- Departure point: Kašići
- The route ends: Konjic
- Length and duration: 25 km, 6 hours.
- Difficulty: Moderate, WW II / IV
Rafting in Bosnia and Herzegovina
The Neretva River is sometimes referred to as the Emerald of Herzegovina because of its unique emerald green color. With a length of 220 km, the Neretva is the longest river in the Eastern Adriatic Basin; it flows through Bosnia, Herzegovina and Croatia. The headwaters are just below the Zelengora Mountain in Eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina. The upper reaches are narrow and the current is strong; it forms incredible canyons, cliffs and hollows and is tucked away in pristine wilderness. The Neretva upper canyon is one of the most exciting stretches of rafting in Europe.
This trip starts with a bus ride from Konjic that will take us over the mountain to Kašići. The river will take you over4 rapids, ranging from Class II-IV, shower you with a natural waterfall, you’ll visit a natural spring and the Rakytnica Canyon and even get some swimming in. After the rafting we’ll bus you to the historic town of Mostar for some sightseeing.