Mountain Maglić, officially the highest peak in Bosnia and Herzegovina (2386 mamsl), is one of the most important landmarks in National park Sutjeska.
Trnovačko – Volujsko Lake is a heart-shaped morphological phenomenon, a glacial lake in the foot of the beautiful massifs of Volujak, Maglić and Bioč.
Primeval forest Perućica is one of the last remaining wildlife sanctuaries in Europe. It is on the UNESCO tentative list as a valuable natural asset.
Primeval forest Perućica is one of the last remaining wildlife sanctuaries in Europe. It extends over an area of 1434 ha on the tri-border area of Maglić, Volujak, and Zelengora.
Zelengora is known as the queen of mountains, a natural jewel of the Balkans. Part of its massif forms the left part of National Park Sutjeska.
The most well-known ones are: Kotlaničko Lake, Orlovačko Lake, Štirinsko Lake, Borilovačko Lake, Lake Donje Bare, Lake Gornje Bare, Crno jezero (Black Lake), and Bijelo jezero (White Lake).
Volujak is a mountain paradise on the border between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro, and occupies a central place in National Park Sutjeska.
One of the most popular hiking tours is the tour of the lakes Gornje and Donje Bare. The tour is a combination of the tours of mountain lakes, peaks, and lookouts, and in that sense is the most complete one.
Zelengora is famous for hiking, photography, canyoning on the river Hrčavka or even for camping near one of its lakes.