Forty kilometers north of Sarajevo lies a true gem, protected by law natural area of Bijambare, a favourite destination of those who seek salvation from the summer heat in the shade of thick coniferous forest.
In this protected tract, encompassing 370 ha, at altitude averaging 950 m/ASL, there are several beautiful meadows, sinkholes and underground streams of two creaks, and six caves. Visitors are able to go with a guide around Bijambare main cave via a 420 meters long tourist trail adorned with cave ornaments (stalactites, stalagmites, curtains, basins, side-blocks).
The area of protected landscape “Bijambare” is equipped with tables and benches for spending time outdoors, as well as with a playground for children – Wood town, and a restaurant with a diverse gastronomic choice. There are cycling, educational and forest trails.
At the main entrance of Bijambare you can choose whether you want to start your tour by a tourist train that runs through the forest for the length of two kilometers, or whether you will rent a bike or enjoy the landscape while hiking.