There is something in particular about cascades. That roaring solid of the water arriving in a desperate predicament… oohh, it’s what my ears were longing to hear. It’s tranquil, helpful even. That is likely why I fell so hard for Switzerland, Croatia and Slovenia, which – in spite of its little size – has no under 300 cascades!
Be that as it may, back to Kravice cascades, Bosnia, since that is what we’re going to discuss today.
Right now acquaint you with one of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s features. I’ll share all the tips on when to go, the amount it expenses and how to arrive. We should dive in.
Kravice Waterfalls, Bosnia
Kravice cascades (or Kravica, as they call it in Bosnian) is a progression of cascades in the southern piece of the nation. It’s found only an hour’s drive from Mostar, another significant sight and likely the most well known spot in the nation. Individuals will in general consolidate Mostar and Kravice on the off chance that they’re on a day trip from Dubrovnik or Sarajevo (more on that beneath).
At the point when you land at the passage, you’ll have three different ways of getting down to the cascades.
The most effective method to find a good pace
I’ll be straightforward with you, Kravice isn’t overly simple to reach. In spite of the fact that it’s found near Mostar, it’s practically difficult to arrive except if you join a visit or have a vehicle. Be that as it may, fuss not, this shouldn’t hold you from going! These are your choices:
Day visit from Sarajevo
This is the thing that I did. I joined Meet Bosnia on a day outing to Kravice, Mostar, Blagaj and Pocitelj. These folks have other incredible visits so it merits looking at them.
Day visit from Mostar
The least demanding is join a day visit from Mostar, on the grounds that it’s so close. Hope to pay $40 – $46 for a 6-hour visit, which incorporates a visit to the wonderful Blagaj Tekke.
When to visit the cascades
I visited in October, which was great. The climate was still stunning (27 C degrees) and sufficiently warm to swim. There were guests, yet Kravice wasn’t packed. The main little drawback was that the water wasn’t at its fullest. Be that as it may, it didn’t generally make a difference on the off chance that you ask me.
I would like to offer a bit of guidance: Make sure to visit before the evening – at any rate in case you’re visiting in pre-winter. Indeed when you visit toward the evening, you’ll have the sun in your face, which is an issue when you take photographs. From 11-2 pm would be the ideal time to visit.
Swimming in Kravice
Truly! you can really swim here. Instead of Plitvice lakes in Croatia, which I love, you can go crazy swimming, kayaking and drifting here.
How much time you need
At any rate two hours. In a perfect world, you’d go through 3-4 hours, which gives you an opportunity to unwind, swim and have a drink or some lunch.
Wanna find a workable pace the cascades? I absolutely get that. Despite the fact that I didn’t join the vessel trip here, I’ve done it in Mexico once and it was excessively fun. The pontoon trip costs €5 per individual for 20 minutes.