Dubrovnik to/from Split 3day Transfer Tour via Bosnia and Herzegovina (Mostar and Sarajevo)

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Tour Overview

3D2N Package is the best possible way to visit and explore the best of Bosnia and Herzegovina while traveling between Split (OR Zagreb) and Dubrovnik. It is created to offer an ultimate BiH experience in only three days  and ever so optimise your Balkans overall experience.

Best of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Split/Zagreb ⇄ Dubrovnik) in 3 days with two nights in Sarajevo, is created to offer an adventurous, historic and all embracing, yet very relaxing trip and to show you some of the most appealing places in our country and, one would dare to say, Europe as well.

This is a connecting door to door 2day tour which is covering the most amazing destinations in Central-West Bosnia and Herzegovina with 2 night stay in Sarajevo. Regardless of your start/end destination, we always do the full itinerary.

Highlights

What's Included

INCLUDED
  • English speaking local-expert guide and driver.
  • Hotel in Mostar 1 night (Choose via Booking Form: 3*, 4* or 5* hotels).
  • Breakfast and city tax.
  • Ground transfers.
  • All Entrance Fees, Taxes & Flexible Cancellation Policy.
  • No hidden costs. VAT 17% included in the price. Cancel 14 days prior for full refund or change dates anytime.
  • Tour is available throughout the year.
  • Pay safely online with a credit card. We accept payments for all types of credit cards.
NOT INCLUDED
  • Personal travel insurance is not included. Please buy it at home country.
  • Tips are not included in the tour costs. If you receive excellent service, please consider tipping.
  • All tours are shared, unless specifically booked as private.

Getting There

  • Dubrovnik (Croatia) The original itinerary is planned to start from Dubrovnik International Airport.
  • Split or Zagreb (Croatia) If by some chance you prefer to start this tour from Split or Zagreb please contact us for available options.
  • Arrival The pickup on the 1st day is 8 AM.
  • Departure Tour ends on the evening of Day 3.

Itinerary

DAY 1: Travel from Dubrovnik to Sarajevo via Herzegovina region

Destination: Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Accommodation: Hotel Colors inn 4* or similar
Meals Included: B

Morning: Morning drive will take us through interesting areas of West Herzegovina before we hit the first stop at 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.

Kravice Waterfalls in Herzegovina near Mostar
Kravice Waterfalls

Afternoon:After departing from Kravice waterfalls we will very soon arrive at Počitelj (“Počivati” – Bos.”to rest in peace”).

Nested above Neretva river, this 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.

We will take an easy uphill, one hour long walk, 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 Gavrankapetanovic tower, IS A MUST, for anyone passing through or near Herzegovina region.

Pocitelj town overlooking Neretva river - Herzegovina
Pocitelj town overlooking Neretva river – Herzegovina

Blagaj Dervish House and Lunch Break:Then, we continue through some really amazing parts of the Neretva river canyon, telling the unique stories of Herzegovina, before we arrive at our next stop at Blagaj.

Blagaj town is home to Buna river spring – Europe’s most beautiful, most powerful, clean and drinkable karst river spring, settled beneath a few hundred meters high rock. Water comes out of a quite large but stunningly deep cave, which springs an 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 late 15th century, as a unique sacral-residential example of Islamic architecture in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Visiting this complex and learning more about Dervish life in Herzegovina is an important part of our history, MUST DO.

For Muslim travellers “Tekija” is place where prayers are hosted 5 times a day and can be attended if wanted.

After visiting “Blagajska Tekija” and “Izvor rijeke Bune” we stay there for bit longer. 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.

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 🙂

Sarajevo Olympic Bobsled Track at Trebevic Mountain

>Blagaj River Spring and Dervish House

Afternoon:Once we finish with a visit to amazingly beautiful Blagaj, we will head towards Mostar.

Upon arrival, we’ll start our 2 hour walking tour which will cover most important sites and locations in this, truly unique, small town.

During the walking tour we will focus at Mostar Old Bridge, Old Bazaar and Old Town, but offer stories of Mostar uniqueness, in regard to historical and cultural diversity.

