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 fascinating Dinara Mountain is a part of the Dinaric Alps, the mountain range that stretches along the coast of the Adriatic Sea from Italy, through Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia, and Albania, separating the Adriatic Sea from the Pannonian Field.
Troglac, the highest peak of the Dinara Mountain (1.913m) forms the natural border between Croatia and the southern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Symbolically, Dinara is often referred to as a wall separating the Mediterranean from the continent.
The mountain is generally uninhabited except for several scattered villages, which is mainly due to the lack of water, especially pronounced during summer months.
The Dinara Mountain is not particularly attractive for climbers and hikers, but the richness of biodiversity and endemic species attracts scientists. Adventurous nature lovers who enjoy outback-style tourism also greatly enjoy Dinara.