8. From Mostar: Blagaj, Počitelj, & Kravice Waterfalls Day Tour
History, tradition, countryside, waterfalls, food, Herzegovina has it all. If you only have one free day, venture into Herzegovina on this Discover Herzegovina day tour from Mostar and explore the region's highlights led by an expert local guide. Panoramic View of Mostar / Mostar Skywalk A ten minute ride from Mostar through green valleys and amazing views will take us to Fortica Hill. This is a place where you will feel amazing freedom and peace. Fortica skywalk will provide absolutely amazing views over the entire city of Mostar. After sightseeing, the guide will introduce you to the history of Bosnia and Herzegovina and a short 10 min explanation of the war 1992- 1995 in Mostar and what happened between the lines, with first-hand stories. Blagaj Old town Blagaj is a place where history, religion, and one of a kind nature mix together in a mystic-spiced combination. A Dervish house carved into a breathtaking cliff in the 16th century is a place where you can catch the bright sun, the blue sky, and freshwater from Buna spring, which is among the strongest springs in Europe. Počitelj Medieval stone town Počitelj is built in the 14th century by the order of Bosnian king Tvrtko. Often referred to as Bosnia and Herzegovina’s ‘open-air museum’, its location in a natural karst amphitheater on the bank of the Neretva river is both stunning and strategic. Along with its stunning oriental architecture and Ottoman feel, in Pocitelj you can always enjoy eating figs, grapes, pomegranates, and other various organic fruit. Kravice Waterfalls Kravice waterfalls is a beautiful oasis of peace a place where you are left to have a fun, swim, ride a canoe, relax on the nearby beaches, enjoy a cold drink with a beautiful view, or try delicious local specialties in restaurants located right across the waterfalls. It’s an oasis of life, it’s an oasis of fun, and it’s everyone’s favorite destination. Buna channel The last stop is Buna channel a place where the river Buna flows into the river Neretva. A place where the blue-green beauty of the Neretva passes through a narrow natural channel created a thousand years ago. At the confluence of the Buna and the Neretva, nature offers the greatest splendor of colors, a combination of water, greenery, and stone. The scene is different every time, depending on the season and the amount of water in the canal.