The word "exhilarating" was invented for experiences like this. Hop aboard a speedboat and enjoy the best views of the Split and Trogir skylines and their surroundings. Your Blue Lagoon Boat Tour will provide unparalleled photographic opportunities of the stunning blue-green water only 30 minutes away from Split. The tour lasts 5.5h and offers plenty of time for swimming or snorkeling (includes sanitized snorkeling gear) on small, hidden, and untouched beaches. For a complete experience, we recommend bringing a waterproof case for your cell phone or camera on this trip.

This 5.5h tour runs twice daily May-October 15th at 8:30am & 2:30pm, returns at 2pm & 8pm. The tour meeting point is at the Gray Line travel agency office located on the waterfront at the Center City Promenade (locally known as Riva) in Split. You must make a reservation at the Gray Line travel agency in person or by email/telephone (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or +385 91 140-0800) before this trip (for address, please see LOCATION below). Mandatory check-in 15 minutes prior to departure time.
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Transport aboard comfortable speedboat, skipper (Tipping in Croatia?), safety gear, insurance, snorkeling gear, bottle of water. Swimsuit and towel are recommended during summer.



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Meeting point at the Gray Line office at the address Obala Hrvatskog narodnog preporoda 21, Center City Promenade (locally known as Riva), 21000 Split (office hours: May – October daily 7am-8pm). Nearby paid parking available. 

If you need a rental car or shuttle service, please check out our partner NOVA Rent a Car and get 10% off with CroatiaPASS. To claim your discount, simply show your CroatiaPASS at any NOVA location or mention the CROPASS promo code if booking online or getting a quote / making a reservation by phone.

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