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Medjugorje Travel Guide

Posted on | June 21, 2010 | Comments Off on Medjugorje Travel Guide

Article by Alisa Lovic

Nestling among the mountains between Croatia and Mostar is the tiny town Medjugorje. It’s the 2nd most heavy place of pilgrimage for Catholics.Medjugorje literally means ‘between the hills ‘. On your travels to Medjugorje be sure to book Medjugorje accommodation from our range of hotels in the center of city!

Medjugorje homes the most holy shrine in Bosnia and Herzegovina, for it is here that 6 teenage children saw visions of Virgin Mary in 1981. The apparitions are meant to have appeared first on a hill, way above a village called Bijakovo in Podbrdo. This hill, called the Apparition Hill, is the destination of millions of devout Catholics.

Mostar Half Day Tour

The city where the North meets the South and the West meets the East, Mostar is a town of poetry, stone and narrow streets– a place where the traveller from the North feels the first dashes of Mediterranean air. A phenomenal city due to its dwellings and monuments, we steer you thru these sites for this half-day of culture and history.The tour’s town sights include :-The Franciscan Church of St. Peter and Paul-A lovely stone Bridge-The Old Bazaar-The Turkish House-One of many old Mosques

After the steered tour of the city you will have some free-time for walking around, perusing among many old craft shops or having lunch in one of the picturesque local restaurants.

Herzegovina Wine Tour

Bosnia and Herzegovina inherit the culture of wine growing and producing from the Illyrian period. The Thracians were the first ones to bring the grapevine seeds to the Balkans and the inhabitants successfully mastered the talents of growing this precious plant, as well as the skills of vine production.Your tour is includes : transport, guide service, wine tasting and a light lunch.

Herzegovina wine road I passes thru following locations :

-Plantations in Blizanci- Adria cellars Paoca with wine tasting- Fr Didak Buntic gallery-Wine Museum in Gradnici- Herzegovina Product winery with lunch in a pub.

Kravice Waterfalls Half Day Tour

With waterfalls stretching over 100m across and tumbling down 25m, Kravica is one of the biggest waterfalls in Herzegovina and actually the most electrifying. The waterfalls have a natural pool dug out at the base of the falls by the consistent rush of water.As a favorite local swimming hole with picnic area, caf and even a place to pitch a tent, the most suitable time of year for visiting is in the springtime when the waterfall is at its fullest and the arid landscape turns a bright green. Duration : 5 hours

Photo Safari

It is home to over 240 sorts of migratory birds, freshwater fish, wild duck, geese, coots, hawks, herons, pheasants, wild wild pig, wild horses and a monumental colourful plant world. All this in an area of approximately seven hundred hectares.on arrival, we start on a boat trip by canal to Derensko Lake. After a sightseeing tour of the national Park by an english speaking pro biologist guide, lunch is served at the “Karaotok” restaurant. We then return to Medjugorje with en-route stop at the historical town of Po269;itelj, built under the fortress in an oriental style.Your tour includes : transport, guide service, lunch and boat ride

Neretva Rafting adventure

This is one of the most enthralling adventure excursions available for visitors!Join us on a trip in the deepness of the Neretva ravine to experience the great thing about untouched nature.Your tour is including : transport and guide service.We embark 5 kilometres down from Boracko Lake. Lunch is taken at a picturesque shed at Banvir. A range of home-cooked specialties including fish from the Neretva stream and a selection of grilled meat will be served. You are accompanied by the experienced rafters who guarantee your safety in the rapid descent of this very beautiful green stream. After five hours of rafting, we arrive at the town of Dzajice, where you will be driven back by bus to Banvir.

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