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2D1N Sarajevo ⇄ Dubrovnik Tour via Mostar & Herzegovina (Herzegovina Journey)

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  • 3* (Sarajevo > Dubrovnik)3* Hotel Hana Mostar
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1 night in Mostar (handpicked 3*, 4* and 5* hotels or, choose your own Mostar accommodation instead)


All transfers with brand new 9 seater Opel Vivaro or Mercedes Vito minivans


1 breakfast, 1 wine tasting with snacks or, alternatively lunch


11 included


Professional tour guide, and usually separate driver for maximum comfort and safety

2 Days
Availability : Jan-Dec
Min Age : 0+
Max People : 8
Tour Overview

Travelling between Sarajevo and Dubrovnik and staying for one night in Mostar, combined with in-depth explorations of Herzegovina region, is by far the only way of maximising your Bosnian and Herzegovinian holiday break.

Visiting Konjic and Jablanica and learning about Tito’s Nuclear Bunker and the most famous Yugoslavian WW2 battle, Battle on Neretva , is great introduction to the first day (when we follow the tour itinerary from Sarajevo to Dubrovnik).

In the afternoon, have a lunch at Blagaj and explore Blagaj Dervish house and Buna river spring, before finishing a day with Mostar walking tour. Visit the region the Old Bridge, with overnight in your amazing hotel in Mostar.

Getting to experience Mostar in the evenings, when all the crowds are gone, when you have city all for yourself, is only true way of experiencing Mostar.

In the morning, after free time in Mostar, Herzegovina Journey continues.

Visit Počitelj as most preserved Ottoman town in Bosnia and Herzegovina, before we taste the finest Herzegovinian wines* in region of Čitluk. *Wine tasting can be replaced with local lunch as alternative.

Later, explore the greatest Catholic pilgrimage site in this part of the Europe, before we admire or swim at Kravice waterfalls. At the end of the day, visit Radimlja Necropolis Unesco site, walk the amazing wind cave – Vjetrenica cave, and be in Dubrovnik* in the later afternoon of the 2nd day. *Alternatively tour can finish (or start) in Kotor or Split.

This is a connecting door to door 2day tour which is covering the most amazing destinations in Herzegovina with overnight in Mostar. You can start either in Sarajevo and end in Dubrovnik/Kotor/Split or the other way around. Regardless of your start/end destination, we always do the full itinerary.

Departure & Return Location

This is door to door connecting tour, meaning we pick you up with your luggage, and drop you off at your address.

Departure Time

Daily at 8 AM from Sarajevo and Dubrovnik


  • Hotel in Mostar 1 nightChoose via Booking Form: 3*, 4* or 5*
  • Experienced Tour Guide and DriverWe constantly chase excellence
  • All Transportation in 8 seater AC vansOpel Vivaro or Mercedes Vito vans
  • Free Pickup & Drop Off (Door to Door)This is door to door transfer, so free pickup and drop off is standard procedure
  • Maximum Group Size 8 PersonsWe prefer small groups and high value personal experiences
  • Group Discounts & Seasonal PricingNavigate through our Booking Form by entering date and number of persons to get the exact quote
  • Free Cancellation24hr prior - No charge
  • All Entrance Fees Tito's Bunker, Buna Dervish House, Kravice Waterfalls, Čitluk Wine Tasting, Vjetrenica Cave and Mostar Museum
  • Child / Infant SeatsAvailable on request, but with limited availability


  • Lunch and other Food ExpensesTypical costs for great lunch are 8-10 EUR per person
  • TippingDependable on guest choice and satisfaction - Not expected
  • Private TourAll tours are shared, unless specifically agreed as a private in advance

Accommodation in Mostar

Suggested accommodation in Mostar. If you book your own accommodation, we shall deduct the costs from the total package price. Subject to availability.
  • Available Options3* Hotel Hana
    4* Hotel Eden
    5* Hotel Mepas

Cancellation Policy

  • 24h Prior - No Charge
Sarajevo > Konjic > Jablanica > Blagaj > Mostar
Stop 1
Explore Konjic Old Bridge and old town
Stop 2
Tito's Bunker
Explore the wonder of Yugoslavian military architecture - Tito's Nuclear Bunker
Stop 3
Learn the greatest WW2 story on Yugoslavian soil - Battle on Neretva
Stop 4
Blagaj and Buna River Spring
Admire the 2nd largest river spring in Europe and learn about Dervish mysticism at Buna Dervish house.

