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Bosnia & Herzegovina

Work with our local travel partner and Destination Management Company (DMC) established and located in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. We invite you to Bosnia and Herzegovina to discover its unique culture, historical sites, towns, rivers, lakes, villages and mountains.

We specialize in producing and conducting bespoke and unique day tours and multi-day tours, both through our own brand name, as well as through the brands of our international partners. Our friendly local team is ready to consult, plan, and provide any destination management services you might need. Our guides and tour leaders are highly-trained and experienced multilingual professionals. We offer a variety of travel packages for companies, individuals and groups. We will source your accommodation and plan an exciting itinerary for you with transfers throughout the region with our licensed tour guides and knowledgeable tour leaders.

There is much to see and do for corporate incentive groups with unique venues for welcome parties and gala dinners. We work with meeting planners to source conference venues, private transfers, meet and greet services, audiovisual and lighting, translation services, decor and entertainment.

Sarajevo has become one of Europe’s most likeable capitals, while the delightful city of Mostar is focused on an Old Bridge that, meticulously rebuilt after the war, must be the most photographed object in the Balkans. Outdoor enthusiasts will be in their element in Bihać, one of Europe’s foremost rafting destinations, and the small towns of Jajce, Blagaj and Trebinje are also popular with travellers.

Our mission is to show the world all the hidden gems of Bosnia and Herzegovina, be it natural, historical or religious. So come and enjoy our heart-shaped land with a reliable, local DMC in Bosnia and Herzegovina!

Top Travel Highlights in Bosnia & Herzegovina

  • Sarajevo – explore the city known as the Jerusalem of Europe, walk the fascinating Turkic-era alleyways, drink strong Bosnian coffee and enjoy the nation’s best burek and ćevapi.
  • Mostar Bridge – Watch in awe as young men throw themselves off this magnificently rebuilt stone bridge at the centre of the city’s old Ottoman quarter.
  • Outdoor enthusiasts will be in their element in Konjic one of Europe’s foremost rafting destinations, and the small towns of Počitelj, Blagaj and Trebinje are also popular with travellers.
  • Visit Jajce and watch the waterfall tumble photogenically past Jajce’s castle-crowned Old Town.
  • Trebinje – Enjoy this fetching regional centre’s low-key pace, with its walled riverside Old Town and leafy squares and parks.
  • Cool off underneath the fantastical Kravica waterfall.
  • Explore the mystical town of Blagaj and enter the Dervish Tekke situated over the biggest freshwater spring in Europe.
  • Enter the beautiful medieval Ottoman stone-constructed village of Počitelj and visit the silo-shaped fort on the top of the hill overlooking the village with fantastic views.
  • Go rafting! Splash and slide down one of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s fast-flowing rivers, whether from Banja Luka, Konjic, Foča or Bihać.
  • Bjelašnica – Ski the Olympic pistes in winter or explore the magical mountain villages in summer.
  • Lukomir is the country’s highest village, at an altitude of 1,495m in the Bjelašnica Mountains. It is also home to a semi-nomadic traditional Bosniak community.
  • Hike some of Europe’s most hidden trails in the Sutjeksa National Park.