Orlovaca cave is a popular tourist destination located in the central part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, near the town of Pale. The cave is known for its unique stalactites, stalagmites, and other geological formations that have been formed over millions of years. Visitors can explore the cave on a guided tour, which takes approximately 45 minutes to an hour to complete.
Orlovaca cave is located in a protected natural area and is home to a variety of animal species, including bats, which are an important part of the cave’s ecosystem. The cave is also an important archaeological site, and artifacts from the Neolithic period have been found there.
Visitors to Orlovaca cave are advised to wear appropriate clothing and footwear for a cave environment, as the temperature inside is cool and the ground can be slippery. The cave is open to visitors from April to October, and guided tours are available in several languages, including English.