One day private tour to Kravice waterfalls, Mostar and Počitelj


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Our private tour is the perfect way to explore some of the most beautiful and historically rich locations in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Tour starts with a visit to the Franjo Tudman Bridge terrace, where you can experience breathtaking views of the surrounding area. After that, we will make a short stop at the Peljesac Bridge before heading to our main destination. Our major stop is the Kravice Falls, a natural wonder that boasts a series of cascading waterfalls that drop into a crystal-clear pool below. You will have the opportunity to swim, relax, and soak up the sun in this stunning natural setting. Next, we will visit the historic urban site of Pocitelj, well-preserved medieval town. After Pocitelj, we will make our way to Mostar. This historic bridge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the most iconic landmarks in Bosnia and Herzegovina. You will have the opportunity to explore the old town and admire the stunning architecture and culture of this ancient city.


  • Pickup
  • Entrance tickets to Kravice waterfalls
  • Bottled water
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Private transportation

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1. Franjo Tudman Bridge

From the terrace, you can see the turquoise waters of the Rijeka Dubrovačka bay stretching out in front of you. The bay is surrounded by steep cliffs and rocky hills, covered in lush Mediterranean vegetation. On the right side of the bridge, you can see the new city of Dubrovnik, Lapad and cruise ship terminal in the Port Gruž. On the left side of the bridge, you can see the rolling hills of the Dubrovnik countryside, dotted with small villages and olive groves. In the distance, you can see the majestic Mount Srđ, which offers another spectacular viewpoint of the city. Overall, the view from the terrace of the Dr. Franjo Tuđman Bridge is a perfect combination of natural beauty and historic charm, offering a unique perspective on one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

30 minutes • Admission Ticket Free
2. Peljesac Bridge

Pelješac Bridge, span the Adriatic Sea, connecting the Pelješac Peninsula in Croatia with the mainland. The bridge was the largest and most expensive infrastructure project ever undertaken in Croatia, with an estimated cost of over €400 million. The bridge is over 2.4 kilometers long, with a main span of 385 meters, making it one of the longest cable-stayed bridges in the world.

1 hour • Admission Ticket Free
3. Kravice Falls

Kravice Waterfall is a stunning natural wonder located in Bosnia and Herzegovina. This series of cascading waterfalls and pools is a popular destination for visitors who want to experience the beauty of the Balkans’ natural landscape. The waterfall is surrounded by lush green forests and cliffs, creating a picturesque backdrop for swimming, sunbathing, and picnicking. Visitors can swim in the cool, clear pools or explore the area’s many walking trails and viewpoints. In addition to its natural beauty, Kravice Waterfall also has a rich history. The area was once used as a mill for grinding grains, and visitors can still see the ruins of the old mill buildings and watermills. Whether you’re looking to take a refreshing dip in the water, hike through the forest, or simply enjoy the stunning scenery, Kravice Waterfall is a must-visit destination in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

3 hours • Admission Ticket Included
4. The historic urban site of Pocitelj

Počitelj is a historic village located in the southern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, nestled in the hills above the Neretva River. The village is known for its well-preserved medieval architecture and rich cultural heritage, and it has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The village of Počitelj is dominated by a stunning fortress that dates back to the 14th century. The fortress is perched on a hill overlooking the village and provides spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. Visitors can climb to the top of the fortress and explore its many towers, ramparts, and courtyards. In addition to the fortress, Počitelj is also home to a number of other historic landmarks, including the Hajji Alija Mosque, which dates back to the 16th century, and the Gavrakanpetanovića House, which is a well-preserved example of traditional Bosnian architecture. Počitelj is a fascinating destination for anyone interested in history, culture, and architecture.

2 hours • Admission Ticket Free
5. Old Bridge Area of the Old City of Mostar

Mostar is a city located in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina, known for its rich history and beautiful architecture. The most iconic landmark in Mostar is the Stari Most, or “Old Bridge,” which spans the Neretva River in the heart of the city. The Stari Most was originally built in the 16th century during the Ottoman Empire, and it is considered to be one of the finest examples of Islamic architecture in the Balkans. The bridge was designed by the Ottoman architect Mimar Hayruddin, and it quickly became a symbol of the city’s cultural and architectural heritage. During the Bosnian War in the 1990s, the Stari Most was destroyed by Croatian forces, causing widespread shock and devastation. However, in 2004, the bridge was rebuilt using traditional techniques and materials, and it was officially reopened to the public. Overall, Mostar and the Stari Most are a testament to the resilience and cultural richness of the people of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

2 hours • Admission Ticket Free

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