Distance 10 km
The highest value of this area is tufa cascades of the Una's riverbed. They are found almost across the entire Una flow. The major cascades are Martin Brod, Štrbački buk and Troslap. It has been determined that the age of the youngest tufa formations near the Una source are 3.000 years old, while some tufa formations are believed to be as much as 300.000 old. The Martin brod waterfalls in the Upper Una represent the highest forms of hydrological diversity and the overall natural heritage of Bosnia and Herzegovina. This phenomenon is the result of age-long processes of tufa deposition or the precipitation of calcium carbonate.
Update: November 14, 2016
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Getting thereThe Una National Park has a favorable geographic location and good traffic connectivity. From the north and northwest toward the south and southeast, this area is connected to the main road Bihać – Bosanski Petrovac – Drvar – Bosansko Grahovo – Livno. Within the protected area, there are a number of local roads. Along its western and southwestern part, the territory of the National Park directly borders with the Republic of Croatia; as the result there is a limited road communication to this area.
EquipmentThings to bring on rafting trip: swimming suit, towel, reserve clothes for after the rafting and something wormer for colder days, sun protecting cream, water.
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