Visit National Park Mljet
Explore hidden forest-shrouded paradise
Beautiful bays, steep and rocky coastline, salt water lakes, springs of drinking water, preserved forests of holm oak tree and aleppo pine, caves, sandy coves,…
Our Mljet boat tour will take you to this magical island with the oldest national park at the Adriatic.
9 hours tour for € 699 / HRK 2.200
Up to 6 people
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
Tickets for the national park are not included
Price per tour
Cancel 24 hours in advance for a full refund
Rewind Dubrovnik is committed to the health and safety of all our guests and partners. We disinfect all our gear before and after every tour. All guests are provided with hand sanitizer to use as needed during island stops, lunch, etc. Should you need to cancel your tour for any reason, you can receive a full refund up to 24 hours before departure.
The Unspoiled Island
The Seductive Power of Nature
Situated just an hour and a half of speedboat ride from Dubrovnik, near the peninsula of Pelješac and island of Korčula, Mljet is one of the many must-see locations of the Dalmatian south.
Our first stop on the Mljet boat tour is at the far end of the island, in the village called Pomena, where is the entrance to the national park. Should you need help, your skipper will assist you in buying tickets and getting around. Within 2 hours of free time, you will have enough time to visit the saltwater lakes and the monastery of Saint Mary.
The richness of its flora and fauna are some of the reasons why in 1960 the Northwest part of the island, stretching over 3000 ha, became a national park. With just a quick glimpse from the distance at its dense green vegetation and clean mesmerizing blue sea, hearing the chirping of the birds and song of the crickets, you’ll realize you’re entering the unspoiled oasis.
The Legend of Odysseus
A Cave With a Natural Phenomenon
The next stop on our Mljet boat tour is the Odysseus’ cave. Legend has it that Odysseus was shipwrecked on Mljet, and was trapped by a nymph Calypso in a cave which can be entered by sea, swimming, or by a smaller boat. The cave is a few tens of meters wide, and during summer days, around noon, the sunlight creates a natural phenomenon, the spectrum of colors in the sea.
We will drop our anchor near the cave and snorkel inside. You will be provided with snorkels, towels, and a go-pro camera to take the most amazing pictures and videos. After all this, you will surely need a break and some tasty nourishment, so we suggest lunch with local dishes on Šipan Island. Our warm recommendation goes to the restaurant “Kod Marka” and their famous octopus burgers. If you like seafood, you can’t go wrong with them!