Our most recommended things to do in Jablanica

Neretva kayak safari

1. Neretva kayak safari

What adorns our kayak tour is the environment in which our guests row a kayak. Surrounded by the peaks of Prenj and Čvrsnica, the rocky canyon above the Neretva looks incredible. On this tour You paddle kayak without guide. The reason is beacuse in this area is created small lake Grabovica (the dam is 6 kilometers from our location). It makes it perfect safe tour through the Neretva canyon. Kayaks are 2 adults + 1 kids seat, capacity 220 kg. At the end of the tour is beautiful beach great for swiming,picnic and exploring untouched area. You need 1.5 hours from our start point to beach. Also You come back the same way paddling through the canyon from the beach to our start location. It means that you need 3 hours or less paddling for full day enjoying on kayak and paddling. We open at 10:00 am You will swim in ice cold Neretva river, you will see some of the best landscapes in Bosnia and Herzegovina like mountain Prenj and Cvrsnica, canyon of Neretva river. Jump from rocks where are Red Bull clif divers had jumped. You can eat famous Jablanica's lamb, drink spring water while you are paddling through canyon of Neretva river. At our starting location, you can camp in Your tent.

From Sarajevo: Guided Day Trip to Mostar and Herzegovina

2. From Sarajevo: Guided Day Trip to Mostar and Herzegovina

Visit the heartland of Herzegovina on a full-day trip with a local guide. Explore popular locations and learn about the history and traditions of the region. From Sarajevo, your first stop is Konjic, a small town known as the gateway into Herzegovina. Visit the old town and pass by the Ottoman Bridge, which will lead you to your next destination, Jablanica. There, marvel the man-made lake of Jablanicko Jazero and learn about the Neretva Battle from World War II. Then, head over to the stunning uphill town of Pocitelj, which had a strategic fort during the Ottoman period. Afterwards, discover Blagaj and have the opportunity to spiritually enlighten yourself with the presence of the mystic dervish orders that Herzegovina is famous for. The mineral-enriched Buna river also awaits you. Finally, arrive at the town of Mostar, known as the gem of Herzegovina. Admire its famous UNESCO-protected bridge, the Stari Most, and then have the chance to bargain with local vendors at the old market. Throughout your journey, you can also see the emerald green river of Neretva, which prides itself as the coldest river on the planet.

UNESCO World heritage site: Mostar and amazing Herzegovina

3. UNESCO World heritage site: Mostar and amazing Herzegovina

The idyllic green oasis of the Neretva River canyon makes this one of the most beautiful spots in Europe, the perfect place to emerge yourself in sunny Herzegovina and feel the Mediterranean air the way Bosnians do. This full-day excursion will take you first to Mostar, world famous for its Old Bridge, its alleys and shops bathed with sunshine, scents and the Neretva river. Enjoy its special architecture and unique charm. Move on from Mostar to see Blagaj, a small Ottoman medieval town in Herzegovina, home to stunning nature and the imposing spring of river Buna, the biggest well of water in the country. Discover the Tekki, one of the sacred places for all Muslims in Bosnia. Finish off your tour with a visit to Pocitelj, the caretaker of this region and a pearl of Herzegovina.

From Sarajevo: Herzegovina Day Trip

4. From Sarajevo: Herzegovina Day Trip

Herzegovina is a geographical region in southern part of the country, well known for the many sites declared ad nature parks, national monuments of Bosnia and Herzegovina and unesco world heritage sites. On this tour we will visit four gems in Herzegovina enriched by miscellaneous history, culture and exceptional nature. - Our first stop is Kravice waterfall on Trebižat River, the natural paradise in Herzegovina. The waterfall height is around 26 m, with a water amphitheater under the waterfall. This site is popular due its untouched nature, relaxing environment, and therefore is a perfect place for a picnic and swimming. - We proceed with our tour, and we stop by the medieval town Počitelj, probably the most picturesque place in the country, which had an important geostrategic role in the period from 13th to 17th century. The town is one of the few urban ensembles that have remained preserved to the present times. Počitelj’s layout puts it into the group of Ottoman-Mediterranean types of small settlements. - The next stop is Vrelo Bune (Buna river spring) near Blagaj. It is an oasis, best known for the spring of the Buna River located inside the cave. Right next to the cave is the Dervish tekke, a Sufi spiritual retreat built in the Ottoman period. Enchanting nature, soothing river and historical heritage are the reasons why this is one of the most visited site in Herzegovina. - Our final stop is Mostar, a cultural and historical center of the region, named after the bridge keepers who guarded the Stari Most (Old Bridge) in the medieval times. By far the most famous landmark of the city and permanent symbol of Herzegovina is the Old Bridge, a unesco World Heritage Site, which connects two different parts of the city. After a day of exploring one of the most beautiful areas of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Balkan regions, we will return to Sarajevo, where we started our journey.

