Did you know that Montenegro is a country of karst? Nature sought her peace in that karst millions of years ago, leaving behind a plethora of wonderful caves that will awaken the explorer in you!



Deepest pit: 1,027 m - Željezna Jama (Iron Pit), Maganik

Longest cave: 17,500 m - Cave above Vražji Firovi, Bijelo Polje

Deepest vertical: 429 m - NYX, Cave on Trešten peak, Maganik

Highest stalagmite: 18 m - Monolith, Cave above Vražji Firovi, Bijelo Polje

Interesting information about the cave above Vražji firovi - Đalovića cave:

The largest lake: “Dugo jezero“ ("Long Lake") - 220 m

The highest stalagmite: “Monolit“ ("Monolith") - 18 m, reaches a height of six floors

The largest hall: “Veliki Brat“ ("Big Brother"), whose dimensions are of the football field, 100 m long and 40 m wide.

The longest canal: “Dugi Kanal“ ("Long Canal") - about 5 km

The longest siphon: “Češki“ ("Czech") - 70 m


Whatever you intend to do, follow the advice of the Mountain Rescue Service of Montenegro and get informed. For emergencies, call: 112

Discover unique Montenegro

So small you could drive across it in an afternoon. Don’t just skim through it but try to truly absorb it’s essence.

Explore destination year-round

Although small country it is incredibly diverse. See how much it can offer you:

Travel responsibly

Did you know? In 1991, the Montenegrin authorities adopted a declaration by which the country became the first ecological state in the world.

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