Tour will cover facts about the Old Bridge, it’s rise and fall, and how it had risen again. We learn about Siege of Mostar, its pre and post siege period. You get to know, about why it is called Mostar, about Mostarians. We recreate Mostar for you and with you.
Mostar old bridge during the sunset

>Mostar old bridge during the sunset

Evening: After an two hour of interesting drive through central Herzegovina regions and canyon of Neretva we will arrive to Konjic where we shall visit the Old Town and Old Bridge, before we arrive to Sarajevo where we will drop you of at your amazing, centrally located hotel to relax and have a free evening so you could gather impressions over dinner and get ready for the next day.

EXPERIENCE THE BEST OF NIGHTLIFE IN SARAJEVO

Sarajevo is not a “nightclubs” city but it is known for a handful of pubs, bars and cafes that will meet the expectations of even the most demanding ones. Here are some of the best recommendations to start your night:

  • Tavern (Birtija)

This is one of the most unique and authentic places in the old town of Sarajevo. It is officially called “Birtija” which means convivial saloon mostly visited by locals. Every birtija should have its local special drink and, at this place, it is visnjevaca- local cherry brandy.

  • La Cava

Whether you are into cocktails, a glass of wine or watching some sports with friends, this place is the ideal place to be. In a cosy atmosphere this small place serves some of the best wines and cocktails you can find in the city. Moreover, this is a place where you will feel like home away from home.

  • Zlatna Ribica

This unique and impressive place is not just a bar, it is an attraction and a must while in Sarajevo. The decoration remains on antique steampunk theme and you won’t see many places in the world that include such a level of interior design. The place has its own style which you need to respect so do not expect some over fancy service.

  • Gastro Pub Vucko

This is a paradise for beer lovers. It offers more than 120 types of beer, 15 of which are craft. Besides drinks you will also have a chance to order some of the delicious snacks and dishes served on a special mat that will take you back to 1984. The bar is named after the mascot of the Winter Olympics and was created with the idea of ​​reminiscing about the golden age of Sarajevo.

  • Jazzbina

For the late night visits, Jazzbina is one of the best choices in Sarajevo. Jazz + bina in the local language means Jazz stage but if you cut one letter “z” you will get a word which means “burrow”. This is exactly what this club is- a sanctuary for all jazz, blues and R’n’R fans with amazing live music performances till early mornings.

DAY 2: Sarajevo War Tour and Story of European Jerusalem

Destination: Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Accommodation: Hotel Colors inn 4* or similar
Meals Included:

Sarajevo War Tunnel was dug in July 1993 and used to be main supply route to Sarajevo during the Siege

>Sarajevo War Tunnel – dug in 1993 during the Siege of Sarajevo, with purpose to supply city with arms during the 4 year siege.

Activity Note: Today’s itinerary includes walking on uneven terrain, while visiting some of the ruins during our Sarajevo Siege tour. Make sure to have some water with you, and always take attention to the present day weather forecast.

Breakfast: Our well chosen range of hotels in Sarajevo start serving buffet-style breakfast around 7 AM, featuring Bosnian and International options.

Morning: The morning part of the day will start at 10 AM when we plan to set out for the walking tour of the old part and city centre of Sarajevo. Our 2.5/3 hour tour will cover the stories of origins of Sarajevo and the medieval Bosnian Kingdom. We shall visit the Ottoman and Austria-Hungarian parts of Sarajevo, which both with its stunning markets, bazaars, mosques, churches and synagogues will reveal the true nature of the real European Jerusalem. We’ll make sure to visit the Latin Bridge and learn the story about how WWI was triggered right here, in the heart of Sarajevo. Sarajevo’s 1984 Winter Olympics and life during the Siege of Sarajevo will surely be part of our story today.

After the walking you will have some free time to further explore the centre of Sarajevo on your own. You might stay in the Ottoman part of Sarajevo delving into hidden cobblestone streets, discovering the breath of Sarajevo’s mystical past, or alternatively visit Austria-Hungarian part and understand why Sarajevo is a city located on the crossroad of cultures.