From Sarajevo to Mostar and Herzegovina 4 cities

5. From Sarajevo to Mostar and Herzegovina 4 cities

It is impossible not to include Herzegovina as an essential part of every visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as, to other countries of former Yugoslavia. Sightseeing tour of Herzegovina includes visits to Konjic, Mostar, Počitelj, waterfall Kravice (optional part) and Blagaj. We will set off from Sarajevo at 8 a.m. First stop takes place in Konjic. This beautiful, little city, adorned by river Neretva and its amazing bridge, is always an excellent choice for a short break, breakfast and coffee. After that, our tour continues through Jablanica, all the way to Mostar, which we will skip for now and pay it a proper visit on our way back from following destination - Počitelj. You can also enjoy the sight of the famous fortress of Počitelj before we return to Mostar, where we will spend the most of our time. You will have an opportunity to learn about historical backgound, visit the Old Bridge and the old part of Mostar. Our final stop for the day will be Blagaj. Even though, this place is renowned for the famous Dervish House, still the river Buna and surrounding landscapes make it a must see place during your stay in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Kayak & sup safari Neretva Jablanica

6. Kayak & sup safari Neretva Jablanica

Kayak or sup safari on the beautiful lake/river Neretva. Explore the nature, go fishing, swimming in clean river Neretva or go camping in Grabovica bay where you will find a peaceful beach with cool clean springs and where you can observe schools of fish. Go upstream to the falen bridge in Jablanica where was the big fight in WW2, this route is only for experienced ones, with full safety equipment. All year adventure is granted with neoprene swimming suits. Enjoy your time in Jablanica Bosnia & Herzegovina!

Balkan Grandeur: Luxurious All-Inclusive Tour of 6 Countries

7. Balkan Grandeur: Luxurious All-Inclusive Tour of 6 Countries

**Discover the Balkans: A Journey Through 6 Countries and 22 Captivating Cities** Welcome to an extraordinary adventure that spans six countries and encompasses the magic of 22 captivating cities. This is your invitation to uncover the heart and soul of the Balkans, a region where history, culture, and natural beauty converge to create an unforgettable tapestry of experiences. Your journey commences in Skopje, the capital of Macedonia, where the old and the new blend seamlessly. Wander through Macedonia Square, a vibrant centerpiece surrounded by modern marvels and historic landmarks. As you explore the cobbled streets of the Old Bazaar, you'll step back in time to the Ottoman Empire, encountering gems like the Mustafa Pasha Mosque, a testament to exquisite Ottoman-era architecture. Moving onward, you'll discover the serene Vardar River, a tranquil companion on your journey through Skopje. Continue your exploration, encountering more architectural wonders like the Murat Pasa Mosque and the Yahya Pasha Mosque, all contributing to the rich cultural heritage of the city. Your adventure then takes you to Lake Ohrid, a natural wonder straddling Macedonia and Albania. With its pristine waters and unique ecosystem, it's a Unesco World Heritage Site and a paradise for nature lovers. In Albania's capital, Tirana, the Skenderbeg Square pays homage to the national hero, while the Ethem Bey Mosque invites you to admire its Ottoman-inspired beauty. As you journey on, you'll encounter Skadar National Park's breathtaking beauty, explore the legendary Rozafa Castle, and delight in a tranquil boat ride on the stunning Skadar Lake. Podgorica, Montenegro's dynamic capital, offers a mix of history and modernity. Wander through its picturesque streets and squares, discovering the city's cultural heritage. The Adriatic coast beckons, and you'll answer its call in Budva, Kotor, Perast, and Dubrovnik. Explore Sveti Stefan, wander the charming Old City of Kotor, and embark on a boat cruise to Our Lady of the Rocks. Sarajevo, with its iconic Stari Most (Old Bridge), Jablanica's Museum Battle of Neretva, and Konjic's Old Bridge, will captivate your heart and spirit. As you venture deeper into Bosnia, explore Travnik's royal history, marvel at Jajce's Waterfall and Pliva Lakes, and stand in awe of Plitvice Lakes' natural splendor. Bled, Slovenia, offers its medieval castle and the pilgrimage to St. Mary's Church on Lake Bled's island. Ljubljana charms with its Triple Bridge, Dragon Bridge, and the captivating Ljubljana Cathedral. Zagreb, Croatia's capital, beckons with its cathedral, main square, and St. Mark's Church. This immersive journey concludes, leaving you with cherished experiences and memories of the Balkans' beauty and magic. With luxurious 4-star hotel accommodations, private transportation, guided tours, and new air-conditioned vehicles, this all-inclusive tour ensures your comfort and enjoyment every step of the way.

