Kravice WaterfallsCurrently Open
- Address: Studenci, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: 4 BAM
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Camp, View Point, Waterfall, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot, Nature
Kravice Waterfalls - Review
Kravice waterfalls is the top most tourist attraction among travelers after Stari Most. Most of its fame is attributed to its scenic landscape and quiet peaceful surroundings. The place has a little cafe which is quite popular among folks for its delicious coffee. Apart from that, it has rope swing and a picnic area where one can just sit back and enjoy his meal while relishing the beautiful backdrop of waterfall. There is a specific camping area for people who are interested in camping. The falls see its full bloom in spring time when the place glows in beauty and perfection.
Kravice Waterfalls Information
- The place can be hard to reach. Taking a taxi will be a better choice.
- Non Europeans travelling on their own must have International Driving Permit.
Kravice Waterfalls Opening and Closing Hours
- Evenings are also great for dips.
How To reach Kravice Waterfalls by Public Transport
- By cab or taxi.
- By rented cars.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Kravice Waterfalls
95% of people who visit Mostar include Kravice Waterfalls in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
63.26% of people start their Kravice Waterfalls visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Kravice Waterfalls
92.19% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Kravice Waterfalls
Kravice Waterfalls Map
Kravice Waterfalls, Mostar Reviews
If you are driving past or it's not a long detour from your journey I recommend that you visit this place. It has a car park in front of it, you pay to get in (not much). There is about 400 metres walk with the waterfall at the end. Very beautiful, a lot of nice views. The best part is that you can swim and sunbath at the waterfall while drinking a beer from the nearby bar.
Nice area, about 5-10 minute walk from car park. Toilets are clean and 3-4 minutes from waterfalls. A few cafes which are reasonably priced (wouldn’t recommend the vegetarian dish from the first one you get to, just get the 2KM salad). Waterfalls themselves are stunning and it’s not too busy. Water is cold and the surrounding area is colder due to the river so I’d only go if it’s going to be a warm day. Travel from Mostar is hard to come by, probably best to do a 30€ tour that also going to a couple of towns. Only 8KM to get in or 5KM for a large group. Overall would recommend so long as you plan on swimming.
Visited in beginning of May, so the place wasn't crowded at all. You just pay entrance fee and after that you can move freely around the park, nobody is guarding anything, but on the other hand, it's quite hard to navigate and find the walking paths on your own. I was missing some sort of signs that would help us to explore the whole park. The only marked path (Mala Kravica) was quite hard due to high water level.
It's a long walk down and a steep walk back up! Maybe this part doesn't matter to anyone but me: there were lizards on the walkway. The water falls are beautiful. Some people from our group jumped in the water. There are changing rooms and a very nice restroom.
Beautiful place for relaxing and swimming (although pretty cold water) if you come in the morning. Later it's usually very crowded, so make sure come earlier (before 9-10am). Also you can walk down by the river where is "Small Kravice waterfalls" :)
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