Whether you are passing through our country or you are a guest in our camp, we recommend that you stop and take some time and walk along the cobblestones of the most beautiful Bosnian bazaars. One of them is located in Sarajevo, a city where East and West, different religions and cultures, but also the past and the present, have intertwined for centuries.
For the realization of this arrangement, the minimum number of participants is 2 people, and the maximum is 8 people per guide
The minimum recommended age of participants is 8 years
No previous experience is required
Prices are in euros and per person
The menu can be adapted to both vegetarians and vegans, but with prior notice
The hours in the description of the arrangement are not fixed and can be changed depending on the wishes and needs of the guests
All arrangements can be extended and combined by agreement
We reserve the right to assess the readiness of participants
DO NOT FORGET!
Passport or ID card (depending on the country you come from)
Adequate clothes and shoes for walking
You arrive at Camp Highlander in the morning, where we will welcome you with coffee and brandy and a delicious breakfast, after which we set off in our off-road vehicles through the Bistrica canyon in the direction of Miljacka and Sarajevo. Only 9 km from Foča we come to the sand pyramids (dunes) which represent a natural phenomenon and a special nature reserve of BiH. This unique natural phenomenon was created by soil erosion, for many years as a consequence of the aggressive combination of frosts, summer heat, rain and strong winds. The sculpted figures of interesting shapes are similar to those in the Garden of the Gods in Colorado, the Dolomites in Italy and the Devil's Town in Serbia. The process of erosion continues today, so they do not disappear, but on the contrary grow. There is a thesis that these pyramids are over 200 years old. A simple natural wonder to see, and then we head to Sarajevo. After 2 hours of driving, we will see the famous and many times sung river Miljacka, and then we will continue to Baščaršija to try the famous Sarajevo kebabs and coffee from a cup. Small, antique shops full of handmade souvenirs, wardrobes, dishes and other interesting things will simply win you over. We will visit the National Monument, a building from the Austro-Hungarian period, known as Marin (Marijin) dvor and take pictures in front of the Eternal Flame monument. You will also see the architectural masterpiece Vijećnica, a symbol of Sarajevo, as well as a favorite picnic spot of many Sarajevans - Vrelo Bosne (the source of the river Bosna, with its lakes where fish swim and geese and swans swim). We will also visit Skenderija, a sports and business center on the coast of Miljacka, and in the afternoon we will return to the camp where a delicious traditional lunch awaits us. Summarizing the impressions, our socializing ends.
How to reach Highlander Rafting Kampa
Rafting camp Highlander is located on the main road Foča - Nikšić, more precisely 20 km away from Foča, in the direction of Montenegro and 5 km before the border crossing Šćepan Polje / Hum (BiH - CG).
N: 43°21'08" E: 18°48'28.5"
Sarajevo – Trnovo – Foca (80 km)
Beograd – Cacak – Uzice – Visegrad – Gorazde – Foca (350 km)
Banja Luka – Doboj – Zenica – Sarajevo – Trnovo – Foca (340 km)
Podgorica – Niksic – Pluzine – Scepan Field – Foca (172 km)
Dubrovnik – Trebinje – Bileca – Gacko – Foca (165 km)
Herceg Novi – Trebinje – Bileca – Gacko – Foca (172 km)
Zagreb – Banja Luka – Travnik – Visoko – Sarajevo – Foca (527 km)
There are regular daily bus lines to Foca from Belgrade, Novi Sad, Podgorica, Sarajevo, Banja Luka, Mostar, Dubrovnik and Zagreb.
If you arrive from abroad by plane, we recommend that you land at the airport in Sarajevo, from where you have another 70 km to Foca.
A popular proverb says that hospitality implies the warmth of the hearth, delicious food and the right to silence. You can find all this in the rafting camp Highlander, which is located right next to the river Drina. The silence of nature is a common "spice" of each of our meals.
Whether you are just a casual passerby and want to enjoy a beautiful view of the turquoise green river Drina from our terrace, or you are a guest on a full arrangement, be sure that you will enjoy delicious food in our camp. We will serve our local specialties prepared in the old old-fashioned way with a large selection of domestic and foreign drinks.
The ingredients we use are of domestic origin, from our area and with a valid declaration, and bread, pastries, pies and cakes are kneaded, dried and developed by the skilled hands of our cooks. All food is prepared according to traditional recipes, so guests often ask for a little "repeater".
