Mostar & Kravice Tour description
The most apparent reason thousands of tourists flock to the town of Mostar, known as a melting pot of cultures, is because of the Old Bridge. But Mostar is much more than a postcard-perfect town; it is a window to the Orient, and we will show you why.
Sign up for a day full of contrasting landscapes and join our small group tour to the neighboring Bosnia and Herzegovina.
07:30 Pick up and departure from Split
09:30 – 10:00 Visit Pocitelj
10:30 – 11:15 Sightseeing tour of Mostar with a local guide
11:15 – 13:45 Free time for lunch and exploring on your own
14:30 – 17:00 Visit Kravice
19:00 Arrive in Split
Don’t forget to bring your passport!
Designated stopping time at each destination may vary depending on weather conditions and number of visitors. If so, the itinerary may be adjusted in compliance with the guest to provide the best tour experience.
Important: Face covering is mandatory on this tour. Please bring your own face mask!
|•||An air-conditioned luxury vehicle with free Wi-Fi access|
|•||A window to the orient: small group tour to the medieval city of Mostar|
|•||Witness the city were the Ottoman and Bosnian architecture come together to create a synergy of cultures|
|•||Sip original Tourkish coffee and cross the famous bridge with a local guide|
|•||Visit the small UNESCO town of Pocitelj|
|•||Finish the day by taking a swim in the emerald pools of the Kravice waterfalls, Bosnia and Hercegovina’s most popular natural attraction|
|•||Hotel pick up and drop off (on request)|
|•||Rain ponchos in case of bad weather|
|•||Entry/Admission ticket to the Kravice falls|
|•||Food and drinks|
Mostar and Kravice Tour Experience
Discover this Ottoman and Mediterranean wonder from the 14th century, situated on the shore of the Neretva river.
The cultural center of the region will inspire you with its unique energy and colorful streets.
Swim under the captivating waterfalls surrounded by untouched nature; it is truly one of Europe’s best kept natural secrets.
The diversity of western and eastern architectural styles can be seen around every corner as soon as you cross the Croatian border.
We’ll start from the delta of the Neretva river and discover the picturesque city of Počitelj, a white-stone sanctuary with roots dating back to the 14th century. Experience another side of the Balkans while walking through the historic village and sip Turkish coffee made by the original recipe.
In Mostar, you will see a coexistence of cultures between Muslims, Christians and Jews, and unique Islamic architecture which stands as a symbol of tolerance.
This multicultural and multifaceted city presents the perfect example of Balkan lifestyle. Take a stroll around the historic core of Mostar with a local guide and have a first-hand experience of the famous medieval town.
Mostar is known as where the “east meets the west”, and its vibrant streets, friendly locals, and traditional cuisine are destined to leave you inspired. The guided tour is followed by two hours of free time where you can continue exploring the spirited culture of the city. Pro tip: Don’t forget to try the local specialties – burek or baklava!
Stretching 28 meters across the Neretva river and connecting the Croatian and Muslim sides of the city, the iconic Old Bridge attracts tourists from all over the world. This UNESCO World Heritage site is a symbol of tolerance and a reminder of the Bosnian war. If you’re lucky, you might even catch Mostar divers jumping from the bridge into the chilly river below; a tradition since 1968.
After you’ve explored the cracks and crevices of Mostar, you’ll continue your journey to the unique landscape of the Kravice falls. Descending into the valley of the Trebizan river, these 25-meter waterfalls shape emerald pools, which make for an outstanding natural attraction. Don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to swim under the waterfalls and recharge before heading back to Split.
Meeting point is main tourist bus terminal (taxi station) in the old Split town. It is located between Obala Lazareta and Poljana kneza Trpimira, near “Terminal F” restaurant and red letters SPLIT photo sign.
get the directions
Arriving by car
July and August can get very busy, so we recommend you get clear instructions about available parking
view nearby parking map
Arriving by bus
Buses that stop at Tržnica (green market) near our office
2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 17, 18 and 60
view bus map
Bring with you
|•||Make sure to have your passport with you to cross the border into Bosnia and Herzegovina from Croatia|
|•||Wear comfortable shoes and casual clothes; it could get pretty hot in high season, so dress accordingly|
|•||If you are traveling in summer time please bring a towel and sunscreen as swimming is allowed in the Kravice falls|
|•||Bring a bottle of water and snacks to make your trip as comfortable as possible, and don’t forget to bring your camera to capture all the beautiful sights|
|•||Confirmation will be received at time of booking|
|•||Guests must be at the meeting point 15 minutes before departure|
|•||Children must be accompanied by an adult|
|•||Infants ticket is free of charge and they must sit on laps|
|•||Most travelers can participate|
|•||We keep the right to alter or adjust the itinerary due to traffic or bad weather condition|