Grabovaca Cave Park is a natural attraction in Croatia that offers visitors a chance to explore the underground world of caves. The park has six caves, but only one of them, Samograd Cave, is open to the public. The cave has four halls with various stalactites, stalagmites, columns and other formations. The cave is also home to several species of bats and other animals.
To visit Grabovaca Cave Park, you need to buy a ticket at the entrance. The ticket costs 40 kuna for adults and 20 kuna for children and students.
Grabovaca Cave Park is open from April to October, every day from 10:00 to 18:00.
The guided tours of Samograd Cave last about 45 minutes and start every hour. The tours are available in Croatian and English.
To get to Grabovaca Cave Park, you can drive or take a bus from Zagreb, Split or Zadar. The park is located near the town of Perušić, about 100 km from Zadar and 200 km from Zagreb and Split. There is a parking lot near the entrance.
Some tips for visiting Grabovaca Cave Park are:
- Wear comfortable shoes and warm clothes, as the cave temperature is around 8°C.
- Bring a flashlight and a camera, but do not use flash photography inside the cave.
- Do not touch or damage the cave formations or disturb the wildlife.
- Do not litter or smoke inside the park.
Grabovaca Cave Park is a great place to enjoy nature and learn about geology and biology. You can also visit the nearby Velebit Nature Park, which has hiking trails, viewpoints and other attractions. Grabovaca Cave Park is a must-see for anyone who loves caves and adventure.