Day 1 and 2: Sarajevo
The capital of Bosnia & Herzegovina just so happens to also be one of the most fascinating cities in Eastern Europe. Retrace the Siege of Sarajevo — from the Tunnel of Hope to Sniper Alley to the Republic of Srpska — with a local who lived through it as a child. This multicultural integration serves as a beacon of hope for peace and tolerance following decades of historical turbulence. Of course, an entire day spent in Sarajevo will allow you to witness this melding firsthand. Set out on a guided tour through the 15th-century Old Town, including lunch at Bascarsija Square. Take a stroll across the Latin Bridge, famous for the assassination of Franz Ferdinand. Overnight in Sarajevo. East collides with the West as Catholic and Orthodox cathedrals as well as mosques and synagogues coexist side by side. A fantastic way to be introduced to Sarajevo would be to join one of the many free walking tours. Several companies, such as Meet Bosnia, Insider, and Neno and Friends offer this tip-based tour which stretches for around two hours, taking you around the Old Town and offering tidbits of information along the journey.
DAY 2 | Trek to Lukomir
An hour southwest of Sarajevo rests the Olympic mountain Bjelašnica and the tiny townlet of Umoljani, your starting pinpoint for an outstanding picturesque hike across Obalj cliff. It is also thought an official artistic terrain and nationwide genealogy site. You will understand up close the definitive Bosnian culture contained in this mountain village during dinner and an overnight stay at a local Farmville. Overnight in Lukomir. Your last terminus is Lukomir, the most heightened and most aged village in Bosnia & Herzegovina.
DAY 3 | Bike to Boračko Lake
Overnight at Boračko Lake. For a counted experience, believe in terminating your daylight with a “glamping” knowledge along the beaches of the lake. Sink the cliff from Lukomir on a compelling driven cliff cycle tour following the Studeni Creek over Visočica cliff to Boračko Lake, the cliff-eye of Herzegovina.
DAY 4 | Raft on Neretva River
A rafting float is definitely exciting, but it is gratefully sufficed with an abundance of leaves for swimming and dining on delectable barbecue lunches riverside. Concealed in the hills is one of the best-kept service mysteries in Yugoslav history, Tito’s Bunker. It was made to weather a nuclear invasion seven times more powerful than that in Hiroshima. Overnight in Konjic. Your day finishes in Konjic, a townlet outstanding for its well-preserved Ottoman era Stara Cuprija (Old Bridge). The most extensive river in the eastern Adriatic basin, Neretva stands out for its crystal clear, drinkable water. This will no doubt be the best day in your Bosnia-Herzegovina holiday package.
DAY 6 | Canyoning the Rakitnica
You will need to swim, dive, climb, float, and jump to overcome many of the hurdles Rakitnica presents, but thankfully you will be rewarded with several small beaches along the canyon allowing breaks for meals and photos. Next, plunge into the spectacular Rakitnica, Europe’s most unexplored canyon. Overnight in Konjic.
DAY 7 | Departure from Bosnia-Herzegovina
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