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Explore Dubrovnik

Explore Dubrovnik
Visit Dubrovnik and enjoy one of the most attractive destinations on the Adriatic, revel in the history and culture inside the city walls, savor the culinary specialties in taverns and enjoy the unique natural beauty and crystal clear sea. Allow yourself to be carried away by the spirit of this "Pearl of the Adriatic".

Arches, Caves, and Islands

Arches, Caves, and Islands


LENGTH: 9 AM–7 PM, 10 km kayaking

PRICE: 400 HRK / 55 € / 70 $ / 45 £

INCLUDES: Door to door service, top-end kayaking equipment, watertight bags for personal belongings, masks and snorkels, water shoes, professional instructions, an English-speaking guide, and free photos at the end of the tour.

This amazing tour is one of our most diverse, most fun, and consequently one of our best sellers.

The group meets in our base on Lopud. After a safety talk and paddling instructions, we set off across the channel for the island of Šipan. Heading south and west, we first go to a giant natural stone arch which is a perfect photo-op. Under this archway, you can see the Adriatic open up in all of its glory.

Next, we regroup and paddle along the coast to the hidden Green Cave. We’ll then tie up our kayaks and get ready for a wonderful morning of swimming and cliff jumping. But first, we’ll grab snorkels and masks and swim down through the cave’s opening. Very few know about this cave … even the locals. Inside, where there is plenty of room for swimming and even standing, this large, and safe, cave opens up to reveal an ethereal green light caused by the sun’s reflection off the sandy bottom.

After, the group will swim in the deep cove outside the grotto’s entrance and even try some rock jumping.

We continue on to the delightful fishing village of Šuđurađ, on Šipan, for a lunch of local delicacies.

Following lunch and short walk, we paddle back toward Lopud. Before calling it a day though, we stop at the island of Ruda — our third island of the day — to explore and kayak into a giant cave. We’ll finish back at our base and share the experiences.

What to bring: drinking water, sun block, hat, sunglasses (with a leash) and long-sleeve T-shirt if you are particularly sensitive to the sun. Bathing suits should be worn under your clothes and active sandals (Teva, Merrell, etc.) are great for kayaking and light hiking although we provide guests on day-tours with basic aqua shoes. Towel is useful. Bring spare (warm) clothes in pre and post season. Except that you’ll need some cash for lunch.