Special nature reserve, Uvac is located in southeast Serbia, with the surface area of 7543 acres.
The heart of this reserve is the canyon of the river Uvac, it is presented with a vast number of meanders who have cut a deep passage through the limestone rocks. One thing that stands out, are the krast forms of relief, in the form of pits, bays and sinkholes.
Caves are vast and rich with a variety of cave decorations, like stalactites and stalagmites, some of which have a length of more than 10 meters. Ledena pecina is one of the most famous caves in this region, even so other caves have their own charm to them, such as Usacka pecina, Tubica pecina and many others.
One of Uvac's trademarks is the Griffon Vulture. It is an exceptionaly rare, endagered species in our region. The vulture rules over the skies, and can be seen in any time of day.
In case you like to see them in person, there are numerous nests scattered all around the reservate. For that we offer a hiking tour, which is ideal for anyone who likes to take pictures from our lookouts, and enjoy the sunset.