Tourists who intend to spend a few days in Sarajevo, accommodation in a number of hostels will pay 15 - 60 KM. However, the tourism board say that, according to their data, their work reported only four hostels.
The Maglic Mountain is located about twenty kilometers from Foca near the border with Montenegro. The Maglic Mountain is the highest but not the largest mountain in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the mountain is divided between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro.
The Maglic Mountain (2,386 m) is the highest peak in Bosnia and Herzegovina and a real challenge for any alpinist. It is encircled by the Sutjeska River in the north and west, Volujak Mountain in the southwest, the Drina and Piva Rivers in the east and the Mratinjska Uvala valley in the south. Its slopes are densely covered with coniferous and beech trees. The forests end at 1,600 meters to be replaced with a wonderful plateau with gorgeous pastures.
The Maglic Mountain is also a part of the National Park Sutjeska. The Montenegrin part of the Maglic Mountain is decorated with the Trnovacko Lake of amazing green-blue color. The biggest rainforest in Europe – Perucica – is nearby, with its 80 meters high waterfall Skakavac. Eagles, bears, wolves, snakes, and wild goats are not rare sightings in these parts.