Perfect for hikers looking for an off-the-beaten-track adventure in Europe, this eight-day tour will wind you through the limestone peaks, glacial lakes, and plunging canyons of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro. Raft through the UNESCO-recognized Tara Canyon, visit Bosnia and Herzegovina's highest mountain, and wind your way through two national parks.
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When is the best time to visit?
May through early September is the ideal time to visit Bosnia and Herzegovina because the heat isn’t too intense for outdoor exploration. A trip during February and March will also allow visitors to take advantage of winter sports and longer daylight hours than mid-winter.
Where to go in Bosnia and Herzegovina?
Discover the impressive waterfalls of Jajce, sample Herzegovinian wines and learn about the region’s diversity of religions at the Serbian Orthodox monastery of Tvrdoš, visit the tourist oriented but charming city of Baščaršija, play in the outdoor recreation oriented Vrbas Canyons, and see the world famous Stari Most, an old bridge built in the 1500’s.
How many days do I need?
Budget anywhere from 5-10 days to experience Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Pedal your way through the Dinaric Alps - the natural border between the cute coastal towns of the Adriatic and the highland trading cities along the Ottoman caravan routes to Istanbul. Expect challenging rides, off-the-beaten-track gems, and plenty of gorgeous photo ops along the way.
Often called the "Yosemite of Southeastern Europe" for its dense forests and rugged mountains, Sutjeska National Park's natural and historical significance has made it one of Bosnia's most iconic destinations. Explore the park and revel in its majestic landscapes on this day-long tour that suits hikers of all levels.
This week-long tour of Bosnia and Herzegovina's capital highlights the city's rich history, diverse culture, and delicious regional food in addition to curated winter activities like snowshoeing and skiing. You'll sip on aromatic Bosnian coffee, participate in a cooking class, sample regional beers, and learn to work with copper from a local artisan. Enjoy the perfect balance of active adventure, guided tours, and free time to explore Sarajevo at your own pace.
Walk into the past and experience a day in the life of a Bosnian villager. This one-day trip offers unique insights on the rhythms of daily pastoral life in one of the country's most historic and isolated regions.
This eight-day itinerary features Bosnia and Herzegovina's capital city of Sarajevo and offers the perfect mixture of history, culture, and adventure, with enough time to explore at your own pace. Deep dive into Sarajevo's long and varied past on a guided tour of the city's landmarks and monuments, immerse yourself in the coffee culture and drink your fill of the Bosnian elixir, and take advantage of the spring weather and hike to Skakavac, the country's highest waterfall. You'll visit Tito's nuclear bunker in Konjic, eat spit-roast lamb in Jablinca, and sample local brews in Dobrinja.
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