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National Park Sutjeska

In the municipality of Foča, you will find one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Balkans – the National Park Sutjeska. The Sutjeska National Park is the largest and oldest national park in Bosnia and Herzegovina and is home to one of the most diverse ecosystems in Southeast Europe. It is the habitat of the last rainforest in Europe and the highest mountain in BiH that proudly rises above. Within the depths of the Perućica rainforest, often called the “lungs of Europe”, you will find the astonishing Skakavac waterfall, running with its nearly 100 meters of height. It is one of the largest waterfalls in the Balkans.

NP Una

The Una River is one of the most beautiful rivers in Bosnia and Herzegovina and is the fourth largest river in the country. Forming the natural border between Croatia and BiH, Una flows with a total length of 212 kilometres. The beauty of the Una River is indescribable to many, and it is a favourite place for swimming and enjoying adrenaline adventures. Picturesque, with enchanting colours and crystal clear water, Una creates an abundance of waterfalls, rapids, and cascades. The Una International Regatta is also held on the Una, attracting a large number of tourists from all over the world every year.

National Park Kozara

Part of the Mountain Kozara was declared as a National Park in 1967, with an area of 3494.51 ha. It is located about 50 km northwest of Banja Luka and covers the central part of the mountain, whose central plateau is dominated by the area of Mrakovica.

National Park Kozara

Part of the Mountain Kozara was declared as a National Park in 1967, with an area of 3494.51 ha. It is located about 50 km northwest of Banja Luka and covers the central part of the mountain, whose central plateau is dominated by the area of Mrakovica.

National Park Sutjeska

National Park Sutjeska is the oldest and largest national park in BiH, which is by it’s natural values ​​and beauties the pearl of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It covers the area of ​​Sutjeska with strict natural reserve Perućica, parts of the mountains Maglić (2386 m – the highest peak in BiH), Volujak, Vučevo and Zelengora. Thanks to the outstanding natural values ​​and their preservation, since 2000, NP Sutjeska has been included in II category of IUCN (UN Department of Nature and Natural Resources). NP Sutjeska is the most diverse complex of ecosystems on the territory of BiH and one of the most diverse in the area of ​​Southeast Europe. The entire area of ​​the park is distinguished by the exceptional beauty and diversity of landscape shapes – from pitiful valleys, dense forest complexes, mountain pastures to high mountain massifs. On Zelengora there are eight glacial lakes – “mountain eyes”, and what also characterizes this area are the deep canyons of Sutjeska, Hrčavka and Jabučnica, clear mountain rivers rich in river trout. It is a very valuable and rich pool of wildlife and rare plant species, many of which are endemic. In the very heart of the Park there is also a strict natural reserve Perućica (1434 ha), the most well-known and the biggest rainforest in Europe, in which since any establishment of a national park is strictly forbidden any kind of human intervention. In the territory of the national park Sutjesk there are numerous monuments of older and recent history.
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