Lipa cave is the first cave adventure in Montenegro offering a charming diversity of karstic features which provide visitors with a unique experience of the underground world. The cave’s authenticity lies in its genuine wilderness of a 2,5 km long system of passages and halls carved out in complete darkness by countless drops of water over the course of 6 million years.

April 1 has traditionally been the opening date of Lipa cave to visitors and December 1 the closing date. During these 8 months, the cave is open to visitors every day and the tours are conducted according to the publicly available schedule.

During the months of April and November, there are three scheduled tours a day, beginning at 10:00, 12:00, and 14:00 hours, whereas from May to October, there are 5 scheduled tours a day, each beginning at 10:00, 11:30, 13:00, 14:30, and 16:00h.

Cave experience tours start and end at our parking lot where tickets are bought. Tours start at the exact stated timings in accordance with the schedule. Therefore, visitors are required to be at our parking lot at least 30 minutes before the tour so they can buy tickets on time, get all the necessary information, and prepare for the visit. Visitors must take their seats on the train five minutes before the tour starts and our team can make sure that everyone is seated and check their tickets.

After a seven-minute picturesque ride to the cave, visitors step out of the train and are greeted by a guide who informs them of the cave etiquette prior to entering the cave, during which time they can put on their jackets/sweatshirts, or other warm clothes and acclimate to the lower temperature in the cave which is around 10 degrees Celsius.

Keeping in mind that, much like all other speleological objects, Lipa cave is a protected natural site under Montenegrin law, visitors must adhere to the rules communicated prior to entering. Those entail that taking pictures without flash is allowed and that visitors are to follow the guide and stick to the group. Video recording, walking outside the designated paths, littering, touching, damaging, and taking biological material and natural creations outside of the protected natural area is strictly prohibited, as is bringing in food, drinks, or pets.

The duration of the tour is 60 minutes, including the train ride to the cave and back, which is enough time to embrace many overwhelming cave features. The price of the ticket includes parking, train ride to the cave and back, a guided tour, and basic insurance within the cave.

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