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Half-Day Rafting Experience on Cetina River with Cliff Jumping
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Half-Day Rafting Experience on Cetina River with Cliff Jumping

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Add a dose of outdoor adventure to your vacation without making extra work for yourself with this River Cetina rafting experience from Split. With instructions, equipment, and transport provided; all you need do is help paddle your shared raft through the waters and rapids of the Cetina canyon. Absorb the splashes and scenery, learn how to rock-jump into the river, and cap everything by getting soaked under a waterfall.
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love2travel_wmybabes wrote a review Sep 2020
Kitchener, Canada164 contributions102 helpful votes
I took the easier of the two routes because I would not consider myself super fit for this type of climb. The path starts next to the fire station. If you’re facing it, go left and follow the signs for the fortress. It’s a well marked path just keep your eye on the rocks for markers. I set out at 8 am knowing that it would be a scorcher later on in the day. I would not want to do this any later in the summer months. You must have proper footwear and closed shoes with some grip. You cannot do this in sandals or flip flops. The climb is treacherous but definitely doable. I stopped when I needed to and had 1.5 litres of water. It took me just over an hour each way and longer than expected but that’s ok. It was not a race. The way down was also challenging as it was a little slippery. The entrance to the fortress is 20 Kuna. Make sure you have cash. The views are beyond description and well worth the pain.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Issam Z wrote a review Aug 2020
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Not only is the view at sunset Amazing but the hike to the top (for hike lovers) is challenging and makes it all worth it once at the top
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Sai wrote a review Aug 2020
Zagreb, Croatia22 contributions1 helpful vote
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It is a must visit if you are in Omis. But only if you are into hiking and not totally out of shape beacause hiking is the only way to get there. Me and my boyfriend are medium fitness level and took us around 1 hour to get to fortress and 1 hour to get back to Omis. View there is amazing, you can see one part of Dalmatia from the top!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Travelina wrote a review Aug 2020
33 contributions4 helpful votes
A fortress on top of the mountain above historical city Omiš (Croatia). The view is priceless. It takes about 30 min to get on the top. The road is easy and smooth. Only one part of about 5 minutes is a bit uphill. It is best to go in late winter or early spring. In summer it can be very hot and there is a danger of snakes. DO NOT GO IN SLIPPERS. Make sure to have proper footwear. On the top, a small fee for the entrance can be applied. Also, it is possible to buy drinks there but is a better idea to bring some with yourself. In the picture, you can see our route. It was about 1 km in each direction.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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Sam Co. wrote a review Jul 2020
Zagreb, Croatia7 contributions1 helpful vote
Nothing special to see in the fortress but view is perfect. Two ways to go up the hill, from north side next to Cetina river (harder and longer way ) and from the south side. Easier if you go by car or harder on foot.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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