Tara Canyon is one of the deepest and most stunning canyons in the world. Here are some of its most interesting characteristics:

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    The canyon is over 80 kilometers long and up to 1,400 meters deep, making it the second-largest canyon in the world.

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    UNESCO World Heritage Site

    Tara Canyon has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its exceptional natural beauty and biodiversity.

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    Flora and Fauna

    The canyon is home to an incredible variety of flora and fauna, including over 100 species of birds, 50 species of mammals, and numerous species of reptiles and amphibians.

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    The Tara River that runs through the canyon is known for its white-water rapids, making it a popular destination for rafting enthusiasts.

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    Cultural significance

    The canyon has been inhabited by humans for thousands of years, and there are numerous archaeological sites and historical landmarks to explore.

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    Crystal-clear water

    The water in the Tara River is so clear that you can see all the way to the bottom, making it a popular spot for swimming and snorkeling.

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    Natural landmarks

    The canyon is home to several stunning natural landmarks, including the Djurdjevica Tara Bridge, which offers breathtaking views of the canyon below.

Rafting na Tari

Section Brštanovica - Bastasi 20km

Probably the most popular rafting destination in Europe, this section has the most rapids and definitely offers the most adrenaline. This section includes the last 16 kilometers of the course of the Tara River, after which Tara joins Piva and together they form the Drina, and another 4 kilometers of the course of the Drina River, all the way to our rafting center.

This section has a total of more than 30 class 2-4 rapids, depending on the water level, as well as several natural waterfalls.

Price: 60€ /per person

rafitng na tari

Section Grab - Bastasi 16km

This is a slightly shorter section of the back part of Tara, which is shortened by the first 4 km compared to the section from Brštanovica.

It is common to use it during high water levels when passing through the upper section is dangerous, but it is also ideal for shorter tours, as well as for first rafting experiences for beginners. Recommended for family tours.

Price: 50€ /per person

Section Šljivansko - Bastasi 80km

This section includes the entire navigable part of the Tara canyon. The starting point is not far from Žabljak and the beautiful bridge over the Đurđevića Tara, and this is the section where we carry out our multi-day rafting expeditions.

It is ideal to row this tour in three days, and enjoy the wonderful ambience of the Tara canyon, passing through the canyon itself.

Price: 220€ /per person

Section Bastasi - Kopilovi 10km

This section is located on the Drina River, downstream from our rafting center to a place called Kopilovi. The Drina is a beautiful river with many sandy beaches and river bays, and this descent is ideal for family descents with small children, as well as for beginners, or simply for all those who want a peaceful descent full of enjoyment in nature.

Price: 30€ /per person

Season characteristics

Planning to come, but not sure which date is right for you? Here you can find some basic characteristics for each period.

From April to mid June:


•  Big volume rivers
•  Whitewater level Class 3 – 4
•  High Adrenaline Pleasure
•  Higer Chance of Rain
•  Usually less crowded
•  Still some snow on the mountains
•  Lots of springs, waterfalls etc

From mid June to end of July:


•  Mid volume rivers
•  Whitewater level Class 2 – 3
•  Mid to High Adrenaline Pleasure
•  Beautifull sunny weather
•  Usually crowded during weekend
•  Ideal for weekdays trips
•  Ideal for multiday expeditions

From August to October:


•  Low volume rivers
•  Whitewater level Class 2
•  Amazing recreational experience
•  Beautifull sunny weather, colors of nature
•  Usually crowded during weekend
•  Ideal for familly vacations
•  Ideal for multiday expeditions

Recommended Gear for Rafting

What do you get from us:


•   Neoprene shoes
•   Neoprene suit
•   Neoprene jacket
•   Personal flotation device
•   Helmet
•   Paddle

What you should bring:


•   Bathing suit / swim shorts
•   Sunscreen
•   Rashguard / sun protection shirt
•   Towel and dry change of clothes
•   Medicines, if you use any
•   Optional: A buff or bandana

Considerations for cold rafting days:


•   Warm clothes generaly
•   Wool socks / wool hat
•   Light wool /synthetic sweater
•   Paddling jacket (light windbreaker)
•   Synthetic / wool bottoms


Keep In Mind

Cotton is cold! We strongly suggest that you do not wear any cotton clothing on the river. When cotton gets wet it keeps you cold, even on a hot day it is not advised.

0% Alcohol Policy

No alcohol is permitted within 8 hours of the start of your rafting trip: anyone who has been drinking will not be permitted to raft that day.