So you don't start your rafting trip unprepared, here's a little reminder: What to bring for rafting.

First of all, you need a valid ID card or passport to cross the border.

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia cross the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina using a valid ID card.

For children who, by law, cannot have an ID card before the age of 16, a passport is necessary to cross the border.

Also, since 2021, the green card for cars has been abolished.

Here's what you need to bring for rafting:

  • Personal hygiene items (toothbrushes, toothpaste, shower gels, etc.)
  • Swimsuit for girls and swimming shorts for boys
  • Warmer clothes - although rafting takes place during the summer period, it's mandatory to bring warmer clothes, as evenings can surprise us with cold weather
  • Cameras and similar devices, so you don't miss this unique experience
  • Chargers for mobile phones, cameras, and similar devices - feel free to bring them because the campsite provides electricity, and you can charge your devices
  • And, of course, what is most important - bring your loved ones, cheerful company, a wide smile, and a positive attitude!!!

Important notes:

  • Bringing alcoholic beverages and speakers that disturb the peace in the camp is STRICTLY PROHIBITED!
  • We kindly ask you to take this ban seriously; otherwise, you will be asked to leave the campsite.
  • Rules exist to ensure a pleasant stay for everyone; any violation will be and is sanctioned.

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If you have any doubts about the arrangement or additional questions, feel free to contact us.