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Half of BiH are covered with forests

More than half of the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina is covered with forests. The forests are one of the greatest natural treasures that we possess. Forests are the most important source of oxygen in our areas.
Intact nature
Under the canopy of high-altitude coniferous forests many plant and animal species feel at home. BiH forests are also home to, among other animals, endangered species of wolves and bears, which for example in Germany there are no more. Namely, BiH is not a densely populated country, so many parts of the forest are still intact nature.
Water and Forest


Water and forest are two that just go hand in hand. Because without water the trees would not be able to keep up. And these streams and springs are plenty in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Therefore, BiH can boast that it is among those European countries that have a lot of mountain springs of pure water, which is mostly found in the forests.


Rainforest Perucica

Wild and untamed jungle, and one of the last oasis of intact nature in Europe...
Located in the heart of the national park Sutjeska in the bosom of the giant Maglic and beautiful Snjeznica, for centuries withstands the human civilization and eternal desire of humans to submit it only because their petty material interests.
And maybe that would be the case if, over the centuries, it was not so difficult to access, which was its greatest defense, and if, 1952., it was not declared strictly protected nature reservation, as one of the last rainforest reservation in Europe.
Few are those who have had the opportunity to enjoy its wild and untamed beauty...
A very coming at the lookout Dragos sedlo, where the view stretches on 13 000 acres of cruel and clean nature, is itself an experience, and only when in all this space, deep in the abyss beneath you, you see a surreal image of the wild beauty and the waterfall Skakavac, as in all its strength and force unstoppable gushes over 80 m long and steep vertical cliffs, it’s already the scene that takes your breath, and definitely attracts.
A very thought that would be awesome at this point to come down, under the waterfall itself, wakes in you in a second the long-forgotten conquest genes and the spirit of adventure that we all carry deep hidden in us.
For those brave and eager for a real adventure, with no fear of the unknown, and who are led by their conquering drive through their lives, we have prepared such an arrangement. Descend into the heart of the jungle, and crown your efforts with a showering under a waterfall itself, while thousands of drops of ice-cold water fall on your victoriously beaming face, is truly and really a memorable lifetime experience.


Forests of Igman

Wildlife (flora and fauna), in the area of the municipality of Hadzici, consists of a number of eco-systems in the inner system. The primary eco-system of the area are forests, which, depending on the conditions, climate, and altitude, appear in the appropriate height zones as cli belts of eco system. Forests of black alder, pedunculate oak, and hornbeam forest cover the lowest portions along Zujevina in the area of Blazuj to Hadzici.
The lowest belt of foot of Mount Igman and Bjelasnica is covered with bushy deciduous forests of sessile oak and hornbeam. However, the most common trees are sessile oak, pubescent oak, black hornbeam, black ash, hawthorn, black elderberry, sumac and others.
Above the lowest oak-hornbeam zone, a powerful belt of beech rises which is on Bjelasnica divided into three parts: a belt of mountain beech forest, a belt of beech and fir and a belt of pre-mountainous beech forest.
Vegetation cover of Igman and Bjelasnica has large areas of pastures with juicy grass for cattle grazing. There are more endemic plants and grass on Igman and Bjelasnica, and tree species called Sarajevo's widow.
Based on data on hunting ground Igman following game species are grown: deer, mountain goats, bears and rabbits, and birds as black grouse.


Forests of Jahorina, Romanija and Trebevic

Going into intact forest areas means arriving into the forests of East Sarajevo, i.e., Jahorina, Romanija and Trebevic. It is the experience of the highest ecological and biological diversities that every resident of this area honors, preserves, but also offers as a possibility for relaxation and active rest.
Coniferous forests predominate in the area of Jahorina, Romanija and Trebevic. Some clear boundaries between the vegetation cover does not exist, because beech grows even at an altitude of 1750 m. At the height from 1100 to 1700 m coniferous forests grow, dotted with beech and maple. The higher regions are covered with bushes of mountain pine.
The pine grows at the edge of the forest mountain belt, which is known as tree that withstands time. Above height of 1800 m is the habitat of prostrate mountain pine. Subalpine meadows and pastures occupy the space from 1600 to 1916 m above sea level (Jahorina). The peaks of Jahorina are covered with grass named Sinjevina, very well for grazing, so meat and dairy products from these regions are considered delicacies. Belts of meadows and pastures are habitat of numerous herbs. Given that this is a limestone base, these plants are rich in calcium, which improves bone strength. Black marshmallow, gentian, juniper, St. John's wort, yarrow, thyme, mentha piperita,... are just some of them, and the area of Jahorina, Romanija and Trebevic is abundant in wild strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and blackberries.

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