Depending on the tour pace, lunch break is planned either in Blagaj or in Jablanica.
Stop 5
Hotel check-in and Mostar walking tour. Free time in the evening.
Mostar > Počitelj > Kravice Waterfalls > Medjugorje (with Čitluk wine tasting) > Radimlja UNESCO Necropolis > Vjetrnica Cave > Dubrovnik
Stop 6
Explore the pearl of Ottoman-mediterranean architecture
Stop 7
Kravice Waterfalls
Take a swim at Herzegovinian most beautiful waterfalls
Stop 8
Medjugorje (Catholic Pilgrimage)
Visit Medjugorje (Apparition Hill), visit to local Ćitluk winery (wine & food tasting) - Alternatively to wine tasting, local lunch
Stop 9
Visit Radimlja Necropolis (UNESCO)
Learn more about medieval Bosnian Kingdom and Duke's land of Herzegovina
Stop 10
Vjetrenica Cave
Explore the Europe's most biodiverse cave with afternoon arrival to Dubrovnik
Stop 11
Later afternoon arrival to Dubrovnik and drop-off at your address.
What to Expect
DAY 1: Sarajevo > Konjic > Jablanica > Blagaj > Mostar

Morning ride will take us through interesting suburbs of Sarajevo and areas of central Bosnia until we pass Ivan mountain and enter Herzegovina region. As soon as in Herzegovina, we’ll start descending, as region of Herzegovina is generally on lower altitudes and is totally different climate, so you’ll notice dramatic natural environment change.

STOP 1: Konjic (30min)

First stop of the day is visit to old part of Konjic town. Unique, prehistorically inhabited, famous for 17th century 6-arch Old Bridge, looming over turquoise Neretva river, usually very sunny place, is day’s perfect start. Standing at WW2’s last day, during the Nazi withdrawal, destroyed bridge, we learn the story of the “monument to human stupidity”, mystery of Tito’s Bunker, famousness of white water rafting at upper Neretva region and glacier Boracko Lake, and few other stories before we visit Tito’s Bunker.

Konjic Old Bridge with Green Neretva River and Old Town of Konjic
Konjic Old Bridge
STOP 2: Tito’s Bunker (1.30h)

In the early 1950s, Josip Broz Tito, the late leader of the former Yugoslavia, ordered the building of a secret bunker that would safeguard the country’s ruling class in case of a nuclear attack.

Located 900 feet (270 m) underground, town of Konjic, the 26-year project was only completed in 1979, the year before Tito died, and it was built at a cost equivalent to just under £3 billion ($4.6 billion).

If restocked with supplies it would still serve its purpose – allowing 350 people to live and work for six months without ever coming outside.

More about this place you see here.

Titos Nuclear Bunker Konjic
Titos Nuclear Bunker Konjic
STOP 3: Jablanica (30min) – Battle on Neretva Story

Ride continues by passing large, dammed but very beautiful Jablaničko lake, with short stop at Jablanica where we learn WW2 story of “Neretva Battle” and “sniff” into the way how our greatest delicacy, famous roasted lamb on the spit is made.

Views of Jablaničko lake and regions of Prenj mountain are simply breathtaking and will make you wanna stop and breathe those in.

