Discover the beauty of Sutjeska National Park
Bosnia and Herzegovina’s oldest and largest national park is home to the highest peak of the country, Maglić Mountain, and the largest and best-preserved primeval forest in Europe. The park was established in 1962 to create a historical context on the Sutjeska Battle of 1943 with a memorial complex. It also protects the biodiversity of the area, including natural phenomena like the 8 beautiful glacier lakes on Zelengora mountain. Our Sutjeska National Park destination is implemented as part of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) with the financial support of the Minis
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