What should I pack for one of your photo tours?

The clothing you will need will depend greatly on the season during your visit here and specific tour you’ve chosen. Our general recommendation is to dress in layers and pack as light as possible. Lighter alternatives that are warm, wrinkle free, and light are your best bet. p.s. Don’t forget to pack your camera!

How far in advance do I need to book?

The rule of thumb is: The sooner the better. I have no way to know when other people will book, so it’s hard to know if and when the tour will be booked. My advice is to book as soon as you’ve made the decision to travel, that way your spot is secured.

I only have EUR, is it a problem to pay for tour in that currency?

That’s not a problem. You can pay in EUR, BAM or even in Japanese JENs!  

How fit do I need to be?

The Tours are designed to be enjoyed by anyone who is reasonably fit. 

How safe are my belongings whilst on the trip?

While I take all the precautions I can to make sure your belongings are safe, we are travelling to some exciting destinations that are sometimes home to some pretty crafty thieves. Travel insurance is a must and a lockable bag or money belt will always help too. Even though street crime rate in Bosnia and Herzegovina is lower than in most of European cities I always advice my guests to never leave their camera gear unattended and don’t flash large sums of cash when making purchases.

Is this a typical group tour?

The short answer is… No! 

This is a small private group tour – up to 3 guests. The reason why it is small is because I believe that only up to that number of guests I can obtain quality photography guidance to each participant.  

What type of ground transportation is used?

That depends from a tour. There is no need for any kind of transportation on a Sarajevo photography tour while for Mostar and Lukomir one we will use either my personal car or 4×4 vehicle.  

I’m a vegetarian, is that a problem?

No, that’s not a problem – not only vegetarians but vegans can do any of these photo tours!