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Try a host of different activities in glorious Turkish surroundings.
This is a small group adult holiday. The group is usually between 4 and 16 in size, with an average of 12 like-minded clients booking individually, in a couple or as friends together.
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A fantastic trip! I really liked the combination of several days walking alongside the opportunity to take in some culture too (Sarajevo is an amazing city). Bosnia and Herzegovina is a really beautiful country and my advice would be to go now before it is spoiled by mass tourism.
It was interesting and moving to learn about and see evidence from the recent Balkan war and hear our guides talk about their experiences during this time. I enjoyed the scenic views of glacial lakes but due to poor weather conditions and terrain reaching the top of Maglic Mountain (Bosnia's highest peak) was not possible. Since I went for the challenge of such an opportunity this was disappointing. Rafting down the Neretva river.
Our group leaders were good. They were extremely knowledgeable about their country and provided a very balanced view of its recent history. Well organised, happy to answer questions and their health and safety considerations were very good.
Be well prepared for wet weather. Gaiters were a great investment. It is worth considering adding a couple of days before or after the trip to see a bit more of this beautiful city. It is worth considering adding a couple of days before or after the trip to see a bit more of Dubrovnik- I visited the city walls as well as taking the boat across to Lokrum island. It is also worth taking a ferry boat ride to the island of Lupad. I organised a day trip to Montenegro- visits to the Bay of Kotor for wonderful scenery and a good climb along the city walls of Kotor up to the fort is good if you like a challenge but be prepared to race down in time for the pick up time. Budva for wonderful beaches definitely worth visiting again for a longer stay.
I would recommend this trip if you like exploring unspoilt places.
A brilliant holiday that surprassed my expectations. bosnia is a hidden gem, with amazing mountain scenery, beautiful towns and cities and some fascinating recent history. seeing different faiths and their shared existence was particularly interesting
Loved th Maglic Mountain Hike, walking around Mostar at sunset
Samir was a gem - one of the best leaders I've ever had. Charming, thoughtful and most importantly a great ambassador and teacher abotu his country and its history
bring some bug spray
bring shoes/sandals for white water rafting
A tour of Bosnia. The countryside is stunning and the cities fascinating.
The walk through the gorge near Sarajevo. the flowers were amazing, the views great and the lunch at the end in the village was really good.
Lorenc was really good. He was very interesting on local history and everything was really well organised.
we were a bit unlucky with the weather as it rained a lot at the start and the first two days' walking was shortened.
This trek includes 6 day walks through moderate to difficult terrain, where you will need to carry a day backpack. We usually walk between 4 and 8 hours a day, with a picnic lunch taken on the way. The trails are almost always not well maintained and not well marked. The paths are often rough and stony underfoot. The day walks involve steady ascents and descents (maximum 1000 metres). The walk on day 4 will be long
and arduous. There are steep, long drops on sections of this trip, as well as paths that traverse along ridge lines, therefore it is not recommended for clients who suffer from vertigo.
Diane Knight - Sales
No, if you hold an EU passport, you do not need any visa to travel. If you hold a non EU passport, please check with your nearest embassy.
Danuta Janik - Customer Operations
Sterling cash is best, and just change it locally when you arrive. You can arrange some local currency in advance but there is really no need and no advantage in doing so. ATMs are widely available as well, in case you need to top up towards the end of the trip!
Danuta Janik - Customer Operations
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