Rafting is an extremely adventurous sport and one of the most popular forms of active relaxation.
Explore UNESCO World Heritage places in Herzegovina and enjoy unprecedented cultural, historical and narural interaction in this full day excursion.
Visit Jajce, the World's only city with natural waterfall in the city centre and in Travnik the best preserved Ottoman forts in our country dating late 14th century.
The tunnel constructed during the Bosnian War was the only one link betwwen two Bosnian held territories that had been cut off by the Army of Republika Srpska.
Starts every Monday and Thursday or by request.
Private group can be organized upon request.
Visit 15 different incredible locations in 3 days including Kravica Falls in Mostar. The unique combination of urban, natural and historical attractions makes this trip unforgettable.
In spring, the stunning Kravica Falls of 25m cascades pounds itself into a dramatic, steamy fury. In summer the falls are less impressive but surrounding pools become shallow enough for swimming
This special tour is coordinated to be as comfortable as possible. We operate with fully air conditioned Mercedes-Benz Vito VANS and driving time never exceeds two hours at a time.
For the detailed overview please see the itinerary
ATTENTION: To avoid inconvenience and consequences by law don't hire private persons for any kind of transfers, excursions or car rentals. This is illegal in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Price per person (p.p) based on double room occupancy. One child (from 2 to 12 years old) gets 30% discount based on sharing parents' room.
No hidden expenses!
Pickups and introduction. Starting the way to Konjic trough beautiful mountain landscape of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
We will have a short visit to old part of Konjic town. Unique, prehistorically inhabited, famous for 17th century 6-arch Old Bridge, looming over turquoise Neretva river, usually very sunny place, is day’s perfect start before we visit to the Tito`s bunker – the best kept military secret of ex Yugoslavia which construction cost was about 4.6 billion US$.
Ride continues by passing large, dammed but very beautiful Jablanicko lake, with short stop at Jablanica where we learn World War II story of “Neretva Battle” and “sniff” into the way how famous roasted lamb on the spit is made.
Then we continue through some really amazing parts of Neretva river canyon, telling the unique stories of Herzegovina, before we arrive to our next stop - Počitelj.
Visit to Počitelj (“Počivati” - Bos.”to rest in peace”), easy uphill, one hour long walking activity, accompanied with a stories of town’s development and strategic importance during its 600+ year long written history and visit to most important sites such as Hajji Alija Mosque, Clock Tower and Gavrankapetanovic tower, IS A MUST, for anyone passing through or near Herzegovina region.
Unique, medieval, Ottoman era glorified, present day Ottoman-Mediterranean style architectured fortress - town Počitelj, is one of the very few urban ensembles in Bosnia and Herzegovina preserved in their integrity to the present times.
Situated near Ljubuški, Trebižat river with its travertine sedimentations is today offering us unique and breathtaking attraction - Kravica waterfalls. Height range from 26-28 meters and water amphitheater of 120 meters below, plus surrounding nature of Kravica waterfalls altogether fall into unique geological monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
If you are conducting this tour in summer time (between June - September) feel free to bring along swimsuit and join us for some chilling swim, or at least to cool your feet along a good drink.
Blagaj town is home to Buna river spring - Europe’s most beautiful, most powerful, clean and drinkable karst river spring, settled beneath few hundred meters high rock. Water comes out of quite large but stunningly deep cave, which springs amazing 43 cubic meters of water per second. Can you imagine this?
Just next to the spring, under the rock, is home to Blagaj Tekke - Dervish house, dating most likely pre or early Ottoman era from early 16th century, as unique sacral-residential example of Islamic architecture in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Visiting this complex and learning more about Dervish life in Herzegovina as important part of our history is, MUST DO.
It is time for lunch. Due to famousness and cleanliness of Buna river the most important thing to taste in Blagaj today is local trout. That is why we don’t leave the place before we offer our guests to try locally prepared trout on “Blagaj Way”, enjoying amazing scenery of Buna river spring and Dervish house next to it. Vegetarians don’t worry, we have solutions for you as well.
In Mostar first we will check in into the hotel and have a short brake before we start exploring Mostar.
In Mostar we focus at Mostar’s Old Bridge, Old Bazaar and Old Town, but offer stories of Mostar’s uniqueness, in regard to historical and cultural diversity.
We learn about the Bridge, it’s rise and fall, and how it had risen again. We learn about Siege of Mostar, its pre and post siege period. We learn about why it is called Mostar. We learn about Mostarians. We recreate Mostar for you and with you. We learn Mostar.
Sunsets are amazing time in Mostar, so we’ll have a dinner at place overlooking the bridge panorama and discuss more about everything we did today and what we do tomorrow.
After the Mostar tour we will return to hotel or you can stay and explore Mostar individualy.
After breakfast and check out from the hotel we start our journey to Dubrovnik.
Depending on traffic and queue on the border we should arrive to Dubrovnik before 11 o'clock.
