Orlovača Cave is one of the most beautiful pearls that have been practicing and creating God’s hand for millions of years. Her jewelry is unique and unmistakable. These are indescribable, hidden beauties in which stalagmites, stalactites and hallactities are replaced with fragments of coral and aragonite jewelry and unique cave pillars, which resemble antique and Renaissance castles and monuments of different colors.
It is decorated with a series of draperies of the most sophisticated look and in a variety of shapes and shapes. A complete landscape is enriched by beautiful salves such as frozen waterfalls, colorfully giving the cave a perfect ambience.
Orlovača is an extraordinary speleological object in which a cave bear ( ursus speleus ) lived more than 16 000 years ago. Cave is a habitat and the most endangered mammalian group in Europe, a blind mouse ( micros hypoptrea ).
There is a pedestrian walkway. The cave can be visited exclusively accompanied by a professional guide. Tourist groups have up to 15 visitors with one guide, and the tour lasts from 30 to 45 minutes.
For a visit, the cave is open throughout the year, from April 15 to October 15 every working day, except on Monday, at regular intervals: 09.00, 12.00 and 15.00.
During the winter, tours will be organized at the same time, with a announcement at least a day before. The groups that are announced must have more than 5 adults.
Group visits (pupils) – 2KM
Group visits (other) – 3KM
Individual visits – 4KM
In addition to this, there is Novak’s cave, on Romanija steep cliffs, there is a path to it, but it is not advisable to go without a professional knowledge or guide. It is famous for the legend of Starina Novak, who was hiding in the second half of the 14th century, persecuted by the Damned Jerina.
More info at contact phone: +387 66 929-005.