Pass by:

  • Jablaničko Lake and Neretva river canyon (possible short stop for amazing photos)
Jablanica Bridge destroyed during the WW2 battle on Neretva
Jablanica Bridge destroyed during the WW2 battle on Neretva
STOP 4: Blagaj Dervish House & Buna River Spring (2h)

Blagaj town is home to Buna river spring – Europe’s most beautiful, most powerful, clean and drinkable karst river spring, settled beneath few hundred meters high rock. Water comes out of quite large but stunningly deep cave, which springs amazing 43 cubic meters of water per second. Can you imagine this?

Just next to the spring, under the rock, is home to Blagaj Tekke – Dervish house, dating most likely pre or early Ottoman era from early 16th century, as unique sacral-residential example of Islamic architecture in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Visiting this complex and learning more about Dervish life in Herzegovina as important part of our history is, MUST DO.
For Muslim travelers “Tekija” is place where prayers are hosted 5 times a day and can be attended if wanted.

Later, after visit to “Blagajska Tekija” and “Izvor rijeke Bune” before we continue to our ride to Dubrovnik, it is time for lunch. Due to famousness and cleanliness of Buna river the most important thing to taste in Blagaj today, is local trout. Lunch is not included in the tour price, so plan to spend 8/10 EUR per person for great lunch. As mentioned earlier, depending on the tour pace, alternatively lunch can be planned at Jablanica (Stop 3) where you get to taste famous Bosnian roasted lamb.

That is why we don’t leave the place before we offer our guests to try locally prepared trout on “Blagaj Way”, enjoying amazing scenery of Buna river spring and Dervish house next to it. Vegetarians don’t worry, we have solutions for you as well 🙂

Blagaj Dervish House and Buna River Spring
Blagaj Dervish House and Buna River Spring
STOP 5: Mostar (2h+) – Hotel Check-in and walking tour with free evening time in Mostar

As soon as we arrive to Mostar we’ll do our hotel check-in and start our 2 hour walking tour which will cover most important sites and locations in Mostar.

Our focus will Mostar’s Old Bridge, Old Bazaar and Old Town, but offer stories of Mostar’s uniqueness, in regard to historical and cultural diversity.

Story of Mostar will be about the Bridge, it’s rise and fall, and how it had risen again. You will learn about Siege of Mostar, about why it is called Mostar, about “Mostarians”. We recreate Mostar for you and with you.

Spending a night in Mostar and enjoying this gem in the late evenings when all the crowds are gone is simply amazing. Free time, or dinner on your own or with us 🙂

Mostar Old Bridge in the evening
Mostar Old Bridge in the evening
Mostar by Nobel Prize winner, Ivo Andric
“When a man spends a night in Mostar, it is not the sound that awakes him, but the light. I know that from experience. The light I was greeted upon arrival at Mostar, the light I was followed from morning to evening, and later, after departure, the light remained within me, as the main characteristic of my memories of Mostar. I’ve always felt that what shines over this nature privileged city, and the way it permeates everything within, is some sort of remarkable light, extraordinary in strength and quality. I’ve always thought, this way (light) is the way the love for life, courage, cheerfulness, a sense of proportion and creative work, enters man’s life.
I could never have enough of it, even though I was met everywhere. It is within laughter of people, within clear vowels of their speech, in the faces of boys and girls at the evening walks. It is refracted as gold, restless gleam within the glass of Mostar Zilavka (wine), and lives as a compressed strength and sweetness in these peaches and cherries. It hides in shady, cool waters of Radobolja. And upon it, Neretva is our brightest river, and upon it, bare karst surrounding hills have some sort of unrestrained grandeur. Upon that light I remember Mostar the best.” 
DAY 2: Mostar > Počitelj > Kravice Waterfalls > Medjugorje > Radimlja > Vjetrenica Cave > Dubrovnik

As soon as light upon wakes you up, in your beautiful Mostar hotel and after delicious breakfast it is time for some morning free activities on your own. We usually give some free time to our guests when in Mostar to explore town on your own and discover some nice spots, which are sufficient all around.

