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Rafting on the Neretva River

Rafting on the Neretva River

An unforgettable experience not to be missed, especially for fans of extreme sports, but also for all others who wish to experience direct contact with nature, is rafting on the rapids of the river Neretva. This adventure begins in Konjic, a magical town on seventy kilometers from Mostar, famous for manual processing of wood.

Konjic is surrounded by the highest mountains of Bosnia and Herzegovina – Prenj (2101 m), Bjelašnica (2067 m) and Bitovnja (1744 m). In this section, there are fifteen rafting clubs willing to provide their services to all those who are, after being suitably prepared and equipped, ready to engage in this unique experience, without any danger to themselves. Departures and arrivals are on the nearby beach named Džajići, which is about 6 km from the city center. Part of the river flow that exceeds by the boat is 25 km long and the travel, along with the necessary pauses, takes about five hours. One day excursions cost approximately 70-100 BAM per person. For you who love quiet activities, there is ability to rent a canoe or kayak and again to enjoy the beautiful nature, lulled by clear waters of the Neretva River.


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