The experiences of visiting the Blue cave can truly be diverse, from the really bad ones to remarkably positive ones. Luckily, most of the visits are positive and in this short article we will try to describe what are the factors that influence the final impression of the visit. The Blue cave is unquestionably a phenomenon that leaves nobody unimpressed but there are many factors that can enhance or diminish your impression of the visit. The Blue cave is located in Balun cove and the boat that perform the tour of the Blue cave sail from the Mezuporat cove 200 meters away. Direct entry by any other boat into the Blue cave is not possible, regardless of which company or what type of boat takes you there. So, the boat that takes you on tour will leave you in Mezuporat cove. After that you have to buy the ticket and wait your turn for the boat that takes you into the cave.
The system for tracking the order of visitation functions in a way that you get a number with your ticket and you follow your status on a display that telly you how long you have to wait. In the meantime you can take a walk, spend time in a bar or on a nearby beach, but you must return to the display at least 20 numbers before your turn is up.
But back to the question at hand – what can significantly influence your experience of the Blue cave visit?
That can certainly be the skipper who did not provide you with necessary info, that can also be the overly long waiting time for the cave visit when your desire to visit the cave falls as fast as the impatience starts to rise, that can also be missing your turn when you are forced to take a different number and wait again from the beginning. Also there is the possibility that the restricted flow through the small entrance of the cave can happen which in turn causes a crowd of the boats that do the tour inside the cave which makes you wait even longer to see the Blue cave. Restricted flow through the entrance can cause a similar situation inside the cave so it happens that due to the large number of boats inside the cave the viewing and photographing is obstructed.
Listed above are just some of the factors that can significantly influence your final impression of the visit to the Blue cave. Precisely because of this we point out that it is very important to have a reliable crew that is well informed and can estimate a best course of action to make your experience on the visit to the Blue cave positive. Our crew on the Three Caves Tour and the Blue Cave Tour certainly has all these qualities.