Learn why Dubrovnik is called the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’ on this tour of the city’s Stari Grad, or Old Town, and its thick centuries old city walls. See the monasteries and churches, the palaces and the burgher houses, learn the history behind them, and stroll the streets. Hear about daily life in Dubrovnik during the Middle Ages, as well as, during the battles in the early 1990s. After this tour, at your choice, we can ascend to the city walls (ticket not included), getting great views of the city and the sea or we can have a coffee break on a lovely spot where we can enjoy the view to the city walls and the sea before we continue our journey to Kotor, Montenegro.
Depending on traffic and queue on the border we should arrive to Kotor at about 15 o'clock.Before we stgart with the tour we will have a lunch at a delightful restourant in Kotor's Old City.
The municipality of Kotor (Italian: Cattaro; Latin: Acruvium) has approximately 25,000 inhabitants with the old town as its center.
Kotor is an ancient port and trading town, situated on the outmost point of the Bay of Kotor (popularly known as "Europe's southernmost fjord"). Old Town Kotor is encircled by an impressive fortified wall and is on UNESCO's World Heritage List. Kotor has one of the most spectacular Mediterranean landscapes thanks to its old town and almost vertical cliffs rising from the sea.
The current layout and buildings of the old town were first laid out during the Nemanjic dynasty. Afterwards Kotor and its surroundings were ruled by the Republic of Venice between 1420 and 1797 which shaped most of the towns medieval Venetian style which is seen today. After the Republic of Venice the town came under Austro-Hungarian (Habsburg Empire) rule.
Kotor is one of the main tourist attractions of Montenegro. Stroll down the pleasant squares, narrow streets and visit the cathedral of Saint Tryphon from the 9th century, the Orthodox churches of St. Luke from 12th century and the rebuilt St. Nicholas church from the early 20th century and the Maritime Museum of Kotor.
After a long and outstanding day we should arrive to our hotel in Trebinje bit after 19 o'clock.We will check in and have a short brake to refresh before we go to have dinner at very nice restaurant located on a hill with great view on the city of Trebinje. After the dinner we will have a walk trough the phenomenal Old City of Trebinje.
After breakfast and check out from the hotel we start our journey to eastern Bosnia.
We will have a short stop for photo shooting at Bileća Lake. It is a large man made lake on the Trebijanca River, which was created in 1968. This is the only source of surface water in an area which is subject to extreme weather conditions in winter and also in summer. Cepelica is its small tributary in Bileća Rudine and is stated to be the best known subterranean river in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It lies in the Upper and central part of Trebsinjica valley 17 km from Trebinje is one of the largest lakes in the country.
The landscape of the district where the lake is situated consists of lime stone mountains with bare karst formations
Sutjeska National Park is established in 1962, it is Bosnia and Herzegovina's oldest national park. It includes the highest peak of Maglić at over 2,386 metres (7,828 ft), on the border with Montenegro. The Montenegrin part of Maglić massif in the park has also formed the Trnovačko Jezero (Trnovačko Lake). The Strict Nature Reserve “Perućica”, one of the last two remaining primeval forests in Europe, is part of the park. The park is also famous as being the location of the Battle of the Sutjeska in 1943 during World War II.
In Goražde we will have two stops. We will make a short walking tour and learn why Goražde is called "City of Heroes" before we arrive to the restaurant for lunch with great view on river Drina.
After the lunch we will have a short ride to the War Memorial Park "Rorovi" located a hill above Goražde. Here we check up all the military weapons (tanks, anti-aircraft guns, machine guns...) directed to Goražde same like in the war 20 years ago.
The Bridge was commissioned by Grand Vizier Mehmed Paša Sokolović, who exercised power over a long period at the summit of the Ottoman Empire during the reign of three sultans as a tribute to his native region and a symbol of trade and prosperity. Construction of the bridge took place between 1571 and 1577. Three of its 11 arches were destroyed during World War I and five were damaged during World War II but were subsequently restored.
During the 1992–95 war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the bridge was a place of the brutal killing of a large number of Bosniak civilians by Bosnian Serb Army during the Višegrad massacre in 1992. The bridge received UNESCO World Heritage Listing in 2007.
On the way back we will enjoy the view on Višegradsko lake and green Bosnian forests.
The spring of Buna river.
The Old City.
Mehmed Paša Sokolović Bridge.
Our first night we stay at
Completely renovated in 2015 and situated in the centre of Mostar, this hotel is close to the Spanish Square and 1.3 km from the famous Old Bridge. It has a 24-hour front desk and free Wi-Fi in all areas. A buffet breakfast is available each morning, served in the tiled eating area. The hotel also has an on site restaurant and a caffe bar and patisserie with a terrace. Guests can use the hotel fitness centre free of charge. Each room includes air conditioning and a flat-screen TV with cable channels. There is also a telephone and a small work desk for guests to use. Room service is available 24/7.
Our secound night we stay at
Located 1 km from the centre of Trebinje, Hotel Nar offers an on-site restaurant and a bar. Free WiFi access is provided, while Trebišnjica river is at a distance of 600 m. All air-conditioned rooms feature a terrace and come with a flat-screen cable TV and a seating area, as well as a safe. Private bathrooms feature a bathtub or a shower and free toiletries.