From Sarajevo: Herzegovina Private Guided Day Trip

8. From Sarajevo: Herzegovina Private Guided Day Trip

Embark on a breathtaking journey to Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina on this private guided tour from Sarajevo. Visit Mostar, marvel at the beautiful architecture, and see Dervish Monastery and the Kravica Waterfall. Start your trip with a convenient pick-up from your accommodation in Sarajevo. Marvel at the scenic views and enjoy the ride. Pass through Konjic and stop at the magnificent Kravica waterfall. Ensure you have your camera with you as you will want to capture many photos of epic views. Next, you will visit Jablanica, where you will see the old train bridge, part of the Memorial of the Battle on the Neretva dedicated to the famous World War II battle. Continue to visit Mostar and be prepared to be enchanted by its warm climate, extraordinary history, and unique beauty. See the Old Town, where the iconic Old Bridge awaits, and listen, and your guide tells you all about the history and culture. Immerse yourself in the legends and stories surrounding this remarkable example of 16th-century Ottoman architecture. Visit the local gallery, where you will see a short video recounting the bridge's destruction in 1993, a poignant reminder of the city's resilience. Enjoy some free time to grab lunch at one of Mostar's local restaurants or venture to Blagaj; the choice is yours.  Pass by Blagaj or visit there instead of lunch and discover this charming village nestled at the source of the crystal-clear river Buna, flowing gracefully from the majestic 200m high mountain cliffs. Prepare to be captivated by the authentic Ottoman town of Počitelj, an open-air museum showcasing unique architecture and a mesmerizing location that will surely ignite your imagination. Finish your day by refreshingly swimming in the Kravica Falls in crystal-clear waters and immersing yourself in nature's tranquility before being safely dropped off at your hotel.

Hajdučka vrata(Outlaw's door): Escape Reality Through Nature

9. Hajdučka vrata(Outlaw's door): Escape Reality Through Nature

Hajdučka vrata, nestled within the rugged expanse of Čvrsnica in Bosnia and Herzegovina, is a natural marvel that beckons adventurers and nature enthusiasts alike. This geological wonder is a narrow, steep-sided passageway, flanked by towering limestone cliffs, creating a dramatic gateway in the heart of the mountain. Legend has it that Hajdučka vrata derived its name from the brave outlaws who sought refuge in this strategic location, using its natural defenses to evade capture. As you traverse through this awe-inspiring formation, you'll be greeted by panoramic vistas of the surrounding terrain—endless forests, pristine streams, and the majestic peaks of Čvrsnica. For those drawn to the outdoors, Hajdučka vrata offers a wealth of opportunities, from exhilarating hikes to challenging rock climbs. The area's biodiversity is equally captivating, housing a diverse range of plant and animal species. Hajdučka vrata not only stands as a testament to the geological wonders of Čvrsnica but also holds a special place in the local folklore. It embodies the untamed spirit of this mountainous region, weaving together natural splendor with rich cultural heritage. For visitors, it's an invitation to explore and connect with the wild beauty that defines this part of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Discover the Treasures of Bosnia: A Cultural Odyssey

10. Discover the Treasures of Bosnia: A Cultural Odyssey

Embark on a captivating tour of Bosnia and Herzegovina's cultural gems. Upon arrival, our friendly driver will ensure a comfortable transfer to your 4-star hotel, providing you with complimentary refreshments and internet access. Settle in and get ready for an unforgettable stay in Sarajevo. Start your adventure by exploring Sarajevo's enchanting Old Town. Lose yourself in its cobblestone streets, filled with traditional shops, inviting cafes, and mouthwatering restaurants. Don't miss the iconic Sarajevo cevapi, a local culinary delight. Visit Baščaršija, the heart of the city, and marvel at the majestic Gazi Husrev Bey Mosque, a significant Islamic landmark. On the second day, join a guided walking tour of Sarajevo's cultural and historical center. Discover the unique blend of Eastern and Western influences as you visit sites like the Old Town, National and University Library, Brusa Bezistan Sarajevo City Museum, and Kazandžiluk Street. Take a breathtaking ride on the Sarajevo Cable Car for panoramic city views. Explore the Tunnel of Hope, Roses of Sarajevo, and The Yellow Fortress, witnessing the city's resilience and paying tribute to its history. Depart from Sarajevo for a scenic drive through Bjelašnica's captivating mountain range. Marvel at the panoramic views and enjoy the rugged charm of the landscape. Visit Umoljani village, where you'll uncover its rich history and admire its historic mosque. Indulge in a delectable homemade lunch, savoring authentic Bosnian cuisine. Reflect on the memories as you return to Sarajevo. Experience the natural wonders of Bijambare Cave, exploring its magnificent formations and marveling at nature's artistry. Continue to Vrelo Bosne park, immersing yourself in its serene ambiance and taking an optional horse carriage ride through the enchanting oak alley. Journey to Travnik, a city with a storied past and captivating architecture. Admire the surrounding landscapes and explore the city's historical buildings. Then, venture to Jajce, known for its natural beauty and historical significance. Visit the Jajce Fortress and soak in the town's charm. In Konjic, marvel at the old bridge spanning the Neretva River, and visit the Museum of the Wounded in Jablanica. Discover Mostar's Stari Most, the iconic Old Bridge, and explore the Blagaj Tekke in the idyllic village of Blagaj. Indulge in a mountain retreat on Bjelasnica mountain, enjoying a feast of home-cooked specialties amidst the serene beauty. Relax, unwind, and savor the moment. As your tour comes to an end, bid farewell to Bosnia and Herzegovina, taking with you cherished memories of its rich history, cultural influences, and the unique blend of Western and Eastern charms.

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