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Get the most out of your time in the Balkans on a private tour to Bosnia and Herzegovina from Dubrovnik. Enjoy smooth transfer between the city of Mostar, the Kravice waterfalls, and the UNESCO-listed village of Počitelj via air-conditioned vehicle, gaining insight into the culture as you explore regional landmarks. Benefit from your guide’s undivided attention on a private tour, and relax with hotel pickup and drop-off included.
Widen your perspective of southeastern Europe on this full-day tour to Mostar and Kravice Waterfall in Bosnia and Herzegovina, with hassle-free round-trip transportation included from your Split hotel. Discover Mostar’s historic landmarks, including its UNESCO-listed Old Bridge, then cool off with a refreshing swim beneath the natural cascade, benefiting throughout from the undivided attention of your private guide.
Visiting Mostar and the Kravice Waterfalls from Dubrovnik is tricky without hiring a car. On this full-day trip, travel from your Dubrovnik hotel to Bosnia and Herzegovina with a guide. Take a tour of Mostar and learn about its history from your guide. Continue on to the Kravice Waterfalls and enjoy free time for swimming.
Explore the region of Herzegovina with ease on this small-group day tour. Depart from your Mostar hotel in an air-conditioned minivan with your guide and make your way to the Kravice Waterfalls, the walled town of Pocitelj, and the Dervish house at Blagaj Tekke. Learn about the area from your guide’s on board commentary.
Blagaj, Pocitelj, Kravice Waterfalls, and Mostar are some of Herzegovina’s highlights, but it can be tricky to visit all of them in one day independently. On this full-day tour, travel to each one in an air-conditioned minivan. Enjoy breakfast in Blagaj, learn about the history of Pocitelj from your guide, admire views of the Kravice Waterfalls, and hear stories about Mostar’s history.
If you're visiting Dubrovnik and only have time for one trip to the countryside, don't miss this private South Herzegovina adventure with a full-day itinerary packed with must-see sights. Leave the driving to your guide as you visit the charming village of Pocitelj, explore the cultural gems in Blagaj—including the famed Blagaj Tekke monastery—and see the historic Mostar Bridge in this city spanning the Neretva River. Along the way you can admire the stunning landscape, visit the Kravica Waterfall, and enjoy hassle-free, round-trip travel.
Spend the day exploring some of Herzgovinia’s historic highlights and beautiful nature without the hassle of organizing a rental car – or the loud crowds of a coach tour – on this small-group tour from Mostar. Get around the Mostar basin in an air-conditioned minivan. Visit picturesque locations like the cliffside monastery Blagaj Tekija, the 14th century walled city Počitelj and the Kravice Waterfalls – all with a guide on hand to show you around and answer your questions.
Herzegovina boasts many must-see sights and towns, including UNESCO-protected Mostar, but they can be tricky to cover in a day by self-drive or public transport. Bundle them into one effortless outing on this door-to-door tour from Sarajevo or Mostar. Admire Mostar’s Old Bridge, view Blagaj’s cliffside spring, discover medieval Pocitelj, and absorb the beautiful Kravice Falls. Upgrade to a private tour from either Sarajevo or Mostar for a personalized experience.
Conquer the highest peak of Bosnia and Herzegovina Maglic Mountain and visit National Park Sutjeska. Maglić Mountain is the highest mountain in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2386m high and situated on the border with Montenegro. Together with nearby Volujak and Zelengora, Maglić is considered as one of the most beautiful mountain territories of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Protected by the government, this beautiful area with rich forests is declared as National Park Sutjeska in 1962. Maglić massif, beneath its slopes, has formed Trnovačko Jezero (Trnovačko Lake), a beautiful hearth-shaped glacier lake situated at 1,517 meters above sea level that not many tourists even know it exists.
Delve into the history, culture, and natural wonders of Bosnia and Herzegovina on a day trip that covers all the logistics and transportation. While exploring this country can be intimidating for tourists, by traveling with a guide you don’t have to worry about navigating the country on your own. Instead, relax and enjoy the sights while a guide takes you on a journey to medieval fortresses, waterfalls, and cities.
Outdoor enthusiasts can experience the cascading waters of the Kravice waterfalls on this relaxing adventure, with private travel from Mostar. After hassle-free pickup, sit back as you're whisked into the wilderness of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and hop out to explore the falls—with entry at your own expense. With easy travel just 25 miles (40 kilometers) south of Mostar, you can rejuvenate in nature, explore at your leisure, and easily get back to the city whether you stay for a few hours or the whole day.
Capture one of nature’s most beautiful natural monuments – Hajducka Vrata (Outlaw’s Gate) on Cvrsnica Mountain. Do not miss to experience beautiful Cvrsnica , ideal place for all those who desire silence, wilderness and mountain peacefulness, complemented only with sounds of wind, hidden forest inhabitants and stunning nature monuments.
Even if you have limited time, you can see more of Bosnia and Herzegovina in just a few hours with this private sightseeing tour. After convenient pickup from your Sarajevo hotel, you can sit back as you travel south of Mostar, and see several of the region's top attractions. Visit a monastery dating to the Ottoman Empire, see an archaeological site built by the Romans, and marvel at the area's natural beauty with a visit to Kravice Falls.
