|This wild national park contains one Europe’s last primeval forests, secluded waterfalls, mountain lakes and wildlife such as bear, wolf and eagles.Sutjeska National Park is a wild and majestic reminder of what ancient Europe once looked like.|
The park's untrammeled terrain contains one of the continent's last primeval forests, Perucica, and Bosnia's highest peak, Maglic. Just a two hour drive from Sarajevo and an hour from Bosnia's southeastern cities, Foca and Gorazde, Sutjeska National Park sports numerous walking and hiking paths.
The park's many attractions include the spectacular 75-meter Skakavac waterfalls, secluded mountain lakes and the opportunity to see bear, wolf, chamois and eagles.
For many visitors, Sutjeska's greatest appeal is the rare chance to experience wilderness without crowds, as it is possible to spend a whole day in Sutjeska without seeing another guest.
The park is open year round and offers a hotel, restaurant and camping grounds in Tjentiste. Fishing, mountaineering, climbing and rafting are also available.