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Sarajevo to Dubrovnik One-Way Day Trip via Mostar - Kravice Waterfalls - Blagaj - Pocitelj and Konjic

Sarajevo to Dubrovnik One-Way Day Trip via Mostar - Kravice Waterfalls - Blagaj - Pocitelj and Konjic - Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

Duration: 11 hours
Location: Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

From USD
$140.18

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 bit more healthy, and all that in the same time of the same day.

We have created day trip - tour from Sarajevo to Dubrovnik (or Dubrovnik to Sarajevo) to connect Sarajevo and Dubrovnik in the most natural way possible, and to offer our guests the best there is in one day.

After 8 am start morning ride will take us through interesting suburbs of Sarajevo and areas of central Bosnia until we pass Ivan mountain and enter Herzegovina region. 

First stop of the day is 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. 

Ride continues by passing large, dammed but very beautiful Jablanicko lake, with short stop at Jablanica where we learn WW2 story of “Neretva Battle” and “sniff” into the way how our greatest delicacy, famous roasted lamb on the spit is made. 

As soon as we arrive to Mostar we’ll start our 2 to 3 hour walking tour which will cover most important sites and locations in Mostar. We focus at Mostar’s Old Bridge, Old Bazaar and Old Town, but offer stories of Mostar’s uniqueness, in regards to historical and cultural diversity.

We learn about the Bridge, it’s rise and fall, and how it had risen again ... More info ›

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 bit more healthy, and all that in the same time of the same day.

We have created day trip - tour from Sarajevo to Dubrovnik (or Dubrovnik to Sarajevo) to connect Sarajevo and Dubrovnik in the most natural way possible, and to offer our guests the best there is in one day.

After 8 am start morning ride will take us through interesting suburbs of Sarajevo and areas of central Bosnia until we pass Ivan mountain and enter Herzegovina region. 

First stop of the day is 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. 

Ride continues by passing large, dammed but very beautiful Jablanicko lake, with short stop at Jablanica where we learn WW2 story of “Neretva Battle” and “sniff” into the way how our greatest delicacy, famous roasted lamb on the spit is made. 

As soon as we arrive to Mostar we’ll start our 2 to 3 hour walking tour which will cover most important sites and locations in Mostar. We focus at Mostar’s Old Bridge, Old Bazaar and Old Town, but offer stories of Mostar’s uniqueness, in regards 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. In Mostar we give free time if needed and continue towards Blagaj which is our next stop.

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.

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.

Lunch stop is planned in Blagaj, in a restaurant overlooking the beautiful spring of Buna and Dervish house.

Stunningly nested above Neretva river, visit to Počitelj (“Počivati” - Bos.”to rest in peace”), 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.

After we are done with our Počitelj explorations we are not too far away from Dubrovnik and there is one more stop to go. Get ready for highlight of the day, small Niagara’s on Trebižat river, with its travertine sedimentation, unique and breathtaking - Kravica waterfalls.

If you are conducting this tour in summer time feel free to bring along swimsuit and join us for some chilling swim, or at least to cool your feet along a good drink.

Arrival to Dubrovnik is around 8 pm.

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Sarajevo to Belgrade UNESCO One-Way Day Trip via West Bosnia and East Serbia

Sarajevo to Belgrade UNESCO One-Way Day Trip via West Bosnia and East Serbia - Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

Duration: 10 to 11 hrs
Location: Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

From USD
$140.18

Sarajevo and Belgrade, once capitals of ex Yugoslav Republics, two cities which Sarajevo Funky Tours today has brought together much closer by developing a stunning full day and multi day tours, which are logically connecting and covering regions of Eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina and West Serbia.

Famous “Bridge over Drina”, “Šargan Eight” at Nature Park of Mokra Gora and National Park Tara are marvelous destinations every and each one travelling through Balkans must see ... More info ›

Sarajevo and Belgrade, once capitals of ex Yugoslav Republics, two cities which Sarajevo Funky Tours today has brought together much closer by developing a stunning full day and multi day tours, which are logically connecting and covering regions of Eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina and West Serbia.

Famous “Bridge over Drina”, “Šargan Eight” at Nature Park of Mokra Gora and National Park Tara are marvelous destinations every and each one travelling through Balkans must see.

For that purpose SAFT has created series of international day and multi-day trips which are beautifully connecting ex YU republics and bringing great insight what Yugoslavia once was from perspective of culture, history and natural beauty.

After departing Sarajevo in the morning 8 AM we’ll take beautiful 1 hour ride to reach Rogatica and first stop of the day, Borak Stećci necropolis near the Burati village. This hidden gem deep in the misty forrests of East Bosnia just recently inscribed as UNESCO World heritage, so we surely make a visit there.

