. Boat took us around. Captain was very knowledgeable and enjoyed listening to him. One drawback was the season. We went at the start of October. Being out on a speedboat with the wind blowing, it was pretty cold. Then...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank rhynole
Reviewed 16 October 2018
Excellent boat tour

3 hours of amazing scenery throughout the boat ride. The Mamula submarine caves are a sight to behold. The blue caves are lovely and of course visiting the lady on the rock is worth a visit. Highly recommend this tour it has an excellent mix...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Bethan W
Reviewed 6 October 2018
Submarine and speed boat tour

Brilliant speed boat ride that takes a dozen people. Charming organisers who allowed us to change our booking because of bad weather. Worth every penny.

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Paulandlinda2018
Reviewed 2 October 2018
Great 3 hours

Good value for money, went late September and cancelled a couple of times before going as weather needs to be good and more enjoyable the warmer it is. Fairly exposed between Perast and the Blue Cave so be prepared for the wind as the speedboat...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank mdp1
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FloridaReady2go
8 August 2018|
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Response from JSSZ | Reviewed this property |
The place is literally 5 mins walk form where the tenders dropped us off from our ship.
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kimbero2018
28 July 2018|
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Response from MumtoM | Reviewed this property |
There’s another one at 6 if that helps.
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edelauro
5 July 2018|
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Response from Jools1979 | Reviewed this property |
I would be wary, it's a small boat that travels very vast and bounces around pretty bad, they do not give lifejackets either.
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