Ravnik (Green cave), Sušac

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Departure: 9:30 AM
Duration: aprox. 8:00 hours
Level: easy and children friendly
Min. pax: 4
Price includes: insurance, boat ride, skipper, fuel, safety gear, soft drinks & water, one meal (lunch package), SUP boards, snorkeling gear
We offer this tour regarding the weather condition and we keep the right to cancel it in case of bad weather. In this case your money will be refunded
Recommended activittes: paddling, snorkeling,  swimming, panoramic hiking, DWS and cliff jumping.

Price per person: 145 € / 1080 kn

This boat tour starts from our base in Milna bay on south-east side of island Vis. Short after departure first stop will be island of Ravnik. There you can see the natural phenomenon GREEN CAVE. After leaving Green cave and Ravnik island we continue our adventure in direction south-east towards island of Sušac. Once we are there, after one hour of navigation, I suggest you to take your time, go paddling, snorkeling, swimming or panoramic hiking, across the ¨crowded free¨ area. Terrains for deep water solo and cliff jumping are also there. At one point we’ll have a lunch break and then ¨siesta¨ after which I suggest to climb up and pay a visit to a lighthouse, built 1878. on a cliff 95 m high (290 ft).This will give you the chance to take nice panoramic photos of the area around before we leave. After that, another hour of afternoon navigation and we are back from where we’ve started.

  • Towel

  • Hat

  • Sunscreen

  • Swimming shoes

  • Bathing suit

  • Hiking shoes

  • Music

Green cave and Sušac island boat tour

Island of Susac is a small rocky island in the Adriatic Sea with an area of 4.03 km2, and 16.4 km[1] of coastline southwest of Korčula and Lastovo, on the halfway to the island of Vis, in Croatia. The coast consists of slopes and cliffs over 100 m tall, but the opposite side features a natural harbour. A 19th century lighthouse is built on top of the island.]The island is also known for its little lake, which is connected to the sea through a siphon 15 m deep. Besides the lighthouse from 1878 which is worth visiting, there are several uninhabited houses on the hill above the Portic bay (except for the summer). On the hill next to the village there are the ruins of a pre-Romanesque church.

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