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Distance from Sarajevo is 40 km. By car: From the direction of Sarajevo, take the road M-18 for Tuzla. Entrance to the area is located 31 km from the Vogošća intersection. By bus: Take the intercity bus Sarajevo-Tuzla. The departure point is the Bus Station Sarajevo. The bus leaves approximately every hour. The Bijambare Main Cave may be visited in accordance with the predefined schedule and with the guide. The cave is closed in the period December through March. Advance notices are necessary for organised groups that have special requests with regard to the engagement of the tourist guide. Additional attraction of the area is ecological train. Ride in one direction is 2 km long and the train is moving at 20 km/h, in order to enable detailed sightseeing. In the area of Bijambare, trade fairs with healthy and organic food and handicrafts made by locals are sometimes organized. The area also has an education centre with a restaurant. The „Bijambare” protected landscape is ideal place for lovers of speleology, hiking and biking. It is located on the north-eastern side of Canton Sarajevo, near the Nišići Plateau. The area is rich in karst phenomena such as sinks, sinkholes and caves which are the greatest attractions of the area. The largest cave is called “Bijambare Main Cave” and is available for tourist visits in the period April through November. Its length is 420 m (along the main path, no side paths), with 4 large halls having a diameter of up to 60 m and a height of over 30 m. Besides being rich in cave jewellery, this cave is also inhabited by bat colonies and crickets.