Bosnia and Herzegovina 2011
- Period: August 2011
- Weather: Warm and sunny
Currency: Bosnian Mark (BAM)
Creditcards: Accepted widely
Safety: Nothing special
Prices (August 2011)
Value Money: €1 = BAM 1,95
Fuel: diesel is BAM 2,34 per liter
Camping: around 6 Euro per night for 2 persons
For Dutch no visa needed. Passports needs to be valid for at least 3 months
Both entry and exit was totally free and quick and easy
Highlights or not
Pocitelj: Old 15th century village. Nice to walk around and no entry fee.
- Kravice Falls: Nice falls where you can also have a swim and shower under the falls. Entry is for free. Parking is €2.
- Rafting in the Tara Gorge: We
only slept in one of the rafting camps (see waypoints). We did not go
rafting, but this must be great. All is good organised. Price for a
rafting day trip is € 45.
In Mostar you can camp on the parking just a short walk from the city center
In Mostar and places close to the Croation border you can pay with Croation Kuna, Bosnian Mark or Euro.
all road we drove we good tarmac
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Grid: Lat/Lon hddd°mm.mmm"
used during Balkan trip in 2011
N43°20.316 E17°48.546 Mostar
Parking + camping. On this large parking very close to the center you can also stay for the night. Parking is €5 per day and for camping you must pay an additional €5. There is a toilet, but is closes at night.
N43°22.110 E18°47.800 Foca
Bastasi Rafting Center, Rafting and Camping. Camping is €3 per person per night. You can also hire a cabin.
N43°09.529 E17°36.440 Kravice
Kravice Waterfalls, great swimming under the falls
N43°20.908 E18°50.726 BORDER CELICOVO POLJ
N43°20.756 E18°41.475 Tjentiste
N43°08.032 E17°43.848 Pocitelj
Historic old village
N43°21.193 E18°49.480 Foca
Tara 87, another Rafting camp. From all camps this one has the nicest field for camping