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Our most recommended Herzegovina Day Trips to the Blue Cave

Mostar & Kravica Waterfall: Small Group Tour from Dubrovnik

1. Mostar & Kravica Waterfall: Small Group Tour from Dubrovnik

Witness the Kravica Waterfalls, hidden in the forests of Bosnia-Herzegovina on a day tour. Visit the city of Mostar and learn the history of the region with a professional guide. Depart Dubrovnik and journey to the border of Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina. Continue to the small coastal town of Neum, admiring the pretty scenery of the Adriatic coast along the way. Arrive at the Kravica Waterfalls to see the tufa cascades of the River Trebižat drop 25 meters through the forest. In spring, witness the dramatic falls, while in summer and fall, enjoy a swim in the shallow pools. Drive to the historic city of Mostar to explore the old town and see the famous Old Bridge over the Neretva River. Take a short walking tour with a local guide and learn more about the town before enjoying free time.

From Dubrovnik: Full-Day Trip to Mostar and Kravice Falls

2. From Dubrovnik: Full-Day Trip to Mostar and Kravice Falls

Cross the border into Bosnia and Herzegovina and experience the natural beauty of Kravice waterfalls on this day trip from Dubrovnik. Ride in a spacious and air-conditioned vehicle and discover the top sights in Mostar on a guided walking tour.   Be picked up from the comfort of your accommodation in Dubrovnik. Relax in the vehicle with plenty of space to stretch out. Ride along the coast to Neum and stop for a short bathroom and coffee break. Arrive at the Kravice waterfalls where you can purchase a ticket into this fairytale-like landscape where numerous falls plunge into a turquoise lake surrounded by lush vegetation. Continue to the ancient town of Mostar where a local guide will greet you. Stroll through the streets to see a fascinating combination of Italian, Ottoman, and Dalmatian architecture. Spend three hours of free time shopping or stopping to purchase lunch after your guided tour before returning to your accommodation in Dubrovnik.

From Dubrovnik: Mostar and Medjugorje Full-Day Tour

3. From Dubrovnik: Mostar and Medjugorje Full-Day Tour

Leave bustling Dubrovnik behind to visit the iconic towns of Pocitelj, Medjugorje, and Mostar on a bus tour. Walk through Mostar's charming cobblestone alleyways with a local guide, learning about its rich history. Discover the other towns at your own pace, taking in the sights as you please. First, head from Dubrovnik to the town of Neum, where you can shake your legs with a shopping break or for a morning coffee. Then, continue through the picturesque delta of the River Neretva to the small town of Pocitelj. In Pocitelj, enjoy free time to discover this charming town at your own pace. Pocitelj is a beautiful cultural and historical site featuring structures from the 15th century. Then, continue to Medjugorje and enjoy more time for sightseeing. A spiritual and religious site, this town is one of the most famous pilgrim destinations in the Catholic world. Since the apparition of Our Lady of Peace in 1981, it has been visited by pilgrims and tourists from all over the world. Continue to Mostar for a guided walking tour of this picturesque town. Through the centuries, Mostar became the meeting point of various cultures and religions. During your tour, see the imprints left behind by its varied and rich history. Besides the Old Bridge — the symbol of the town — visit the Mosque of Mostar, a Turkish house, and more. In the afternoon, sit back and relax on your bus journey back to Dubrovnik.

Dubrovnik: Mostar and Kravice Waterfalls Small Group tour

4. Dubrovnik: Mostar and Kravice Waterfalls Small Group tour

Embark on a day trip to Mostar and Kravice Waterfalls from Dubrovnik. Marvel at the panoramic views as you drive through Croatia. Enjoy a day out in Bosnia, see iconic sites, and learn about the history and culture from your guide. Following a pickup from your hotel or apartment, depart Dubrovnik and travel by air-conditioned vehicle along the beautiful coast of Croatia. Head north along the coastal road and pass the seaside villages of the Adriatic Sea. Get panoramic views of the Elaphiti Islands and stop for a coffee in the town of Neum. After coffee on your way to the Kravice Waterfalls, marvel at the tufa cascades of the Trebižat River before departing for Mostar. Wander the cobblestone streets of the bazaar and experience the city's multi-cultural and multi-faith communities on almost every corner. Admire the slender minarets of the Middle Mosque. Take in the ornate wooden balconies of the everyday houses, then enjoy some authentic food in one of the local restaurants. Return to Dubrovnik in the late afternoon.

