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Hiking to Lisina, the highest point of the park at 938m , offers a wide panoramic view of this part of the Krajina. The park is a lovely nature reserve and the park managment is working hard to develop services to make the park easier accessible and navigatable.

There are mini ski lifts and there is a ski rental in the winter months. There is a hotel and restaurant in the national park complex.
More information can be found on the website of the National Park: www.npkozara.com/eng/


This interesting experiment is on the halfway mark between Banja Luka and Prijedor. Armed with only a beautiful piece of property, a few men had a vision of creating an eco-centre in the Omarska area. They built a 30-acre park complete with walking paths, ten ponds/lakes for fishing and swimming, and a health food restaurant. The dense hardwood forests cover a good part of the centre and there are walking trails through them. Hunting is not permitted.

Loncari (tel: 052 333 267; email: j.lekanic@mediaproline.net ) has camping facilities, and is perfect for backpackers looking for a safe and inexpensive place to camp while traveling through or towards Bihac or Banja Luka. Many buses travel through the outskirts of Omarska via Prijedor and Banja Luka. There are a few daily buses from both those places that stop in Omarska.

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