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  • The Bijambare protected area covers 497 hectares within the Sarajevo municipality of Ilijaš (about a 40-minute drive from the center of Sarajevo) and is not far from the Sarajevo-Tuzla Highway.

    Open For Visits:

    Yes

    Reservations:

    No Reservations needed

    Guided Tours Available:

    Yes

    This protected area, which is found at an elevation of 950 meters and covered in thick evergreen forests, also contains some lovely grasslands which are crisscrossed by two streams which give rise to several small but beautiful lakes.

    Bijambare offers visitors access to walking and biking trails, bike rentals, views of incredible natural beauty while riding in the tourist train, as well as a chance to rest and have some refreshments in a cozy mountain cabin….

    The greatest attraction, however, is Bijambare Cave, which is full of striking cave formations (stalactites, stalagmites, curtains, basins, pillars…), and about 400 meters of the cave are open to the public.

  • Category Price
    Admission to the Bijambare Protected Area (adults) 2 KM
    Admission to the Bijambare Protected Area (school-age children/teens, university students, senior citizens and those with disabilities) 1 KM
    Admission to Bijambare Cave (adults) 3 KM
    Admission to Bijambare Cave (school-age children/teens, university students, senior citizens and those with disabilities) 2 KM
    Admission to Bijambare Cave (groups of 20 or more) 1.5 KM
    Admission to Bijambare Cave (groups of 20 or more) 1 KM