Waterfalls in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Waterfalls in Bosnia and HerzegovinaThe nicest part of Bosnia and Herzegovina with several gorgeous waterfalls is located at the border of Croatia. There aren’t many known waterfalls in Bosnia and Herzegovina but if there is a waterfall it is (most of the time) a very beautiful waterfall.


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Waterfalls of Bosnia and Herzegovina map


I have only listed 9 of the best waterfalls of Bosnia and Herzegovina on a Google map but there are certainly more small waterfalls to be found. The “waterfalls of Bosnia and Herzegovina map” is easy to use and there are links to all waterfalls of Bosnia and Herzegovina with more information. Just click on the bigger map icon to view the “waterfalls of Bosnia and Herzegovina map” fullscreen.


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Best waterfalls in Bosnia and Herzegovina


Name Region Locations Height # Rating #
Kravice vodopad South west Ljubuški, Mostar 28 m28
3.5
Martin Brod North west Martin Brod - Nacionalni park Una 20-54 m20
3.5
Strbacki buk North west Donji Štrbci/Kestenovac - Nacionalni park Una 24 m24
3
Bliha vodopad North west Fajtovci/Sanski Most 40 m40
2.5
Plivski vodopad Central Jajce 20 m20
2.5
Skakavac vodopad (Sarajevo) Central Vogošća-Sarajevo 98 m98
2.5
Vodopad Kocusa North west Veljaci, Lubuški 5 m5
2.5
Skakavac vodopad (Sutjeska) East Tjentište (Sutjeska National Park) 75 m75
2
Vodopadi Kozice Central Kozica, Dragačići, Fojnica 20 m20
2

Vodopad Kravica - Bosnia and HerzegovinaBosnia and Herzegovina is a great country with some gorgeous nature and waterfalls. Unfortunately most people know Bosnia and Herzegovina from the Bosnian war (1992-1995). Although there isn’t much tourism, Bosnia and Herzegovina is certainly a country worth while to visit.

Bosnia and Herzegovina is mostly mountainous and part of the Dinaric Alps. The Dinaric Alps generally run in a southeast–northwest direction and get higher towards the south.

The highest mountain of Bosnia and Herzegovina is Maglić (2.386 meter). The geological composition of the Dinaric Alps primarily exists of limestone.

Approximately 50% of Bosnia and Herzegovina is forested. Most forest areas are in the centre, east and west parts of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Considering all waterfalls are spread across the country, the capital of Sarajevo is perfect base for chasing waterfalls. My number waterfall in Bosnia and Herzegovina is Vodopad Kravica, a gorgeous tufa waterfall near Mostar. From Sarajevo it is a 3 hour drive.