A path leading from the lower part takes you up to the dry part of the cave. The ascent is similar to walking up to the 13th floor of a building. The upper part of the cave has stalactites and stalagmites, rimstone pools and small lakes. It is really a treasury of cave structures with spaghetti-like stalactites, large stalactites resembling a stalk of bananas, bulbous dripstones and a great stalacpipe organ. There is also a natural bridge arching over the path to the upper cave. In the past, there was running water in this part of the cave as well, but it gradually moved to lower areas.
Cave temperature: 10° C
Don’t forget: Suitable footwear and clothes
Visit duration: Approx. 1 hour
Adults single ticket ….10 €
Seniors, secundary school students single ticket …..8 €
Children (4 – 15 years) single ticket….6 €
Adults groups over 15 persons…..8 €
School groups (primary school pupils, secondary school students) over 15 persons…..5 €
At the cave only cash transactions are possible.
During the 2020 epidemic we have changed tour times as shown below
Saturday and Sunday: at 10am, 12am, 2pm and 4pm
On Saturday and Sunday at 17.00 you can experience the beauty of the undeground with a handheld flashlight in our karst cave Pekel. Bring it with you.
Monday closed, from Tuesday to Friday guided tours at 3 pm, and 5 pm
It is highly recommended that you follow safety instructions entering the cave and to follow instructions given by the guieds (wearing masks, maintaining safety distance).
If you wish to visit our cave or coming in a group but scheduled time does not suit you, we can tailor the time that will work for you at no extra cost. Do not hesitate to contact us on below numbers.
+386 3 70 02 056
+386 31 645 937
Tourist Office Pekel Cave
+386 3 57 02 138