STOP 6: Počitelj Town (1h)

After departing from Mostar very soon we ll arrive to Počitelj

Stunningly nested above Neretva river, visit to Počitelj (“Počivati” – Bos.”to rest in peace”), easy uphill, one hour long walking activity, accompanied with a stories of town’s development and strategic importance during its 600+ year long written history and visit to most important sites such as Hajji Alija Mosque, Clock Tower and Gavrankapetanović tower, IS A MUST, for anyone passing through or near Herzegovina region.

Unique, medieval, Ottoman era glorified, present day Ottoman-Mediterranean style “architectured” fortress – town Počitelj, is one of the very few urban ensembles in Bosnia and Herzegovina preserved in their integrity to the present times.

Počitelj Town
Počitelj Old Town
STOP 7: Kravica Waterfalls near Ljubuški (1h)
After we are done with Počitelj explorations get ready for highlight of the day, small Niagara’s, stunning waterfalls of Kravica.

Situated near Ljubuški, Trebižat river with its travertine sedimentations is today offering us unique and breathtaking attraction – Kravica waterfalls. Height range from 26-28 meters and water amphitheater of 120 meters below, plus surrounding nature of Kravica waterfalls altogether fall into unique geological monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

If you are conducting this tour in summer time (between June – September) feel free to bring along swimsuit and join us for some chilling swim, or at least to cool your feet along a good drink.

Pass by:

  • Čapljina – small town in Herzegovina county
Kravice Waterfalls in Herzegovina near Mostar
Kravice Waterfalls
STOP 8: Medjugorje Catholic Pilgrimage & Local Wine Tasting
The area of west Herzegovina is famous for amazing wine story and nowadays local producers are making some of the finest wines in the region. If you are interested to explore this part of Herzegovina story, to learn and taste finest of Blatina (red) and Zilavka (white) authentic wines along with other local products, visiting one local winery is a must. We’ll teach you about biodynamic wines, what do they represent and why they are quite rarity today, but slowly picking up. We’ll learn about history of winemaking in Herzegovina and where it aims today, so all in all it will be another highlight of your day. For guests not interested into wine tasting we can organise alternatively local lunch.
The most famous Catholic pilgrimage in Southeastern Europe today is Medjugorje. Virgin Mary apparition place since 1981 until today, has attracted large number of pilgrims and other travellers interested to discover amazing story behind this phenomenon. It is part of Herzegovina and it is part of our tour too.
Medjugorje Apparition Hill - Virgin Mary Statue
Medjugorje Apparition Hill - Virgin Mary Statue
STOP 8: Radimlja Necropolis (UNESCO)

After West Herzegovina, time to move more south and visit interesting area of East Herzegovina and the next stop is World famous site – Radimlja necropolis near Stolac – UNESCO World Heritage site.

Stećci are one of the biggest mysteries of Bosnia and Herzegovina history.

Appearing in the mid 12th century, with the first phase in the 13th century, the tombstones reached their peak in the 14th and 15th century, before disappearing during the Ottoman occupation in the very early 16th century.

Most frequent dilemmas are focused on questions of their origin, the origin of the deceased who were buried under them,  and as well as the symbolic messages carved on them.

Stecak Unesco Necropolis at Radimlja near Mostar
Stecak Unesco Necropolis at Radimlja
STOP 9: Vjetrenica Cave and Zavala Monastery (1h)

Vjetrenica (eng.”wind cave”) is the largest and most important cave in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and one of the most interesting caves in the Dinaric Alps mountain range.

The cave has been explored to a total of about 7 km in length but is assumed to be around 20 km and as it is known, is the richest cave in the world in terms of subterranean biodiversity. Proteus anguinus (human fish), amazing stalactite and stalagmite decorations are simply to amazing to miss out, so that is why Vjetrenica is also one of Herzegovina must sees.

