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Beautyful place.Resava cave is one of the deepest caves in Europe.There is a not much thing to be said about it except of immence beauty of the nature.For people who love rock climbing there is a rock climbing poligon on the site near the very...More
It might be worth visiting if you are visiting from countries where such caves do not exist.
For me, it's not so special or worth visiting considering the time I have to spare for the visit.
In some tours, the visit to the cave may...More
There are many beautiful formations to see in this cave. The path through the cave is in reasonably good condition. The cave can only be seen with a guide, and the only issue we had was that the tour guide spoke only Serbian, even though...More
Due to our climate changes we could be forced to use this type of lodging in a near future. There are few halls but I prefer Concert hall, Crystal hall and Choral Channel.
"Coral Channel"- hall and jewelry in it were created by the flow...More
Cave itself it`s magnificent.
Well marked, good light, excellent guide. My recommendation is to wear boots and jacket. It is very slippery so be careful. It is allowed to take photos but tour last so short that there is not enough time for everything (to...More
We came here as part of a trip we took to see an exchange student we had several years ago. His family wanted to treat us to as many sites as we could in the 5 days we had in Serbia. We all really enjoyed...More
If you are in the region, which isn't easy to reach, on narrow roads, almost without any signs (better to take an organized tour), it's defenitly worth visiting this impressive and deep cave. But be aware that there are a lot of wet slippery stairs,...More