By kuba • Przyszłe Podróże • 17 Apr 2000

The Uvac Canyon, Serbia


The canyon of the river Uvac is nature reserve in south-western Serbia and certainly is one of the most beautiful area. The Uvac Canyon is one of a few remaining habitats of Griffon Vulture, rare birds of vulture eagles. Its fluvial course is extremely winding. The Uvac canyon is so picturesque with countless meanders and caves … right place for wild adventure.


The Canyon Uvac is wedged between two “gold” mountain: Zlatibor and Zlatar. The river Uvac is about 100km (62mi) long and passes through this famous canyon where the river makes picturesque meanders that you can observe from a cliff in the vicinity or directly from the river, while you are sailing with a boat. In any case, you should not miss to see the canyon Uvac from as many angles and perspectives as you can. Photos and impressions are always different and unique.


If you are going in a sightseeing with a boat, you can explore some of the many caves which are certainly with its natural beauty significant characteristic of this region. On the river there are four artificial lakes. At the entrance of the canyon there is the first lake with extremely pure water, which is especially popular for fishing and swimming. Also, the coast of the lake is ideal for camping. [linkmap]

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