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Excellent experience with wonderful people. Recommended.

A great day. There were only the two of us on our cooking class which was fabulous. We were picked up at our apartment in Dubrovnik for the drive south to the family farm where the class was held. On the drive our wonderful driver provided a lot if info on the areas we were driving through including historical details from Roman to more recent events and current farming developments. Upon arrival we were welcomed by our delightful hosts as if we were friends dropping in for regular visit. We prepared our food in the kitchen talking and working with various family members who came and went. The farm come restaurant is mostly self sufficient growing almost all the food they need from eags, meat, vegetables, fruit, olives (they make their own olive oil) and grapes. And, yes they also make their own wine and spirits. Cheese is sourced from a cousin living nearby. The family proudly shared their history (they've been there since at least 1536) and how they maintain their way of life.

Vidokrug's Private Sarajevo Tour Guided by Besam is My New Favorite

Vidokrug's Private Tour of Sarajevo and Mostar includes a great itinerary and Besam, my tour guide, made it a wonderful experience. Despite my booking the tour the night before, Besam arrived promptly and cheerfully at 6 am, which made it pleasant from start. Besam, whose English is perfect, conveyed a great deal of fascinating information as part of a conversation rather than a lecture. He convinced me to climb to top of the mosque in Mostar by persuading me that the view was worth overcoming my fear of heights and reassuring me that he would help me do it. A local guide lead an amazing tour of Sarajevo, including the Tunnel of Hope, the 1984 Winter Olympics sites, and the bridge where the Archduke's assassination sparked WWI. After a delicious and authentic dinner, we had a pleasant discussion while Besam expertly drove the curvy route home. At the end, I felt like I was saying good-bye to a friend. I plan to take Vidokrug's private 2-day Albania tour guided by Besam.

Experience Split in a more fun and interesting way!

First off, our host Olga was amazing! She was prompt, energetic, and always had an answer to our questions. We started off the day navigating a very busy market, enjoying some of the best bread and prosciutto I've ever had. She told us all about the unique differences in all the Croatian foods we had, the tasting notes to look for, and the process behind everything. Walking through town, we got all the history of the old city and how the town has changed throughout the centuries. We ended with a delicious lunch where she took us again through all the unique characteristics to look for. What a fantastic way to start our time in Split! When I go back, I'll know what to look for. Thanks Olga!

Nice tour but long delays at the border crossings

Both the waterfalls and Mostar are worth visiting. Our guide was excellent and friendly. The problem is the time it takes to get through not one, but three border crossings on the way there are then three more on the way back. We waited sometimes up to 30-45 minutes as large tour buses were processed. As a result the time spent at the waterfalls and Mostar felt a bit rushed. This is no fault of the tour company but We ended up spending considerably more time in the bus than on the ground touring. Overall I still think it’s worth the visit but wished we had spent more time at each location.

Loved Mostar wish we could have stayed longer!

So pleased we took the tour, loved Mostar with is vibrant atmosphere, lots of little shops and restaurants at great prices compared to Dubrovnik. Wear flat shoes as the Bridge is very slippery & the town has rounded cobblestones. Go down to the river area to get great photos of the famous bridge. The waterfalls at Krevace were stunning but it was so very busy / only a short stay there but enough for a break & photo opportunities. Our guide was lovely & gave lots of information & explained about Bosnia-Hercegovina, we would definitely recommend