Join us in short ride to Bosnia and Herzegovina to discovering stunning wonders of nature, Vjetrenica Cave.
Vjetrenica (which means 'wind cave') is the largest cave in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In the warmer parts of the year, a cold air blows from its entrance. This unique cave system runs from the edge of the gorgeous valley of Popovo Polje all the way to the south and is about 6 km long and 25 m deep. Vjetrenica has ancient cave drawings of bears and leopards estimated to be over 10,000 years old. It is now on the list for UNESCO World Heritage Site protected areas in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
In terms of its biological diversity, it is one of the richest caves in the world. The Cave is home to many small lakes and endemic types of shellfish only found in deep underground aquifer systems. In a scientific sense, Vjetrenica has been the site of many different forms of research, which may be traced back to the 16th century.
English speaker driver/guide
Vjetrenica Cave: the guided tour inside the cave is not private beacuse the cave organizes regularly scheduled tours.
Hotel pick-up and drop off for selected hotels only.
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