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Private Lokrum Island Tour from Dubrovnik is the best way to avoid the crowds and still be able to see the unique gem of Dubrovnik. Just a breath away from Old Town Port, like a guardian angel, stands green and forested Lokrum Island. Also known as the island of kings, Lokrum Island was first mentioned in 1023 where Benedictine abbey and monastery were founded. According to legend, Richard the Lion-heart shipwrecked in 1192 after returning from the crusades and found himself cast ashore on Lokrum. He pledged to build a church on the island, but at the plea of Dubrovnik citizens, the church was built in The City.
There are no houses, hotels, stores, or souvenir shops on Lokrum island. Visitors come here to truly relax and enjoy the silence and idyllic coves tucked among the rocks. On this Lokrum Island Boat Tour from Dubrovnik, you can visit several sights like a Benedictine monastery and its Botanical Garden with special and endemic tropical and subtropical plants originating from Australia to South America. Besides the Monastery and Botanical Garden, there are a few other locations you should not miss.
Lokrum’s special attraction is a small lake called Mrtvo More (Dead Sea), a unique lake linked with the sea, crystal clear and calm water suitable for bathing, a favorite resort to many visitors. A fortress called Fort Royale, built by the French in 1806 at the highest elevated point of Lokrum is giving a marvelous, exquisite view of the whole island and the city of Dubrovnik.
Port Gruz – Old Town Harbor
10am / 2pm – Flexible Departure Option
If you are looking for an easy day on the water with zero stress and plenty of time to relax and enjoy the hot day in Dubrovnik, while swimming around different locations and taking the sun on the boat, Lokrum & Elaphite Islands Boat Tour from Dubrovnik is the perfect tour for you. This tour combines the two best of the best places to discover in Dubrovnik and is the unique tour offered by Dubrovnik Boat Rent.
In the commodity of your private boat tour, you will create your perfect day at sea. Your skipper will provide a few suggestions and recommendations for the day. But, it will be only up to you to decide where to stop and how long to stay.
Both Lokrum and Elaphite Islands are close, and most of the time can be spent hopping from one place to another. We will be visiting caves, pebble and sandy beaches while enjoying the sun and perfect blue water. We will stop on any beach or secluded bay for swimming, snorkeling, or just to relax on the boat. It’s all up to your wishes.
Upon departure, we will have a ride around Dubrovnik reefs, and in continuation, we will pass by Dubrovnik Old Town city walls for the panorama opportunity.
Betina cave can be our first stop which is just next to Lokrum, where we can relax for a bit before discovering Lokrum Island. The cave is located just below the birth house of the famous physicist, astronomer, and mathematician Roger Joseph Boscovich where he undertook many of his experiments!
After a sightseeing tour of Lopud, we will continue towards Portoc bay where is the entrance to Lokrum Island. Here you can buy entrance tickets and the price is something around 20 Euro per person. Your skipper will give you a few suggestions about the best places to visit on Lokrum Island. If you would prefer to have a guide, a tour with Nature Park Guardian can be organized as well. Tour cost is approximately 70 Euros.
Once you are done with Lokrum exploration we will head north of Dubrovnik towards Kolocep Island, where we will make a few stops to relax, swim and explore the bays and caves, including the Blue and Green caves.
We will continue towards island Lopud visiting the southern side of the island for swimming and snorkeling on the most famous sandy beach in southern Dalmatia named Shunj. Sometime later we will visit the northern side of the island where you can maybe have lunch at one of the local taverns with an authentic Dalmatian ambiance or just explore the church of St. Mary and Franciscan monastery dating from the 15th century.