From Mostar: Herzegovina Full-Day Tour

5. From Mostar: Herzegovina Full-Day Tour

Discover the region of Herzegovina on a full-day tour from Mostar. Experience beautiful nature, extraordinary landscapes, historic sites, and charming towns. First, stop in the town of Blagaj where you will learn about its Ottoman culture and history. Visit the Buna river spring, the site of Vrelo Bune, which is a Sufi lodge built into the side of the cliff beside the source of the spring. Admire this marvel of Ottoman architecture and swim in the spring water. Next, travel to the town of Počitelj, a medieval town built next to River Neretva. Learn about the rich history of the town, meet locals, and taste fruits and vegetables that the little town is famous for. Take a short 15-minute hike to the fort overlooking the town for some fantastic 360-degree panoramic views of the region. Finally, travel to the Kravica Waterfall, located in the southwestern part of the region. Admire its 28-meter high waterfall and the beautiful natural swimming pools. Swim in the refreshing waters of River Trebižat, before being returned to Mostar.

Guided Day Trip From Dubrovnik: Mostar & Kravice Waterfalls

6. Guided Day Trip From Dubrovnik: Mostar & Kravice Waterfalls

Depart Dubrovnik and continue to the crystal-clear waterfalls of Kravice, formed by the Trebizat River and now under state protection. Experience the beautiful shades of green and untouched nature. Follow the path of the Neretva River en route to Mostar. Admire how the river enriches the land and see tangerine and kiwi plantations. Upon arrival in Mostar, discover a city of contrasts, rich in culture and divided by the waters of the river. Take a guided city tour and get some free time to explore alone to learn about the mix of eastern and western cultures. After your free time in Mostar, depart for Dubrovnik and be dropped off at your place.

From Sarajevo: Mostar and Cities of Herzegovina Day Tour

7. From Sarajevo: Mostar and Cities of Herzegovina Day Tour

The starting point is usually in front of Info Bosnia Tourist Information Center located on main pedestrian street Ferhadija, just next to "Sarajevo Meeting of Cultures", but can be arranged from elsewhere, if requested. The first stop of the day is a short visit to Konjic, a unique, prehistorically inhabited place from which Herzegovina originates. It is famous for its 17th century 6-arch Old Bridge and a perfect introduction to the emerald-green Neretva river. Continue towards the beautiful medieval and Ottoman stone-constructed fortified village Počitelj. On your arrival, take an easy hike towards the Kula, a silo-shaped fort overlooking the village from the top of the hill. It was used to house watchmen and military as a guard against possible intrusions from the Neretva valley. After a short hike, continue your way to Blagaj. This city is situated at the source of the Buna river, Europe’s most powerful, clean and drinkable river spring. After Pocitelj enjoy lunch at the banks of river Buna just a few kilometers away from Blagaj. Under the shade of trees, listening to the sound of the river, enjoy a local trout with the traditional desert "smokvara". After a nice meal, it is time to visit the best part of your journey, the city of Mostar. Mostar has long been known for its old Turkish houses and Old Bridge. The historic part of Mostar is a result of interaction between the natural phenomena and human creativity throughout a long historical period. The architecture here presents a symbol of tolerance: a shared life of Muslims, Christians, and Jews. Focus at Mostar’s Old Bridge, Old Bazaar, and Old Town, and hear stories of Mostar’s uniqueness and cosmopolitan heritage. After Mostar it is time to say goodbye to Herzegovina. Head back to your accommodation in Sarajevo in just over 2 hours.

Private Tour from Sarajevo: Bijambare Caves and Nature Park

8. Private Tour from Sarajevo: Bijambare Caves and Nature Park

Bijambare is natural complex of caves, located 40 kilometers away from Sarajevo. This wooden road, which leads to the Bijambare complex, belongs to the mountain complex and will offer you the pleasures of the natural surroundings and relaxation in the thick woods. This complex is presented in three major caves, a small river and lake, educational eco-paths, a mountain ambient restaurant and is ideal for families. If you are nature lover, you will be fascinated by the beauty of this natural treasure. Entering the caves, you will visit the acoustic part of the cave. Learn about the endemic flora and fauna of the area while walking through the woods. There activities are only part of the richness of Bijambare. 

