Lipa Cave is one of the largest cave monuments in Montenegro. The cave, with its beautiful and wild system of 2.5 km of passages and halls is a place you must visit on your Montenegro tour. Various recognized explorers from 19th century left written documents on cave formations and its existence, explorations continued in 20th and 21st century.
In Lipa cave nature created playful and unique forms of cave ornaments (stalagmites and stalactites) that leave everlasting impression on their visitors. Today the cave represents, not only one of the best places to visit on Cetinje but a natural attractions you should not miss while in Montenegro.
In 2015 the cave was open for unforgettable tours where visitors are accompanied with local guides who are kind, helpful, and well-trained. Cave tours are easily accessible as Lipa cave is located only 33 km from Budva, 35 km from Podgorica, and 5 km from Cetinje. Its build in trails and modern lighting make it even more attractive and perfectly safe.
Tailor-made to our most demanding visitor’s wishes, this tour will present you with the most hidden cave corners. You will have the chance to enjoy beautiful underground features, feel the wind blowing through different cave passageways, visit some of the most famous cave halls and walk along the main cave corridor. Tour lasts 60 minutes (including the train ride from the parking lot to the entrance of the cave), which is enough time to embrace all and many overwhelming cave features.
Playful stalactite and stalagmite forms are awaiting.
The tour is also appropriate for children of all ages or families.
Cave extreme tour:
Possibilities range from entering the cave in high style by descending from the ceiling on the rope to exploring every single hidden nook and cranny, ornament and lake. A professional guide during the whole tour is a must. If you are looking for a unique, richer and deeper experience, take the extreme option and conquer the heart of the cave.
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