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From Dubrovnik: Mostar and Kravice Waterfalls Day Tour

1. From Dubrovnik: Mostar and Kravice Waterfalls Day Tour

From the meeting point in Dubrovnik, you'll make your way to Mostar, a culturally and ethnically diverse city, famous for its historic UNESCO-protected Old Bridge (Stari Most) over the Neretva River. During your 3-hour visit to Mostar, you will enjoy a walking tour of the old city and have free time to relax and explore on your own. After taking the time to discover Mostar and sip some traditional Turkish coffee, you will head to Kravice Waterfalls on the Trebižat River. Enjoy a refreshing swim in its waters before heading back to Dubrovnik.

Sarajevo: 1-Way to Mostar with Konjic, Blagaj, and Pocitelj

2. Sarajevo: 1-Way to Mostar with Konjic, Blagaj, and Pocitelj

Your tour will begin as you are picked up from your accommodation. After a brief introduction and having received a bottle of water, it will be time to start your journey. The first stop of the day is a short visit to Konjic, a unique, prehistorically inhabited place from which Herzegovina starts. It is famous for a 17th-century 6-arch old bridge, and makes for a perfect introduction to the emerald-green Neretva River. Your journey then continues towards the restaurant famous for its homemade Pita (pie), that will satisfy both the vegetarians and omnivores in the group. With a full stomach, you will continue towards the beautiful Medieval and Ottoman stone-constructed fortified village of Počitelj. Upon your arrival, you will take an easy hike towards the Kula, a silo-shaped fort overlooking the village from the top of the hill. It used to house watchmen and military, as a guard against possible intrusions from the Neretva Valley. Following a short hike, you will continue your way to Blagaj. Situated at the spring of the Buna River (Europe’s most powerful, clean and drinkable river spring), Blagaj is settled beneath a few hundred meters of rocks and 16th-century tekke (tekija or Dervish monastery). Tekke or Dervish monastery is the unique sacral-residential example of Islamic architecture in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and was built with elements of Ottoman architecture and Mediterranean influence. One of the nicest parts of your journey will be spent on the bank of River Buna, just a few kilometers away from Blagaj. You will dine under the shade while listening to the sound of the river, and it is recommended to try a local trout followed by the traditional desert called “smokvara”. Following your nice meal, it will be time for the highlight of your journey, the city of Mostar. Mostar has long been known for its old Turkish houses and its Old Bridge, Stari Most, after which it was named. The historic part of Mostar is a result of the interaction between natural phenomena and human creativity throughout a long historical period. The architecture here presented a symbol of tolerance: a shared life of Muslims, Christians, and Jews. Mostar will be the last stop of your experience, and at the conclusion of your tour you will be dropped off in Mostar.

From Sarajevo: Guided Day Trip to Mostar and Herzegovina

3. From Sarajevo: Guided Day Trip to Mostar and Herzegovina

Visit the heartland of Herzegovina on a full-day trip with a local guide. Explore popular locations and learn about the history and traditions of the region. From Sarajevo, your first stop is Konjic, a small town known as the gateway into Herzegovina. Visit the old town and pass by the Ottoman Bridge, which will lead you to your next destination, Jablanica. There, marvel the man-made lake of Jablanicko Jazero and learn about the Neretva Battle from World War II. Then, head over to the stunning uphill town of Pocitelj, which had a strategic fort during the Ottoman period. Afterwards, discover Blagaj and have the opportunity to spiritually enlighten yourself with the presence of the mystic dervish orders that Herzegovina is famous for. The mineral-enriched Buna river also awaits you. Finally, arrive at the town of Mostar, known as the gem of Herzegovina. Admire its famous UNESCO-protected bridge, the Stari Most, and then have the chance to bargain with local vendors at the old market. Throughout your journey, you can also see the emerald green river of Neretva, which prides itself as the coldest river on the planet.

