SELF-GUIDED

SELF-GUIDED

With so much to absorb whilst seeing the world on foot it’s sometimes best to literally take it all in your own stride.

Independent walking gives you freedom. Whether you pause or power on: the choice is up to you, from the sightseeing stops along the way, deciding to linger a little over your lunch, or setting off an hour earlier to catch the coolest part of the day. Keen botanists can choose to spend hours minutely studying an endemic wildflower on Tthe Via Dinarica route without worrying about slowing the pace of the rest of a group; everything is done to suit you, and you alone. Never feel rushed, and always remain in your comfort zone.

Green Visions is behind you 24 hours a day, just in case. Comprehensive local maps ensure you won’t get lost – unless you chose to! Your bags are transported ahead of you. The detailed route notes provide everything you need, but just in case, there’s a 24 hours emergency telephone number.

Self-guided combines the very best of framework and flexibility. Set your own agenda while someone else worries about the logistics. It offers the best of both worlds, combing the carefree ease of group travel with the independence of going it alone.

Green Visions Bjelasnica Mountain Self-Guided Tour

Bjelasnica Mountain Self-Guided Tour

Experience the Olympic Spirit: A seven-day Self Guided Hiking Adventure through Bjelasnica Olympic Mountain Explore the Via Dinarica Bosnia, an area that is yet to be discovered by many hikers. On this adventure, you’ll find a playground for active travellers: Spectacular limestone peaks; glacier lakes; amazing views; colourful wildflowers; medieval villages; and gracious, welcoming culture. Come and explore Bjelasnica Olympic Mountain: a stunning area located at the heart of Dinaric Alps. During your trek, you’ll experience exceptional views and witness to some of the most impressive sunsets in this corner of Europe. Don’t forget to enjoy Sarajevo, Bosnia’s capital city, which hosted the 1984 Winter Olympics. Sarajevo offers an ancient mix of European and Near Eastern culture and living history.  

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Green Visions Cycling Dinaric Alps Tour Self-Guided (3Days)

Cycling Dinaric Alps Tour Self-Guided (3Days)

This is a 3 days pioneering self guided bike tour through the remote mountain regions connecting Mostar and Sarajevo – Herzegovina with Bosnia. The natural beauty is truly stunning, with ancient forests, rugged peaks, hidden waterfalls, alpine lakes and rivers where you can stop for a swim en route. It’s not surprising that the region is known by locals as the Herzegovinan Himalayas. Your rides take you deep into the mountains passing small isolated settlements where the way of life has remained unchanged for centuries. Both on and off the bikes you have an opportunity to explore the unique cultural heritage bestowed on this small ancient mountain kingdom. Medieval tombstones scattered around the side of the road tell of a time long past. Charming Mostar with its famous bridge a symbol connecting East and West. And, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina’s capital and host of the 1984 Winter Olympics games, are all within arms reach during this unforgettable three days of riding and exploring. Other trip options: This trip can be done as a 5 days cycling trip, with Lukomir Highland Village extension and extra night in Sarajevo. Other option is doing the rides vice versa, cycling from Sarajevo to Mostar and Dubrovnik along old Austro-Hungarian Narrow gauge railway revitalised as cycling track.

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Green Visions Cycling Sarajevo to Dubrovnik Self-Guided (6 days)

Cycling Sarajevo to Dubrovnik Self-Guided (6 days)

The Central Dinaric Alps have been a natural border between the coastal towns of the Adriatic and highland trading cities and settlements along the Ottoman caravan routes to istanbul. Few have been to the region and even fewer have cycled the old Roman, Ottoman and Austro Hungarian narrow gauge railway routes connecting the Bosnian highlands with the Croatian coast. This is a challenging guided and fully supported cycling trip on mainly paved and secondary roads with few dirt roads. This trip is for those interested in finding out more about the diverse cultures in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Western Balkans. Immersing themselves with their bikes into the rich history of the region, while treating themselves to a great workout and lots of authentic food and drink.    Your rides take you deep into the mountains, passing small isolated settlements where the way of life has remained unchanged for centuries. Both on and off the bikes you have an opportunity to explore the unique cultural heritage bestowed on this small ancient mountain kingdom. Starting in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina’s capital and host of the 1984 Winter Olympics games, there is all within arms reach during this unforgettable three days of riding and exploring. Medieval tombstones scattered around the side of the road tell of a time long past. Charming Mostar with its famous bridge a symbol connecting East and West.    The trail also follow the old Narrow gauge railway connecting Herzegovina regions with Dubrovnik.. Narrow gauge railway was built in the early 20th century by Austro Hungarians and connected Mostar with Dubrovnik and Konavle in Croatia. The first ‘’─ćiro’’ passed this railway on 15th July, 1901. As the railway was abolished in the 70s idea for revitalising it as as biking trail that connects two different cross border regions as a unique tourism offer showed as a clear historical and cultural identity decision. Opened in 2017, this spectacular route takes you across the border and through some beautiful tourist attractions from both regions (B&H and Croatia) following karst field, wineries, old Monasteries and pilgrimage places, bridges, tunnels, rivers, fields, etc. and this trails will connect all these attractions together. Patch together the tumultuous history of Sarajevo, the European Jerusalem Ride over Bjelasnica, the 1984 olympic mountain range Swim in Boracko Glacial Lake  Walk over the Mostar Old Bridge Explore the wine routes of  Herzegovina Ride the Ciro Austro Hungarian narrow gauge railway Zavala Orthodox monastery Vjetrenica Cave Cross the rugged Dinaric Alps Dubrovnik Old Town Swim in the blue waters of the Adriatic Sea   

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Green Visions Sutjeska National Park Self-Guided Tour

Sutjeska National Park Self-Guided Tour

The Best of Via Dinarica, Bosnia: An seven-day Self Guided Hiking Adventure through oldest National Park in Bosnia, on Via Dinarica White line Explore the Via Dinarica Bosnia, an area that is yet to be discovered by many hikers. On this adventure, you’ll find a playground for active travelers: Spectacular limestone peaks; glacier lakes; amazing views; colorful wildflowers; medieval villages; and gracious, welcoming culture. Come and explore Sutjeska National Park: a stunning area located at the heart of Dinaric Alps. During your trek, you’ll ascend Maglic (2,386m) – the highest peak of Bosnia and visit Sarajevo, Bosnia’s capital city, which hosted the 1984 Winter Olympics. Sarajevo offers an ancient mix of European and Near Eastern culture and living history.  

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