Camp Divlja Rijeka is located by the Drina Canyon on the border area between Bosnia and Montenegro, in the municipality Foca, only a few meters away from the place where Tara and Piva rivers meet and converge to form the Drina river. Camp Divlja Rijeka Foča is the only rafting place with bungalows located in the naturally chilly shade of trees even during the hottest summer days. This forest ambient on the Drina river and the surrounding landscape is staggeringly beautiful. Beside of this, ultimate rafting adventures can be experienced in 2 deepest canyons of Europe: Tara river canyon and Drina canyon.
Guests of this accommodation in Foča will be accommodated in clean huts made of wood, stone, and clay, in this forest full of flowers and butterflies beside a clean river glittering bright turquoise color. Camp Divlja Rijeka Foca ( M18, Hum ) is arranged as a modern rafting place with charming bungalows, a unique blend of the natural habitat and replicas of old rural houses. In short, this accommodation in Foca is designed to reflect the harmony between modern comfort, nature and countryside tradition. Camp Divlja Rijeka (English Wild River) is built by the mission to provide guests a pleasant rural stay in this natural ambient, as well as unforgettable rafting adventures in the canyons of Tara and Drina river.
In addition to rafting adventures, the vicinity of Sutjeska National park allows hosts of the Camp Divlja Rijeka Foca to organize a number of exclusive attractions like kayaking, hiking, horse riding, mountain biking, trekking, zip line, jeep safaris, etc. Sutjeska National park offers some of the most beautiful and wildest places in the Balkan region including the canyons of Hrčavka and Sutjeska rivers, magnificent Zelengora mountain lakes, Maglić, the highest mountain in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the Perućica primeval forest.
Perućica is one of the last remaining primeval forests in Europe. What makes this forest special is its age of about 20,000 years, as well as the wood mass and height of a large number of trees, which sometimes exceeds 50m. A special attraction in this forest is the Skakavac waterfall, formed by the creek Perućica, and placed deep within Perućica primeval forest. It is one of the highest waterfalls in Bosnia and Herzegovina (75 m height). Perućica primeval forest is a strictly protected area that can be used only in scientific and educational purposes.
Depending on the guest's needs, Camp Divlja Rijeka Foča offers a variety of accommodation types: dormitories, double- and triple-bedroom bungalows and apartments as well as seven old clay houses built according to “Bondruk” construction style, an old construction style used in Bosnia and Serbia which provides one of the healthiest home environments. Bathrooms in this accommodation in Foca are shared. Additionally, a restaurant with the capacity of 100 places is an integral part of the Camp Divlja Rijeka Foca, where guests can enjoy home-made specialties with ingredients supplied from local farms and local food and drink producers.
Free Wi-Fi internet access and on-site parking are also available in this accommodation in Foca municipality. Foča is 22 km from the Camp Divlja Rijeka. while Sarajevo is a 90-minute drive away. Check-in at the Camp Divlja Rijeka Foca, Bosnia and Herzegovina, is from 08:00 - 21:00, while check-out is from 08:00 – 12:00 AM. Concluding, visit this camp in the natural shade of the forest on the bank of Drina river, and enjoy the best chilly sleep you can get in a hot summer.