Corridor 100 is imagined as a kind of journey through Bosnian history and culture, such as material remain of Bogumils culture – tombstones, that represents the biggest historical phenomenon in this area. Beside this cultural and historic aspect, Corridor 100 will take you to some of the most interesting geographical spots of our country. You will witness places of untouched nature, breath the most fresh air in 800-1000 meters height above sea level and have a pleasure to enjoy the magnificent river sites.

The Corridor 100 project was initiated because of the sad fact of Bosnian reality, the fact that Bosnian youth is under bad influence of modern society such as criminal act and drug abuse. But, they are not the only one to be blamed for the circumstances they have found themselves in. One of the major reasons for this kind of problems is also the lack of any youth program that could eventually occupy their interest.

Because of all these reasons we have decided to start project and to bring our history, culture, tradition and sport to one unique place, in one unique way.
There are several ways you can experience Corridor 100. You can ride Ca-Am four wheel motorbikes or drive Ski-Doo motor sled, or if you are not this adventurous, you can take this journey on by bicycle or by foot. One thing is for sure – you will enjoy it anyway.

 
 
 
 
 

Tourist tour on Can Am four wheel motorbike

Minor tour (only for starters)

Starting point is recreation Center from where we ride motorbikes (and motor sleds in winter time) to our first stop at tombstone necropolis. After a short break we continue our ride through the forest and our nest stop is Blatnica river spring. After a longer break we go back the same way we came.

Minor tour (only for fearless)

Starting point is recreation Center from where we ride motorbikes (and motor sleds in winter time) to our first stop at tombstone necropolis. After the short break we continue our ride through the boggy forest road, especially made for  for Can-Am bikes and our next stop is Blatnica river spring. After a longer break we go back the same way we came.

Minor tour lenght: 10km.
Duration: approximately 2 hours

ENGINE (ccm)

 

PRICE

 

ccm. 150 50,00 KM
ccm. 250 50,00 KM
ccm. 400 70,00 KM (for co-driver 30,00 KM)
ccm. 650 70,00 KM (for co-driver 30,00 KM)


Major tour (only for starters)

This tour includes complete minor tour for starters with one additional ride. From the Bltanica river we drive to Bijambare cave, where we stay for a while and than we are going back to Recreational Center.

Major tour (only for fearless)

This tour includes complete minor tour for fearless with one additional ride. From the Bltanica river we drive to Bijambare cave, where we stay for a while and than we are going back to Recreational Center.

Major tour lenght: 24km.
Duration: approximately 5 hours
ENGINE (ccm)

 

PRICE

 

ccm. 150 100,00 KM
ccm. 250 100,00 KM
ccm. 400 130,00 KM (for co-driver 65,00 KM)
ccm. 650 130,00 KM (for co-driver 65,00 KM)




One group must have at least four drivers. For groups of less than four drivers cpecial price is formed.

In one tour is possible to organize a group of 11 people, 7 drivers and 4 co-driver.
Tours can be organized each day by telephone appointment only.


Within all tours lunch can be arranged. Enjoy the "grandmother's" pie (any) and homemade yogurt (10KM price per person, with previous telephone appointment only).

INFO:
+387 33 425 100
+387 62 33 11 88




Bogumils

Word Bogumil has origin in Slavic language. First Bogumils arrived from Bulgaria. Their movement spread to Serbia over Macedonia territory. Back in that time Serbia was under Byzantine rule, and had to obey their military orders. Since Bogumils refused to take part in wars, they were cruelly punished by Serbian government and that’s why they moved to Bosnia and Hum over Drina river. They settled in Bosnia and Herzegovina and after a while their religion became leading religion in this area, accepted by all Bosnian rulers.

Tombstones/Stećci

Stećak is significant material remain of Bogumils culture. It’s common name for medieval tombstone, that represents Bosnian middle age history.
Today in Bosnia and Herzegovina still exist over 50 000 tombstones, and they are very well preserved. These tombstones are dating back to 14th, 15th and 16th century.
Most of these   tombstones today exist in Herzegovina (Bileća, Stolac, trebinje, Gacko). The most famous necropolis is Radimlja near Stolac, And the most famous tombstone is Zgošćanski stećak found in Kakanj region.
Tombstones are usually decorated with scenes from life, hunt and joust, or inscription in Bosančica.

On the Brus hill, in Ilijaš municipality, not far away from Vrutci village (documented in some older literature as Sudići village), today exist necropolis with 28 tombstones, 6 grave stone, 5 coffin and 17 sarcophagus. All of these material remain of Bogumil culture are very well preserved and they are recognized by by 3 fundament tombstones which is considered to be rarity.

Bijambare

Bijambare area has recently become one of fifth category protected zone because of its natural beauty and resources. Protected area is located on the far north-eastern slopes of Sarajevo district and Ilijaš, a small town near Sarajevo. It’ accessible by the main road Sarajevo-Tuzla, from which an Asphalt road branches out leading toward a mountain home and especially known Bijambare cave. large parts of these caves are open to visitors. Optimum height above sea level (950 m on average), thick confer woods, meadows, two water flows with lakes, five caves, rocky massif and high quality air provide ideal conditions for alpinism, speleology, skiing, mushroom picking, or simply for natural excursions and visits.
Middle part of Bijambare is a karts enclave with all it’s commonly observed characteristics: caves, lost rivers, and rocky massifs. There are five caves located in three horizons, in a pretty small area. One of these caves is especially popular – the Bijambare cave, which has been popular tourist spot and a speleological site for a long time.
Lenght of the cave is 420 m (basic direction without individual branches).
It has four halls with rich ornaments of all know creation forms: lateral blocks, stalactites. casts, stalagmites and curtains.
The fourth hall is the biggest (around 60m in diameter and 15-30 m in height. It is also called the “musical hall” for its acoustic effects.

Rivers in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina is one of rare European countries known for its beautiful natural resources in rivers. Because of this unique beauty, tourists find Bosnia as a great place to visit, while domestic population takes pleasure in water sports. River Blatnica is a good example of this natural beauty and true personification of untouched conserved nature. Because of all these attributes we selected this river to be part of Corridor, so you can witness this beautiful gift of nature. Enjoy yourself!