Bosnian Pyramid Visit

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In 2005, Dr Sam Osmanagic discovered Bosnian pyramids and named them as the Bosnian Pyramid of Sun, Moon, Dragon, Love and Temple of Mother Earth. This discovery sparked the great interest around the Globe and thousands of researchers and volunteers are coming every year to help, to measure, to experience or simply to be there.
We invite you to come with us on that spiritual journey discovering Bosnian Pyramids by yourself and essentially, discovering many aspects of yourself in the light of pyramids.
We are planning to meditate on the top of Pyramid of Sun on Summer Solstice. Also, we will visit all other pyramids, underground tunnels interconnecting them.
One of the highlights of our trip is the visit of ancient megaliths in Daorson.

Nine day trip to Bosnia to experience Solar Solstice on the top of Pyramid of Sun, to visit ancient megaliths and beautiful cities of Mostar, Pocitelj, Sarajevo
June 15th - June 23rd flying from Toronto to Sarajevo and back
Accommodations with continental breakfast in beautiful hotels in Sarajevo and Visoko.

Dedicated bus transportation for the group

For early registration, more information about the trip, please call us at
647-333-2563 or
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Here is brief outline of places we will visit:



30 km from Sarajevo
Guided by Dr Osmanagich visting Bevledere, Tunnel Ravne and Pyramid of Sun you will become familiar with full story of discovery, process of excavations, similarities and interconnectedness with other pyramids around the world and much more. Also You will visit and directly experience for yourself current state of excavations, magic of tunnels and its monoliths, freshness and richness of the air with huge concentration of negative ions, surrounded with friendly volunteers, leading archeologists and numerous visitors from all over the world.
Guided by Dr Osmanagich visiting Pyramid Of Moon and Tumulus Vratnice you will expand knowledge and enrich experience and concept of first stairs pyramid in the world, and as well as the world of tumulus with focus on its structure, process of excavations, discovery of inner chambers and numerous layers conically shaped all way to the top of tumulus. Once on pick of it ,where 4 scientists independently detected electromagnetic beam, ~28 khz frequency range, brief meditation individually or collectively is suggested.

Please listen what Justin from Oakville is saying about his stay in Bosnian Pyramid Valley where he volunteered for three months in 2010 and 2011:




60km from Sarajevo
-The highland villages on Bjelasnica, and Umoljani have long been famous for their folklore, organic food, traditional architecture, and lifestyle. Umoljani, with its quaint traditional mosque, eight watermills, Gradina summer village and numerous medieval tombstones, lies at the centre of this natural wonderland.
-The natural beauty of Umoljani and its surroundings are the most striking in the area. The remnants of ancient settlers can be found scattered around the village, with many medieval tombstones perched on high ridges. Then there is the nearby valley of Studeno Polje, a magical flower-filled place tucked behind the summer shepherd village of Gradina.
This visit would take the entire day from early morning to later afternoon.
Hiking would be included while we are there. learning the legends about village and meeting with locals and their traditional life style, tasting their home made food and more.



Visiting with professional guides Mostar and Pocitelj, historical and charming towns with rich history and culture. Very attractive and beautiful touristic destinations in Herzegovina.
120 km from Sarajevo
The city was named after a bridge around which it was built, on the banks of the Neretva River.

Mostar is the first cultural monument from Bosnia and Herzegovina on the UNESCO list of protected monuments of culture of the world.
The city is known for the famous Old Bridge, which was built in the 16th century.

160 km from Sarajevo
Presumably the builder of the fortified town and founder of suburban areas was the Bosnian king Stjepan Tvrtko I in 1383.

The fortified town complex – Pocitelj, was built in stages from 16th to 18th century. The preserved remnants made of stone make the architectural unit consisting of two phases: building during the Middle Ages and building during the Ottoman Empire reign.



Prokoško Lake is a lake 1670m above sea level. It’s located on Vranica Mountain at altitude of 1635 meters above sea level. Prokosko Lake is 426 meter long and 191 meter wide with maximum depth of 13 meters.
With high altitude climate and nice position the lake is considered to be one of the most beautiful locations in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Possibility to experience traditionally made food and services in some of their restaurants,

Day by day details of the trip will be posted soon