6 island trip – Blue Cave – full day trip – group tour

Biševo, Vis, Budikovac, Ravnik, Palmižana, Hvar


Departure Supetar or Split
Island bisevo (Blue cave, Medvidina cave)
Island Vis (Stiniva bay)
Island Ravnik (Green cave)
Island Budihovac (Blue lagoon swimming and snorkeling)
Hvar town
Arrival Supetar or Split


Discover six islands and two sea caves on a 10-hour speedboat cruise from Supetar or Split. Board a RIB (Scanner Envy), and visit beauty spots including the Blue Grotto and Medvidina cave before stopping to swim, snorkel, and sunbathe at Budikovac Island’s Blue Lagoon. After a restaurant lunch, cruise to Hvar Town, enjoying free time here before a relaxying cruise to your homeport.


entrance fees, use of snorkeling equipment, windproof jackets, snacks, fruits and drinks on the boat included.


Cut through the waves on your speedboat, powered by a 300 horsepower engine, and head southwest to the Blue Grotto on Bisevo Island. Watch for dolphins and sea turtles, and hear about the Adriatic coast, and its flora and fauna, from your skipper.

After about 90 minutes, arrive and sail into the Blue Grotto. Marvel at the piercing blue hues of the water caused by sunlight bouncing off the limestone bottom, and then, if time allows, check out other caves like the Monk Seal Cave.

Sail on to Stiniva Bay on Vis Island, a crescent-shaped bay enfolded by two curving cliffs. Admire this stunning beauty spot before continuing to the Green Cave on Ravnik Island. Glide inside the cave to admire the waters, cast emerald by the reflected sunlight, and depending on the number of visiting boats, enjoy an optional swim.

Next, cruise to the Blue Lagoon on Budikovac Island. Drop anchor in the turquoise shallows, and enjoy free time to go ashore or enjoy the waters. Take a swim or snorkel, laze on the beach, or stroll on the pretty island. Then, refuel with lunch at Budikovac’s only restaurant, savoring freshly prepared dishes of local ingredients before sailing on to Hvar Island.

Dock at Hvar Town and get time to explore independently, perhaps visiting the medieval fortress or dipping into the shops and coffee houses along the pretty streets.