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Kotor: Our Lady of the Rocks, Mamula and Blue Cave Boat Tour1275 Reviews BEST SELLER
See Montenegro's most popular attractions on a speedboat tour, including Our Lady of the Rocks and an abandoned former submarine tunnel. Swim in the Blue Cave, known for its iridescent color.
Our Top Experiences and Tours in Montenegro:If youʻre booking your trip to Montenegro last minute, we have you covered. Below are some of the top tours and experiences!
- Visit Our Lady of the Rocks, built on an artificial island
- Enjoy a swim in the famous Blue Cave
- Take in coastline views and see where WWII submarines were hidden
- Admire the beauty of the Bay of Kotor
- See UNESCO protected heritage sites
DescriptionEnjoy a boat tour to the most popular sights of Boka Bay. See the impressive Our Lady of the Rocks, swim in the Blue Cave, and visit the caves where submarines were hidden. Set sail to your first stop, Our Lady of the Rocks, a church that sits on a man-made island. Hear the story of the two brothers who found a painting of the Madonna and Child and the church that was built where the painting was found. Pass through the scenic Verige Straits along the Herceg Novi Rivera. Sail out of the bay and spot Mamula Island, a prison during WWII. Follow the Lustica Peninsula to the Blue Cave. Here, enjoy the opportunity to swim in the crystal water of the cave. On the way back to Kotor, visit the caves the army used for hiding submarines.
Includes3-hour sightseeing speed boat trip Entry ticket to Our Lady of the Rocks Island Skip-the-line tickets Professional guide Water Snorkel mask Safety Equipment
- In certain situations, such as challenging weather conditions or high sea waves, the tour itinerary may need to be adjusted and the visit to the Blue Cave may have to be skipped This is always done to ensure the safety and comfort of guests on the tour During April, May, September, and October, the church of Our Lady of the Rocks and the museum are open until 5 pm, but you can still visit the island In June it is open until 6 pm, and in July and August it is open until 7 pm It is recommended that you dress warmer during the spring and autumn months because it can be chilly The tour could be canceled if weather conditions are unfavorable Please be aware that finding a parking spot in Kotor during the summer season can be quite challenging if you plan on arriving by car If you decide to visit the church, please keep in mind that there is a dress code, and you cannot enter in a swimsuit