Dubrovnik: Day Trip to Mostar, Medjugorje and Kravice

4. Dubrovnik: Day Trip to Mostar, Medjugorje and Kravice

Depart from Dubrovnik and set off for Mostar situated on the Neretva River. Admire 2 parts of the city connected by the Old Bridge that was built by the Ottomans in the 16th-century and is considered one of the most famous pieces of Islamic architecture in the Balkans. Discover how, in fact, Mostar itself got its name after the bridge keepers (mostari) who guarded the Old Bridge in the medieval ages. The Old Bridge stood for 427 years until it was destroyed in 1993 during the Yugoslav Wars. It was reconstructed by the year 2004 using the same stones. Next, stop at one of the greatest natural landmarks in the area, the Kravica Waterfall, located only 40 km from Mostar. This waterfalls has a high discharge in winter and spring, and at low discharge during the rest of the year, making it a great picnic and camping area. Finally, travel southwest of Mostar to Europe's third most important apparition site, where each year more than 1 million people visit, the Međugorje Sanctuary. Learn about how Međugorje literally means "between mountains". After reports of apparitions of The Virgin Mary to 6 local children, Međugorje became a popular Catholic pilgrimage site. People are very proud of their sanctuary, and community. At the end of the tour, return to Dubrovnik where you will be dropped off at your hotel.

From Dubrovnik: 1-Way Tour to Sarajevo via Mostar and Konjic

5. From Dubrovnik: 1-Way Tour to Sarajevo via Mostar and Konjic

After getting picked up from your hotel, begin the journey across the border into Bosnia and Herzegovina, taking in views of the Croatian coastlines and historic towns along the way. Your first stop will be at the incredible Kravica Falls where you can enjoy a dip in refreshing emerald waters. After your swim, head to the fortified village of Počitelj for a walk to the top of an exhilarating hill where you will be rewarded with panoramic views of the Neretva Valley. Next, head to the gem of Herzegovina, Blagaj. Marvel at the beauty of this monastery located at the base of a cliff and on top of a picturesque lake. You can even take a boat ride into a cave for an authentic local experience. Your next stop is the world-famous city of Mostar. Wander around the city's cobbled streets and small shops to reach the stone masterpiece that is the Old Bridge. Here, enjoy a bite to eat at one of the local restaurants and admire panoramic views of the bridge as you eat before continuing to your next stop. After lunch, continue to one of the oldest towns in the country, Konjic. This city is also famous for its iconic bridge and abundance of surrounding natural beauty. Enjoy some free time to explore the town before continuing to your final destination in Sarajevo.

Mostar: Sarajevo Grand Tour with Tunnel of Hope Museum

6. Mostar: Sarajevo Grand Tour with Tunnel of Hope Museum

The first stop on your tour will be the city of Konjic, one of the oldest towns in the country with archaeological traces dating back 4,000 years. The written documents date way back from 14th century, but the appearance of the town as it stands today started to form once the Ottomans came onto the scene. Utilizing a well-maintained road, you will then weave through a landscape of beautiful Bosnian canyons, mountains, lakes, and historic towns to reach Sarajevo. Your second stop is the most famous museum: the Tunnel of Hope. There you will learn about the position of the museum and its famous mark in front of the entrance named "Sarajevo Rose". After seeing a short movie, a 1-hour long presentation starts which will explain the fall of Yugoslavia, the war in Slovenia, Croatia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the creation and importance of the tunnel.  Following the tunnel, you'll advance towards the 1984 Olympics mountain of Trebević. It is the closest mountain to the center of Sarajevo and was part of the front line during the siege of Sarajevo. At this site you will have the opportunity to see and walk on the former bobsleigh and luge track, experiencing the most beautiful panoramic views of Sarajevo which unfortunately were also the main positions of the enemy army.   Just under the Trebevic Mountain lies the second-largest Jewish cemetery in Europe. The cemetery contains unique-shaped tombstones that can only be seen in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is believed their shape is influenced by medieval Bosnian tombstones named "Stecak". Once finished with the Jewish Cemetery, you will head to Sarajevo Old Town for a traditional Bosnian lunch. Following lunch the best way to explore the city is a walking tour. Your tour guide will accentuate to you a combination of Oriental, European, and Yugoslav influences, which create uniqueness and beauty seen nowhere else but Sarajevo. You'll see Muslim, Catholic Christian, Orthodox Christian, and Jewish architecture just a few minutes away from each other, whilst listening to Muslim calls to prayer at the same time as the sound of bells from nearby churches. You'll learn about the assassination that triggered World War I, as well as how Muslims and Jews protected each other through the different wars. At the conclusion of your scenic and education experience, it will be time to return to Mostar.

