Discover the pristine beauty of the mountain-covered parts of Bosnia and Herzegovina and immerse yourself into the rich cultural heritage of the land which used to be a part of the Ottoman empire. Marvel at the mountains, roar through the canyons, take a dip in mountain rivers and lakes, visit authentic Bosnian villages and the country's largest cities — Mostar and Sarajevo.
We start and finish in Belgrade on our own bikes. After transiting through Serbia and brushing up our cornering skills on the paved local roads of Bosnia and Herzegovina, we get off the tarmac for the adventure that brings us there. Tackle mountain passes, powerslide through the hairpins and gaze at the stars on the shore of an alpine lake. To complete the first part of our tour we will visit Kravica waterfall and walk the cobbled streets of Mostar famous for its numerous minarets and a 500-year-old Ottoman bridge.
The second part of our Bosnian tour will be just as fun as we will go for a swim in the Neretva river, go on a tour of Tito's nuclear bunker, and ride to Lukomir village nestled on a slope of Rakitnica Canyon at over 1,300 m. This remote village with its unique houses made of stone and covered with wooden shingles looks straight out of The Witcher series!
As we motor towards Sarajevo along the roads that used to be heavily mined just until recently we will pass abandoned villages, wrecked bridges and other reminders of war. Once we get to the capital and change from off-road gear into something more comfortable, we will walk on the bridge where Archduke Franz Ferdinand was shot and buy souvenirs in Baščaršija, the old town market which dates back to the 15th century.