Private guides and guided tours in Bosnia & Herzegovina
Private guides in Bosnia & Herzegovina
My name is Anita Pehar. I'm an official Tour Guide for pilgrims in Medjugorje and official tour guide for Herzegovina Region. I specialised in guiding religious and archaeological sites which include Medjugorje and Mostar.
Travel agency „Almira Travel“ from Mostar this year,like past years, gives tho the tourist market new offers and arrangements to individuals and groups. We offer you ideal combination of prices,comfortable accommodation,transport, as services of professional guides,with rich varieties of field trips.
I have finished a course for Tourist guides in my country and started working as Freelance tour guide during my studies at Sarajevo University. Even though I am graduated Economist, guiding is what I love to do. I am 28 years old now and have been a guide since I was 20. Apart from being a guide I have worked in marketing,event management and aviation.I am very good in communication and a person who is always smiling.Marketing is also one of my passions. Event management is one of the jobs I did online and on my own.
Bosnia & Herzegovina
Currency: Kuna (HRK)
Guide Licensing Information
COMMENTS ABOUT Bosnia & Herzegovina:
Located in Southeastern Europe, Bosnia and Herzegovina borders the Adriatic Sea and Croatia. The country is full of extremes with mountains experiencing cool summers and very cold winters. In the valleys and coastline, vacationers enjoy mild winters and beautiful, hot summers, so dress accordingly when you plan your next trip.
For those interested in the outdoors, enjoy whitewater rafting or scale one of the nearby mountainsides. With so many rivers, valleys, and even the Adriatic Sea available, fishing is also a wonderful pastime. Or stop by the gorgeous Kravice waterfall and enjoy a romantic picnic.
For anyone interested in ancient cultures and history, there is one exciting location you cannot miss. The Bosnian Pyramid of Visocica Hill was the first to be discovered in Europe. Or visit the UNESCO World Heritage bridges of Mehmed Paša Sokolović and Old Mostar. The pristine, white archway of Old Mostar looks as though conjured from a dream.
Sarajevo, the capital, is a destination growing in popularity. The classic architecture is incredible, and markets have some of the best fresh vegetables and fruit to be found. Enjoy delicious meals at Dveri, Tavola, or one of the many restaurants in this bustling city. Hire a private guide to tour the Sarajevo Brewery or the Tunnel Museum. In the evenings, enjoy an exciting nightlife that will certainly leave you with fond memories.
I am Jadranka Suster, an experienced licensed tour guide in Sarajevo, the city where I was born and grew up. I conduct my tours from the unique perspectives of an experienced professional guide, journalist and teacher.
The family team of Zana and Allen of Medjugorje Tours & Travel - we are an independent travel agency situated in the heart of Medjugorje, a small town that since 1981 has seen millions of pilgrims visit...
Popular tours in Bosnia & Herzegovina
Walking tour in MedjugorjeThe spiritual bath at the Hill of Apparitions
100,- €Tour Duration
6 h - one full day tour
Private tour in MostarCharm of an Ancient Pearl - Mostar Tour
From: EUR 6.50Tour Duration
Culture and History tour in MostarGuided tour of Mostar
60 euros per group / 15 for individualTour Duration
Boating and Sailing tour in MedjugorjeNeretva Rafting Adventure
EUR 45.00Tour Duration
Boating and Sailing tour in MostarRafting on river Neretva
From: EUR 40.00Tour Duration
Boating and Sailing tour in MostarRafting on the river Neretva
40 euros per personTour Duration
Culture and History tour in SarajevoWalks and couch sightseeing
70-150 EuroTour Duration
Guide Licensing Information for Bosnia & Herzegovina
Due to the increase in the number of tourists visiting Bosnia and Herzegovina every year, the country is experiencing a small boom in tourist related services, including guiding. It is relatively easy to find a guide in the most popular places around the county these days. However, only a small number of these guides have an actual license. Even if the guide claims to be licensed in his or her advertisements, this doesn`t necessarily mean that they possess a valid license. So when contacting a tour guide, make sure to ask them to provide a copy of their license, which they are obliged to carry all the time when conducting tours.
Guiding licenses are issued by the Ministry of Economy after passing a set of tests. Solicitors may enroll in special courses or try to pass the test if they have relevant diplomas in tourism, culture, history or arts relating to the area they look forward to servicing. The license should carry the authentic stamp of the Ministry of Economy and the entire guide's personal information. The potential guide should address local authorities of the canton he's willing to work in, since Bosnia and Herzegovina is a federation. Not carrying a license when asked by the police usually results in a substantial fine. However, due to the strong presence of shadow economy "wild" guides make up the larger part of the market, and you may even be suggested to use their services by official Info Centers, hotels and even authorities.