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>Sarajevo old town – Bačšaršija coppersmith street, famously called Kazandžiluk is the oldest originally preserved street in Sarajevo.

Lunch: Get ready to try the most famous dish of the Balkans, at the most important stop of the Balkans – the glorious Sarajevo’s Ćevapi or Ćevapčići. In Sarajevo, Ćevapi are made of pure beef with basic spices and are hardly to be found of such a quality anywhere in the rest of the Balkans. For vegetarians we have alternatives available where we suggest trying traditional Bosnia “pita” (eng. pie) with cheese, spinach or potatoes. In the Balkans generally this food is referred to as “burek”, but in Sarajevo if you order burek, you will be served with meat pita.

Afternoon: Your afternoon session (starting at 2 PM) is fully reserved for the important story of Siege of Sarajevo, the story of the impossible survival and story of the worst Genocide in Europe since the WWII. Funky Tours Top Experiences aims to deliver a clear and unbiased understanding of the topics we consider important for better overall understanding of the Balkans.

Your host for the afternoon session will be local Sarajevan, an ex Bosnian army soldier who during the 1990ies was directly involved in the resistance organised by the local people of Sarajevo. When joint force of Yugoslavian National Army, Serbian Paramilitaries and local Bosnian Serbs initiated general attack on Bosnia and Herzegovina with goal of taking the control of Bosnian capital, only a few people “got their heads” together and started organising resistance. Resistance which later proved crucial for defending Bosnian independence and saving hundreds of thousands of lives.

Places in focus will be Sarajevo’s infamous Sniper Alley and Hotel Holiday Inn, Sarajevo War Tunnel, Sarajevo Olympic Bobsled and Olympic mountain of Trebević, Jewish cemetery and numerous other locations scattered throughout the Bosnian capital, today serving as the memory of the 1990ies bloody years.

Sarajevo Olympic Bobsled Track at Trebevic Mountain

>Sarajevo Olympic Bobsled Track at Trebević mountain built for Sarajevo Winter Olympics 1984. Unfortunately it was destroyed during the Siege of Sarajevo and today serves as great reminder of Sarajevo’s Olympic glory and perfect spot for graffiti art.

The story you will follow will be firsthand experiences of local Sarajevo Siege survivors, backed up with ICTY (International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia) verdicts and official judgements. The Balkans today are place where wars have ended in military way, but wars of denial, especially denial of Genocide and wars of relativisation are still going on. Making sure that the unbiased facts of the 1990ies conflicts are well documented and shared is an imperative.

Dinner/Evening: Evening time is reserved for traditional Bosnian dinner. Try traditional Bosnian food while chatting about Bosnian culture of living and present day challenges of life. Traditional Bosnian brandy (Šljivovica) and tasty wines of Herzegovina (Žilavka and Blatina) are a must try. Keep in mind that Bosnian food is widely based on meat, but Funky Tours will make sure we have available options equally for vegetarians and vegans.

WHEN YOU HAVE FREE TIME IN SARAJEVO

  • War Childhood Museum – The Winner of 2018 Council of Europe Museum Prize

Rising from the crowd-sourced book War Childhood and championing the principles and practices of social entrepreneurship, the independent, youth-led War Childhood Museum has garnered recognition as the world’s only museum focused exclusively on childhoods that have been affected by war.

  • Srebrenica Gallery and Srebrenica Genocide

Gallery 11/07/95 is the first memorial museum/gallery in Bosnia and Herzegovina – exhibition space aiming to preserve the memory on Srebrenica tragedy and 8372 persons who tragically lost their lives during the genocide.

