Monte Negro

  • 7-Day Tour - 4 Paddling Days - 1 Hiking - 70 Km

Vis Island was closed to foreigners until 1989 to protect military security. Its isolation preserved its natural beauty and made it a fortress against foreign intervention. Today, it's a prime destination for sea kayaking, exploring abandoned military sites, and enjoying stunning coastlines, hidden beaches, enchanting caves, and picturesque villages. The excitement to share its beauty and magic is evident among visitors.We'll explore The Blue Cave, famed for its mesmerizing blue light that illuminates the cavernous interior, offering a unique and unforgettable experience.