Tours and Trip Packages to Bosnia Herzegovina in September 2025

Traveling to Bosnia Herzegovina in September 2025? We offer 5 tours, trips and vacation packages to Bosnia Herzegovina in September 2025. Our Bosnia Herzegovina in September 2025 tour packages and trips have 50+ customer reviews. All the Bosnia Herzegovina September 2025 tour packages and trips are carried out by hand-picked, qualified local and international Bosnia Herzegovina tour operators.

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Bosnia & Herzegovina Adventure
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Bosnia & Herzegovina Adventure

8 days adventure trip visiting Sarajevo in Bosnia Herzegovina.
USD 1,642
Walking in Bosnia & Herzegovina
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Walking in Bosnia & Herzegovina

4.8
"I have done a few Exodus holidays in Europe and would actually say that in terms of the scenery and"
USD 2,355
Vienna to Tirana Tour: Central Europe & the Balkans

Vienna to Tirana Tour: Central Europe & the Balkans

14 days cultural, religious and historic sites trip through Mostar, Budapest, Vienna, and 9 other destinations in 8 different countries.
USD 3,265
Athens to Vienna Tour – Balkans & Central Europe

Athens to Vienna Tour – Balkans & Central Europe

21 days walking tour through Mostar, Budapest, Vienna, and 15 other destinations in 10 different countries.
USD 4,818
Athens to Dubrovnik/Split Tour – 7 Balkan countries in 14 days

Athens to Dubrovnik/Split Tour – 7 Balkan countries in 14 days

14 days art and architecture tour through Dubrovnik, Split, Mostar, and 13 other destinations in 7 different countries.
USD 3,265
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Bosnia Herzegovina September 2025 Tour Reviews

4.8 - Excellent
Based on 54 customer reviews
Walking in Bosnia-Herzegovina
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
A seven day walking trip starting/finishing in Dubrovnik, visiting Sutjeska National Park, Sarajevo, Neretva river canyon and Mostar. The trip encompassed a mix of strenuous and easy day walks, visiting a remote mountain village, and exploring and understanding the volatile history of the country. An overall highlight was discovering the beauty of the landscape - so many mountains, forests, lakes and rivers. Accommodation ranged from the basic, Socialist-era style hotel in Sutjeska National Park (though perfectly comfortable and adequate), to the small, comfortable and more modern hotels in Trebinje, Sarajevo and Mostar. Travel was in a 12 seater van, driven by the personable Gvard, from Sarajevo.
Fascinating and rewarding holiday.
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
A thoroughly rewarding and fascinating insight into the rich history and geography of BH. As a trekker of limited experience but average fitness I found the walks challenging but well within my limits to complete thanks to the expert guidance given. The routes planned by our excellent guide Samer showed us the vast range of climates, ecology and history of the region-within one day we went from a Mediterranean climate to a alpine and back again! Every day was packed full and every aspect well organised. A fantastic mix of rural walking, a couple of interesting city tours and even a day of rafting. I highly recommend this trip!
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5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
Have you ever connected so deeply with a country, you couldn't put it into words? That's how I felt about Bosnia and Herzegovina. As an avid traveler, it's one of the few places with which I felt a bond this strong. Perhaps that's due to the nature of this tour -- you get a taste of various cities across the country, experiencing different energies and landscapes along the way. The one thing that remained consistent was the beautiful people and invigorating culture. Of course, the focus of this trip is the outdoors. I was happy to see the level of difficulty exceeded my expectations; it was more hiking and climbing (and even included a surprise via ferrata route!) than scenic "strolling" which is what I had envisioned -- still, it's fit for those who only hike occasionally. Overall, the trip was a nice balance of active/offbeat adventure (the majority) and opportunities to soak up the culture.
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