  • Best Bosnian Pizza and Sunset view from the Yellow Bastion

The most famous Pizza place in Sarajevo is called “Pekara kod Mahira” and the most famous viewpoint above Sarajevo is the Yellow Bastion, a few min walking distance from the Baščaršija square. Pekara kod Mahira is a takeaway pizza place offering just one type of pizza made in the traditional style with Bosnian style ingredients such as smoked beef and kajmak 

DAY 3: Travel to Split from Sarajevo via Central Bosnia region

Destination: Split | Zagreb
Meals Included: B

Breakfast: Our well chosen range of hotels in Sarajevo start serving buffet-style breakfast around 7 AM, featuring Bosnian and International options.

Morning: We’ll depart Sarajevo quite early, at 8 AM. After some 45min we’ll arrive in Visoko and the first stop of the day will be Bosnian Pyramid Complex.

One of the most intriguing recent stories, at global scale, is the story of Bosnian Pyramids. For some only a “hoax”, but for others true evidence of ancient civilisations to have existed at present day European soil which have left us amazing structures, pyramids.

Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun (and 4 more: Pyramid of the Moon, Love, Dragon and Mother Earth) aged roughly 12.000 years, with perfect cardinal points and Northern orientation, where thermal inertia analysis reported to reveal faster heat loss than would occur with a plain hillside, interesting story of pyramidal tunnel complex and many more facts, are reasons good enough to see interesting story of Bosnian pyramids.

Once at the site we’ll have a guided tour at the Pyramids Tunnel Complex where guests will get first hand stories from local experts directly involved in site explorations and tunnel excavations. Be prepared to hear some very interesting stories, as this story might be one of highlights of your Balkans travels.

Visoko Pyramid
Visoko Pyramid

Afternoon:After we finish at Visoko we move towards our next destination. We will pass some very beautiful regions of river Bosna, canyon of river Lašva before we reach Travnik.

Ottoman time vizier’s town, later Nobel prize winner birthplace with stunning Plava Voda spring, Coloured mosque and old Ottoman fortress are places definitely worth stopping by.

Travnik is also famous for tasty Ćevapi or Travnik white cheese, so why not make this stop not only interesting, but also tastily-interesting.

Doing a break at Plava Voda with some good Bosnian coffee is also a must.

Travnik fort overlooking the Travnik old town - Central Bosnia
Travnik fort overlooking the Travnik old town – Central Bosnia

As soon as we finish in Travnik we continue, and after another hour of driving through the amazing regions of the Vrbas river we arrive in Jajce.

Once there, the first thing we go and see is one of the World’s most beautiful waterfalls, and the only one in the World placed in the city center, famous Pliva Waterfalls – spot where Pliva river ends its flow and meets Vrbas is simply breathtaking.

After we bless our eyes and soul we are good for a walking tour through Jajce. We will visit Jajce Citadel (Fortress), the Museum of the Second Session of the National Liberation Army of Yugoslavia (AVNOJ), Medvjed Kula, the Tower of St. Luke, famous Catacombs – underground church, one of the World’s very few mosques named after woman – Mosque of Esma Sultanija, and much more. All followed with interesting stories.

Jajce Citadel is an amazingly interesting place giving us great opportunity to see whole area around us and Jajce itself.

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>Jajce and Pliva waterfalls in Central Bosnia during the sunset

Pliva Lakes & Pliva Mills – Lunch Break: After we have “tasted” Jajce for roughly 2.30 hours we go for the Lakes. In the vicinity of Jajce on Pliva river there are two lakes. Only five kilometres away we’ll check out Large and Small Pliva lakes.

Very interesting part of the Pliva lakes story are Mills at small Pliva lake. Amongst people famously called “Mlinčići”, which once have been main promotional material for postcards and tourist potential of Great Austrian-Hungarian Monarchy. We will make a stop there too.

Pliva Mills near Jajce
Pliva Mills near Jajce

Evening: On your own. Arrival to Split is expected in the later afternoon.

WHEN YOU HAVE FREE TIME IN SPLIT

  • Hike the Marjan Hill

Looming over the city, Marjan Hill is a low mountain surrounded by the sea and the city. It is completely naturally preserved and is ideal for nice and easy hikes. Climbing the Marjan Hill will take you around 2hrs but do rest assured you will be rewarded with the breathless views stretching over the Split as well as other surrounding towns and villages.

