Lipa cave has officially been open for visitors since May 10. Although we spent a lot of time waiting to begin with our primary work activity, the tour of the underground nature of Montenegro, we were quite diligent. Willing to refresh our ambiance and contribute to the attractiveness of our entire offer, we decided to redesign our train and expand the offer of our café bar Lipa.

Over the years of doing business, the train has become a very recognizable part of our brand. It is the first thing our incoming visitors notice as the means of transport that takes them down the fragrant countryside road to the atmosphere making them feel as if they were “on another planet”.

The train is where the beauty of the Lipa Dobrska village and National Parks Lake Skadar and Prokletije spark the thrill that continues throughout our hour-long tour.

However, no one gets more excited about the train than our youngest visitors, and as soon as they spot it, they start rushing towards it. Willing to additionally stimulate their imagination and follow the trends and interests of the youth, this year we decided to have the outside of our train covered in graffiti. Among numerous motifs, one can notice well-known cave formations like stalactites and stalagmites, useful information such as our website, and the date of when our cave was officially opened for tourist visits. The artist’s colorful shapes freely sprayed by the artist reflect our optimism and sincere belief that tourists will bring more color to entire Montenegro this season.

Our optimism is further strengthened by the expansion of our café bar. We’ve added four more tables which we designed and made by ourselves using eco-friendly materials. With their rustic charm, the tables and seats are in perfect harmony with the surroundings. We are also preparing a unique drink and event offer for the visitors of our café bar. The bar is open every day from 10 am to 4 pm, and starting in July, it will be welcoming our guests in the evenings as well.

In line with the practice we’ve developed from the very beginning, there are five tours a day, including weekends and holidays, starting at 10:00, 11:30, 13:00, 14:30, and 16:00 hours. There is no need to book tickets in advance, but we recommend our visitors arrive 15 minutes before the beginning of a tour to buy a ticket and take their places on the train in compliance with the current measures against the spread of the coronavirus.

All additional and new information is available on our website and our Facebook and Instagram pages.