Before going to any activity (rafting, hiking, canyoning, mountain biking, hiking ....) guests are served "Mountain Breakfast", which aims to provide enough strength and energy to overcome any challenge in nature. Upon your return, you will be greeted by hot soup and veal under the sac, and for dinner, barbecue, fish, and chicken with mushrooms or pie under the sac. Always expect a surprise from sweets, but sweet, like sweets made by our mothers and grandmothers. There will be tulumba, urmašica, and baklava, but also fruit and chocolate cakes, as well as good old donuts and pancakes with Euro cream and ice cream. In a word, many deacons for everyone's taste. They say that tastes are different and should not be discussed, but exciting rafting and accommodation in nature are offered by almost all camps on the banks of the Tara and Drina, but we know that the food we make is what makes us very different and why our guests they return.
HIGHLANDER CAMP MENU:
BREAKFAST: Homemade bread and pastries, Highlander breakfast (prosciutto, tea, cream (kajmak), cheese, eggs, donuts (uštipci), proja), tea, milk, sour milk.
LUNCH: Veal soup, of your choice veal under sacha or fish, mixed salad, bread, fruit or cake.
DINNER: Optional, flint, fish, chicken in mushroom sauce, Sarajevo kebab, white hanger, bread, mixed salad or shop salad.
***According to the wishes and needs of guests menu can be adapted for vegetarians and vegans or by appointment (during booking or at the beginning of the arrangement).
***It is not allowed to bring your drink to the restaurant / bar and the terrace.
The Rafting camp Highlander is located 20 km from Foča and only 5 km from the border crossing Šćepan Field between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro. It is surrounded by hornbeam trees and is situated in an attractive location on the right side of the Drina River.
Its capacity is 100 beds that have mattresses and clean bedding. Wooden bungalows are made for two, three, four or five people, while the small houses, popularly called “Torarica” are for one or two people (read: for those in love).
The camp has electricity, wireless internet (Wi-Fi), lux bungalow with private bathroom and standard bungalows with shared showers and toilets, with hot and cold drinking water. The restaurant offers local/traditional cuisine in which every guest gets his meal according to paid arrangement. Travelers who just passing by can also get the food of their choice for prices that are official.
Location of the camp Highlander is ideal for rafting, hiking, trekking, mount biking or fly-fishing. It is the starting point for the tours National Park “Sutjeska" and National Park "Durmitor". Mountain peaks Maglic, Durmitor, Bioc and Zelengora are just some of the peaks that are located near the camp. There are also lakes of Zelengora, more precisely nine of them, rainforest Perucica and waterfall Skakavac 73 m high.
In short landscape, that takes the breath away. The nature wonders worth coming back. The location is well connected by road with all the major tourist cities of Bosnia, Montenegrin and Croatian coasts as well - Budva, Herceg Novi, Kotor, Dubrovnik, Trebinje, Sarajevo, Mostar, Visegrad and Zabljak.
If you live in one of these ex yu republics or you are just traveling to these destinations, and you love nature and adventure tourism, we recommend our Rafting camp Higlander. It is a camp where a complete vacation in the silence of nature and the murmur of the Drina River awaits you with homemade food that you will remember for a long time.
N 43°21’41.8″ E 18°48’28.5″
2 000 m2
100 beds in wooden bungalows for 2,3,4 or 5 people
Toilets / showers
Lux bungalows have their own bathrooms.
Traditional cuisine. Opening hours from 07h to 23h every day during the season.
Parking places for small passenger cars and buses
There is a space to set up tents.
Wild beach for swimming.
For volleyball, soccer and badminton. Social games: chess and cards.
Pets are allowed in the camp, but not in bungalows and in a boat.
Rafting Camp Highlander has 9 lux bungalows for 4 people. Total capacity for 36 person. In each bungalow there is:
*French bed with two separate sheets
*Bunk bed (spacious for both children and adults)
*Terrace or balcony
There are 16 standard bungalows for 2 people in the Rafting camp Highlander. Total capacity for 32 persons. In each of these bungalows there are:
*Large bed with two separate sheets
*Space for suitcases and civiluk
In the Rafting camp Highlander there are 2 standard bungalows for 4 people. Total capacity is for 8 persons. In each of these bungalows there are:
*2 single beds
*1 bunk bed
*Space for suitcases and civiluk
In the Rafting camp Highlander there are 4 standard wigmans for 5 people. Total capacity is for 20 persons. In each of these bungalows there are:
The Rafting camp Highlander has 4 standard bungalows for 1 or 2 people. Total capacity is for 4 or 8 people. In each of these bungalows there are:
*One bed for 2 people with one bed linen
*Space for suitcases and civiluk
THE PRICE OF THE PACKAGE INCLUDES:
Transportation by off-road vehicles during the arrangement
A tour of the sand dunes
Sightseeing tour in Sarajevo
THE PRICE OF THE PACKAGE DOES NOT INCLUDE:
Non-board offer (drinks, additional meals ...)
All other costs not foreseen by the program (additional excursions, additional nights ...)