After breakfast, we will visit - Orolovača Cave .
Orlovača cave is best known for its incredibly rich array of decorative cave formations (stalactites and stalagmites), as well as for the Mesolithic pottery shards that have been found here.
The temperature inside the cave remains at a constant 9 ° C, and the area around the cave is perfect for walking, as well as for having picnics near the small stream that flows nearby.
After we will visit Spring of River Miljacka.
Miljacka River represents one of the symbols of the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is 35.9 kilometers long, and it runs through Sarajevo for the most part.
It springs from several aquifers, which are mostly formed through the accumulation of surface water, which runs through the cracks of the limestone terrain of Ravna Planina. It runs for about 6 km through the canyon, piercing with mighty “mountain” power through steep, rocky, mountain branches, at times wide, sometimes narrow, then higher, then again lower through the canyon, all the way to Sarajevo and further along towards Bosna River.
After Spring of river Miljacka , we will proceed to Olympic mountain Jahorina. The guide will talk to you about the Olympic games and women discipline competition that was organized on this mountain.
Jahorina Olympic Ski Resort is the biggest and most popular ski resort in Bosnia and Herzegovina and offers a variety of outdoor sports and activities. It is primarily a destination for alpine skiing, snowboarding, hiking, and sledding, with over 40 km (25 mi) of ski slopes and modern facilities. The average snow depth on ski runs during February is 106 cm (42 in) (ten-year average).
After Jahorina we will go to beautiful Olympic mountain - Trebevic and see famous Bob Sleigh Track from the Olympic Games.
Overnight in Sarajevo. Hotel Aziza
DURATION : 6 – 7 hours