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Mostar and Kravice Waterfalls Small-Group from Dubrovnik with Turkish House Included

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  • Travel comfortably in an air-conditioned luxury minibus
  • Learn about Mostar from an English-speaking guide
  • Admire the Kravice Waterfalls and swim in the summer
Mostar and Kravice Waterfalls Small-Group from Dubrovnik with Turkish House Included
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Mostar and Kravice Waterfalls Small-Group from Dubrovnik with Turkish House Included
Mostar and Kravice Waterfalls are two of Bosnia-Herzegovina’s highlights, but it can be difficult to tick them off your list if you’re staying in Dubrovnik. This full-day tour in an air-conditioned luxury minibus starts at ends at your Dubrovnik hotel and takes you to both. Swim in the summer at Kravice Waterfalls and explore Mostar with an English-speaking guide.
What to Expect

Depart from your Dubrovnik hotel in the morning and travel in an air-conditioned minibus on your small-group day tour. Cross the Bosnia-Herzegovina border and head to Kravice. Admire the Kravice Waterfalls and in the summer, swim in the natural pools. Linger here for 45 minutes.

Make your way to Mostar. Go on a guided walking tour through Mostar and learn about the history of this scenic town, before taking time to explore independently. See Old Town, the Stari Most Bridge, the Mosque of Mostar, and the Turkish House. Pause for lunch at your own expense.

Return to Dubrovnik, with a break along the way for Turkish coffee (own expense). Finish the tour with a drop-off at your Dubrovnik hotel.

Reviews (168)
1 - 5 of 66 reviews
Reviewed 5 days ago
Long day in the Bus

I was really excited about this tour but it wasn't really as good as what I was expecting. The view along the Dalmation Coast on breathtaking but the rest of the trip was for me just ok. The Kravice Waterfalls were smaller than I expected...More

Thank pauline12325
Reviewed 5 days ago
A day with a difference

This was a long day and the travel was through many different types of countryside. The first time for years that I had my passport stamped at a border crossing!! The falls were good - but we were not told that the trip would also...More

Thank Penny P
Reviewed 6 days ago
Very good trip.

Our tour was prompt and informative, the views along the coast were stunning. We didnt really enjoy our guided tour at Mostar, it was the same info we had been given on the way and felt rushed, we enjoyed Mostar itself, its charchater was abundant,...More

1  Thank Victoria B
Reviewed 1 week ago
Mostar is great, Kravice not so much

Maybe we'd been overloaded with waterfalls after Plitvice Lakes and Krka Falls. After visiting those areas, Kravice seemed kind of dirty, and pretty boring. In hind sight, we would have preferred to just go on to Mostar and have more time there. Our guide was...More

1  Thank Greg D
Reviewed 1 week ago
Twho gems that are worth the visit but prepare for tiresome travel and border crossing

Kravice falls is a natural gem, somewhat reminiscent of the much larger Plitvice park: beautiful cascades of the river fall into a pool that is deep enough for small boats to go across and for greenery of all sorts to permanently take hold of the...More

Thank leehuz
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6 October 2018|
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Response from 14Alisonjane | Reviewed this property |
We went swimming to two groups so one looked after the belongings and then we swapped over. The other travellers are right you can keep your belongings in sight.
29 September 2018|
Response from TaraLondon2 | Reviewed this property |
Around 10 hours. It’s a full day, we were picked up at 7.30am and got back around 6pm.
Natasha B
24 September 2018|
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Response from Ross B | Reviewed this property |
No I don’t think so