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Bosnia and Herzegovina, once a member of Yugoslavia Federation, the journey of its independence is long and hard. The state economy and the people’s life have been hurt and damaged deeply during the civil war which has just ended in 1995. Now after the development and construction of more than a decade, the country is in right path and welcome tourists from all over the world.

Tour Code: WT- Sarajevo 01
5-Day Tour of Sarajevo - Tjentište - Sutjeska National Park - Sarajevo

Departure: Daily
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    1
    5-Day Tour of Sarajevo - Tjentište - Sutjeska National Park - Sarajevo

    The group will depart Sarajevo for Sutjeska National Park, which is a two hour drive. After arriving at the park the group will head toward the tranquil Donje Bare Lake, and walk through beech forest and open mountainous terrain to the summit of Planinica (1772 metres). The next destination is Gornje Bare Lake, for which a difficult, slippery and boulder covered slope will have to be navigated. At the lake the group will break for lunch. After lunch, the group will return to the hut via Gornje Bare. After an early dinner at the lake, the participants will be transferred back to the hotel in Tjentište.

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    2
    Tjentište

    The group will set off for Orlovacko Lake in a remote and relatively unknown area of the Zelengora mountain range. From the lake, the group will set off for Bregoc (2,029 metres) along an unmarked path over open grassland. Participants will walk through a steep valley before coming to the foot of a rising ridge that leads to the summit of Bregoc. After a short break the group will hike down to the various lakes of Zelengora. The day will be wrapped up with a swim at Orlovacko and an early dinner.

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    3
    Tjentište

    The group will drive a little more than 45 minutes to Perucica medieval forest. The park is a treasure trove of wildlife and a large number of endemic plants. The park also houses Bosnia and Herzegovinas highest and impressive mountain Maglic, named after the thick fog that often surrounds its rocky peak. The car will be left behind at a viewpoint - Dragoš Sedlo - with its colourful view of the one of two remaining medieval forests in Europe - Perucica. The group will pass a lovely waterfall "Skakavac" which plunges 75 meters down into the dark spruce and beech forest of Perucica, and then a magical forest of beautiful 50 meter tall spruce and beech trees. Participants are likely to come across trees that are 200 to 300 years old. It is likely to be sunset by the time the group drives back to the hotel.

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    4
    Tjentište

    The group will head for Lokva Dernecište, perched at 1667 metres, where the days walk through forest and open mountainous terrain will begin. The ascent of Maglic Mountain (2386 metres) will take approximately four hours over poorly maintained mountain trails with steep cliffs and is by far the most demanding part of the days hike. People with a fear of heights are not encouraged to venture on this trip. Lunch will be had at Maglic , with its stunning views of Montenegro and Trnovacko Lake with its emerald green water deep below - the tours next destination. It will take around three hours to descend to Trnovacko Lake, where participants can enjoy the cooling waters and views of Volujak and Maglic. From the lake the group will hike back to Prijevor, and then be transferred back to the hotel in Tjentište.

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    5
    Tjentište - Sarajevo

    Transfer and return to Sarajevo and end the service.

Tour Code: WT-Sarajevo 02
10-Day Tour of Sarajevo - Bjelasnica Mountains - Krosnje - Mostar - Zljeb - Sutjeska National Park

Departure: Daily
  • Day
    1
    Arrive in Sarajevo

    Arrive in Sarajevo, capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

  • Day
    2
    Sarajevo - Bjelasnica Mountains

    Hike in the Bjelasnica Mountains (home of the 1984 Winter Olympics) and visit Lukomir, Bosnia and Herzegovina’s highest village (4,820).

  • Day
    3
    Bjelasnica Mountains - Krosnje

    Hike to the summit of Hranisava peak (6,444) for lovely views of central Bosnia and Herzegovina and its many peaks. Continue to Krosnje (4,970), a traditional summer settlement for shepherds traveling from as far away as Capljina in Herzegovina.

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    4
    Krosnje - Mostar

    Raft the easy Class II/III rapids of the Neretva River, the emerald “gem” of Bosnia and Herzegovina, enjoying its deep canyon walls, endemic flora and fauna, and wild and pristine ambiance. Continue to Mostar.

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    5
    Mostar - Zljeb

    Hike through ancient beech forests to Zljeb, with mighty peaks towering in every direction.

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    6
    Zljeb - Sutjeska National Park

    Explore Mostar, the former oriental trading center of Herzegovina, then head to Sutjeska National Park, visiting the traditional town of Blagaj along the way.

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    7
    Sutjeska National Park

    Hike to the summit of Planinica (5,814), which offers one of the best views of the Sutjeska Valley. Continue to Gornje Bare Lake, then hike up Ugljesin peak (6,096), with its panoramic vistas of peaks and lakes.

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    8
    Sutjeska National Park

    From Lokva Derneciste (5,469), hike through forest and open mountainous terrain to the summit of Maglic Mountain (7,828), Bosnia and Herzegovina’s highest peak.

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    9
    Sutjeska National Park - Sarajevo

    Return to Sarajevo.

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    10
    Exit Sarajevo

    Depart Sarajevo.