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Bijambare Caves is a speleological complex surrounded by thick conifer forest, two brooks, small lakes, and some rare endemic species. Speleological Area is a protected natural site located northeast of Sarajevo on Sarajevo-Tuzla Highway (approximately 40 km from Sarajevo). Bijambare Caves is a speleological complex surrounded by thick conifer forest, two brooks, small lakes, several springs and a great variety of mushrooms, medicinal herbs and some rare endemic species. The area is ideal for outdoor picnics, hunting, fishing, hiking, speleological research...
The complex is composed of several caves, but only three are open to visitors.
The most popular cave is Srednja bijambarska pecina or the Middle Bijambare Cave. It is over 400 m long with a passageway which branches into four chambers ornamented with stalactites hanging from the cave roof extending into spectacular curtains and stalagmites which form the cave floor. The fourth chamber is the largest and it is called the "Music Chamber” due to its acoustic effects. The Central Bijambare Cave is home to bats and crickets and some other species. There are numerous findings from the Ice Age (animal skeletons) and Paleolite (cave men). A hundred meters from the Central Cave, you will come across the Lower Bijambare Cave, where the Brodic Crook sinks.