The unique Zasavica nature reserve is located at the westernmost point of Serbia, east of the Drina and south of the Sava.
Untouched nature, authentic folklore and cultural and historic monuments make Zasavica an important tourist destination.
The boat takes visitors through the most beautiful parts of the reserve – the ride is seven kilometres long and offers a magnificent view over the widest section of the Zasavica River. The rich flora and fauna, traditional way of life by the river, historic heritage from ancient times and many other features make the visit to the reserve a unique experience.
The reserve extends over 1,825 hectares, and Zasavica has been a full-fledged member of the Europark Federation since 2001. The reserve stretches over the territory of two municipalities – Bogatić (Mačva) and Sremska Mitrovica (Srem), and it is easily reached by the highway leading to the Croatian border.