Neretva RiverCurrently Open
- Address: Milavica, Mostar 88000, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnia & Herzegovina
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Water Body, View Point, River, Family And Kids
About Neretva River, Mostar
Neretva River is considered to be the longest and most beautiful river of Adriatic Basin that flows through Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is said that the river was given its name from Celts who called the river ‘NereEtva’ translated as ‘Flowing Divinity’. The thing that attracts the tourists the most to Neretva is its vibrancy and richness. For shutterbugs, the place is absolute bliss providing an excellent backdrop for their rendezvous. For tourists, there are riverside cafes and restaurants where they can savor delicious meal while enjoying the beauty of this scenic landscape.
Neretva River Information
- Sneakers are best to wear during the visit.
Neretva River Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
Neretva River Opening and Closing Hours
- Mornings are also great for visits.
How To reach Neretva River by Public Transport
- By hired Cab or Taxi.
- By rented cars.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Neretva River
95% of people who visit Mostar include Neretva River in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
26.58% of people start their Neretva River visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Neretva River
79.47% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Neretva River
Neretva River Map
Neretva River, Mostar Reviews
One of the best places for relaxing, have an easy rafting trip. The food is always amazing, the staffs are friendly, the rooms are so puritan, but clean, comfortable. Nice canyons, fast rapids, 4-5 exciting technical spots on the water. Summer weekends are busy, after and before season is more personal. Everybody must try at least one time.
Had an amazing time here. The rafting is amazing and adventurous, the scenery during the rafting is unbelievable. The huge white cliffs on each side of the blue/green crystal clear river. Mountains reaching high up into the sky. The skippers are good at what they do, even though some of them are great at English there are also some skippers who would do fine with a little more English knowledge. Before and after the rafting you can enjoy a fresh homemade meal, breakfast before the rafting, lunch afterwards or stick around until the evening for dinner. The staff is nice. If you decide to stay the night than don't get your hopes to high up, it's just a room with a couple of bunk beds, nothing special there. I would totally recommend the rafting because it's an amazing way to experience the Neretva river landscape.
Remote place with beautiful nature. Hosts don't speak much English, but are very nice nevertheless. Rooms are equipped with bunk beds, and there is no electricity in it, but that makes you spend your evenings in the common area where you can meet other tourists.
Fantastic cousine, what they have there. If you are around you need to eat here! The rafting was also fun and nice, the staff is helpful and there to entertain you. The rooms are actually very confortable, although there is not too much in the room, atleast in the one we have been it was just beds. But this is a camp, so it was more than perfect. Definetely recommend the place! Do not bring your own alcohol to the camp, its forbidden and they sell on spot everything for very good value!
Highly recommended for all adventure lovers. Even if you are a little bit passive person you can just chill out and enjoy in nature. Food is really good and there is plenty of it all the time. Friendly atmosphere :)
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