Outdoor Activities

Ciro Bike Trail | Ćiro biciklističke staze

Explore the beauty of Bosnia and Herzegovina on the historic ĆIRO Bike Trail, tracing the old railway from Mostar to Dubrovnik. Admire remnants of the railway, tunnels, and bridges while enjoying stunning landscapes. Cycle through southern Herzegovina, discovering rich culture and warm hospitality. Experience the Herzegovina Wine Route along the way, with Bike Friendly facilities for support.

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Dayak on the river Vrbas | Dajak na rijeci Vrbas | Banja Luka

Experience a dajak boat ride along the scenic Vrbas River banks, uncovering the city’s hidden gem. Originating from the Turkish word for pole, dajak boats offer a unique maneuvering experience through shallow waters. Notably propelled by the pole, it’s more accurate to say “riding in a dajak boat” than “riding a dajak.” Explore Banja Luka’s history as you glide in a dajak boat. Book your adventure with the dajak Club for an exclusive journey amidst lush greenery.
Tip: Beat the heat with evening rides for a cooler ambiance.

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Fortica | Mostar

Nestled atop Fortica hill at 500 meters, Fortica Sports and Adventure Park offers thrilling activities amidst stunning Mostar views. Zip line enthusiasts can enjoy Bosnia and Herzegovina’s longest ride, while climbers can conquer rugged terrain via Ferrata. Hikers and bikers explore scenic trails, with a mountain hut providing cozy accommodation for up to 12 guests. It’s more than a viewpoint; it’s an adventure haven!

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Canyoning on the Rakitnica River | kanjoing na rijeci Rakitnici

Embark on thrilling canyoning excursions along the Rakitnica River, emerging from Mount Treskavica’s heights at 1520 meters. Spanning 32 kilometers, its rugged valley carves between the Bjelašnica and Visočica mountains, adorned with lush willow groves. Geologically aged at 10 million years, it ranks among Europe’s deepest canyons. Experience the allure of Rakitnica’s wilderness through diving, swimming, hiking, and more, revealing unique flora and fauna. Join curated canyoning tours for an unforgettable adventure, whether you revel in diving, swimming, hiking, rappelling, climbing, or cliff jumping, offering a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in untouched nature.

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Igman Mountain | Planina Igman

Discover Igman Mountain, Sarajevo’s green lungs with a peak at 1647 meters. Boasting dense forests and diverse wildlife, it’s a natural habitat for bears, foxes, and more. Thrill-seekers can enjoy hiking, biking, and winter sports. Igman played a role in the 14th Winter Olympics 1984, and its ski jump today hosts challenging events like Red Bull 400. With historical significance from World War II to the ’90s aggression, Igman stands as a witness to the past. Experience extreme temperatures and panoramic views, offering something for everyone near Sarajevo.

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Vranica Mountain | Planina Vranica

Vranica, a captivating mountain in Bosnia and Herzegovina, is a geological marvel split by several rivers and dotted with dome-shaped peaks covered in vegetation. At its lower elevations, you can find fields, meadows, farming villages, and forests, while its higher levels are home to alpine pastures. The highest peak, Nadkrstac, soars to 2112 meters. Rich in flora and fauna, offering adventurous treks to multiple peaks and the breathtaking Ždrimački Waterfall, Vranica is a paradise for hikers.

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Visocica Mountain | Planina Visočica

Visočica Mountain, a hidden wonder in the heart of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is adorned with a unique sloping plateau, beautiful water sources, and towering peaks. The mountain features geological traces of glaciation, attractive high-altitude villages reflecting traditional Bosnian life, a historical site with medieval tombstones, and adventurous climbing opportunities. The Zoran Simic Shelter offers a stunning architectural respite on the famous multi-nation Via Dinarica hiking route, enhancing the tourism experience.

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Jahorina Mountain | Planina Jahorina

Jahorina Mountain, situated near Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts, offering activities year-round. Known for hosting 1984 Winter Olympic events, Jahorina is a prominent skiing destination with meticulously maintained trails for all skill levels. Accommodations like cozy cabins are available right within the location’s captivating landscapes. Jahorina is around 30 kilometers from Sarajevo, making it easily accessible.

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