All excursions are weather permitting
As we set off from the main pier in Donje Celo, the boat will circumnavigate to the left, passing by the magnificent, untouched cliffs of Kalamota. After 30 minutes you’ll arrive at Kalamota’s renowned Blue Cave.
The skipper will anchor the boat here where you’ll be able to dive into the crystal clear waters and enter the natural beauty of the Blue Cave. The reflection of the sun on the white sand of the ocean floor casts everything in a stunning blue light.
Those who wish to swim in the cave can easily enter and exit the water using the boat's ladder. For those who are a little less sure of themselves in the water; there is the opportunity to borrow a life jacket to help you into the cave. A skipper will always be on hand to assist.
As we finish off in the Blue Cave, you’ll then pass by the island’s lighthouse and head to the other side of our island to the second village of Gornje Celo where you’ll be able to relax and enjoy the sandy beach, restaurant or bar before the boat ends your excursion back in Donje Celo.
If you’d like to see the Blue Cave in all its glory and have the boat to yourselves, we offer private excursions. You can then explore the Blue Cave and take control of where you’d like to stop around the island to swim and snorkel. Excursions can be taken any day of the week, weather permitting. Private excursions can include transfers from the mainland (location dependent).
One of Dubrovnik’s many wonders is the beautiful Old Town itself; also know to many Game of Thrones fans as King’s Landing. This excursion runs from Kalamota on Monday and Wednesday setting sail at 10am, sailing along the stunning coastline passing the island of Lokrum before arriving into the old port of Dubrovnik at 11am.
Passengers can disembark the boat here for 4 hours of free time in the Old Town; which is the perfect amount of time to enjoy the sights, have some lunch, walk the walls and meet back on the pier for the boat to take you back to Kalamota at 3pm arriving back to the island by 4pm.
Experience the magic of the Old Town lit up at night and see the lights of the fortified walls glisten on the marble floors. Set sail from Kalamota at 7pm, cruise along the coastline and see the Old City from the sea as you dock in the old port at 8pm for three hours of free time. The boat will pick up again at 11pm for arrival back on the island at midnight.
As you look across the water from Kalamota, you can see the islands in the distance and with our island hopping excursion, you can have the chance to explore them.
Set sail from Kalamota and cross the water to our neighbouring island of Lopud. Firstly stopping at Šunj beach to swim, snorkel or just soak up the views in one of the local bars. After 45 minutes, the tour continues to the other side of Lopud where you’ll have 1.5 hours of free time. Here you will find a beautiful harbour, local gift shops, restaurants, stunning architecture, sandy beaches, botanical gardens and a Franciscan monastery.
The excursion then continues to Šipan where there will be an extra swim stop and you can visit the harbour of Šipan for an hour of free time. Here is a small fishing village with it’s very own castle. There’s plenty to see on Šipan with old churches, shops, restaurants and stunning views.
Rent a boat and get the freedom to choose exactly where you want to go and discover the parts of Dubrovnik that you really want to see. Boats can be rented for several hours (min 2h), half day and whole day. Boat rentals are with a licensed, friendly skipper and fuel is included. For pricing, availability and bookings contact us here.