Attractive, spacious and mysterious, Serbia’s caves are a must-see for archaeology and speleology enthusiasts, mountaineers and for all who appreciate pristine nature.

Some of them were inhabited by humans as early as in the Neolithic Period; others provided shelter to various animal species that have long since gone extinct such as cave bears, mammoths and polar foxes; there are also caves which hide whole rivers and waterfalls deep inside them... But they have all acquired the same natural shape over the centuries!
While archaeologists forage caves to uncover natural history, speleologists are drawn by the cave formations which decorate the ceilings and walls of each one of them. Stalactites, stalagmites, cave columns, draperies and petrified waterfalls are just some of the formations shaped by water drops over the millennia and coloured by cave minerals in a myriad of colours and shades.
These unique natural decorations can only be found inside caves, so a tour provides a special opportunity to enjoy them.

On the slopes of the Homolje mountains, at the easternmost end of Serbia, lies Ceremošnja cave known for its spacious halls adorned with stalactites, stalagmites and numerous other cave...
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Bogovina Cave
Bogovina cave is situated in Eastern Serbia, in the area of Bogovina village on the slopes of South Kučaj mountain. With an explored length of 6 kilometres, it is one of the longest caves in Serbia.
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Hadži Prodan’s Cave
This spacious cave in the valley of the Rašćanska river is named after the famous Serbian military commander Hadži Prodan. Together with the revolutionary leader Karađorđe, Hadži Prodan led...
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Dubočka Cave
Nestling cosily at the foot of Zviške mountains in Eastern Serbia, Dubočka cave takes its name from the colourful village of Dubok. The majestic entrance, 25 metres wide and a full 20 metres...
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Ravništarka Cave
There are many caves in the region of Kučevo in Eastern Serbia, which makes it a true paradise for speleology enthusiasts. In addition to caves of exceptional beauty, such as Dubočka and...
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Potpećka Cave
The mighty subterranean rivers that flow through south-western Serbia have carved Potpećka cave, one of the most interesting speleological landmarks of Serbia.
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Rajko’s Cave
Rajko’s cave is named after the legendary 19th Century military commander Rajko who, according to local folklore, led a double life. After serving guests at the local inn during the day,...
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Resava Cave
Resava Cave, estimated to be 80 million years old, is situated in the limestone hill of Babina glava in Eastern Serbia. That makes it one of the oldest caves in Serbia!
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Risovača Cave
Risovača hill, situated in Central Serbia, at the entrance to the town of Aranđelovac, boasts Risovača Cave, a major archaeological and paleontological site.
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Stopića Cave
Stopića Cave, a true gem of nature, lies on the slopes of Mount Zlatibor - one of the most visited Serbian mountains - at an elevation of 711 metres above sea level.
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Zlot Caves
The area around the village of Zlot, near Kučaj in Eastern Serbia, is rich in speleological sites - known as Zlot Caves.
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