Just next to the cave, last spot of the day will be visit to Zavala Monastery. Amazingly nested in the hills above stunning Popovo Field this 15th century Orthodox monastery is great way to learn and understand why this seemingly dry and uninhabited areas through the history have always been great source of different religious stories.

Last part of our journey before we reach Dubrovnik (Kotor or Split on request) will be interesting ride through areas of East Herzegovina where we expect to be in destination between 7 and 8 pm, and of course we’ll drop you off at location of your request.

If you prefer to be in destination earlier, please let us know so we can arrange the day according to your request.

Vjetrenica Cave in Herzegovina
Vjetrenica Cave in Herzegovina
Options to Consider
Additional options to consider to maximise your Sarajevo to Dubrovnik via Mostar travel experience

Add Trebižat Canoeing or Ćiro Bike Trail

Extend your Herzegovina experience by adding summer time amazing Trebižat Canoeing or all year round stunning Ćiro Trail biking experience.

3 Day 2 Nights Round Trip from Dubrovnik to Sarajevo

If you are travelling from Sarajevo to Mostar without intention to come back to Sarajevo, this tour is ideal way to replace bus and explore places in between and in the end of the day being dropped off at your address in Mostar without extra costs apart the tour itself.

If you need this service, please note that in your booking form.

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Irene A

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Amazing People at Funky Tours!!!

I cannot recommend this company enough! I recently visited Bosnia and wanted to see and learn as much about it as I could. I took three tours with Funky Tours and they were all outstanding. First, I took the Total Siege tour with Adnan. Adnan was in the Bosnian Army during the war and he shared extremely personal stories and gave insight into what was happening there during that time. In addition to the War Tunnel, it also included a stop at the Olympic Bobsled track, and a Jewish cemetery, which were both really interesting to see. I then took the Free Walking Tour with Belmin. As well as the city sights, it included several stops to try Bosnian food and beer. That tour ends with having Bosnian coffee made for you in Funky’s upstairs salon.

I was continuing my trip in Croatia and needed to get to Split, so I took the Herzegovina Journey, which is a two day trip with an overnight stay in Mostar. My guide/driver, Damir, was amazing. I was the only one on the journey and so I got a private tour through so many sights in the Herzegovina region. Damir was fun, friendly and knowledgeable. I spent two days learning a lot about Bosnia – it didn’t feel like a tour at all. It felt like I was being shown around the country by a friend. I also want to mention Ema, who appears to run the office. She is helpful and delightful and made me feel comfortable with all my arrangements every step of the way. If you are going to Bosnia, make the people at Sarajevo Funky Tours your friends too!!!

July 6, 2019


Group Traveller

Mostar and Bosnia-Herzegovina is a must see place to visit.

We were a group of 8 and spent 4 weeks touring the Balkan’s, and our 2 day tour to Mostar was amazing and the highlight of our trip. Our driver and tour guide Saud was fantastic, so knowledgeable about the history of the people and the area and he was also an excellent driver. We all felt very comfortable and safe. With 2 days we were only able to scratch the surface. We saw the Village of Pocitelj which is a hidden gem, stopped at Kravica Falls that we’re beuatiful and then had a wonderful wine tasting at a local Herzegovina winery before stopping at Mostar for the night. It is a must place to see and visit. The next day we visited Blagaj and toured the famous Blagaj Tekke, we then went to Radimlja necropolis and ancient capital of a Hellenised Illyrian – Daorson and finished with a visit to Tvrdos Monastery- 15th-century Serbian Orthodox monastery. This was a wonderful tour and Bosnia-Herzegovina is a very beautiful country and we all came away wanting to see more. Thank you Ema and Sarajevo Funky Tours for showing us your country. We all want to come back to see more and everyone one in our group would highly recommend Sarajevo Funky Tours and especially Saud as a guide to anyone. Best 2 day tour ever.

May 24, 2019
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