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Modric Cave (Modric Spilja)

Modric | Near Paklenica National Park, Croatia
+385 98 348 437
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So uniqe and beautiful! I loved it! Perfect place to cool off for two hours in hot summer days... read more

Reviewed 11 August 2017
Zagreb, Croatia
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We had the most fabulous morning in Modric Cave with our two children. Marijan the guide and his... read more

Reviewed 18 April 2017
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Modric | Near Paklenica National Park, Croatia
+385 98 348 437

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Reviewed 11 August 2017 via mobile

So uniqe and beautiful! I loved it! Perfect place to cool off for two hours in hot summer days :) it isn't one of those crowded turistic place, you really get to spent time in touch with this kind of nature

Thank 13Diva
Reviewed 18 April 2017 via mobile

We had the most fabulous morning in Modric Cave with our two children. Marijan the guide and his assistant Dolores, were professional and entertaining too. The cave is completely untouched by man and it is incredible to be able to experience it in its natural...More

Thank gordonce
Reviewed 25 January 2017

Me and my friends decided to see this cave and it was a beautiful adventure. Modric cave was very interesting and I'm glad we went there. It's worth visiting. The tour was very good and well organized. What I liked the most was those few...More

Thank Anot2017
Reviewed 27 July 2016

Thanks to Marijan and Mariana for sharing their knowledge, patience and their sense of adventure. It was a fabulous experience and it has set a very high standard for my next cave adventure.

Thank worldly2016
Reviewed 27 January 2016 via mobile

There are many caves you can visit around the world, whether luray in Virginia or grotti di castellana, Zeus' cave on Peloponnese., but you have not really experienced real spelunking if you are walking on a lighted pathway. Here you have wonderful guides, legitimate equipment...More

Thank penguinsteak
Reviewed 23 November 2015

This is a must do. Really enjoyed ourselves. He's funny and explains things very clearly. Does require a little flexibility but it's not scary at all. The entrance is the biggest mental hurdle. Would definitely recommend this. If you are coming off a cruise ship,...More

1  Thank dcossette
Reviewed 29 August 2015

We spend a really Nice time with marijan and his team, he is very professionnal and he have lot of humour. He like nature and we learned lot of things. I recommand everybody to go with him to visit this cave. Thanks again marijan. The...More

Thank Chrisnlaure
Reviewed 13 August 2015 via mobile

We went as a family with out 4 kids ages 15,13,7 and 7. We all enjoyed the experience. It's truly one of a kind. Marijan and Marijana were great guides. They spoke all languages to accommodate the entire group. The groups were perfect size. The...More

Thank Samantha B
Reviewed 1 June 2015 via mobile

Marjan, a very experienced and knowledgeable caver has been doing this for over 19 years and he knows everything. He made the tour great with his humour. The caves themselves were just fascinating. We are really glad we did this , it was an educational...More

1  Thank nestorua
Reviewed 1 June 2015 via mobile

This is was an amazing day. We got to change overalls which looked incredible. We were given carbide tanks and a helmet containing mechanism for a flame. This provided us with a natural light rather than artificial LED. The guide, Marijan is a real caveman...More

Thank EdgarasK
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