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Vjetrenica cave is the largest cave in Bosnia and Herzegovina with four separate permanent water streams and more than dozen periodical water streams with underground lakes. Total length of the underground corridors is around 7000 meters.
Sanski most is a town blessed with a wonderful nature, nine rivers, beautiful waterfalls, few large caves and it is also called "Flower city". It's citizens like to call it simply Sana.
Bebrova cave on Konjuh mountain near Kladanj city is hidden jewel that was not visited by many people, but it's beauty deserve much better touristic attention. It is located on Konjuh mountain at the altitude of 882 meters above sea level.
Novak's cave (Novakova pećina) is located on inaccessible cliffs of Romanija mountain near city of Pale. This cave is named after Old Novak (Starina Novak) that was famous for his rebellion fight against Ottoman Turks and road robbery on the same mountain with his group of robbers (hajduci).
Vilinska cave (Vilinska pecina - The Fairy Cave) is located in the middle of the road Novi Travnik - Gornji Vakuf near village Sebesic on the slopes of Vranica mountain 20 kilometer from Novi Travnik. The cave is midsize and it is considered as one of the most beautiful caves in this area in despite that most of it's cave stone decorations is destroyed by some irresponsible visitors.
Bijambare is a famous place for tourists and visitors located on Nisici heights north from Sarajevo on the main road to Tuzla. The place is famous mostly because of it's cave complex, but also it is beloved because of it's thick evergreen forests and fresh air.