Tourism in Bosnia and Herzegovina is a fast-growing sector making up an important part in the economy of the country.
Quads (four-wheel quadratic vehicles) are off-road field vehicles intended for driving on hard accessible terrain. They are particularly appropriate for overcoming minor natural obstacles, and as a transport vehicle they are suitable for carrying you and your luggage to the places too far to reach going by foot.
By this mean of transport, you can make a tour of various landscape places using unusual paths and visit many sceneries, such as: water springs, caves, valleys, lakes, canyons, remains of ancient settlements, mythic places, sites of medieval Bosnian standing tombstones (called ”stećci”), as well as all the other places impossible to look up by food in one day.
Beside pleasure and recreation, you can also organize some sporting activities by quads, considering that in this sense the quads driving belongs to extreme sports.
Gyrocopter is a kind of airplane and helicopter hybrid aircraft operated by an horizontal rotor. It was designed by the Spanish engineer and aeronautical enthusiast Juan de la Cierva, and the first model had its first maiden flight in 1923.
Gyrocopter can fly at pretty slow speed and it is much more tolerant to weather conditions than any other aircraft. Being the only aircraft enabling undisturbed taking photos in all directions with no obstructions by wings or cockpit, gyrocopter provides the highest takeoff safety compared to any other aircraft.
Near the old village Blagaj, southeast of Mostar, the Buna river spring flows out of a 200m cliff wall and creates a beautiful, crystal clear, extremely cold and 9 km long river that flows into the Neretva. This place is an important part of a rich cultural and historical heritage of Bosnia and Herzegovina and a site of great tourist attendance.FROM