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.
Sarajevo, the capital, with great architecture, combination of picturesque churches and mosques is a perfect reflection of different cultures. We will visit the Old part of the town, Baščaršija, mountain Trebević and spring of the Bosna river!
You can get in touch with the land, cuisine, and local culture of Mostar with this intimate, hands-on tour of a generational family farm. As you explore, you can learn how a working farm operates, see the gardens packed with fruit trees, vegetables, and nuts, and maybe say "hello" to the ducks, turkeys, and quail. End your tour with a fantastic meal packed with delicious farm products, and enjoy your warm welcome as a houseguest.
Most visitors of the National Park Sutjeska cannot describe what they see and feel here. Many simply say: “Relaxation for the heart and soul!” Wherever a glance falls and wherever it goes, a new experience arrives. Here, in primeval nature, everyone can find what he wants: the tranquil calm on a mountainous hill. As rarely as somewhere else, here you can see and feel all the senses of the beauty of nature; the hook and the mystical silence of the forest, the bubble of crystal clear rivers and streams, wild game and clinging to the eagle, a wonderful game of shadows on the Mt. Zelengora lakes, the wave of mountain pastures. Nature has indeed richly endowed this unique part of Balkan.When it comes to hiking, people mostly visit Sutjeska because they want to experience the beautiful nature of this park, so there are obviously many marked paths for mountaineers in order to be able to fully explore the park.
Take a break from Sarajevo city life and head to the public park of Velo Bosne. Travel from you hotel in an air-conditioned coach and stroll through the park accompanied by a guide. As you walk, admire the area’s natural springs, waterfalls, and flora. Take note of the traditional Austro-Hungarian buildings.
The park was established in 1962 and is the largest and the earliest declared national park in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Its declaration was based more on it being the site of historic battles rather than for conservation. The park extends over an area of about 17,500 hectares (43,000 acres)Perućica forest reserve, located within the national park, was established in 1952, as "Natural reserve for scientific and educational purposes".Perućica, which is one of the last two remaining primeval forests in Europe, is one of the five Strict Nature Reserves in Bosnia and Herzegovina
We are VFD (Volunteer Fire Department) based in Blagaj, near Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Our team consists of a wide variety of volunteers including professional firefighters, emergency officers, students, and local citizens. Our mission is to educate the local community on fire safety and prevention along with interventions in natural disasters such as fires, earthquakes, floods and more. We invite you to participate in our training program to obtain your very own certificate of participation whilst you learn first hand some of our skills and training courses. You are invited to volunteer should we have any emergency calls, and will be provided basic education on fire safety and emergency intervention. Some of our other activities include but are not limited to: school education, humanitarian actions and community service. All proceeds go towards maintaining our Volunteer Fire Department.
Explore B&H on a great ride off the beaten paths and learn about the tradition and culture of our country. Lukomir village will show you the authentic life of Bosnian people, the most beautiful nature and the most delicious food.
A little bit north from Sarajevo, there is mountain Ozren with a lot of peaks which give you stunning views on the surroundings of Bosnia's capital city. One of them is Bukovik with the altitude of 1534 m. From there you can see the city of Sarajevo and four Olympic mountains around it, Bjelašnica, Igman, Trebević and Jahorina. On our way down we will change wide and open areas for beautiful and peaceful forrest where we will see one of the highest waterfalls in Balkans. It's name is Skakavac and it is 98 m high.