Its dramatic mountain countryside, cobbled streets, age-old cultures, minarets and temples entice you to turn another corner and keep exploring. Get back to nature, step back in time or back up onto the dance floor to party the night away with Sarajevo’s young and beautiful.
Book before 9 August and start looking forward to an adventurous new year.
Tipping 5-10% in bars and restaurants is expected.
Internet access is readily available in most towns.
Mobile phone coverage is fairly good in most areas. Ensure you have global roaming activated with your carrier if you wish to use your phone.
Western-style, flushable toilets are the norm throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Bottle of soft drink = 1.2 KM
Cup of coffee in a cafe = 2 KM
Beer in a bar or restaurant = 2.5 KM
Simple lunch = 6 KM
Dinner in an inexpensive restaurant = 10 KM
Tap water is considered safe to drink in Bosnia and Herzegovina; however, due to the different mineral content, some people may get stomach upsets from drinking the water if they aren't used to it. A better option is to find filtered water rather than rely on bottled water.
Credit cards are commonly accepted throughout Sarajevo but options may be more limited outside the city.
ATMs are becoming more common throughout the country, however it’s advisable to carry a supply of cash just in case.
Absolutely. All passengers travelling with Intrepid are required to purchase travel insurance before the start of your trip. Your travel insurance details will be recorded by your leader on the first day of the trip. Due to the varying nature, availability and cost of health care around the world, travel insurance is very much an essential and necessary part of every journey.
For more information on insurance, please go to: Travel Insurance
Please note these dates are for 2017. For a current list of public holidays in Bosnia & Herzegovina go to: http://www.worldtravelguide.net/bosnia-and-herzegovina/public-holidays
Intrepid is committed to travelling in a way that is respectful of local people, their culture, local economies and the environment. It's important to remember that what may be acceptable behaviour, dress and language in your own country, may not be appropriate in another. Please keep this in mind while travelling.
In Bosnia, we stay in locally run accommodation including guesthouses, smaller-scale hotels and homestays in an effort to support the local economies. We also visit locally-run restaurants and markets where travellers will have opportunities to support local businesses and purchase handicrafts created by local artisans.