Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some answers to the questions we receive the most regarding our services.
If we missed anything, please do not hesitate to contact us. We’ll be happy to help
Who arranges flights?
ll Ski Sarajevo guests need to arrange their own flights – this is due to the fact that our guests fly in from all over the world (mostly UK, Ireland, Scandinavia, Germany, Dubai and Turkey). However, our knowledgeable staff at our Bristol office (UK) are always available by phone, email or social media to help you with tips and advice. A good place to start is our Getting There page, as new, more affordable flight routes are coming into Bosnia-Herzegovina every year!
I want to book the 7-night trip from Sarajevo airport. How does the transfer work?
Simply send your exact flight details to our Ski Sarajevo staff by email. Our Ski Sarajevo Representative will meet you in Arrivals at Sarajevo airport and will be holding a SKI SARAJEVO sign. Transfer to the mountain takes 45 mins.
I want to book the 7-night trip from Dubrovnik airport. How does the transfer work?
Please send your exact flight details to our Ski Sarajevo staff by email. Our Ski Sarajevo Representative will meet you in Arrivals at Dubrovnik airport and will be holding a SKI SARAJEVO sign. Important: the Dubrovnik transfer is much longer than the Sarajevo airport transfer – 2.5 hrs to Mostar, with lunch and free time there. The Mostar to Jahorina transfer takes about 3 hours.
What time do the ski lifts open and close?
The ski lifts open at 9AM and the last lift goes up the mountain at around 4PM.
How much is it to hire skis/snowboards?
Ski/Snowboard Rental is around 16 Euros per day.
Can I hire ski clothing?
No, you will need to bring your own ski clothing.
Are helmets and goggles included?
No. Helmets can be hired (about 5 Euros per day) and goggles can be bought locally.