Sarajevo, Mostar & Jajce: 3-Day Best of Bosnia Private Tour

7. Sarajevo, Mostar & Jajce: 3-Day Best of Bosnia Private Tour

Start your three-day private tour in Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina and a unique multicultural center. Learn about the legacies of the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian empires, as well as communist Yugoslavia. Marvel at the cross-section of religions and listen to the simultaneous calls to prayer from different faiths. Explore the history of the most recent Balkan War in Sarajevo and learn about the four long years that the city and its people suffered under the constant threat of bombs. Visit the main locations from the 1990s Balkan War following the Siege of Sarajevo. See remnants of monuments preserved as reminders of the horrors of war. Hear the story of the Tunnel of Hope and get a better understanding of this memorial by watching a short documentary made during the war. On day two, travel from Sarajevo to Konjic, Blagaj, and Mostar in Herzegovina, the southern part of the country, which is known for its sunny, warm weather and wine production. Admire the lavender fields and take in the smell of the seaside. Visit Konjic, a small town known for its wood carving, and take a Bosnian coffee break beside the beautiful Neretva River. Wander through the UNESCO-designated old town area of Mostar and see the famous bridge, an impressive example of Ottoman-era architecture. Stop by Blagaj, a scenic town bordering the Buna River known for its fish restaurants. Travel to a traditional Ottoman town dating back to the 16th century and admire its amazing architecture. Day three is a trip from Sarajevo to Travnik and Jajce, the capital of the Bosnian kingdom during the 14th century. An important historic and tourist destination, Jajce is home to a famous waterfall where the Pliva River meets the Vrbas River. Visit the Royal Fortress, the Mlincici Complex, Pliva Springs, and the Catacomb Museum. On the road to Jajce, stop by the small well-preserved town of Travnik and see examples of Bosnian culture and lifestyle during the Ottoman period, including numerous mosques, houses, and fountains dating back hundreds of years.

Authentic Day Trip Mostar - Kravice -Medjugorje From Split

8. Authentic Day Trip Mostar - Kravice -Medjugorje From Split

First, discover the world-famous Stari Most (Old Bridge) - Mostar's indisputable visual focus. Its pale stone arch magnificently throws back the golden glow of sunset or the tasteful night-time floodlighting. Next, the Trebižat river is the perfect setting for a relaxing boat ride in a traditional wooden boat. You'll see nature's best from the banks, hear about the old customs and traditions while having a drink. The pristine aquafer waters of the Trebizat River are home to brown trout & crabs and during the summer months you're more than welcome to go for a swim. After the ride a local lunch is included with loads of homemade delicacies. Your guide and their family would then love to host you on a hands-on culinary tour which starts in the fields, where you pick the organically grown crops and become part of the cooking experience. Menus vary from traditional pies where you roll your own dough to the acclaimed iron dome Peka roast. All this food is complimented with rich side dishes, salads, homemade brandies, and wines.

