Lipa cave (Lipska pećina) is located near Cetinje and is one of the largest caves in Montenegro. Tours are organized daily, just note that the air temperature is much lower inside so be sure to bring a sweatshirt or a light jacket.
Its reconstructed and suited for visitors and is a very nice and unique place to see during your Montenegro stay.
Lipa Cave is one of the largest caves in Montenegro. The cave with a system of about 2.5 kilometres of passages and halls. The difference in elevation between the highest and the lowest point in the cave system is more than 300 m. Part of the cave contains an underground river, it starts close to…
a marvelous gallery of underground halls, of exceptional speleological value. The total length of the explored corridors is about 2,500 meters. Underground watercourses, lakes and springs increase its natural beauty and make it even more attractive and appealing.
Near by city of Cetinje, below the Belvedere lookout point, which offers a view of the Skadar Lake valley, there is the Lipska Cave, a wonderful gallery of underground halls of exceptional speleological value. The total length of the explored corridors is about 2,500 meters, with several…
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“Podgorica is positioned in an ideal position to explore the whole of Montenegro from one place. If you are fearless one day you can set aside for this Canyon. An experienced guide must guide you through the canyon, you must never enter without a guide because it can be extremely dangerous. From one point onwards in the canyon there is no going back but you can only go forward. From experience I tell you that you will not regret if you try this :)”
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“One of he most important sightseeing places to visit in Montenegro. If you make a tour through Cetinje, you should definitely go on and see this. ”
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