Later we continue for one more hour of ride through mountain parts of Bosnia before we meet up with turquoise Drina river canyon and arrive to Višegrad.

Višegrad is home to UNESCO heritage too, an Ottoman time bridge built in 1577. by the Grand Vizier Mehmed Pasa Sokolovic.

The book: “Bridge Over Drina” by Bosnian and Travnik born, World famous Nobel Prize winner, Yugoslav writer Ivo Andrić has given most of the glory to this amazing place.

As soon as we see the Bridge and take the river cruise through amazingly green Drina river, we’ll explore stone town of Andrićgrad (eng.Andrić town). Small, stone made town, recently built, named and dedicated after novelist Ivo Andrić.

After Višegrad, we’ll continue driving towards east Bosnian border and on the way will pay visit to one of the most important Serbian Orthodox monasteries, Dobrun Monastery. Originally built in 1343 with frescoes preserved until today is ideal stop to learn more about local history.

Later on, time to cross the Bosnia to Serbia border and as soon as we do, we will enter amazing area of nature park of “Šargan-Mokra Gora”.

Next stop (for lunch possibly) will be ethno village of Drvengrad (eng.Timber Town) also know as Küstendorf and Mećavnik. Village-town designed by the movie director Emir Kusturica for his movie “Life is Miracle”.

As soon as finished at Drvengrad we are about to take train ride, but not just any train ride, we will do the famous “Šargan Eight”.

The Šargan Eight is narrow gauge (760mm) steam railway originally built in 1925., famously called Ćira (Chira). Once it used to connect Sarajevo and Belgrade, and the name “eight” origins from the pure shape of the track which if looked from the sky looks like number 8.

Road towards Belgrade will take us explore amazing area of one of the most beautiful National Parks in Serbia - National Park Tara.

National Park Tara (declared in 1981.) with its biological diversity is one of the most amazing areas if whole Serbia, offering great nature experiences, stunning views, hiking and trekking opportunities.

One of the most important stops will be stunning viewpoint of “Banjska Stena” which offers us amazing panorama of Perućac Lake on Drina river, which naturally borders Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia.

Generally after Tara National Park explorations, rest of roughly three hours ride to Belgrade will take us through Bajina Basta town and few other interesting locations such as "House on Drina", where we hope to be no later than 9 pm as this is quite long daytour.

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Snowshoeing on Trebevic Mountain from Sarajevo

Snowshoeing on Trebevic Mountain from Sarajevo - Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

From USD
$52.57

Strap on a pair of snowshoes and get ready to see some of the best views of Sarajevo from the top of Trebevic Mountain on this 5-hour guided tour from the Bosnian capital. This tour is run with a maximum of 15 people so that you can enjoy personalized attention from your guide, and includes all equipment, lunch, snacks, and hot beverages.

Begin your day with a 9am pickup from a prearranged meeting point in Sarajevo ... More info ›

Strap on a pair of snowshoes and get ready to see some of the best views of Sarajevo from the top of Trebevic Mountain on this 5-hour guided tour from the Bosnian capital. This tour is run with a maximum of 15 people so that you can enjoy personalized attention from your guide, and includes all equipment, lunch, snacks, and hot beverages.

Begin your day with a 9am pickup from a prearranged meeting point in Sarajevo. Meet your guide, board the vehicle, and take the back road to Jahorina via Vraca to Brus, where you begin the 1,640-foot (500-meter) ascent to the peak of Trebević.

This walk takes you along a long and winding mountain trail. Although you are walking most of the way through pine and spruce covered forests, you are occasionally treated to views of the Romanija and Bukovik mountains.

Upon arrival at the top, if the weather permits, stand at the center of a white universe and see Sarajevo, all immediate surrounding towns and villages, as well as the mountains of Bukovik, Ozren, Crepoljsko, Romanija, Ravna planina, Jahorina, Maglić, Bioč, and more.

After soaking the sights, descend via an alternative steeper but shorter trail. Your tour concludes with a drop-off back in Sarajevo.

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Sarajevo Snowshoeing Adventure

Sarajevo Snowshoeing Adventure - Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

From USD
$58.41

Escape the city and enjoy outdoor adventure in Bosnia Herzegovina on this 5-hour snowshoe hike from Sarajevo. Travel past Bjelašnica to Sinanovići village with a guide and enjoy panoramic views over the Rakitnica River and the Visočica mountain range ... More info ›

Escape the city and enjoy outdoor adventure in Bosnia Herzegovina on this 5-hour snowshoe hike from Sarajevo. Travel past Bjelašnica to Sinanovići village with a guide and enjoy panoramic views over the Rakitnica River and the Visočica mountain range. With your snowshoes strapped to your feet, hike along snow-covered trails to the summit of Crveni Kuk. At the top, gaze out over the mighty peaks of Bosnia Herzegovina and Montenegro. This tour includes pickup and drop-off in central Sarajevo.