Dubrovnik: Day Trip to Mostar, Medjugorje and Kravice

9. Dubrovnik: Day Trip to Mostar, Medjugorje and Kravice

Depart from Dubrovnik and set off for Mostar situated on the Neretva River. Admire 2 parts of the city connected by the Old Bridge that was built by the Ottomans in the 16th-century and is considered one of the most famous pieces of Islamic architecture in the Balkans. Discover how, in fact, Mostar itself got its name after the bridge keepers (mostari) who guarded the Old Bridge in the medieval ages. The Old Bridge stood for 427 years until it was destroyed in 1993 during the Yugoslav Wars. It was reconstructed by the year 2004 using the same stones. Next, stop at one of the greatest natural landmarks in the area, the Kravica Waterfall, located only 40 km from Mostar. This waterfalls has a high discharge in winter and spring, and at low discharge during the rest of the year, making it a great picnic and camping area. Finally, travel southwest of Mostar to Europe's third most important apparition site, where each year more than 1 million people visit, the Međugorje Sanctuary. Learn about how Međugorje literally means "between mountains". After reports of apparitions of The Virgin Mary to 6 local children, Međugorje became a popular Catholic pilgrimage site. People are very proud of their sanctuary, and community. At the end of the tour, return to Dubrovnik where you will be dropped off at your hotel.

Mostar: Sarajevo Grand Tour with Tunnel of Hope Museum

10. Mostar: Sarajevo Grand Tour with Tunnel of Hope Museum

The first stop on your tour will be the city of Konjic, one of the oldest towns in the country with archaeological traces dating back 4,000 years. The written documents date way back from 14th century, but the appearance of the town as it stands today started to form once the Ottomans came onto the scene. Utilizing a well-maintained road, you will then weave through a landscape of beautiful Bosnian canyons, mountains, lakes, and historic towns to reach Sarajevo. Your second stop is the most famous museum: the Tunnel of Hope. There you will learn about the position of the museum and its famous mark in front of the entrance named "Sarajevo Rose". After seeing a short movie, a 1-hour long presentation starts which will explain the fall of Yugoslavia, the war in Slovenia, Croatia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the creation and importance of the tunnel.  Following the tunnel, you'll advance towards the 1984 Olympics mountain of Trebević. It is the closest mountain to the center of Sarajevo and was part of the front line during the siege of Sarajevo. At this site you will have the opportunity to see and walk on the former bobsleigh and luge track, experiencing the most beautiful panoramic views of Sarajevo which unfortunately were also the main positions of the enemy army.   Just under the Trebevic Mountain lies the second-largest Jewish cemetery in Europe. The cemetery contains unique-shaped tombstones that can only be seen in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is believed their shape is influenced by medieval Bosnian tombstones named "Stecak". Once finished with the Jewish Cemetery, you will head to Sarajevo Old Town for a traditional Bosnian lunch. Following lunch the best way to explore the city is a walking tour. Your tour guide will accentuate to you a combination of Oriental, European, and Yugoslav influences, which create uniqueness and beauty seen nowhere else but Sarajevo. You'll see Muslim, Catholic Christian, Orthodox Christian, and Jewish architecture just a few minutes away from each other, whilst listening to Muslim calls to prayer at the same time as the sound of bells from nearby churches. You'll learn about the assassination that triggered World War I, as well as how Muslims and Jews protected each other through the different wars. At the conclusion of your scenic and education experience, it will be time to return to Mostar.

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Whole day was brilliant. Our guide Eden was lovely and had a great sense of humour. Safe transportation, got through the borders very quickly. We stopped at Kravice falls first for 1hr 45mins and they were absolutely breath taking. Note there is a little break on the way for about 10 minutes at a cafe with great views so you can get out the mini van and stretch your legs. Then we went onto Mostar where we had roughly 3 hours to explore on our own, beautiful city it's like something out of a fairytale, very cheap too. Then we headed back to Dubrovnik where he drops you off at your hotel or as close as possible depending where you are staying. Overall I would definitely recommend this, we had a brilliant time! The only downside is I wish we could stay longer, as the time went by so fast, I felt like we were rushing. But that only means we need to go back and stay over one day. But it's a great way to get a little taste of Bosnia for a possible longer holiday there in the future.

Great day trip from Dubrovnik. I wanted to visit Mostar during my trip to Croatia, and this was an easy way to see the beautiful Balkan city. Crossing the border took 15 minutes each way, the stop in Mostar was 3 hrs, the stop at Kravica waterfalls was 1 hr 25 mins, and we made a stop at Neum each way (20 mins there, 10 mins on the way back). Overall great experience!

It was an excellent trip although the wallet of my friends was stolen. Nice people at the police station. As she did not have money and more they took her back to meeting point.

It was exactly as described and a good tour to see Mostar and the Kravica waterfall.

Comfortable bus and good guide. Enjoyed the trip very much.