Through Bosnia & Herzegovina, Montenegro and Albania
|per rider in shared twin/double room||€1,999.00 $2,223.80 ?|
|per person single room (surcharge)||€399.00 $443.87 ?|
|Extra nights (optional):|
|Extra night before the start of the trip per person in a double/shared room with breakfast and local taxes||€43.00 $47.84 ?|
|Extra night before the start of the trip per person in a single room with breakfast and local taxes||€66.00 $73.42 ?|
|Extra night at the end of the trip per person in a double/shared room with breakfast and local taxes||€43.00 $47.84 ?|
|Extra night at the end of the trip per person in a single room with breakfast and local taxes||€66.00 $73.42 ?|
|English-speaking tour guide with motorcycle from/to Graz area during the whole tour|
|Support vehicle incl. motorcycle trailer or large transporter for luggage from/to Graz area|
|Morning tour briefing before departure|
|Daily tour accompaniment on all day tours|
|9 overnight stays in selected pensions, as well as in hotels of the good middle and top class - categories|
|including full board from/to Banja Luka, BiH with breakfast, lunch and dinner|
|Everything that is not listed under services|
|additional meals except according to services (e.g.: for arrival and return journey to/from Banja Luka)|
|Expenditure for personal needs|
|alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages|
|Minimum number of participants: 8 persons. If the minimum number of participants is not reached, we reserve the right to cancel the trip up to 3 weeks before the start of the trip.|
|Language: This offer is usually suitable for English and/or German speaking participants. We will gladly provide binding information upon request.|
|Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.|
Untouched nature, enchanting landscapes, great curves and even more beautiful gravel roads... If you then also make a stopover at the Adriatic Sea, are served delicious food and meet hospitable people, a dream trip for travel Enduro friends is born. Starting from Graz (A) we travel via Slovenia and Croatia to Bosnia & Herzegovina. There the Enduro fun begins, which takes us to Montenegro, Albania and via Montenegro back to Bosnia. The end of the trip is then back near Graz in Austria.
This tour is suitable for all those riders who have already gained some experience on narrow, winding gravel roads and dirt tracks and who can handle their touring enduro well off-road. Travel enduros of all sizes are welcome on this tour. The use of at least road and off-road suitable all-round tyres is a prerequisite, especially in wet conditions clearly off-road tyres (TKC 80, K 60 Scout) are of enormous advantage. This trip is not suitable for street bikes and enduros with pure asphalt tyres! Taking a passenger on the motorcycle would be possible, but is not recommended.
Day 1: Graz (AUT) - Slovenia - Croatia - Banja Luka (BiH) 380 km.
Meeting at the agreed starting point near Graz. After a first short meeting we start our journey together. Mainly on the motorway we go directly to Bosnia & Herzegovina to the capital of the constituent republic Srbska, to Banja Luka. After arrival we can take a leisurely stroll through the city. Overnight stay in Banja Luka (BiH)
TIP: There is a hotel at the starting point of the trip. For participants who have a further journey to Graz, it is advisable to arrive the day before and spend the night there. And for those who want to come to the start of the trip with a car and motorcycle trailer, the car can be parked at the hotel during the tour.
Day 2: Banja Luka - Medugorje (BiH) 220 km
Following the river Vrbas we ride south and reach Medugorje, one of the most famous pilgrimage places in Europe. Overnight stay in Medugorje (BiH).
50% paved road - 50% unpaved road
Day 3: Medugorje - Pluzine (MNE) 180 km
We spend the morning in the hills of Bosnia. Around noon we reach the border with Montenegro, one of the youngest states in Europe. Much of the country is covered by national parks, Montenegro is known for its rugged and green nature. Today we spend the night in a traditional rural guesthouse.
60% paved road - 40% unpaved road
Day 4: Pluzine - Savnik (MNE) 160 km
According to the UNESCO World Heritage List, Durmitor has been considered the largest national park in Montenegro since 1980 and one of the most beautiful in the world. It reaches an altitude of over 2,500 meters and includes many exciting gorges, caves and glacial lakes. On this day we will enjoy a refreshing picnic around Lake Piva. The rest of the day will be spent in the Savnik area, in the middle of the national park, we will again spend the night in a typical accommodation.
65% paved road - 35% unpaved road
Day 5: Savnik - Theth (ALB) 180 km
Today we pass the capital Podgorica and enter Albania. The country covers about 2300 hectares of wild mountain landscapes, hardly known by "normal tourists". The first part of the Teth Pass is asphalted and leads over breathtaking landscapes up to an altitude of 2,600 metres. On the other side there are no more asphalt roads and the landscape appears in a completely different light. We ride all the way down the slope deep into the valley and in the evening we are happy to find a simple but clean accommodation with friendly hosts.
65% paved road - 45% unpaved road
Day 6: Teth - Budva (MNE) 175 km
We continue through the national park and visit Teth lake. After that comes a technically more difficult gravel stage. At Shkoder Lake (in the national park of the same name) we will have our lunch and then continue towards the Adriatic Sea. Overnight stay in Budva (MNE) not far from the sea.
50% paved road - 50% unpaved road
Day 7: Budva - Nicsic (MNE) 150 km
After breakfast we arrive at the impressive bay of Kotor, from where we have a unique view over the whole country. Exciting curves accompany us until lunch. We continue through the Lovcen National Park and several tunnels until we finally reach Nicsic in the evening.
60% paved road - 40% unpaved road
Day 8: Nicsic - Mostar (BiH) 190 km
Today we ride back to Bosnia through quaint villages and on fairytale village roads. Our destination for the day will be the UNESCO city of Mostar, a pearl of the Balkans and best known for its famous bridge. In the evening we will walk through the old town and enjoy the atmosphere of this special city.
30% paved road - 70% unpaved road
Day 9: Mostar - Banja Luka (BiH) 240 km
On beautiful gravel roads and past water-rich glacier lakes we return to Banja Luka, where we spend our last evening together and in a cozy round the last days can pass in review.
Day 10: Banja Luka - Graz (A) 380 km
Unfortunately we have to say goodbye today. With many beautiful memories in the luggage we make ourselves again on the way home. Your guide will take you mostly on the motorway to the start of the tour near Graz.
End of the tour.
We reserve the right to change the daily schedule and the routes due to weather conditions or other unforeseen circumstances.