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.
Visit the Pliva Waterfall which is located by the town of Jajce, in central Bosnia and Herzegovina, where the river Pliva meets the river Vrbas. It was 30 meters high, but after an earthquake during the Bosnian war and attacks on the power plant further up the river, the area was flooded and now the waterfall is 22 meters high.
Located a few kilometers away from Jajce are the Great and Small Pliva Lakes. These lakes offer many recreational opportunities: fishing, kayaking, canoeing. Two idyllically calm lakes reflect the surrounding wooded mountains in their clear waters, and are popular for boating and simply cycling around. Between them lies the Mlinčići, a cute collection of 17 tiny wooden watermills.
Travnik is one of the best preserved cities. There are 28 protected cultural and historic buildings in this area, most of them being active, and one of the most important is the medieval fortress, built in the 15th century.
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Pickups and introduction. Our jurney will take us through interesting regions of central Bosnia, passing by Visoko town (known for its recent discovery of Bosnian Pyramids), and then along the flows of river Bosna and Lašva and especially beautiful flow and canyon of Vrbas until we arrive to Jajce.
First thing we visit is one of the World’s most beautiful waterfalls, and the only one in the World placed in the city center, famous Pliva Waterfalls – spot where Pliva river ends its flow and meets Vrbas is simply breathtaking. After we bless our eyes and soul we are good for a walking tour through Jajce. We visit Jajce Citadel (Fortress), the Mithraic Temple – tauroctony, the Museum of the Second Session of the National Liberation Army of Yugoslavia (AVNOJ), Medvjed Kula, the Tower of St. Luke, famous Catacombs – underground church, one of the World’s very few mosques named after woman – Mosque of Esma Sultanija, and much more. All followed with interesting stories.
Only five kilometers away we will check up out Large and Small Pliva lakes. Whatever you prefer, walking around, kayaking or canoeing, laying on the beaches, doing some swimming, even fishing or just photography – everything is only “desire” away.
On the way back home there is a very important part of the story which we do not miss is Travnik. Town rich with cultural and historical heritage. Under the best preserved Ottoman forts in our country dating late 14th century is the stunningly beautiful spring of Plava Voda (“blue water”), place ideal for Bosnian coffee break.
After explorations of Travnik we head back to Sarajevo where we expect to be around 7 pm, but days can be longer as well.
The only one waterfall in the World placed in the city center.
The picture tells more than thousand words.
Ideal place for Bosnian coffee break.