Rafting is a wet recreation for each sporty and non-sporty person, even if not in a good shape. In this case it is organized on a perfectly calm part of the Cetina river.
Each extreme sport can be dangerous, it is the case with rafting, too. Rafting on the Cetina river has a smaller degree of danger, because you avoid dangerous parts. Another important thing is that you are guided by people, who have passed that track a lot of times. It is very important to listen to your skippers.
Of course! As necessary equipment you will get a safety belt and a helmet. We have taken a lot of non-swimers to rafting and they have had a great fun. It is imprtant to be sincere and to confess your swimming disability to your skipper.
The most important thing is to wear something, you are not afraid to make wet. You should wear trainers or sandals, because they fit well. It is advisable to take your dry clothes and shoes with you to wear after the rafting is over (at our destination place).
All persons from eight to older vital years can do rafting, but those from 8 to 14 must be accompanied by an elder person.
First you get introduced to your skipper. He will warn you about all the situations and explain to you what your rule in the boat (raft) is, he will teach you about basic rowing techniques and ask you:"Can you swim?" Then comes the adventure.
Believe it or not, a lot of people like falling out. It is important to listen to your skipper advice concerning danger at that part of the river. Do not worry, your life is not in danger if you do not ask for it.
Trips are canceled only under extreme circumstances. It could be even more attractive in the rain.
Yes, you can, but not at our responsibility. To protect it, we will put it in water-resistant bags on dangerous parts of the river.
It is a rubber boat, specially designed and adapted for rafting.
Skippers or guides are experienced rafters, who first of all like their job and enjoy it. What is the most important of all, they have flown and passed through the river a lot of times and they know how to react in each situation. Their duty is to complete the trip safely.
We can offer you transportation in our new bus Mercedes 416 CDI: 19+1 seats or 16+1 seats, ABS + ASR, high panorama- windows , air-conditioning, central heating, music line with CD, soundtrack in the whole bus, microphone for the guide and seats to be pulled out (sidewise).
The bus is licensed for doing international transportation in the civil traffic.
The auto-day of the vehicle is specially arranged, there is a possibility of ordering you just a half of a car-day.
For all other information you can contact us (see Contact)!
We are a dynamic travel agency concentrated on modern tourist trends, but without forgetting tradition and culture of our people and our region. We will help you to meet and to explore our natural wealth and cultural inheritance.
For young sporting people we offer and organize: trips, excursions, visiting sport matches, rafting and great fun.
For business people and those in trend we organize: fair visiting, convention visiting and seminar visiting.
People who have had enough of city noice and crowd will be directed to quite places, where they will be able to have a rest and to strengthen their spirit and body, or as we say - to "charge the batteries".
You will be provided quality spending of time and an entire experience by our skilled guides. Make a surprise to youself and those you love by gifting away some of rich possibilities we offer. Fulfill your dreams and contact us with trust.
Omiš is placed on the Adriatic Highway, 25 km souther from Split. It is available by car, bus, plane, train and ship.
If you are coming from direction Zagreb, take the highway Zagreb-Split, after coming to Split continue driving on the Adriatic Highway towards south for another 25 km. If you are coming from direction Rijeka, follow the Adriatic Highway to Split and then keep on travelling for another 25 km towards the south of Croatia, to Omiš. If you are coming from Dubrovnik, drive on the Adriatic Highway towards north, pass Makarska, continue driving in direction Split.
Omiš is connected with big Croatian cities through direct bus lines, and if you are coming from smaller places, get on a bus to Split or Makarska and then you will reach Omiš easily by taking local bus lines.
The same as when travelling by bus, the most important thing is to reach Split and then you will take a local bus to Omiš.
To Passengers who decide to travel by boat, it is useful to say that the nearest port is Split, which is connected with other important ports on the Adriatic coast through regular and iregular lines. From the ferry port in Split you will reach Omiš by bus.
Tourists who decide to travel by plane should have a flight to Split, and from there they can reach 25 km distant Omiš by local bus lines.
Parish church of St. Mihovil is an early-baroque building from the 17th century, in the treasury of which icons of saints and a document box are kept safe. A happy mans house - called this way due to the script on its front: "Thank you God for my living in this world". St. Rokos church and St. Spirits church are the most picturesque examples of the architectural heritage of Omiš. Centre - a very attractive old part of the town, where from a way upwards leads to the renaissance fortification Peovica (Mirabela). The Poljica square - on the square by the Cetina river there is a pillory, dating from the 17th century and a baroque palace. Starigrad (Fortica) - a fortification above the village of Borak, raised in the 16th century and from which you can enjoy a nice sight to the islands of middle Dalmatia. The town museum - a collection of objects from the history of Omiš, archeological collection and the famous Statute of Poljica.
Having been placed in the canon of the Cetina river, Omiš is rich with excursion resorts and places with astonishing beautiful landscape. The Cetina river - the mouth of the Cetina river (very rich with water) that is 100 km long, is in Omiš. Radmanove mlinice (The Radmans mills) - excursion resort 6 km far from Omiš, where you can visit authentical mills which used the water force to grind corn. In the restaurant you can taste local food. Gubavica waterfalls - 20 km far from Omiš in the village of Zadvarje there are waterfalls, which are 49 m high. The Mosor mountain - 6 km far from Omiš, through the village of Gata towards Blato n/C there is a way leading to Mosor, a rocky mountain 25km long. Poljica - an area of some 20 villages along the slopes of the Mosor mountain, that once belonged to the famous Republic of Poljica and , which was destroyed by France in the 19th century.
Rafting - have fun and meet an untouched nature by the Cetina river (see Options). Free climbing - 500 m far from the centre of the town towards the excursion resort "Radmanove mlinice" you can do a climb according to already settled routes; please contact local club for additional information. Paragliding -recently a club has been founded, where you can rent equipment or attend courses. Diving - In Omiš there are a couple of clubs, offering courses and trips.
Trg Kralja Tomislava 4
21310 Omiš - Croatia