Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Vacation Trip: Bosnia and Serbia

My friend Carla said she wants to go with me on this exciting trip to Eastern Europe.  She came with me a few years ago to Vietnam and Cambodia.

"What do you enjoy the most? " I asked her.

She said, "The fact that we do stuff.  We see places I'd never see.  Meet people I'd never meet.  And, it's all arranged.  There's no sweat; just climb on the bus and see the world."

And that's so true.  When I go on vacations with friends I never see very much.   I intend to see something but it only occasionally happens.  But a tour is arranged.  Every day we see two or three places of interest and then eat in great restaurants.  Always I try to start the day at a reasonable time (9am) and get back to our hotel by 4pm for a swim or massage or simply to relax.  Then dinner at 7pm.
Work and play.   Spiritual balance.
Also, a complete day-to-day itinerary is now available on my website for you to see how wonderful the trip will be!  Visit my website, print everything out then call Shama and book your place.  The initial effort rests with making the call and reserving a place on our Spiritual Journey to Eastern Europe.  After that, the effort and planning fall on us. Trust me, you will not be disappointed.

 Belgrade / Sarajevo / Visegrad / Zlatibor  / Petrovaradin Fortress

Selected Highlights: Sarajevo is the capital city of (the state of) Bosnia and Herzegovina which is surrounded by beautiful landscapes and mountains. Sightseeing will consist of four city municipalities: Old City, Center, New City and New Sarajevo then off to Mostar and Medjugorje.

Medjugorgie: See the historical famous bridge from all angles and learn about the incredible story of Medjugorje and how it has become one of the largest Catholic pilgrimages sites in the world.

Sarganska Osmica: Enjoy a ride on the incredible railway that connects Western Serbia and Eastern Bosnia which is one of the many must-see a tourist attractions.

Visiting the ethno village of Sirogojno known as 'Old Village' , an open air museum where beautiful authentic handcrafted arts and souvenirs are made and elements of life collected from the 19th century remain.

Also: Visit old monasteries from the 13th, 14th and 15th centuries, The Fortress where the 7,000 year old rivers of the Sava and Danube meet in Belgrade,   A Serbian Orthodox Cathedral built in 1834, The Regional Museum, the "Gibraltar of Danube" located across from the Danube and tour a historical vineyard in Topola, just to name a few.

Dates: September 23   - October 5, 2013

Price: $3,460 per person - Price includes: International Airfare, Luxury Hotels, Meals, Entrance Fees to all the attractions  and Transportation. (Price does not include Taxes and Fuel Surcharges approx $610).

Make that commitment and contact Rama Tours!
Contact Shama Kapur at  800.835.7262  /

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