Cala Blava Caves Tour

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Maximum groups of 10 people. It is essential to know how to swim (including rentals).

Live a unique experience visiting the natural caves of Mallorca by kayak, enjoying privileged views of the seabed where you can see different marine animals such as colorful starfish.

The excursion starts early to take advantage of the calm of the sea, row without wind and enjoy a pleasant walk along the coast and the cliffs.

There are different caves to visit throughout the tour: The green cave is one of the most popular caves, with an intense green color where the sun’s rays are reflected and where you can bathe with natural mud.

Guided by experienced Instructors who will take you to beautiful turquoise waters to snorkel, swim in natural Jacuzzis and have a relaxing snack in places that can only be accessed by water.

This excursion is for people who love sports, nature and adventure. A different way to enjoy the island of Mallorca and an unforgettable experience.

Description

The BonaOna school is located on the Can Pastilla beach.

What includes?
MONITOR
KAYAK
NEOPRENE
INSURANCE
LYCRA

¿Qué necesitas?
TOWEL
SUNSCREEN
SWIMSUIT
SOCKS

Important

Check the dates of excursions with the school before making the purchase. Limited places.

Reservations minimum 48 hours in advance, check with Bonaona for reservations within 48 hours.

We recommend not to carry any personal or valuable items during the Tour: passports, glasses, mobile phones ( unless they have a waterproof and floating case ) and it will always be at your own risk.

BonaOna School will not be responsible for the loss and/or breakage of personal belongings that can be transported in the Kayak / Sup.

SCHEDULE:

  • Departure at 9:00 a.m. at Carrer de Deusto number 10 (Llucmajor)

DURATION:

3 hours.

DIFFICULTY LEVEL.

  • Medium.

CÓMO LLEGAR (DESDE PALMA)

BUS 

  • Bus number 25 to the end of Arenal.
  • Stops: Plaza Reina
  • Plaza España

BIKE 

  • From Palma approximately 40 min. Following the bike path to the end of Arenal to Son Verí.