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Excursion: Dubrovnik's hinterland
Visit: Vjetrenica Cave
Visit: Railroad of Ciro museum
Meeting point: Dubrovnik
- Specialized guide with car
Visit: Orthodox Monastery Zavala
Lunch: local cuisine, 15 €
Transfer to meeting point
|Meeting point: Dubrovnik|
|Transfer: meeting to start point|
|Visit: Vjetrenica cave and museum Railroad of Ciro|
|On request: Lunch, Specialities of Herzegovina|
|Transfer: start to meeting point, Dubrovnik|
Vjetrenica also known as the "wind cave" or "blowhole", is the largest cave in Bosnia and Herzegovina, making it the most interesting cave in the Dinaric Alps. The mountain range it rests on is famous for its biodiversity. In the world this cave is one of the richest in terms of it's subterranean biodiversity: among more than two hundred different species are registered in it, making it a magical natural spectacle. The cave's length is a total of about 6.7km in length and the main channel is around 2.47km long.Geologists have predicted that Vjetrenica could stretch all the way to the Adriatic Sea into the Republic of Croatia. The cave is located near the village of Zavala:where a beautiful adapted train station turned restaurant resides nearby as well as a orthodox monastery from the 13th century.The meeting point of the tour is Dubrovnik where there will be an arranged transfer to Zavala. From there we will visit Vjetrenica cave and the museum of Railroad Of Ciro. Following this we rest for a lunch and tasting of specialities from Hercegovina, and then head to the monastery of Zavala where after there can be a transfer back to the meeting point.