Bijambare location, encompassing 370 hectares, is recently proclaimed by law as protected area of the fifth grade (“protected landscape”). It is traditionally highly valued area because of its natural beauty and flora and fauna richness. There are plenty of beautiful landscapes for easy family walks in fresh mountain air, but Bijambare is also a favorite place of visit for cyclists, mountaineers, hikers and other nature lovers. Use of cars is forbidden in the Bijambare park and that's the fact that guarantee visitor's enjoyment of the outdoors in calm surrounding.
Ideal for hot summer days
Altitude of 950 meters above sea level with rich evergreen forests and small creeks with a lake will provide you with freshness during the hot summer days. If you like something more colder than there is a cave complex with some parts that has temperature of 5 degrees Celsius all the year around. Some visitors that came there during the summer don't know that fact or think that is some kind of exaggeration but sometimes they are faster on their way out of the caves than on they way in.
Wedding in the cave?!
Caves are made in limestone and whole area is full of underground water activities. We can find eight caves in Bijambare that is very attractive for speleologists with it's constitution. One of them is called Middle cave and it is also the largest cave available to the visitors. Inside of the cave has very good path system and it is lit up very well. Experienced guide is ready to give you most important information about the cave and it's halls. Main path in that cave is 420 meter long with four halls that stretching up to 60 meter in the diameter and to over 30 meter in height. One of the halls (the last one) is commonly called “concert-hall” due to it's impressive size and acoustic characteristics. That hall is also famous because one wedding took place in it.
Suitable for young and old visitors
Two more information for the potential visitors at the end - since this year there is a ecofriendly train on electric power that takes passengers from the parking area to the cave complex. Prices are cheap and now the distance of almost 2 kilometers is not so hard for the kids and old ones.
Second information for tourists is that Ethnic Bey village is not so far from the Bijambare and there you can find some interesting information about village life in the past. The village is some 2 kilometers to the right in Sarajevo direction with proper marking on the road.