Djalovica cave is located 25km from Bijelo Pole and considered to be one of the most beautiful caves in Europe. The rout to the cave follows the town of Kolasin to the nearest town to the cave - Djalovica village. This rout takes approximately a few hours, and additional hour of walking from the village to the cave. The main entrance is located above two lakes called Devil's whirlpools. In summer they are usually dry. Speleologists from Belgrad has been studying Djalovica cave since 1987, and this year considered the year of its opening. Presumably, the total length of the cave with numerous stringers is more than 200km. To 1997, the scientists have moved deep for 10km in 10 years, and Czech Speleologists have increased this number for more 9km.
Djalovica cave has been left untouched for a long time due to its location: the entrance is located on the territory of Montenegro, however, the whole cave - on the territory of Serbia. Neither side did not hasten to invest in reclamation, fearing someone makes use of other's achievements.
Despite of this, the specialists from different countries continue to explore the cave. As a result, all concluded unanimously, that this object is not only a unique natural phenomenon, but it also presents a tangible speleological value. It is known, that the process of formation of mountains is not completed in Montenegro. Deep in hard rock, the nature has been creating and creates unique by beauty and degree caves with gigantic halls, rivers and lakes. For example, some domes of Djalovica cave reach 30 meters high.
The excursions to the cave are attributed to extreme tourism, therefore just experienced speleologists, who are ready physically and emotionally, are allowed to the cave. It is possible to see about 2,5km of the cave. The excursion is time consuming, seeing the cave after a decent takes about 4 hours, climbing back can reach 2 hours.
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