Kravice waterfalls are very lovely and every child (and adult) will love the visit. There are two cafes, where you can grab a cup of coffee or a drink. You are able to swim in the small lake and to climb close to the waterfalls and “touch” them.


We would absolutely recommend going to the Kravice waterfalls. They are very lovely and every child (and adult) will enjoy the visit.

There are two restaurants, where you can have a drink or something to eat, or you are welcome to bring your own picnic. You can swim in the small lake and to climb close to the waterfalls and “touch” them. Brace yourself as they are quite refreshing.

We have visited both Mostar and Kravice on the same day, which is a long day but doable and recommended.

First Mostar to see the wonderful bridge and then Kravice in the afternoon. You may prefer to visit Mostar one day and Kravice another day, though it is really nice to have a refreshing swim after a very hot day in Mostar and on the road.

Our children enjoyed the day very much and we think it’s worth going the distance just to see the waterfalls. Note the waterfalls can be rather busy in the height of the season.

Pay car park and park entry at the booth (6 Bosnian marks per person-prices as 2018).

Travel towards Trebinje.  At the 1st roundabout take the 1st exit. At the 2nd take 1st exit passing Bingo supermarket on your right. Follow the M6 all the away to Kravice – 115km.

Following this road straight for about 60km, going through Mesari, Ljubinje, Poplat, Stolac.

At a set of traffic lights, go through and drive over the bridge. At the roundabout take the 2nd exit, straight over. At the next roundabout take the first exit and head right. Stay on the main road which goes round to the left, until you reach the next roundabout. Go straight over, 1st exit following signs for the signs to Kravice. Go under the bridge and continue for 10 mins. Turn left at the white sign to Kravice. This will lead you to the car park.

Pay at the booth for park entry and car park.

6KM per person and 2KM for parking (prices in 2018).

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