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Bosnia and Herzegovina is an ideal place for the active tourist. There isn’t much lying around on sandy beaches or in luxurious resorts, but for the adventure seeker or nature lover BiH is a wonderland of pristine wilderness. Culture and history buffs will have a field day. Despite the lack of museums most visitors usually find ‘real-life’ Bosnia and Herzegovina to be a living museum. City visitors will be delighted with Sarajevo and Mostar and all the nightlife, festivals, architecture, and beauty that is available. Western travelers not accustomed to eastern and oriental faiths will find the mysticism of Christian Orthodox monasteries and Ottoman mosques an enchanting experience.
Below are our ‘don’t miss’ highlights when visiting Bosnia and Herzegovina:
Mostar and Its oriental old town, the old bridge, mosques and churches, and the turquoise blue Neretva River will mesmerize you.
Sutjeska National Park home to the last primeval forest in Europe is where you will find a true wilderness adventure with bears, wolves and other wild things in this nature oasis.
Sarajevo Old Town / Baščaršija is a walk through its ancient Ottoman past. Shopping, drinking Turkish coffee, or just strolling through the craftsmen quarters is a pure delight
Blagaj is one of the best examples of the interconnectedness of Herzegovina’s cultural and natural heritage. The ‘tekija’ dervish house built at the base of a two hundred meter rock face at the source of the Buna River is a magical place, blessed with the powers of both man and nature.
Rafting on the Una River is an unforgettable experience and if you manage to conquer the falls at Strbački Buk, you’ve conquered some of the toughest in Europe! The Neretva and Tara are just as thrilling but Strbački’s 24 meter waterfall is tops!
Bjelašnica Mountain and Its highland villages offer a true peek into old world Europe. Traditions and customs dating back hundreds and hundreds of years can still be found as part of daily life here. Hiking and walking here is some of the best in the country.
Kravica Waterfall is a remarkable waterfall on the Trebižat River. It’s a great spot for a picnic and a swim and is only a hop-skip-and-a-jump from Međugorje, Ljubuški, and Čapljina.
Lukomir highland village is the highest (1469m) and most isolated permanent settlement in the country. Here is a last chance peek at old world Europe and the way things ‘used to be.
Jahorina olympic style skiing is a fantastic ski mountain with well groomed slopes. One of the best unknown bargains in European skiing.