We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The Tripadvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.

Olympic Center Jahorina

77 Reviews
Sorry, there are no tours or activities available to book online for the date(s) you selected. Please choose a different date.

Olympic Center Jahorina

77 Reviews
Sorry, there are no tours or activities available to book online for the date(s) you selected. Please choose a different date.
Top Selling Tours & Activities in and around Jahorina
from $32.98
More Info
from $124.14
More Info
from $90.77
More Info
Full view
Location
Contact
Jahorina Bosnia and Herzegovina
Best nearby
8Restaurantswithin 5 miles
0Other Attractionswithin 5 miles
Get to know the area
9D8N Bosnian Winter Holiday (Winter with Funky Tours)
Cultural Tours

9D8N Bosnian Winter Holiday (Winter with Funky Tours)

1 review
Would you dare spending winter holidays in Bosnia and Herzegovina? Would you dare to break the usual routine and instead of famous and heavily expensive European winter destinations, visit one completely, new but equally good, unexplored, safe and totally cheap?<br><br>We shall combine winter activities such as snowshoeing, snow-powder hiking or regular winter skiing with most famous cultural and leisure destinations in Bosnia &amp; Herzegovina.<br><br>In this amazing 9D8N itinerary, we have created the optimum mix of culture and outdoor experiences in Bosnia and Herzegovina. All activities are suitable for anyone with normal, medium fitness.<br><br>The package is based on 4* accommodation /double/ twin room occupancy in combination with snow-covered lodges for one night. For single travellers we will provide single, non sharing rooms.
$1,396.49 per adult
77Reviews0Q&A
Traveler rating
  • 39
  • 22
  • 7
  • 3
  • 6
Traveler type
Time of year
Language
  • More
Selected filters
  • Filter
  • English
Popular mentions
Mojca IŠ wrote a review Mar 2021
Ljubljana, Slovenia94 contributions13 helpful votes
We visited Jahorina for a week in the middle of March 2021. We knew that this is a very small ski resort with only 25 km of slopes, however, we expected that skiing will be ok since they hosted Olympic games in 1984. Unfortunately, we could not ski on Olympic slalom in 6 days at all and we could only ski on Olympic downhill and giant slalom for one day. The reason for closing half of ski resort from Monday to Friday was not lack of snow – there was a winter fairy tale with much more than 1 m of snow - but lower number of skiers. Although only 3 red pistes were open during the week, there were some hours, when we enjoyed skiing, e.g. one morning we had fresh powder, however, skiing on only 3 pistes is not an option for weekly skiing holidays for advanced skier. In addition, there was extremely thick fog and strong wind at the top of both working chairlifts (Poljice and Ogorjelica I) almost all the time. Once it took us as much as 30 minutes to get to the top with the Poljica chairlift. In the meantime, it stopped at least 20 times because of the strong wind. It was frightening, since I read on TripAdvisor that Jahorina has problems with electricity in such conditions. On the contrary, closed chairlift Skocine along Olympic downhill and giant slalom had almost no wind and fog these days and skiing would be much safer there. I e-mailed questions to OC Jahorina every day, why half the ski resort is closed. They excused themselves that the tracks were closed due to some competition, but there was definitely no competition that would last 5 days on all closed tracks. We got information from ski instructor and restaurant owner that the reason for the closure of half of the ski resort was smaller number of skiers. This was confirmed on Saturday when they opened entire ski resort as many locals came to ski. We did not ski that day anymore, as we had to travel 600 km back home. In general, our skiing holidays was ok because Jahorina has beautiful nature, great restaurants along the slopes and also excellent hotels. All of this is also very inexpensive in comparison with the Alps. Skiing could also be ok - although ski resort is 10 or more times smaller from resorts in the Alps, where we usually spend our skiing holidays - if they only opened the whole ski area. In current conditions, I would only recommend Jahorina to beginners or families with small children. Keeping lifts and pistes closed because of smaller number of skiers is something completely unacceptable and also against the condition under which they sell ski-pass. This is something I have never seen before and I ski for a very long time and have been to more than 40 ski resorts. I’m really sorry for all hotels and restaurants, because they’re all doing very good job and could have more weekly guests, if OC Jahorina provided their services normally.
Read more
Date of experience: March 2021
Helpful
Share
Tom wrote a review Jan 2021
Lake Tahoe (California), California10 contributions384 helpful votes
Jahorina is one of the best winter places to visit in Bosnia and Herzegowina.Hotels was good as well food and staff.
Read more
Date of experience: January 2021
32 Helpful votes
Helpful
Share
Kasia wrote a review Dec 2020
1 contribution1 helpful vote
Terrible place. I'm totally disappointed. They have permanent problem with the electricity when snow falls. Open one lift on diesel, some hotels has own electricity, apartment stays without light, heating, and internet. Later, when electricity back they still didn't open any lifts. So... Olimpic Centar this is just a name. Everything close but they didn't want back money. Services, and communication with customers is simply terrible. Typical homosovseticus - if you're in holiday you cannot complain for anything. I paid full ticket for ski for few days and I didn't got any ski days, because everything was close! After big argue with directors of Olimpic Centar they have back to us 70% what we paid. Undeveloped country. Thieves! I will not recommend for anybody this place.
Read more
Date of experience: December 2020
Helpful
Share
Amar H wrote a review Dec 2020
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina2 contributions1 helpful vote
As the first opened in Europa for20/21, they have been suprised by snow in Decembar, since they are opened from 03.12.On the 27.12.2020, after a day of snowing 20-30cm, situation zero, zero.As snow resort guest who is coming up by car to get there at 10h in the morning, I was praying all the way up to resort because they have not clean the road since yesterday.21th year of 21th with no electricity no generators, no coffee, no candels in wc, no we sorry, excuse, no hot cup of tea, no alternatives but sit and wait for gods mercy or powerfull electrician.Not the first neither the last time same issue. unbelievable The main cheef of resort have been inviting the guests since june for winter season 20/21. with tears in his eays we are open and ready, the words of mastermind who had been suprised with 30cm of fresh snow on 26-27.12.2020.Anyway do not watch snow but electric report if you are going to visit Jahorina and stash beside wax, edge tool, screw driver, Electric Tester Pen in any case prepare your self for skiing
Read more
Date of experience: December 2020
Helpful
Share
SanyiKumar wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom134 contributions46 helpful votes
Great Ski place, modern facilities, world class. I was surprised to see how helpful people were. Things are not cheep as you would expect being in Bosnia.
Read more
Date of experience: February 2020
1 Helpful vote
Helpful
Share
Previous