RAFTING on the Neretva river presents a unique challenge that gives lovers of a natural ambience a special adventure, recreation and adrenaline pleasure. Neretva is a mountain river that springs at an altitude of 1.095m below the mountains of Zelengora and Lebršnik. The canyon, upstream from Konjic, is suitable for rafting. The length of the rafting canyon from Glavatičevo to Konjic is about 23 km. The beautiful canyon of Rakitnica and waterfalls, which pass through the rafting tours, contributes to the atmosphere. Each rafting participant gets equipment (protective helmet and life jacket), and in the case of rainy and chilly weather and neopren protective suits. Eco Village engages only certified skippers, which additionally ensures the safety of participants during the raft. The Raffiting Price is 50,00KM or 25,00EUR per person. Price includes: transportation in both directions, certified skipper, breakfast, lunch package, complete rafting equipment (helmet, vest, and in the case of rainy weather neopren protective suits). At least 6 people / participants are required to organize group rafting.
What to do and how to dress? What you need to take with you is spare dry clothes and camera. Everything else you are invited to forget. At the Start point You will get a waterproof neoprene suit and water shoes. For sun-sensitive, it is recommended to take sunscreen.
Who's rafting for?Rafting on Neretva is for the whole family, from preschool age onwards. Our experienced skippers will make sure you feel safe and enjoy at all times. Of course, rafting without excitement was not what it was so that the Neretva would not be betrayed by anyone wanting an adrenaline. What if it's raining? Well nothing rafting on Neretva offers additional excitement and spectacular visual moments during rainy days. If you are not very enthusiastic about the idea of sailing in the rain and lovers of sun and bathing, you are free to delay another day. But, it should be noted that the upper stream of the Neretva is rather unpredictable as weather forecast is concerned, so that the morning rain can hide behind a beautiful sunny day, as a series of sunny days can be abruptly broken down by rain.
It springs at an altitude of 1,095 meters below the mountains of Zelengora and Lebršnik in Bosnia and through that country it flows in the length of 205 km, and the last 20 km runs through Croatia. Of the total area of the pore (5,581 km2), Croatia has 430 km2. Neretva from the source towards the mouth originally flows from the southeast to the northwest, creating the northern border of Herzegovina. Not far from Konjic and Ramski kraj turns south, and flows in the direction from north to south Its tributaries in the upper stream are Repešnica, Rakitnica and Ljuta from the right, and Lađanica, Župski Krupac, Bukovica and Bijela on the left, as well as Krupac, Trešanica, Idbarcica (Bascica), Kraluscica and Neretvica. In the lower stream, they are Bregava and Trebizat. In the Upper Stream, all the way to Capljina, Neretva is a canyon river, and west of Konjic it enters the accumulation lake of Jablanica. In addition to Gabela, it is expanding in the delta 196 km2 (which is under the protection of UNESCO since 1992), and from Opuzen it is divided into twelve rukavaca (of which 3 are flowing). It is sailing from the sea coast to Metkovic (20 km). It affects the Adriatic Sea near Rogotin and Ploče.