Meet your guide at 9am at a convenient location in Sarajevo, then travel out through Bjelašnica’s winding back roads to Sinanovići village to begin your hike. Along the way, enjoy sweeping views along the Rakitnica River and the Visočica mountain range.

On arrival, strap into your snowshoes and follow your guide through beech forest and over snowy terrain to the summit of Crveni Kuk. At the top, gaze out over the peaks and valleys of Bosnia and Herzegovina — as well as those in neighboring Montenegro — and capture the scenery on camera.

When your time on the peak comes to an end, continue on your circular route back to base, then transfer back to your starting point in Sarajevo to conclude your tour.

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Discover Lukomir ethno village

Discover Lukomir ethno village - Konjic, Bosnia Herzegovina

Duration: 10 hours
Location: Konjic, Bosnia Herzegovina

From USD
$52.57

This is the highest point above sea level at which the people of B&H live! As one of the rare bosnian villages that is preserved in its original state, Lukomir is at 1,500m above sea level. The village was declared as a cultural landscape and a national monument of B&H ... More info ›

This is the highest point above sea level at which the people of B&H live! As one of the rare bosnian villages that is preserved in its original state, Lukomir is at 1,500m above sea level. The village was declared as a cultural landscape and a national monument of B&H. Isolated from civilization in raw nature, Lukomir is a rather unique space. The stone houses (covered by roof shingles made out of cherry tree), fresh air, the smell of nature, domestic cuisine, quality dairy products, organic food, excellent hospitality. Legend says that in Lukomir people came from the area of Dubrovnik. This is confirmed by a necropolis of tombstones from the 14th and 15th century. According to some legends when they arrived at the place of today's Lukomir and saw a plateau that is not visible from any side, surrounded by canyons, the people said 'this is our harbor of peace'. A literal translation: “Luka” – harbor, and “mira” – peace, and becouse of that this village is called Lukomir.

Participants arrive to Konjic - agency “Visit Konjic” at 9 a.m. or with transport from Sarajevo. With organized transport participants go to an unforgettable eco tour and a trip to the last traditional Bosnian village, Lukomir. During the tour breaks for taking photos. Arrival to Lukomir. Lukomir is a village on Bjelašnica mountain. It is the highest settlement in Bosnia and Herzegovina (1472 m above sea level). The village is in ethno style and it is visited by many tourists who enjoy in its authenticity and the untouched nature.
If you hike up the small hill above the village, a magnificent view of the long ridge of the mountain Visočica, whose edge descends like a cliff into the nearly 1000 m deep canyon Rakitnica, will take your breath away. Lukomir is known for its traditional Bosnian clothes and even today women wear knitted clothes as a few centuries ago. Lunch is organized in the village (traditional bosnian meals and coffee). Departure after lunch.

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Private Day Trip to Mostar and Medjugorje from Split

Private Day Trip to Mostar and Medjugorje from Split - Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina

From USD
$66.58

Get the best out of your Stay in Croatia. 
While staying in Split, visit our neighbours in Bosnia and Herzegovina and tour Mostar and Medjugorje!

The historic town of Mostar developed in the 15th and 16th centuries as an Ottoman frontier town and during the Austro-Hungarian period in the 19th and 20th centuries. Mostar has long been known for its old Turkish houses and Old Bridge after which it is named ... More info ›

Get the best out of your Stay in Croatia. 
While staying in Split, visit our neighbours in Bosnia and Herzegovina and tour Mostar and Medjugorje!

The historic town of Mostar developed in the 15th and 16th centuries as an Ottoman frontier town and during the Austro-Hungarian period in the 19th and 20th centuries. Mostar has long been known for its old Turkish houses and Old Bridge after which it is named. In the 1990s conflict, however, most of the historic town and the Old Bridge was destroyed. The Old Bridge was recently rebuilt with the contribution of an international scientific committee established by UNESCO.
Your guide will take you for a walk around this historic city.

Medjugorje ("Between the Hills") is a village in the southern part of Herzegovina. The small parish of about 4,000 has become famous due to a series of reported visions of the Virgin Mary that began in 1981 and still continue today.
Although the apparitions have not been validated by the Catholic Church and therefore official pilgrimages are not allowed, the Shrine of the Queen of Peace at Medjugorje attracts thousands of pilgrims and tourists each year.

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