Rajko's cave was named after the hajduk - the robber Rajko, who is supposed to have lived in the 19th century. He robbed Turkish caravans at night and hid his treasure in this cave.
The cave was first explored by the geographer Jovan Cvijić in 1894, and the research was continued only in the seventies of the twentieth century.
Rajko's cave was opened for tourists in 1975.
It is rich in cave jewelry of fairy-tale shapes (the jewelry is made of the highest quality white crystalline calcite). The corridors of Rajkova Pečina are over two kilometers long and are divided into river and dry horizons.
The temperature of the cave is a constant 8 degrees Celsius, and the humidity is 100%, which is why warmer clothes are recommended for visiting the cave, even in the summer. The length of the trail, accessible to visitors, inside the Rajko cave is about 1.4 kilometers.
PRICE OF GUIDANCE
Price for hiring a tourist guide is 80,00 EUR (this is the total price for a group of up to 4 people).
In case you have a larger group of adventurers (for groups of 5 or more people) - call the agency.
The price of the guide does not include the fee charged by the Tourist Organization of the Municipality of Majdanpek for entry to all visitors to this area (Valja Prerast is a protected natural asset).
The price of the guide does not include the price of visiting Rajko Cave (Rajko Cave is a protected natural monument) and the Tourist Organization of the Municipality of Majdanpek charges the entrance fee.
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