Sutjeska National Park Hike

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TRIP HIGHLIGHTS

  • Visit the oldest National Park in Bosnia
  • Enjoy emerald waters of Trnovacko glacier lake
  • Great hike with views of highest Bosnian summits, Maglic & Volujak

This day we’re off far into the Sutjeska National Park. After a two hour drive from Sarajevo, we arrive in the deep and picturesque canyon of Sutjeska River. During this tour, we will veer off towards Dragoš Saddle and take a peek at the Skakavac waterfall deep in Perucica’s valley. We will walk around the forest that is thick, and teeming with endemic flora. From here we’ll continue on to Prijevor for more incredible views of this majestic park. Maglic, Zelengora, and Volujak will tower around us….many have compared the experience to Yellowstone National Park.

At the edge of the forest, we descend towards the Glacier Lake Trnovacko, which is set at 1,500 meters in the middle of a huge amphitheater of rocky peaks. Then (weather permitting) we enjoy an icy cold swim (only for the very fit) and tasty lunch where you can relax and enjoy some of Bosnia’s best peaks towering around you. After lunch we head back to civilization, enjoying the soft glow of the setting sun above Zelengora and Maglic, Bosnia’s highest peaks.


*NOTE: Please, bring your passport since we’re crossing into Montenegro.

Fact File


Period: June through October
Days: Wednesdays & Sundays, and by request

Category: Moderate
Activity: 4-5 hours walking

Departure: the Meeting place for the tour is at the bus station opposite of Vijecnica City Hall (close to the kiosk) at 8:00 am. On the bus station is where our vehicle with Green Visions sign will wait for you.

Return: Around 7:00pm

What is included: Transport from Sarajevo to location and back, coffee or tea, picnic lunch, and snacks, admissions for the National Park, one English speaking, fully-equipped and experienced guide.

What is not included: Optional tipping to leader, guides and local staff; souvenirs and items of a personal nature (sodas, alcoholic beverages, etc.).

What to Bring: Hiking boots or sturdy walking shoes are recommended, a day pack, 1 liter of water, rain gear, sun hat, and a camera.