  • Enjoy the beach

Apart from the fairytale centre of Split, the beaches of this city are its strongest asset, especially during the summer season but winter doesn’t. The most famous beaches are Bačvice, Kasjuni, Bene, Firule, Žnjan and Kaštelet. Bačvice Beach is the most popular beach in Split, and famous for picigin, a really fun game which is, believe it or not, included in the UNESCO intangible cultural heritage. Picigin is played in shallow water and if you take a walk along the beach you will most likely encounter numerous locals playing picigen. 

  • Enjoy the Beach

Apart from the fairytale centre of Split, the beaches of this city are its strongest asset, especially during the summer season but winter doesn’t. The most famous beaches are Bačvice, Kasjuni, Bene, Firule, Žnjan and Kaštelet. Bačvice Beach is the most popular beach in Split, and famous for picigin, a really fun game which is, believe it or not, included in the UNESCO intangible cultural heritage. Picigin is played in shallow water and if you take a walk along the beach you will most likely encounter numerous locals playing picigen. 

  • Taste the Local Delicacies 

Diverse local cuisine in this region is something you must try. Since Split lies on the Adriatic Sea, the dominant cuisine is Mediterranean. However, the choice of traditional Dalmatian dishes is also excellent. Therefore, we can recommend one of the famous – restaurant “Zrno Soli” where you will be able to try some of the most delicious and traditional meals and to taste the finest wines from Dalmatia region with an enchanting sea view.

  • Experience Pub Crawl

“Survive” the drinking games, play pong and flip cup, hang out with locals and visit multiple Split bars in one night. That is what Pub Crawl that gained a huge popularity in Split is all about. Pub crawl runs 7 days a week and, for only 25 EUR per person, you can enjoy the open bar from 9 PM to 11.30 PM and “all you can drink” fun which usually continues with dancing to the early morning at one of the famous Split nightclubs.

What to Bring

What Do I Need to Bring?

  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Waterproof jacket in case of rains
  • Warm jacket (during the winter period)
  • Light-weight, breathable walking shirts and trousers
  • Warm hat and light gloves (during the winter period)
  • Sun protection (summer time)
  • Water bottle

Map

Trip Photos

Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo
Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo
Pliva Mills near Jajce
Pliva Mills near Jajce
Travnik fort overlooking the Travnik old town - Central Bosnia
Travnik fort overlooking the Travnik old town – Central Bosnia
Visoko Pyramid
Visoko Pyramid
Sarajevo Olympic boblseigh and luge
Sarajevo Olympic boblseigh and luge
Pocitelj town overlooking Neretva river - Herzegovina
Pocitelj town overlooking Neretva river – Herzegovina
Kravice Waterfalls in Herzegovina near Mostar
Kravice Waterfalls
Sarajevo art academy and bridge Festina Lente
Sarajevo art academy and bridge Festina Lente
Sarajevo old town Bascarsija coppersmith street - Kazandziluk
Sarajevo old town Bascarsija coppersmith street – Kazandziluk

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Can I book as solo traveller?
    Yes you can. Significant number of our fellow travellers are solo.
  2. What is the weather like?
    Bosnia and Herzegovina is country of extremely differentiated weather seasons, meaning in the winter we have deep minus temperature and during the summer high plus, so make sure to know what to expect before arrival.
  3. How much should I tip?
    Tips are not included in the tour costs, nor they are heavily expected in Bosnian culture. However when you receive excellent service, we recommend tipping.
  4. Can I start/end this trip elsewhere in Croatia or Bosnia?
    Yes, all of our tours and packages are customisable so do make sure to contact our team with any of your requests. 
  5. Can I book my own accommodation in Sarajevo?
    Yes, you can. In case you prefer booking your own accommodation we will deduct the costs of hotel service from the overall price. 
  6. What is the currency I should use while in Bosnia and Croatia?
    While some places do accept EUR make sure to have small amount of local currencies (BiH: BAM; Croatia: HRK)
  7. Can I book this tour in other than English language?
    Tours are possible to book in other than English languages in private option. Do contact our team for further information.
  8. How much in advance I need to book this tour?
    It is recommended to book at least 15 days in advance but our team will go above and beyond to confirm the trips even 24h before the supposed departure. 
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EmilieMTB

Group Traveller

FunkyTour accompanied us during our 3-day visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina.

