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Bijambare Cave

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Aug 17, 2018
“A nice place”
Dec 27, 2017
“Looking for rarest Proteus anguinus a.k.a Human Fish, its here :)”
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Ilijas, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Reviewed August 17, 2018 via mobile

It is my first time going into a cave tour so I was very excited. I liked that it is not big and not very long in distance and you can finish it quick. Off course it is not recommended for people who cannot climb...More

1  Thank 161Hope
Reviewed June 24, 2018

There is ONLY ONE cave which can be visited, and you can do it in 30 minutes. Our tourguide did not speak English, so our local friend was the interpreter. Inside temperature is around 5 Celsius, so warm clothes recommended. There are several smaller picnic...More

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Reviewed December 27, 2017

Being that its just above 40km away from capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Sarajevo) with roads and nature you feel its like 10km. Drop the car in parking, grab a bike (your own or rent one) and enjoy most beautiful oxygen that can be provided...More

1  Thank Mirza S
Reviewed September 16, 2017

The Bijambare area, famous for its caves, s accessible by the main road Sarajevo-Olovo, from which an asphalt road branches out to the entrance with parking lot. Especially known are Bijambare cave. Large parts of these caves are open to visitors. The "middle" cave is...More

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Reviewed June 27, 2017

Picked up by Ermin of Go Go Travel, we drove to the cave site for about an hour from Sarajevo through typical Bosnian countryside - steep sided hills covered in lush forest opening up to farmland filled with scattered villages. After paying the entrance fees...More

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There is (2 Bosina Mark =€1) at Park entrance and (3 Bosina Mark =€ 1.5 ) at Bijambare Cave entrance
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