Bosnia and Herzegovina: Kravice Waterfalls More Beautiful Than Plitvice Lakes
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Written by Robert Schrader – a writer and photographer who’s been traveling the world for almost a decade.
The Balkans’ most beautiful waterfall isn’t the one you think.
I had a health scare at the beginning of my trip to the Balkans last year, so I didn’t get a chance to visit Plitvice Lakes National Park when I was in Croatia, as planned. I relayed this information to the friendly couple who runs Villa Tajra in Mostar, as we were getting to know each other over my welcome tea—people in Bosnia have a way of making you feel like family.
“You know,” the woman said, “there’s a pretty amazing waterfall not far from here.” She proceeded to describe Kravice waterfalls, a natural area about 40 km from south of the city.
This, on its own, didn’t surprise me. Bosnia and Herzegovina is an incredibly beautiful country, a land of lush mountains and rolling fields crisscrossed by crystal clear river and charming towns. What shocked…
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