Cycling tour operator Spice Roads from Bangkok, offers this year 10-day tourist tour by bicycle through Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Montenegro, writes BH news agency Patria.
As they state in their offer, this journey is intended for all those who want to unite cycling, and at the same time to enjoy in beautiful regions of these countries and learn about the rich culture and tradition.
Journey starts from the Herzegovinian gem Trebinje where participants will enjoy in the beauty of this city, welcome dinner, and will stay there two days.
On third day they will move towards Croatia, and beautiful regions of Adriatic sea and Dalmatia will take their breath away. On the fourth day they are in Dubrovnik and Cavtat, and then move towards Montenegro where they will stay until the tenth day. They will visit Budva, Cetinje, Herceg Novi, national parks, rivers etc.
Cyclists will ride through roads, hills, tunnels, railroad, and will enjoy in the views to towers, churches, picturesque villages, vineyards and other beautiful regions. At each point at which they stay, they will try local cuisine and feel the tradition and culture of those regions.
All participants will experience the bike ride 367 km long that does not require special equipment. These tours will be organized in May, June, September and October.
Mountain bike through rugged valleys and historic settlements along the turquoise sea of the Dalmatian coastline while imagining the glory of past civilizations that have left their marks on these emerging nations.
Forget those war-torn years as today’s Bosnia and Herzegovina has returned to peace and is now inviting you to explore and witness its hidden treasures. With its breath-taking natural and cultural wealth, the country has emerged as one of the most popular destinations in the world. Croatia’s Dalmatian seafront is second to none and attracts sun-seekers from around the globe to enjoy its warm weather, balmy skies, and turquoise water.
Similarly, Montenegro’s azure coast is lined with many stunning destinations: the heavenly Bay of Kotor, the vibrant and contemporary Budva Riviera, and quaint and serene Virpazar. Castles, fortress walls, and relaxing fishing villages tucked between orchards and the sea make for a very picturesque cycling expedition.
Note that this trip’s total ascent is 6,467 m.