6 Days Bosnia Delight

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Craggily beautiful Bosnia and Hercegovina is most intriguing for its East-meets-West atmosphere born of blended Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian histories.

Apart from modest Neum it lacks beach resorts, but easily compensates with cascading rafting rivers, waterfalls and bargain-value skiing in its mostly mountainous landscapes.

Major drawcards are the reincarnated historic centers of Sarajevo and Mostar, counterpointing splendid Turkish-era stone architecture with quirky bars, inviting street-terrace cafes and a vibrant arts scene. And there’s so much more to discover in the largely rural hinterland, all at prices that make the country one of Europe’s best-value destinations.

Muscat – Sarajevo return Airfare
3 Nights accommodation in Sarajevo
2 Nights accommodation in Mostar
All tours and transfer as per itinerary
Daily Breakfast at each hotel
Sarajevo-Mostar Sarajevo on private basis
English/Arabic speaking guide is included
Visa Fee
Travel Insurance



Day 1: Arrival in Sarajevo, Bosnia

Welcome to Sarajevo. Upon arrival at the Airport you will be met by our local representative who will transfer you to the city hotel.


Day 2: Olympic Mountains and Lukomir Village

Visit the highest and most isolated mountainous village in Bosnia and Herzegovina which is situated 1.500 m above sea level. The traditional medieval way of life of the Dinaric highlanders is still practiced here. Here, local women still wear the traditional folk attire the same as they used to wear centuries ago, and the village itself is known for its stone houses covered with cherry tree shingles.


Day 3: Sarajevo – Mostar

The driver will take you to Mostar (02 Hrs 15 Mins /130 Kms approx.). Along the way you’ll have the opportunity to take breaks for refreshments and photography.

Check in Mostar hotel, and enjoy free time for leisure.


Day 4: Mostar – Blagaj – Pocitelj – Kravice

Breakfast in the hotel and departure to Buna springs (Blagaj) – the strongest spring in Europe that takes out more then 45 000 liters per second. Buna spring is the home to the most famous dervish convict (tekke) in the Balkans. This area is also very famous for it’s delicious trout fish. After Blagaj, we will take You to Počitelj, the „stone“ city, an old pass keeper on the banks of emerald Neretva river. It is believed that the fortified town along with its attendant settlements were built by Bosnian King Stjepan Tvrtko I, in 1383. Arrival back to Mostar. After Pocitelj you will continue to the Kravice waterfalls. The waterfalls are located on Trebizat river. The height of the waterfalls is 25 m and the radius of the lake in the base is 120 m. It is a popular swimming and picnic area. Arrival back to Mostar in the late afternoon. Free time for individual activities. Overnight in Mostar.


Day 5: Mostar – Sarajevo

The driver will take you to Sarajevo (02 Hrs 15 Mins /130 Kms approx.). Along the way you’ll have the opportunity to take breaks for refreshments and photography.


Day 6: Departure

After breakfast, check out hotel and transfer to Sarajevo Airport.