The Via Dinarica is a mega trail that extends from Albania to Slovenia, with the longest part slicing diagonally from southeast to northwest. The Bosnia and Herzegovina section is perhaps the most dramatic of all. Here, the mountains offer superb hiking with dozens of challenging routes that start from as low as 200m and ascend to the rugged karst peaks at well over 2,200m. But that’s not all Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Via Dinarica has to offer. White water rafting on the Neretva, Tara or Una Rivers is an adventure not to be missed, while the Blue Trail section of the Via Dinarica, near Trebinje, weaves in and out of the highlands between Herzegovina and Montenegro, cooled by breezes blowing straight off the Adriatic Sea. To start planning your epic walking adventure in the borderlands of Bosnia, Montenegro, Albania and Kosovo, simply drop us a line.