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5 MUST-SEE WATERFALLS IN BOSNIA

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In this year, if you are planning on traveling throughout Europe, make sure to add Bosnia and Herzegovina on you bucket list. Among many amazing and stunning sightseeing places,  you absolutely have to visit waterfalls in Bosnia. These gems are leaving all people who vists them breathless. Bosnia, with these amazing waterfalls, is surely Paradise on Earth.

Top 5 Waterfalls in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Top 5 Waterfalls in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Here are top 5 must-see waterfalls in Bosnia and Herzegovina:

 

#1 ŠTRBAČKI BUK

 

Besides cave diving, rafting, hiking and mountain biking, when it comes to National Park Una, all spotlight goes to the most beautiful waterfall in this part of the world. This 24 m long beauty will leave you breathless. It’s surely a jaw-dropping view.

Una National Park - Štrbački buk
Una National Park – Štrbački buk

Štrbački buk waterfalls is near the villages of  Kulen Vakuf and Orašac. This waterfall consist of several other waterfalls in the proximity. Natural waterfalls Štrbački buk constantly attracts nature lovers and many other tourist.

Una National Park - 5 must see Waterfalls in Bosnia
Una National Park – 5 must see Waterfalls in Bosnia

 

 

#2 KRAVICE

 

Even tho Štrbački buk is the most beautiful waterfall, I’d say that Kravice are the most popular. Many people who come to Bosnia often decide to see the other part of the country which is Herzegovina. One of the check points on Herzegovina tours and Mostar tours from Sarajevo is indeed Kravice waterfall. This large tufa cascade on the Trebižat River 25m high and 120m wide. It’s around 40 km south of Mostar and worth visiting.

Kravice Waterfall - 5 must see Waterfalls in Bosnia
Kravice Waterfall – 5 must see Waterfalls in Bosnia

#3 JAJCE

 

Personally my favourite on the list of “5 must see waterfalls in Bosnia” is an amazing waterfall located in the city of Jajce. Jajce has enormously rich history from Roman Empire period to Bosnian Kingdom to Ottoman Empire to Austro-Hungarian Empire and even nowdays it was very important city.

Jajce waterfall (summer) - 5 must see waterfalls in Bosnia
Jajce waterfall (summer) – 5 must see waterfalls in Bosnia

Huge fortress takes away the spotlight but nonetheless, Jajce waterfall is mesmerizing. One of the check point on Jajce-Travnik tour from Sarajevo is this waterfall beauty. I highly recommend that you check it out.

Jajce Waterfall
Jajce Waterfall (winter) – 5 Must See Waterfalls in Bosnia

 

 

#4 SKAKAVAC

 

Located only 12 km away from the capital city, this is favourite waterfall of Sarajevo citizens. Sakakavac is a natural phenomenon and it’s 98m high. This is second highest waterfall in the entire Europe. Surroundings of this waterfall is ideal for walking, running, very cute date in the nature, mountain biking or just enjoying in the nature. Many Sarajevo tours have this breathtaking waterfall on their list and I am sure every Sarajevo guide would be more than a glad to show you way to this natural waterfall.

skakavac waterfall near Sarajevo - 5 Must See Waterfalls in Bosnia
skakavac waterfall near Sarajevo – 5 Must See Waterfalls in Bosnia

 

#5 BLIHA FALLS

 

This beautiful waterfall, often called Blihin Skok by the locals, is located 14 km from the city of Sanski-Most, in northwestern Bosnia and Herzegovina. Water drops from 56m high cliff. Bliha waterfall is designated as natural monument since 1965.

Bliha waterfalls
Bliha waterfalls – 5 Must See Waterfalls in Bosnia

 

Author: Zehra Bučo

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