Golubnjaca Pecina

Golubnjaca Cave - Bear Cave


Useful Information

Location: Close to the Bosnia-Hercegovina border. 140km south of Zagreb.
Open: Spring, Autumn daily 8-18, ticket office daily 8-14.
Summer daily 7-20, ticket office daily 7-16.
Winter daily 8-16, ticket office daily 8-12.
[2010]
Fee: NOV to MAR: Adults HRK 80, Children (7-18) HRK 40, Children (0-6) free.
Groups (15+): Adults HRK 70, Children (7-18) HRK 35.
APR to OCT: Adults HRK 110, Children (7-18) HRK 55, Children (0-6) free.
Groups (15+): Adults HRK 100, Children (7-18) HRK 50.
[2010]
Classification:  Karst cave
Light: none, bring torch
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Address: Nacionalni Park Plitvička Jezera, 53231 Plitvička Jezera, Tel: +385-53-751015, Fax: +385-53-751013, E-mail: contact
As far as we know this information was accurate when it was published (see years in brackets), but may have changed since then.
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Last update:$Date: 2015/08/30 21:55:42 $

History


Description

Golubnjaca Pecina (Bear Cave) is part of the Plitvice Lakes National Park. A wooden path along the lakes and stone steps lead up to the cave entrance. Once more a bear cave, with two enormous entrance portals, 24m and 46m meters high, a good location for bears. This cave is visible from far, from the lookout at Entrance 1 as well as from where the Lower Lakes canyon starts. It is located on the right shore of the Korana brook.

The cave is 160m long and equipped with 230 concrete steps and a concrete bridge. Once it also had electric light and a cave guide, and it was closed by a gate. But the electric light and the speleothems were destroyed, and so today the cave is open for self guided tours during a visit to the park. Bring a good torch and wear appropriate clothes.


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