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Have you ever hiked with a professional flute player who for years played with the Sarajevo Philharmonic Orchestra? Have you ever enjoyed a live interpretation of classical music followed by the sound of wind, songs of birds or the flow of a waterfall? Well, this could be your unique chance...
The Skakavac waterfall near Sarajevo is one of the greatest and most attractive continual flowing waterfalls in Bosnia and Herzegovina and it stands for a real tourist attraction. The waterfall is 98 metres high and placed in the landscape of exceptional beauty. The surroundings are one of the most heterogenic areas in that region dominated by spruce and fir and beech and fir forests with spruce on more pronounced slopes. On shallow carbon grounds in the vicinity of the waterfall, there are termofil forests and underbrushes of eastern hornbeam and autumn locust as well as eastern hornbeam and manna ash. The rocks surrounding the waterfall have a very interesting vegetation dominated by endemic and relic types. The waterfall at Skakavac is for more than one reason, one of the most attractive tourist sites in the vicinity of Sarajevo. The name 'Skakavac' means grasshopper.