Discover Europe’s largest primeval forest at Mount Maglić, within Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Sutjeska National Park. Perućica, covering 1,434 hectares, is one of only two remaining primeval forests in Europe. Named the “lungs of Europe,” it boasts 300-year-old trees, a 20,000-year history, and the stunning 70-meter Skakavac waterfall. Recognized by UNESCO, it’s a strictly protected natural reserve with over 170 tree species and diverse wildlife. Explore Perućica’s dense beauty with guidance from Sutjeska National Park, marveling at panoramic viewpoints and the majestic Skakavac waterfall.
Uncover the enchanting secret of Mostarska Bijela Canyon in Bosnia and Herzegovina. This hidden gem, formed by the Bijela River, beckons nature lovers and adventurers with its pristine waters winding through untouched landscapes. Explore the awe-inspiring canyon, leading to an 80-meter cave where a mesmerizing waterfall awaits. Traverse the icy waters and witness nature’s wonders. Visit between May and June for optimal conditions, bring a headlamp, and let Mostarska Bijela Canyon unveil Bosnia’s captivating beauty. Embark on an unforgettable journey into the heart of this natural marvel.
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Discover Bosnia & Herzegovina @ lll.ba (@discover_bosnia_herzegovina) …Sarajevo-Mostar train is among world best railway journeys… The train route between Mostar & Sarajevo offers a scenic journey through the heart of Bosnia & Herzegovina. The approximately 2.5-hour train ride takes you through beautiful landscapes, including mountains, valleys,
Discover Bosnia and Herzegovina’s mysterious stone spheres, with the largest weighing an impressive 37 tons. Scattered globally, these enigmatic formations in Zavidovići captivate with precise shapes and unknown origins. Theories suggest meteorite remnants or ancient craftsmanship. Locals share intriguing stories of improved well-being, drawing visitors seeking vitality. Couples struggling with conception find hope near these mystical spheres. Uncover the captivating tales and mystery of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s stone spheres, promising intrigue and whispers of well-being in an ancient wonderland.
Unearth the hidden beauty of Sand Pyramids near Foča, Bosnia & Herzegovina, just 9 km from the city. Composed of sandy clay shaped by wind and rain, these unique geological wonders resemble pyramids in Tyrol, Italy-Austria, Colorado, USA and Devil’s Town, Serbia. Explore nature’s artistic masterpiece on the outskirts of Foča and be captivated by this exceptional landscape.
Discover the enchanting Bunski kanali, where the Neretva River converges with the Buna tributary over a limestone barrier. This picturesque natural wonder, located near Mostar, offers a unique experience for nature enthusiasts. Explore the site and witness the river’s transformation from a narrow channel to a wider riverbed, showcasing the beauty of Bosnia’s landscapes. Don’t miss the opportunity to visit the source of the Buna River in Blagaj while you’re here.
Bobijaško Oko is a small but enchanting lake located in the mountainous region of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Situated near the village of Bobija, this natural gem is tucked away amidst dense forests, creating a serene and picturesque setting. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vladimir Tadić (@svjetlopis) Bobijaško Oko, which translates to
Just 40 kilometers away from Banja Luka, in the canyon of a cold and fast mountain river that springs from beneath Mount Čemernica, there are waterfalls, caves, and several whirlpools. Many haven’t heard of this still untouched natural beauty near Kneževo, but those who have visited this magical place at least once always gladly return.
About 20 kilometers southeast of the center of Sarajevo, in Gornje Pale at the foot of Mount Jahorina, at an altitude of 1,010 meters, the Paljanska Miljacka springs forth. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Ukrainian from Sarajevo (@ilialexanderson) About 13 kilometers further, in the village of Dovlici, it merges with the
The Pliva Spring is a natural wonder located near the town of Jajce in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is a stunning karst spring that serves as the source of the Pliva River, a tributary of the Vrbas River. The Pliva Spring is known for its crystal-clear turquoise water, which is incredibly pure and cold. It