Bosnia and Herzegovina is the heart shaped land that lies in the heart of southeast Europe. It is here that eastern and western civilizations met, sometimes clashed, but more often enriched and reinforced each other throughout its long and fascinating history.
Due to its unique geographic positioning, Bosnia and Herzegovina is ideal for multi-season visits. Our climate suites every type of tourist, from sun seekers on the Adriatic Coast to white powder skiers we've got the best of both worlds.


Day 1 - Sarajevosarajevo

Our journey through Bosnia will begin in Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, surrounded by the Olympic mountains, placed in the valley of Miljacka river.

It is the home of Nobel prize winners, Oscar winners, sports champions... It hosts world famous music, film and drama festivals, and welcomes all sorts of world renowned artists, from U2 to Milan's scale chorus. Being Bosnia's most important city, it has felt the full impact of Bosnia's century long reputation of being the point in Europe where East meets West. Because of this, the city is famous for its traditional religious diversity, with adherents of Islam, Orthodoxy, Catholicism and Judaism coexisiting there for centuries.


Day 2 - Vrelo Bosne & Bijambare caves
A nice walk through the nature will relax your senses and make you breathe in the fresh Bosnian air..
Vrelo Bosne is just outside of Sarajevo, it's a peaceful oasis with freezing cold spring water and lovely parkland
and Bijambare Speleological Area is a protected natural site located northeast of Sarajevo on Sarajevo-Tuzla Highway (approximately 40 km from Sarajevo). Bijambare Caves is a speleological complex surrounded by thick conifer forest, two brooks, small lakes, several springs and a great variety of mushrooms, medicinal herbs and some rare endemic species. The area is ideal for outdoor picnics, hunting, fishing, hiking, speleological research...


Day 3 - Herzegovina

Herzegovina (“Duke’s Land”) as southwest part of Bosnia and Herzegovina is region fully packed with diverse and unique history, stunning nature, variety of food, unique sorts of wine, plentiful of turquoise waters, rocks and sun, and place where you get to experience harsh and mild, hot and cold, spite and tolerant, healthy and more healthy, and all that in the same time of the same day.
Trip includes visits to Mostar's old bridge, Blagaj's Tekija and spring of Buna river, Pocitelj's castle and Kravice Waterfall.

Day 4 - Bjelasnica & Vidikovac
Stunning views of Rakitnica canyon, amazing scenery of Bjelasnica mountain, one of a kind history and culture of local communities, and bit of mythology and much more at one unique place are altogether welcoming you to join us.


Day 5 - Travnik & Jajcejajce

Travnik is situated in the valley of the Lasva River and bordered by Vlasic Mountain to the north and Mount Vilenica to the south. The early Slav settlers gave little evidence of their presence until 500 years after their arrival to the area around Travnik and Jajce has had more than its fair share of battles. The town changed hands several times before the independent Bosnian state was finally conquered when the Jajce fortress was the last one to fall to the Ottoman invaders in 1528. Both cities have incredible nature and history sightings which will make you speechless.

Day 6 - Konjic, Jablanicko and Boracko lakes
Konjic is attractive far more by its abundance of natural beauty that completely surrounds the town. The Neretva River running through the centre and Prenj Mountain hovering behind dominate Konjic. Jablanicko lake is a large artificially formed lake on the Neretva river, right below Konjic where the Neretva briefly expands into a wide valley while Boracko Glacier Lake is snuggled in between Prenj, Bjelasnica and Visocica mountains. The lake is open to the public for camping, swimming and BBQs.


Day 7 - Shopping

Let's have a break by having a nice shopping stroll through the largest and most popular shopping centers in Sarajevo,
where you can find both luxury and affordable garments to bring home.

Day 8-10 - Bihac
Bihac is a charming little town centered on the banks of the Una River. The area was settled from at least Illyrian and Roman times, but the town itself was first mentioned in 1260, in a document of King Bela IV. A couple of days in Bihac means that you get to really experience the magic of this body of water – go stay for a few days, walk along the banks, raft down its amazing falls, or simply sit and listen to the wise tales water always tells.
This includes a night spent in a hotel in Bihac.


Day 11-12 - Horseback riding and Farmlife800px-Bosanski_brdski_konj_pastuh

Your horseback excursion through beautiful Zavidovici's forest will be the highlight of your vacation experience. From the time you mount up until our first rest stop, scenes and natural wonders will open to you at every turn. True nature will strike you, and you will most certainly fall in love with this trip.
And the best - Spending a night on a farm to truly experience the Bosnian farmer's way of life.



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