This transfer from Sarajevo to Dubrovnik is not just a transportation between the two destinations.
In this tour we will be visiting the most amazing places in Herzegovina region – a must-see region for anyone coming to the Balkans.
Starting from Sarajevo we are heading to small, but charming town Konjic, down to beautiful Mostar where you will see UNESCO protected Old Bridge of Mostar. We are continueing to Blagaj where we will enjoy the view of Spring of River Buna and see the Dewish Tekke, later on to Pocitelj – a Medieval-Ottoman villlage made-of-stone. And at the end we will relish at the most beautiful waterfall in Bosnia and Herzegovina – Kravice Waterfalls.
After Sarajevo’s departure, we will make our first stop in a charming small town – Konjic. There you will see the beautiful, turquoise Neretva River and The Old bridge of Konjic constructed in Ottoman times.
Then we continue through some really amazing parts of the Neretva river canyon, telling the unique stories of Herzegovina.
The next destination is Mostar, a city of light, stone on stone, historical, political, scientific and cultural centre of Herzegovina lies at the foot of the slopes of Velez Mountain, in the Neretva River valley. With its UNESCO protected Old Bridge represents the most important pearl of Bosnia and Herzegovina. We will walk through The Old Town of Mostar and besides the famous Old Bridge we will also see Hamam – Turkish bath, Crooked Bridge, Koski Mehmed Pasha mosque and Old Bazaar – Kujundziluk.
Our next destination is Blagaj – a haven of peace and natural harmony. In Blagaj you will see a Tekke – the Dervish Monastery, built around 1520. The monastery is an important monument of the early Ottoman period in Bosnia & Herzegovina. The dervishes have been using the monastery in order to perform their special rituals – Dhikr (praise to God). Blagaj Tekke is situated by the Spring of the river Buna, surrounded by beautiful mountains. In the silence of the Dervish house’s garden, cooled by the freshness of the wonderful river with the most spectacular view.
After enjoying Mostar we will proceed to Kravice waterfall. On the way, we will see Pocitelj village, medieval and Ottoman-Mediterranean wonder of nature and architecture, a place like no other. Cupped in a steep rocky amphitheatre, it’s a warren of stairways climbing between ramshackle stone-roofed houses and pomegranate bushes. You will also see other buildings that are must-be elements of an Ottoman village-like Hajji Ali’s Mosque, Hamam, Madrasa, Clock Tower and others.
The next destination will be Kravice waterfall, a mini version of Niagara Falls, hidden in the Balkans.
After enjoying the falls, we continue to Dubrovnik.
This tour was great! Our guide, Muamer (I apologize if I spelled this wrong), was very friendly and informative. He picked us up in our lodging in Dubrovnik and showed us lots of sites in Herzegovina and Bosnia on the way to our hotel in Sarajevo. I’m glad we booked this tour instead of driving ourselves because we would have missed a lot!
A great way to travel from Sarajevo to Dubrovnik. Adnan was a wonderful guide and super knowledgeable. He has the ability to share his knowledge in a very personable and informative way. He was friendly and always ready to help and accommodate our requests for stops etc. By the end of the tour we had an excellent overview of the history of Bosnia and the very complicated political situation there today. He also shared with us many aspects of life in Bosnia today – most interesting. Thank you Adnan and Meet Bosnia for such a worthwhile and enjoyable day.
Adnan was a fantastic tour guide! Knowledgeable and entertaining, I feel like I got a fairly good grounding in the history of Bosnia and Herzegovina, all the while enjoying fabulous scenery and locations. He was also willing to share his own story, which gave the trip an even more personal touch! I would do this tour again in a heartbeat!
Amer is a very friendly tour guide providing a lot of interesting insights to BiH. He shared a lot about the history, politics and culture of the country. Not to mention the sights along the trip is stunning.
A well-organized tour, we saw a lot in a short time, and yet we were not in a hurry, which only shows good organization. Guide Kenan excellent with great knowledge and sometimes humor. I got to know a good part of my neighboring country, and Kenan encouraged me to come again myself in the near future. I especially want to praise the way in which Kenan presents war events in the former Yugoslavia to guests who came outside of former Yugoslavia and who are not informed about it or are misinformed. I recommend the tour and the leader.