The City Council of Ljubuski has adopted changes to prices in the Kravica Waterfall area.

The entry fee for visiting Kravica falls will be divided into three categories: adults, groups of students (7-18 years of age) and children under seven years.

Between June 1 and September 30, the ticket price for an adult will amount to BAM 20, while the price for an adult, who has a place of residence in Bosnia and Herzegovina will amount to BAM 10.

The discount can be approved upon voluntarily presenting an identification document as a proof of residence.

Between October 1 and May 31, the ticket price will amount to BAM 10.

Tickets for groups of students will cost BAM five during the entire year, while children under seven years of age will be allowed entrance free of charge.

The ticket price includes visit to waterfall ‘Kocusa’ and Museum in Humac.

Certain discounts will also be awarded to groups of visitors and tourist agencies, which have signed a contract with the Ljubuski-based public company ‘Parkovi’.

The price for commercial photographing in the Kravica Waterfall area is set at BAM 50 per hour or BAM 250 for the entire day. Recording of commercial video clips will be charged BAM 100 per hour or BAM 500 for the entire day.

The location also provides visitors with a chance to rent bicycle at a price of BAM five per hour and BAM 20 for the entire day. Boats and kayaks/canoes can also be rented at a price of BAM 10 per hour, BAM five per half an hour and BAM 40 for the entire day.

Parking prices have also been adjusted and are as follows: BAM two for personal vehicles (with a chance to acquire daily parking ticket at a price of BAM six), BAM 10 for busses (daily ticket BAM 20), BAM four for RVs and campers (daily ticket BAM 10) and BAM 0.5 for motorcycles.

US-based luxury and lifestyle travel magazine Condé Nast Traveler has recently included Kravica Waterfalls on the list of 20 most beautiful places in Europe.