|Una National Park is defined by the unspoiled river that runs through it. Just an hour from Zagreb, the Una offers crystal clear water and world class river rafting.The River Una’s stunning waterfalls and white water rapids highlight Bosnia and Herzegovina’s newest National Park. The most famous waterfalls are those at Martin Brod, where the popular International Una Regatta, a kayaking competition, begins.|
Throughout the park, visitors can enjoy prime conditions for rafting, fishing, cycling, hiking, and camping. Jumping from the city bridges in neighboring Bihac and Bosanska Krupa is also popular.
Una National Park is also noted for its marvelous biodiversity, with 30 fish species, 130 bird species, and other animals, including lynx, fox, wolf, bear and chamois.
Visitors more interested in the area’s rich cultural-historic heritage of this area can visit some of the countless archaeological sites, many dating from the prehistoric period. Among the historical treasures of the region are the Roman fort Milanceva Kula, Rmanj monastery, several medieval fortresses and the Old Town of Ostrozac.
Located in the northwest of the country, Una National Park is just an hour’s drive from Zagreb and within easy reach of Budapest, Ljubljana and Vienna. Its proximity to Pljesavica mountain virgin forest, and Croatia’s Plitvice National Park make this a top destination for visitors seeking unspoiled nature.
Accommodations are widely available throughout the region, including the nearby town of Bihac. Visitors interested in the Regatta are advised to book ahead of time.