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Una National Park, Bihac
Categories: Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
At Una National Park, camp, hike, raft, fish, cycle, or explore rich archaeological sites and cultural and historical monuments. The park, established in 2008, is known for its biodiversity that includes more than 150 animal species, featuring lynx, fox, wolf, bear, and chamois. The highlight of the park is the River Una, with its clean and clear water, many waterfalls, and whitewater rapids. Discover various archaeological sites, many dating from the prehistoric period, as well as a Roman fort and several medieval fortresses. Adrenaline addicts can try jumping from the city bridges in Bihac and Bosanska Krupa. Put Una National Park into our Bihac travel itinerary maker and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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This is a beautiful quiet spot. Strbacki Buk is one of the most beautiful waterfalls that I've ever seen. It's definitely worth a visit. I do think that investment in the road cannot hurt. I understan... read more »
Where to begin? Colours! Yes, when wild green forests meet the turquoise rivers Una, Krka and Unac. White foamy formations caused by the rapids and waterfalls such as Strbacki Buk, Martin Brod and Tro... read more »
This park is an excellent place for hiking & relaxing. It has two waterfalls, the great Strabacki Buk & the tiny Martin Brod. For adventurers, I recommend rafting in Strabacki Buk waterfall but-it is ... read more »
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