Bosnia and Herzegovina has two national parks, Sutjeska and Kozara.
There are plans in operation to enlarge existing protected areas of these parks and add the areas of Bjelasnica/Igman mountain and Prenj-Cvrsnica-Cabulja region, locally known as the Herzegovina Himalayas. Hutovo Blato Bird Reserve, just north of Neum and Blidinje Nature Park, west of Jablanica also enjoy protection status.
National Park Sutjeska
Sutjeska is Bosnia and Herzegovina 's oldest national park. Encompassing 17,500 hectares of magnificent wilderness, it is the home of Perucica, one of Europe's last primeval forests, and of Maglic mountain, Bosnia and Herzegovina's highest peak... read more
National Park Kozara
The Kozara National Park is situated in Krajina, the northwest region of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The area was proclaimed a protected national forest in 1967. Situated between the rivers Una, Sava, Sana and Vrbas, the park... read more
Nature Park Hutovo Blato
Hutovo Blato, a nature park and bird reserve, is located along the southern border with Croatia, not far from the ancient Roman settlements near Capljina. It is a shelter for hundreds of species... read more