Ethno lunch in a local restaurant
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Hotel/port pick up and drop off
Know Before You Book
Passport or ID needed for border crossing.
Customers can change hotel pick up time as they prefer 24 hours before pick up.
What you can expect
Departing from Dubrovnik, head towards the Majkovi. Stop at the photo panorama Gajina, where there is a beautiful view of the Elafiti islands. Continue your trip to Ravno, small village close to Vjetrenica cave.
Underground habitats of Vjetrenica make cave channels, cracks, groundwater. Vjetrenica is the most famous cave in Bosnia and Herzegovina, protected natural monument and tourist destination in the southeastern part of Herzegovina. A total of approximately 6,700 meters of underground channels and corridors. Speleological peculiarities of this unique cave are specific beauty, wide corridors and halls, many clusters of icicles, and a rich hydrographic world with many lakes, several waterfalls, more permanent streams and dozens of smaller periodic streams which flow different directions. Particularly attractive is the phenomenon of strong wind at the entrance and the significant flow of air in several places in the interior, as well as the ancient collapsing ceilings gigantic proportions. Protected natural monument since 1950, and in 1981 declared a geomorphological nature reserve. Vjetrenica is characterised by extremely rich cave world, in which is recorded more than 200 different animal species, of which more than 90 troglobites (animal fully adapted to life in the underworld), making it the first in the world for bio-diversity.
After visiting the cave you will go for lunch in a local restaurant and taste the local specialities such as meat under the bell and sweet liqueurs.
After lunch, head back down the Popovo field, where you will make a break for a photo panorama. After the photo panoramas, drive back to Dubrovnik.