Deluxe SUV Herzegovina Adventures 4 Cities & Kravice Watefalls -
Konjic - Mostar - Blagaj - Počitelj - Kravice Waterfalls
Whole Mediterranean region of Herzegovina, including towns Mostar, Počitelj, Blagaj, are the places that you must be seen and feel by everyone who comes to Balkans and to Bosnia & Herzegovina. Unique way to enjoy in one of the Herzegovina adventures tours, experience and feel beautiful scenery, cultural diversity, history, UNESCO places and the most delicious food ever.
NOTE: During the summer days, we have more day light and we will visit beautiful natural wonder- Waterfalls Kravice.
We will finish the tour in Mostar, and after we explore the old town then we will organize the return to Sarajevo. On the way back to Sarajevo, ride it is around two hours, so we can make breaks on the way, or for those desiring to try famous roasted lamb at Jablanica.
The Tour will last all day and our ride back to Sarajevo will finish around 8pm, so don’t plan to many things.
Experience three of Herzegovina’s star attractions without transport fuss on this private tour. Leaving from Mostar, travel by comfortable, chauffeur-driven vehicle and visit the Kravice Waterfalls, medieval town of Pocitelj, and Blagaj, whose 600-year-old Dervish monastery sits under cliffs near the cavern spring of the River Buna. Along the way, enjoy the personalized attention of a driver-guide, who will provide commentary, insight, and tips you’d miss if exploring alone.
Mostar is within day-trip radius of Dubrovnik, but getting there independently means a self-drive that includes negotiating border crossings yourself, or a long public bus journey. Skip both with this hassle-free tour. Concentrate on the scenery as you head for Bosnia and Herzegovina; stop on route at historical Pocitelj, and on arrival in Mostar, enjoy time to explore, absorb its multicultural architecture, and admire its UNESCO-listed Old Bridge.
Visit two of Bosnia & Herzegovina’s most spectacular locations in one day on this seamless tour from Dubrovnik. Following morning pickup from your Dubrovnik hotel, hop aboard your comfortable vehicle, and cross the border. Your first stop in Bosnia & Herzegovina is the stunning Kravica Waterfalls, where you can sightsee and swim at your leisure. Then continue to the historical city of Mostar, where you’ll discover its UNESCO-listed Old Bridge Area.
Itinerary is fully adaptable to our guests requests. Passport required. Citizens of some countries need visa.
- transportation ( up to 7 pax) luxury mini van Mercedes Vito Tourer (2019)
- proffesional English speaking driver
- flexible duration
PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE:
- local guide if not booked different
- food and drinks
- entrance fees
- rest of payment
Feel Herzegovina, Adventure sightseeing in Bosnia & Herzegovina
During three days we diving through Herzegovina and explore our monuments, heritage, and history. This is a real touring at places and towns: Blagaj, Žitomislići, Počitelj, Kravice, Jablanica, Blidinje Nature Park, Boljuni necropolis, Radimlja necropolis, and cave Vjetrenica.
Connect with your spiritual side on this holy pilgrimage to Medjugorje, a multi-day private journey with a guide to show the way. This sight has attracted millions since the Virgin Mary reportedly appeared here in the early 1980s, and remains a place travelers report finding peace and spiritual connection. With two meals daily, a visit to the Church for the Rosary, and accommodation—depending on the package you choose—this tour includes all the necessary planning, so you can focus on the experience.
Explore the medieval city of Mostar, located within the geographical region of Herzegovina, during this private sightseeing tour. Listen to engaging commentary from your guide about the history of the region as you visit key landmarks such as the Crooked Bridge, the Hammam Museum, two local mosques, and, of course, the famous Old Bridge of Mostar. Cap off your tour with a taste of a traditional candy called ‘rahat-lokum.’
Bosnia and Herzegovina is located in southeastern Europe. The territory that encompasses this country has historically been a place where different culture merge for centuries. The identity is neither eastern or western. It is a combination of these two sides woven into all pores of society. This compound Where the East and the West meet is expressed through:
The purpose of this tour is to visit some of the most incredible places in Bosnia and Herzegovina and; see, experience, taste and feel this unique identity.
Sibenik is situated in the middle of the eastern Adriatic coast, in a picturesque bay that is affected by the Krka River.
It was founded by Croats over 1000 years ago and is, therefore, the oldest native Croatian town.
Numerous small squares and historical monuments are scattered around the city and testify to its rich history.
Discover all the beauty this Croatian jewel is still hiding.
Tour starts at 9am from Dubrovnik. After 2:20h driving along dalmatian cost and beauty of River Neretva you are coming in small town of Pocitelj. In Pocitelj you will have an opportunity for sightseeing and free time 30min. Pocitelj is a beautiful cultural and historical site featuring structures from the 15th century.
The tour will then continue to Mostar. Through the centuries Mostar became the meeting point of various cultures and religions. Besides the Old Bridge, the symbol of the town, you have the chance to visit the Mosque of Mostar, a Turkish house, and many other monuments in the town.
In the afternoon, following sightseeing and free time, you will return to Dubrovnik.