The rich Balkan culture, the intriguing history and the outrageous landscapes are not only the reasons why Bosnia is growing as a must-destination, it has also got an additional flavor to it. Guess what? ADVENTURE – a nine letter word that can drive any human crazy.
This Balkan country has been blessed with clear rivers, untouched beauty, rolling hills, dense forests and bumpy mountains. It’s a perfect setting for outdoor activities. Find out more about your Bosnia Tours and discover all that has been hidden. Here are the activities you can do in this country.
There are many Bosnia holiday packages available, some of may or may not include adventure tours. But, you can always get it customized it for yourself.
WHITE WATER RAFTING
Bosnia has a variety of options while having different rivers making it a paradise for activities like white water rafting that is extremely popular among the visitors/tourists or locals. Whether you want a short ride on a calm river or a long ride in a wilder river, Bosnia has everything best about rafting. For adrenaline junkies like us, can truly feel the excitement of the power of the rushing water. The Una River has been an ultimate choice, which is a border between Bosnia and Croatia. This river will surely take your breath away and no matter how used to you are to natural beauty. It has crystal clear green waters that is surrounded by dense forests. The Una River also has an 18m high waterfall known as Strbacki Buk Waterfall which is one of the highest in Europe. The flow of the water in this river is quite strong which is why it is an ideal choice for river rafting at any time of the year.
If you’re looking for something calmer, then check out the Neretva River that offers a peaceful ride including some cultural sightseeing.
With cold and snowy winters, the mountains that surround this beautiful country make it appealing for skiing and various winter activities like snowboarding. And what’s the best part about participating in these winter sports? They are much cheaper than the rest of the European countries. The slopes on the mountains make it suitable for skiers of all levels and the resorts surrounding the slopes offer all required facilities from rental ski equipment to ski shops and cafes.
The best place to experience these winter sports is on the Mountain of Joharina, which also hosted the Women’s alpine skiing event in the 1984 Winter Olympics. The Joharina Peak is the second tallest of the Sarajevo Mountain Ranges.
Trekking or hiking through the mountains of Bosnia is an inspiring experience and an opportunity to take in the breath-taking nature. Imagine a scenario of walking within the wild and getting mesmerized by the diversity of the variouslandscapes in Bosnia. From hills to rugged terrains along with valleys and canyons.
Whether it’s an adventurous and challenging mountain trek to witness a stunning view or just a peaceful walk accompanied by beautiful waterfalls and greenery, Bosnia is surely a place to be and to be missed out on.