Travel Guide for Visiting the Lungs of Serbia

A startling regular heaven, Tara National Park was the feature of our Balkans Road Trip. It was our second stop in Serbia after the close by town, Mokra Gora. With scant online data and only a modest bunch of pictures on Instagram about Tara National Park, we didn’t have a clue what’s in store here. We were shocked by the far off normal excellence and assortment of sights that we experienced here.

Tara National Park is in the west of Serbia and contacts the outskirt of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is the area of the Tara Mountain of the Dinarides, the inward Dinaric Alps. The River Drina that starts in Montenegro makes amazing crevasses here.

The best part about Tara National park is that it is intensely forested. Truth be told, 83.5% of the territory in Tara is forested and consequently, it is otherwise called the lungs of Serbia. With numerous mountains, climbing trails, waterways, knolls, lakes, cascades and woods – there is a great deal to find in Tara National Park.

Zaovine Lake is on the fringe of Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Zaovine town is close to it and one can even lease a spot to remain here.

Zaovine Lake is monstrous and we drove around it for some time as we attempted to make sense of how to draw near to it. It took us some time, yet we inevitably made sense of an approach to stroll to the edge of this lake. We saw a couple of local people swimming inside and one even had a little vessel. That is all the support we required before hopping inside the blue water.

At 1065 meters over the ocean level, Banjska Stena is an all encompassing perspective from where you can see the gulch of Drina River, Perucac Lake, and steep bluffs. You can likewise observe the start of the close by Bosnia.

So as to reach Banjsta Stena, you need to initially show up at Mitrovac. From here, you can drive straight for 2 KMs and you will see billboards for Banjska Stena. Fortunately here the billboards were in English. You can either take your vehicle near the top or simply climb to the top. The climb will take you around 1.5 hours to reach up.

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