Discover Elaphite Islands
Relax and unwind on the archipelago of sea jewels
Our friendly skipper will adapt cruising speed of your Elaphite Islands tour according to your preferences, and heed to your every wish.
Half-day tour for € 349 / HRK 2600
Full day tour for € 499 / HRK 3.700
100% private & customizable
Visit to the Blue and Green Cave
Enjoy snorkeling in the Mediterranean paradise
Get a tan & laze on the sandy beach
Guests are provided with hand sanitizer on all tours and our boats are frequently cleaned and disinfected.
Pickup at your accommodation
Water, wine & fruits
Wi-Fi, towels, masks & snorkels
Floaties for children
Price per tour
Cancel 24 hours in advance for a full refund
The Evergreen Island of Pine Trees
The first stop on our Elaphite Islands tour is the southernmost inhabited island in Croatia, Koločep, locally known as Kalamota. It is the first of three large Elaphiti Islands, and the closest to Dubrovnik (0.6 miles away). Alluring pristine blue waters surround this small and tame island. “No cars and no rush” is the life motto of the local residents, as you will notice the minute we arrive. We will visit one of the Koločep’s landmarks, the Blue Cave, which can only be accessed by swimming. With complimentary use of our GoPro camera, you will have the opportunity to capture lifetime memories. Also, complimentary snorkeling equipment is at your disposal.
The Island of Authentic Summer Feel
Our next destination is island Lopud, famous for one of the best sandy beaches in the Dubrovnik area, called Šunj. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to fully experience a hot and idle summer day you have been longing for a long time! You can choose to stay on the speed boat and get some tan, have complimentary drinks and fruits, or go ashore and explore the island.
The bonus of our Elaphite Islands tour is an extensive tour of Lopud’s history, art, and botanical sites. An experienced, English speaking licensed local guide will show you around and walk you through the main sites and tell their stories. You will visit the Dominican and Franciscan monastery, Đorđić-Mayneri park, remarkable small churches, and much more. If you wish, we can also make arrangements for a light lunch in one of the best restaurants on the island. “No cars and no rush” motto applies here, too.
The Island of Fertile Fields
The last island we’ll visit on our private Elaphite Islands tour is Šipan, the largest and most densely populated among the Elafiti islands. Distinguished by the untouched nature, turquoise blue sea, green olive and pine trees, discreet birds chirping, … it is truly a place of serenity.
In a small seaside place Suđurađ, there are two renaissance palaces of the famous ship-owning family Skočibuha. Locals are dedicated to production of the home-made goods, such as wine, olive oil, marmalade, fruits, vegetables… So, if you wish we can organize wine and olive oil tasting. On our way back, we will make a short stop to have a swim and snorkel around the pebble beaches of the small islet called Sikirica.
“My friends and I had a fantastic day with Luksa on this lovely boat. Swimming, snorkeling, and relaxing in the water followed by a delicious wine tasting and a luxurious lunch by the water. Luksa ensures you are happy with your experience. Excellent all the way around!”
“Luksa was really, really nice with us and he made a custom trip for us (we decided where to go and where to stop). He took care of everything: towels, snorkel equipment, drinks and fruits. We cannot wait to come back and take a larger tour. Best in Dubrovnik!”
“This was the most beautiful experience I have ever had! This is by far the best activity you could choose to do, I would love to do it again & bring my family along so they can experience & enjoy the beautiful views. Everything about this activity was perfect.“
“I wanted to surprise my wife on our trip to Dubrovnik… And I did! Luksa was very kind and thoughful. And this tour was hands down one of the most romantic experiences we have ever had. The most beautiful sunset with a good glass of local wine, what else can you ask for?“