• All the equipment that we use is certified by the authorized institutes and as such allows you to feel safely in the adventure of life. The guides are licensed and experts in wild water and mountain areas with years of experience.
Konjic was never quite fully Herzegovinian, nor quite fully “bosnian”, but
rather a mix of the two - something truly unique. In the area of Konjic, different
cultures, traditions and religions, crossed their paths for centuries, which
gives additional value to the creation of a unique tourist spot and enriches
the tourist offer of the Country. The Neretva river flows through the town’s center.
The old town is beautiful for taking walks, as well as the city center, which
provides interesting views of the surrounding countryside wherever you turn.
While you are in Konjic take a walk along the renovated Old Bridge, built
in 1682. From the early 1900s, Konjic is known for its woodcarvers. The “Visit Konjic” Agency invites you to the world of wood-poetry!
We will guide you to woodcarving museums! While watching the woodsmiths carve out patterns and listening
to the tapping rhythms of their tools, you will understand how much of an art
this is – a melody caught in wood. Would you like to hear more about how these
woodsmiths made a chair for Pope John Paul II? You will get a chance to ask one
of Konjic’s world-famous woodsmiths that question! Woodcarving is an art, a
craft, poetry, a song caught in wood, present in these areas for more than 150
In this tour we will take you through the time of Illyrians,
Austria-Hungary, the Ottoman Empire and modern time. Necropolis from the XIV
century, mosques from the Ottoman period, Orthodox Church, Franciscan monastery
from the fifteenth century are witnessed of the times, culture and history of
the town of Konjic.