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Rafting on the River Neretva

Rafting on the River Neretva

Neretva River is excellent for a variety of adventure activities and active holiday in nature, and in particular we want to emphasize rafting. Whether you are visiting Herzegovina with friends, family or work colleagues, rafting on the river Neretva is a time for laughing, bonding, good recreation and team building.

All you need is a good company and a paddle in hand. If you want to experience an exciting adventure and to be active during your vacation in Herzegovina, you will not be disappointed because Neretva River offers excellent rafting path of a total of 23 kilometers, and all lovers of untouched nature will enjoy its canyons and waterfalls.

When you are already visiting in Mostar, you should definetely go and see the symbol of the city of Mostar – the Old Bridge, the source of the river Buna, and the Museum of Herzegovina, for an excellent blend of culture and nature. For a pleasant stay in Herzegovina, rent accommodation in Mostar in order to have time to enjoy the beauty of this cultural and economic center.

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