Sutjeska National Park Hike

Wild nature and beautiful viewpoints

Bosnian most beautiful viewpoints

HIKING | Full Day | 69€ | A one-day hiking trip to the most beautiful viewpoints of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The mountain plateaus at almost 1.700 meters, primeval forest Perucica and the wonderful glacier Lake Trnovacko in Montenegro. Those are just some highlights of this fascinating hiking trip through Sutjeska National Park.

Accompanied by an experienced mountain guide, you can not only experience nature up close but also learn many interesting details about the places you pass.

If you intend to spend a day free from hustle and bustle and want to explore Bosnian wild nature in a less demanding way, we recommend starting with this one-day easy hike.


Meeting point in Sarajevo City

8:00 AM - Meeting point in Sarajevo City

The meeting point for the day-trip to the Sutjeska National Park is behind a tram station, at Pigeon square (Bascarsija) at 8:00 AM. Behind the tram station, there is a small white fountain and next to it is a taxi stand, where our vehicle will wait for you.

Arrival in Sutjeska National Park

10:00 AM - Arrival in Sutjeska National Park

After an exciting two-hour drive from Sarajevo, we enter the National Park Sutjeska and arrive at the 1.200 meters deep canyon of Sutjeska River. During this trip, we will go up towards Dragoš Saddle (Dragoš Sedlo), the viewpoint at 1.306m overlooking the main waterfall at the locality - the Skakavac waterfall deep in Perućica’s valley. We will walk around the thick primeval forest Perućica that hides some of endemic and rare species. From here we are hiking on to Prijevor - the mountain plateau at 1.668 meters above sea level, one of the most beautiful viewpoints in the National Park Sutjeska. Great place to take a picture of the mountains Maglic, Zelengora and Volujak which will tower around us.

Glacier Lake Trnovacko

4:30 PM - Glacier Lake Trnovacko

At the edge of the primeval forest Perućica, we descend towards the Glacier Lake Trnovacko in Montenegro, which is set at 1.500 meters surrounded by impressive mountain peaks of Maglić, Bioč, and Volujak. Trnovačko Lake is just over an hour and a half walk away from Prijevor plateau. Depending on the weather, there is a possibility of swimming (only for the very fit). A lake is an ideal place for having lunch, relax and enjoy the serenity of the Bosnian mountains.

Return to Sarajevo City

7:00 PM - Return to Sarajevo City

After lunch we are going back to Sarajevo, enjoying the beautiful colors of the sunset above Zelengora and Maglic, Bosnia’s highest mountain peaks. Return to Sarajevo around 7:00 PM.

Departure days 2023: every Wednesday & Sunday.

Other days on request.

Price: 69 € per person

  • The excursion price is based on a minimum of three (3) participants.
  • Individual guests can join an existing group.
  • Definite departure will be confirmed to participants by e-mail.
  • Participants interested in a private trip may contact Inlandia for an individual offer.


  • Transport from Sarajevo to excursion destination and back.
  • Professional mountain hiking guide (English speaker).
  • Meals: picnic lunch and snacks.
  • Coffee or tea during the hiking trip.
  • Admission to the National Park Sutjeska.

NOT INCLUDED IN THE PRICE  /  Additional costs:

  • Extra drinks at the location.
  • Travel insurance (additional health insurance, insurance against accidents, damage or loss of luggage and travel cancellation insurance). For more information read „Inlandia Terms & Conditions“, or contact us at 
  • All other expenses not covered by the programme.

You need to bring:

Hiking boots or sturdy walking shoes are recommended, a day pack, 1 liter of water, rain gear, fleece, sun hat and camera. Bring swimming gear in case you want to swim.


  • Green Card (if traveling to Bosnia & Herzegovina by your own car).
  • Your passport since we’re crossing into Montenegro.

NOTE*  If you are interested in exploring more of Sutjeska National Park, you are invited to join us on our Hiking Sutjeska National Park 3-days tour and Bosnia Hiking & Rafting 4-days tour.

  1. National Park Sutjeska
  2. Primeval forest Perućica
  3. Mountain plateau Prijevor
  4. Glacier Lake Trnovacko
    1. The stunning surroundings of the Sutjeska National Park - located near Foca town in the southeast of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It extends over an area of about 175 km2. Over 66% of the area is covered by forests, and the rest are pastures, meadows and barren land above the upper limit of forests. It includes the highest peak of Maglić (2.386m), on the border with Montenegro. The Sutjeska NP is also famous as being the location of the famous Battle of the Sutjeska in 1943 during World War II. The park is an affiliated member of the EUROPARC Federation.
    2. The strictly protected Nature Reserve -  the primeval forest “Perućica” in the Sutjeska National Park, located along the border with Montenegro. One of the last two remaining primeval forests and one of the last beech old-growth forests in Europe. It stretches over an area of 1.434 hectares and is a precious European natural heritage. The forest hides many trees over 300 years old, and the primeval forest's vintage is stated to be 20.000 years.
    3. Prijevor - the mountain plateau at 1.668m above sea level is one of the most beautiful viewpoints in the National Park Sutjeska. Surrounded by mountain giants of over 2.000m, such as Maglic, Volujak, Snjeznica and Zelengora, and leaning on one of the last jungle in Europe, Perucica ... It offers a wide choice of herbs, mountain blueberries and rich flora with some rare and endemic species.
    4. Glacier Lake Trnovacko (Montenegro) – located at the foot of the mountain Maglić, 1.517 meters above sea level, surrounded by high mountain ranges with peaks over 2.000 m. The average temperature of the lake during the summer months is pleasant 20°C, ideal for swimming and refreshing or fishing (you need a permit).

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