Serbia is abundant with water, rivers, lakes, streams, and waterfalls. Spring is also a great season to visit a few of them you may have never seen thus far.

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•             You may have visited the Vrelo River next to Bajina Bašta. It is also referred to as a River of the Year given its length of 365 meters. If you want to see its 10-meter waterfall that tumbles down into Drina, rent a canoe or do a stand-up paddling and take off down its rapids. Make sure to slow down by the waterfall to take pictures.

•             Tupavica Waterfall on Stara Planina is one of the most accessible waterfalls in the area. You don't have to take long walks through dense forests since it is only 50 meters away from the road. Come and see why visitors post Tupavica photos on Instagram.

•             If you happen to visit Resavska Cave this May, take a few extra hours to visit Veliki Buk Waterfall. It will be clear why it was named as such (buka meaning noise in Serbian). At the interesting natural surroundings on the way to the waterfall, you might be up for lunch while gazing at the rapids.

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