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Climb via ferrata with SPK Blagaj

What is via ferrata? Why climb via ferrata in Bosnia and Herzegovina and where to go? I've been to Blagaj and Mostar with Blagaj Climbing Club and had the best time. Check out why I recommend going there and enjoy some cool photos.

Clock Tower, Počitelj, BiH

Picturesque stone town of Počitelj

Built on the slopes of the hill above the powerful Neretva River, just 30 km south of Mostar lies the medieval stone town of Počitelj. It is a perfect day trip from Mostar or Sarajevo or, a stop on your way to the coast.

Balinese masked for Nyepi

Balinese New Year

Imagine a bustling Asian island numbering almost 5 million people fall totally silent for a day. All shops are closed, beach is deserted, there are no cars, motorbikes or people on the road and no light or candle is lit in any home.

Borobudur Temple at night

Borobudur – Spiritual Highlight of Indonesia

The world’s largest Buddhist monument At the centre of the island of Java, Indonesia, close to yet another active volcano (Mt. Merapi) lies the Borobudur Temple, one of the greatest Buddhist monuments in the world. Next to Angkor Wat in Cambodia and Bagan in Myanmar it is one of the places you don’t want to miss when traveling Southeast Asia. Borobudur...

Village under the shadow of a volcano

Find out about the unusual village of Cemoro Lawang which sits next to a still active volcano, its unique Tengger community and their interesting and ancient beliefs and rituals.

Umoljani village Bosnia

Umoljani – Village of a Mythic Dragon

Umoljani is another interesting and attractive highland village in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It's lush surroundings, breathtaking hikes, mysterious medieval tombstones and dragon legends invite travelers from around the globe to experience its magic.

Bjelasnica road, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Take the most scenic road in BiH

Probably the most scenic road in all of BiH would be the mountain road meandering the breathtaking landscapes of Bjelašnica and Visočica Mountains and connecting continental Bosnia with Mediterranean Herzegovina. You can drive all the way from Sarajevo to Konjic through some truly picturesque mountain landscapes and have a glimpse at its well preserved mountain...