Dubrovnik: Authentic Mostar and Koćuša Day-Trip

9. Dubrovnik: Authentic Mostar and Koćuša Day-Trip

The world-famous Stari Most (Old Bridge) is Mostar's indisputable visual highlight, with it's swooping stone arch having originally been built between 1557 and 1566 on the orders of Suleyman the Magnificent. The Trebižat River is the perfect setting for a relaxing boat ride in a traditional wooden boat. You'll see nature's best from the banks as you hear about the old customs and traditions while having a drink. The pristine aquafer waters of the Trebizat River are home to brown trout and crabs, and during the summer months, you're more than welcome to go for a swim. After the ride, a local lunch will be served consisting of a variety of homemade delicacies. Dating from the Roman times, the Ljubuski field has been a rich bread basket for the region. In preparation for your dinner, you will be invited to hand-pick fresh produce to be used later on in your dishes. Menus vary from traditional pies where you roll your own dough, to the acclaimed iron dome "Peka" roast. All of the food will be complimented with rich side dishes, including salads and homemade brandies and wines.

From Sarajevo: 2-Day Wine Tasting Tour with Meals & Lodging

10. From Sarajevo: 2-Day Wine Tasting Tour with Meals & Lodging

DAY 1: Let's go: Ready, Steady, Wine! We start our day at 9:00 a.m. with a freshly brewed cappuccino and then travel by bus to the Herzegovina Wine Region. On our first day, we will visit three of our favourite wineries, sample local wines and specialties, and we will also be active ourselves! We won’t tell you too much, but you’ll be returning home with a very special souvenir! Each tour has a maximum group size of 12 people, so that each of you can chat with us and ask the wine makers any questions you may have. We finish the evening with a communal dinner at the big table among the wine barrels, celebrating a successful first day – and cheering to a successful second! DAY 2: Wine not get a bit more? After a restful night and breakfast at the wine hotel, we board the bus and begin the day with a dip in the Kravica-Wasserfalls – a welcome reprieve from the heat of Hercegovina and a cure for any hangover! Following that, we visit two more of our favourite wine farm, both of whom demonstrate that it is sometimes necessary to break with tradition and do one’s own thing, whether it is through planting of new varieties or the sale of a small but fine selection. We finish the second day on the terrace of a lovely wine club with views of Herzegovina’s rolling hills, before returning to Sarajevo in the early evening.

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based on 196 reviews

I want send a big thank you to Gabriel and Amrel our guide in Bosnia Hercegovina. Both tremendous kind and warm hearted as my son fell and injured him self they looked after us as their own family. They took us to hospital and sorted my son out and ensured we got back on the bus. Few tips for you if you book this tour. Time at waterfalls is a bit tight so make choice if u need to bring ur swimming gear on not before you go. Next, take out enough cash before u depart as card is hardly accepted in Bosnia Hercegovina. Again for the tour itself, it was a great day out with loads to see and experience. Mostar is amazing and I am afraid I did not get to experience it in full. I am sure I a will be back and use the same tour.

The communication with info bosnia tours worked perfectly. Irfan was punctual, friendly and engaging. He picked us up at our airbnb in Dubrovnik and dropped us off at out exact location in sarajevo. He accommodated very well to what we wanted to do and adjusted the plan accordingly to maximise our experience during the day-trip. He explained the history very well and was a good conversationalist. The ride was smooth and the car was spacious, clean and quiet. Tip for the water fall stop: come already changed in swimming clothes if you do plan to get in the water to save time on the changing cabinets queue.

First time I have booked a private trip, it was very much my trip I could choose where I went in the booked locations and how long I stayed there. My guide was fabulous I learnt so much more about the history of the places/countries I visited. It is a much more personal experience than any trip I’ve been on . Thank you for a very good day.

Perfect day trip and transfer with a high quality and passionate guide, Ibrahim. This is probably one of the most memorable tours we have ever done - ibrahim was friendly, knowleadgeable and gave us so much information about the Bosnian culture and history. We can highly recommend it !

We had the pleasure of a very nice guide/driver. Kerim was wonderful. We got to see so much in just one day! We recommend it!