Although Prenj Mountain is not the highest in the country, it is known to hikers as the mother of all mountains in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
A birds-eye view of Trnovačko Lake in Montenegro near Bosnia’s highest peak, Maglić.
Blidinje is a vast valley, with a beautiful lake, ski centre and Franciscan monastery.
Sunset over Buško Lake, one of the largest artificial lakes in Europe.
The summer highland settlement of Gradina near Umoljani Village on stage 34.
With its highest point at the summit of Bregoč (2,014m), Zelengora Mountain on the edge of Sutjeska National Park is great for hiking and walking.
Stećci are the mysterious medieval tombstones found throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina that testament to the rich cultural and natural heritage of ancient Alpine settlements in the Dinaric Alps.
Whitewater rafting on the Neretva River is a perfect day trip on the Via Dinarica.
Hikers near the remote village of Čuhovići on Bjelašnica Mountain.
European brown bears are abundant in Perućica forest, one of the last primeval forests remaining in Europe.
Konjic is an exciting place because of the wilderness adventures happening left, right and centre. The Neretva River running through town, and Prenj Mountain hovering behind, dominate the town.
If there is one place in continental Europe that symbolises the crossroads between East and West, Sarajevo would have to be it.