This tour is tailored to all ages, especially for beginners that have no previous experience with ATV Quad vehicles. Enjoy 2.5 hours driving through…
Day Trips to Cetina River from Split
Get an adrenaline rush on an exciting canyoning adventure from Split. Climb over rocks and trek through waterfalls and pools in the dramatic canyon…
Travel in off-road vehicles, experiencing a region where the mountains of Mosor and Biokovo are separated by the deep canyon of the Cetina River. A…
Experience the exciting rapids of Croatia’s longest river, Cetina, for this whole day experience.
Raft on the crystal green waters of Cetina river and have an experience of a lifetime.
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A long drive to see a lovely city, with a guide who kept us entertained throughout. And obviously managed to sweet talk the border officials as we sailed through in both directions. Yes, you do need to take tour passport to travel from one part of Croatia to another, as you have to go via Bosnia Herzegovina. Now if he could only have convinced the rain to stop, it would have been a perfect day.
Well worth the money. Full day excursion. Ivana our tour guide made our day very enjoyable despite the weather not being so good. Would highly recommend this tour.
I highly recommend this activity. The lakes are a wonder of nature, but go prepared for a colder weather there. Although it rained a lot, and the tour has a high price, I do not regret going. The guide Igor was spectacular, very funny and knowledgeable of the areas. I also hope that you are fortunate to be accompanied by the driver Tiho, who besides being funny, is a extreme nice person. I definitely felt the Croatian sympathy that welcomes us very well. Thank you so much for the experience.
Weather was awful but luckily in Mostar the rain stopped and we were able to enjoy. I wish we could have stayed in Mostar longer - it wasn't enough time and the waterfalls was not an option in that rain and in Medjugorje it was cold and rainy and you just had to sit in a cafe to get warm.
I visited in the pre-season which brings about 3000 visitors to the park, high season is about 20,000 visitors and the price of tickets increases.