Private Postojna Caves

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A fantastic web of tunnels, passages, galleries and halls await you on this private spelunking tour of the Postojna Cave.

Private Postojna Caves

The Postonja Cave is one of the best known cave systems in the the world and, at 24,340 meters long, is the 2nd largest cave system in Croatia. On this guided tour you will take an underground train ride then enjoy a guided walking tour of this natural wonder. Descend into a subterranean universe of mazelike passages, breathtaking stalagmites and extraordinary geological formations. While here, keep an eye out for the "baby dragons!" These olms are cave dwelling animals capable of surviving 10 years without food.

This private tour includes a scenic ride to Postonja Cave and back to port. Don't miss out! Sign up to tour this popular cave now and see why it has drawn more than 35 million visitors in 200 years.

Please Note: As this tour involves a border crossing, please ensure that you have your passport with you.

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from $127.00 (USD)
Per Person
Tour Type
Group Size
Activity Type(s)
Tour Duration
4.75 Hours
Activity Level
Tour Leaves From
Cruise Ship Pier
Food/Beverage Provided
Not Included
Special Instructions
We recommend wearing comfortable, light clothing, sensible, flat-soled walking shoes and a light jacket. We recommend wearing comfortable, light clothing, sensible, flat-soled walking shoes. A warm jacket is also recommended as temperatures in the cave can be as low as 8 degrees Celsius or 47 degrees Fahrenheit.
The inside of the cave is reachable by an electric train. Guests with limited mobility can take only the journey inside and outside of the cave. This takes approximately 15 minutes. Photography and videotaping are not allowed in the caves.