We had an incredible time with the different guides and drivers. They gave us many information about the country, its customs, its religions, about the war and the siege of Sarajevo. They took the time to let us visit the places at our own pace, and adapted to our needs and requests (meal break, shopping, coffee, toilets, etc.).

The 3-day program was rich and very complete and we had the opportunity to discover both incredible cities and landscapes. I also particularly liked the support given throughout the booking process for this tour.

I highly recommend Funky Tour for their seriousness, their kindness and the quality of their visits. Many thanks to Edna, Enis, Tarik, Nadira and Ema for making this trip an incredible memory!

June 16, 2022

Hannah K

Group Traveller

Did a 3D/2N tour from Dubrovnik to Split via Sarajevo with Funky. They organized everything and made it easy to understand Bosnia’s long history and complicated present without worrying about the logistics since they were very responsive and took care of everything, even for our more complicated itinerary.

We did 1 day tour through Herzegovina to Sarajevo, 1 day in Sarajevo including a walking tour and Siege tour, then a 1 day tour to Split. The travel days were long but the driving time was made much richer by getting to interact so much with our amazing guides and ask them all of our questions in between the multiple stops. We also saw and learned about so much Bosnian history we would not have seen otherwise, plus got to see some beautiful parts of the country, including some amazing waterfalls and beautiful green hills.

The food was amazing-probably the best meals of a 2 week trip through the region. Funky Tours and our guides made the visit so much richer and I would highly recommend using them and visiting Bosnia.

July 30, 2021

AussieP2014

Solo Traveller

Excellent Service and knowledgeable guides

I booked a three day tour from Dubrovnik to Split via Sarajevo. I was the only one booked so I had a driver and guide all to myself. The guides are all very knowledgeable. There is so much history to try and get your head around and I have to say, the team were very impartial to try and provide a idea of both sides of the story. I had 2 full days days of transfers and one full day in Sarajevo with fantastic tours along the way across all three days.

I would recommend this group and would travel with them again if I go to this part of the world. Good value for money.

October 20, 2019

Farzanah A

Solo Traveller

Dubrovnik to Sarajevo including Mostar & Srebrenica | 4 days

We toured Croatia on our own and joined SFT in Dubrovnik where they fetched us. Highly recommend this tour company. From initial interactions with Ema to our reception with Taib and Faris, we received professionalism, warmth, and consistent consideration despite numerous stops. We met Haris, then Adnan and Armina on subsequent days and while the standard of some of the tour venues in Sarajevo may have upgrading potential, the tour guides more than made up. Our accommodation in Mostar at Fortuna and Colors Inn in Sarajevo was also to an international standard. Taib carefully and measuredly answered a variety/levels of questions as the educated historian he is about the past, present and future of Bosnia-Herzegovina and the Serb Republic. Ema even checked on us each morning and evening & arranged birthday treats for one of our party members. Our days were full and educational. Keep up the good work. You’ve made our stay unforgettable. With love from South Africa ❤️✊

July 10, 2018

Kasey M

Solo Traveller

Pleasant Surprise
If you’re planning to come to Bosnia-Herzegovina (I hope you do), contact Funky Tours.

I booked my 3-day trip on a whim. Finding a tour agency was a bit tricky (wanted to see Mostar and a few other sites); however, I came across Funky Tours. The agency was EXTREMELY responsive and friendly. The actual tour guide was great. She did everything in her power to make sure we had a good time and saw what the group wanted to see. Very professional and kind hearted. I even saw my guide on a day on my own. She was happy to answer any questions I had and point me in the right direction.

Thanks very much, Funky Tours. I will be sure to recommend you and your beautiful country to others!

July 7, 2018
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