Experience Boka bay with a custom made cruise boat for the most enjoyable journey on water – welcome to Kotor bay Cruise!
We embark in Kotor and shorty after we have our first swimming break to cool down from a hot day. Refreshed, we are headed straight towards the Blue Cave passing entire bay and as we go around the famous former prison "Mamula" we reach the open sea. Swimming in fluorescent blue water inside of a natural cave is one of the best attractions of Boka Bay!
Time for lunch break at the beach Žanjice for to regain our energy.
From there we sail back to Kotor and make another stop for Yugoslavian military tunnels. Don’t miss another quick jump into clear ink blue water here!
The evening hours are the best time to visit famous island Our Lady of Rocks, both church and a museum, when all the tourists are gone.
Now we are ready to go back home! Relaxing ride back followed by astonishing scenery and burning sunset.
With this unique boat tour we discover Boka Bay at its finest and most trustworthy way. Beautiful scenery with high mountains above the water, beaches, caves and historical sites will take your breath away and revile the story that started back in ancient times.
THINGS TO NOTE!
DURATION: up to 8 hours
INCLUDED: transportation by boat, proffesional tour guide in English language, entrance fee to the church and museum, fruit, welcoming champagne and shots
NOT INCLUDED: food, other drinks
WHAT TO BRING: swimming suit, towel, suncream, sunglasses, hat, appropriate clothing for the church
HIGHLIGHTS: ride along the bay, Perast town promenade, swimming in the Blue Cave, going around island Mamula, Žanjice beach, tunnels of yugoslavian army, Island Our Lady of the Rocks, church and museum, swimming in the middle of the bay, ride back with the view of Stoliv, Prčanj and Muo
We start from Kotor at 10.30 am and sail along the bay followed by the beautiful scenery and refreshing breeze.
After 20 minutes we pass the most complete baroque town of Perast, along with two famous islands Our Lady of Rocks (which we will visit on our way back) and St. George.
The best way to cool down is to have a stop in the middle of the bay and dive into the crystal ink blue water near Bijela.
Now refreshed and relaxed, we continue towards the mouth of the bay, in the distance viewing towns of Tivat and Herceg Novi.
Soon, on the horizon, at the very entrance of Boka Bay we spot former fortified prison and concentration camp called „Mamula“. As the entrance to the island is no longer allowed, we’ll be passing all around to carefully seize the wild interlace of history and nature.
Former prison Mamula
Originally, “Mamula” was never made to be a prison, but a defensive fort, being located in the middle of the “bay mouth” and having the best blocking position. However, in the World War II Italians converted the fort into a concentration camp well known for brutal torture and cruelty to prisoners.
As we sail out from the calm waters of the bay, we reach out the open sea and soon arrive to most attractive cave in region – its majesty, the Blue Cave!
The cave has two openings. Through the larger entrance a boat and smaller vessels can enter the cave and allow tourists to attend the incredible game of light and water in the interior.
These shades of blue will hardly be able to see anywhere in the world, and clear illuminating water calls you to dive into this atmosphere of this natural theatre.
Don’t miss to be part of this blue world, jump in to create some glooming water around!
It’s already 14:00 h and right time to regain energy with lunch break at Žanjice beach.
After relaxing and necessary lunch break, we are heading back to Kotor with few more stops to come.
First one is former military tunnels - strategically hidden in rocks, where Yugoslavian navy stored their torpedoes and submarines during the war.đ>
Our captain will approach these tunnels as much as the boat allows (maybe even enter inside if the sea is calm), so you can explore this historical site.
We’ll use this opportunity to have another swim break at the deep waters of the bay, before we dress up for the visit to the church at the island Our Lady of Rock, as this is our next stop.
According to the legend, the islet was made over the centuries by local seamen after finding the icon of Madonna and the Child on the rock in the sea on July 22, 1452. Over time, the islet gradually emerged from the sea. It took 100 years to build the isle and 100 more to complete the church. Now, Our Lady of Rocks is protector of all seamen who come to Boka Bay.
Your tour guide will make sure to inform you about more details about the island, church and museum.
Inside of the Church at the island
Next to island of Our Lady, there is a natural one, St. George with a church from 9th century and actual monks living isolated, hence the entrance is strictly forbidden for tourists.
While sailing on glittering water with wonderful scenery around, we don’t miss opportunity to catch a perfect sunset photo before ending our journey.
As we approach our disembark point, we’ll pass old beautiful villages on the opposite side of the Bay: Stoliv, Prčanj and Muo.
10.30 Embark in Kotor (from the agreed location)
11.20 Swimming break near Bijela
11.40 am Ride to Mamula
12.10 Cruise around Mamula, exit to the open sea
12.50 Arrival to Blue Cave, swimming breake
13.20 Cruise to Žanjice beach
14.00 Lunch break
15.15 Ride to submarine tunnels
15.45 Stop at the tunnels, swimming break near by
16.15 Ride to Our Lady of Rocks Island
17.00 Arrival at the island Our Lady of Rocks, visit to the Church and museum
17.40 Ride back to Kotor
18.30 Disembark in Kotor
5 PEOPLE MINIMUM, EVERYONE CAN PARTICIPATE
SEE YOU ON THE TOUR!
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