01.10. - 01.05.
The caves located in pine forest are a great place for explorers and the sports and recreation centre is a great escape from the urban area...
Between the villages Nišići and Krivajevići, in Ilijaš municipality, separates the forest road about 2 km long to Bijambare, which is the beautiful environment of coniferous forest. Next to the mountain house "Bijambare" there is a significant natural rarity Bijambare Cave, which is partially open to visitors. Area Bijambare, with Bijambare Cave, is one of the few resorts that fits all nature lovers: a true pleasure for fans of the rock, clear water, pine forest and forest silence. There are also beautiful meadows crossed by two creaks that form small lakes and underground pothole in the bedrock karstified limestone. The biggest attraction of this area is certainly the access to the nicely grouped caves.
Bijambare Speleological Area is a protected natural site located northeast of Sarajevo. Bijambare Caves are a speleological complex surrounded by thick conifer forest, two brooks, small lakes, several springs and a great variety of mushrooms, medicinal herbs and some rare endemic species.
After Bijambare sightseeing, transfer to Ajdinovići.
Ajdinovići is known as genuine and untouched natural environment, with fresh air and pine forest. Ajdinovići is 46 km away from Sarajevo trough the landscape of the Nišići Plateau towards. Around 40 domestic and indigenious species (pheasants, ducks, geese, turkeys, birds, rabbits, chicken, roses, deer, sheep, cows, dogs) enjoy this beautiful environment. A special attraction is relaxing horse riding with profesional supervision. Also riding an ATW (four-wheel motorbike) and riding a mountain bike at Ajdinovići will not be forgotten.
Free time for lunch in Kulin Dvor restaurant. Back to Sarajevo.
PRICE PER PERSON 39 EUR
PICK UP 07:30-08:00 AM
START 08:00 AM
DURATION : All day tour
price calculated on minimum 3 pax