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Team building winter

Two day program for Kupres sports center

We invite you to a winter teambuilding program in ethno villages where you can indulge in winter recreational activities. Experience all the beauty of winter joys in Bosnia and Herzegovina!                                                                                                                                                             

KUPRES Sports Center
There are two sports ski centers on Mount Vrana at Čajuša and Stožer (Kupres Municipality), which is also the highest Kupres peak. We have selected for you the first center located at 1200 m above sea level, and for at least five months during the year these centers are covered with snow.

Two day program for Rostovo sports center

 We invite you to a winter teambuilding program in ethno villages where you can indulge in winter recreational activities. Experience all the beauty of winter joys in Bosnia and Herzegovina!                                                                                                                                                             

Sports centre ROSTOVO
The Rostovo Sports and Recreation Center was opened in 1984 for the needs of the Winter Olympic Games in Sarajevo. The center was renovated to European standards in 2006, and since it is located at 1160 m above sea level in a clean and untouched nature, this area is also known as an air spa.


Two day program for Vlašić sports center

We invite you to a winter teambuilding program in ethno villages where you can indulge in winter recreational activities. Experience all the beauty of winter joys in Bosnia and Herzegovina!

VLAŠIĆ Sports Center
Mount Vlasic is located in what is now Bosnia, and ranges from 1,000 to 1,900 m above sea level
Heights. It is a winter tourism center in BiH, popular for its ski resort, Vlasic cheese, the Bosnian dog "Tornjak" and the type of sheep "Pramenka". Locals believe that the mountain was named after the shepherd nomads of Vlachs. They lived and farmed there their herds from the Roman Empire until the end of the 19th century.