The Bears cave from Chiscau Romania
The cave system was first discovered in 1975 when exploratory mining blasting revealed the caverns. They were then explored by a group of scientists known as Speodava who found a massive amount of bones that once belonged to ancient, extinct cave bears that hadn't walked the Earth for over 27, 000 years.
By 1980, the Bears' Cave was opened to the public, quickly becoming the most popular attraction in the area. The cave offers four galleries to explore including the Scientific Gallery and the Candles Gallery. The Bones Gallery may be the most impressive and iconic of the four however, as this cavern contains a walk way that circle the full skeleton of a cave bear that is still embedded in the stone floor.
We pick you up from your Oradea hotel at 8-9 o'clock in the morning and we are going to Bears cave situated around 90 km away.
Our trip lasts around 2 hours.
Once there, we are visiting the cave ( around 45 minutes) with the guide which will translate from Romanian all the explanations.
The admission ticket costs 20 Lei and is to be paid by every tourist.
We may stop somewhere to eat and drink at your choice.
The retour lasts other 2 hours. At evening we shall drop you off at your hotel
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Hotel
End Point Options: Hotel
Duration: 8 hours
It depends on traffic and the number of visitors
The trip is made with a Opel Vivaro minivan 8 seats - driver, guide + up to 6 tourists
» air conditioning system
» independent heating
» audio system - mp3 player Sony
» reclining bucket seats with seat belts
» armrests for each seating position
» upholstered and sound proofed interior (including the ceiling);
» floor mats;
» car boot for luggage
» box thule (at request)
» tinted windows
Fabrication year 2016
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
Estimated Local Cash Needed
100 RON - The entrance ticket costs 20 RON
For meal drink 80 RON are necessary
1 Euro = 4.5 Ron
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks