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Really cool place to visit. We loved the pleasant temperature of 11 degrees Celsius. Especially when its so hot outside. Tour runs every hour and shows you some nice parts of the cave. We really liked it!
Great historical value, the guide speak English fluently and is very friendly.
From my understanding the tourist path may change in the next years to include more unaccessible parts of the cave, which would be a great improvement.
This is a must see in Bosnia.
Amazing cave system in Bosnia Herzegovina. Just a short drive from Dubrovnik into Bosnia and you find this amazing cave system. Unfortunately the public are not permitted to tour the entire length +/_ 7000 mtrs, but can tour the first 500 mtrs with a guide,...More
This is an interesting visit for those who are not suffering claustrophobia. The first 40 meters have a low ceiling but thereafter one can stand up normally and enjoy the natural structure of the cave. It is said that this cave connects till the Adriatic...More
The cave is perfect for a short day trip from the Croatian coast. The guide was really friendly and spoke reasonable English. He took us 600m into the cave and showed us the endemic white salamander.
The cave is beautifully lit and has a good...More
First, if you're coming inland from Slano and your navigation system tells you to turn right up the hill to take a narrow single lane road, please instead follow the road sign that says to go left. It's a much larger, flatter drive, still very...More
We visited Vjetrenica Caves en-route as we were driving from Mostar to Kotor. The tours were every hour on the hour and we didn't need to book in advance, we just turned up and joined the next tour. The price was very reasonable and the...More