Mostar, the city where history and beauty converge. Embark on a one-day excursion to Mostar and discover its captivating blend of history, culture and natural beauty. Mostar is home to some of the most iconic landmarks of Bosnia and Herzegovina, including the Old Bridge, UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Koski Mehmed Pasha Mosque, and the Old Bazaar Kujundziluk. Rich cultural heritage is evident in the city’s architecture, cuisine, and traditions that will charm you on every step.
The minimum number of participants for this arrangement is 4. If you have a smaller group, feel free to contact us and we will make every effort to combine your reservation with another group of participants.
After accepting the guests at the agreed location, such as our agency Encijan in the city Foca or our camp in the very heart of the Tara canyon in the morning hours (recommended time between 9 h-10 h), the next is a transport to the destination.
When we mention Mostar, what is dominant is Old Bridge in this city. Rebuilt 16th-century Ottoman bridge in the city of Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina that crosses the river Neretva and connects the two parts of the city.Old Bridge diving is a traditional annual competition in diving organized every year in mid summer (end of July). This is our first station.
Biscevic House, Turkish House Museum with a courtyard, showcasing furnishings such as rugs, silver and ceramics. This hoes was built in 17th century in Ottomman time. For sure we won’t miss to visit it.
BlagagTekke is considered to be one of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s most holy and ancient sites. Also known as the Dervish Monastery, the tekija was built to host gatherings of the Sufi Brotherhood. The stunning half-timbered tekija rests beside the fast-flowing blue green Buna River, which spills out of a darkened cliff-cave.
We will launch at national restaurant in the heart of the Old Town of Mostar, and conjure up the ambience of our old culture and the tradition that is an integral part of the restaurant where you will enjoy in the tradtional specialties!
A short drive south of Mostar are the Kravice Falls, some amazing waterfalls near the small town of Kravice. The Kravice waterfall is roughly 25 meters high and separated into 20 falls, with the lake below being about 120 meters in radius. However, it is this small size of the fall that makes it so accessible, unlike most large waterfalls. The Kravice waterfalls are a serene natural site to behold, but there are also the added attractions of camping, swimming and even a small cafe for people to just sit, chat and enjoy the general beauty of the place.
After launch is transportation to Foca where the arrangement ends.