Thursday, 15 November 2018 13:19

Travelife award ceremony

This year Travelife award ceremony was held during the WTM in London. It took place at the stand of the ITC She Trades which gathers 19 Women's Entrepreneurial Initiatives form Kenya and Ghana. In this way Travelife express its support and empowers to African women and send a message and call for all of us to do the same.

Elite travel took part at the ceremony and our Vice President Mr Marko Resetar recived a Travelife Certified certificate from Mr Naut Kusters, manager of Travelife for tour operators.

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Vjetrenica, “wind cave” or “blowhole”, is the largest and most important cave in Bosnia and Herzegovina and one of the most important caves in the Dinaric Alps, mountain range, which is famous worldwide for its karst and speleological riches. It is bordering Dubrovnik area, thus providing opportunity to explore diversity of the area.

Vjetrenica Cave, Gostionica Zavala and Wine bar Ravno.

The Vjetrenica Cave has all the ingredients to enjoy, learn and experiencing surprises. You will feel a pleasant fresh wind at the entrance, decorated with beautiful petrogliphs. It is the richest cave in the world in terms of subterranean biodiversity with more than two hundred different species are registered in it.

The visiting sector of the cave has large size galleries with a path from which you will be able to admire gorgeous speleothems (stalactites, stalagmites, columns, cascade-like flowstone formations, calcite gours) and lakes with the olm (proteus anguinus), the only cave-dwelling chordate species found in Europe.

The total length of discovered channels is about 6,230m, which about 500m is walkable and illuminated (walking tour takes about one hour). The cave has many corridors, halls, lakes and waterfalls as well as a multitude of tiny animal species adapted to life in the underworld. The Big Lake is the longest (about 180m) where numerous endemic species have found their home. It is the richest cave in the world in terms of subterranean biodiversity. Main channel of the cave cuts 2,5 km deep into the earth and could stretch right to the Adriatic Sea. The cave entrance is located in village of Zavala, where monuments and ruins witness unique mixture of Roman Catholic, Orthodox and Oriental civilizations. You can feel the first dashes of Mediterranean standing on the doors of continent beyond.

-The tour starts from your hotel or meeting point at 09.00 a.m.. We expect return to the hotel around 06.00 p.m.
-After guided tour of Cave Vjetrenica we invite you for a wine tasting in charming underground cellar in Ravno village.
-Afterwards we will have fantastic opportunity to taste some of the local cuisine in the beautiful setting of the restaurant located in the old railway station building in Zavala. -During our stay in Zavala (not specified when because it depends to the number of other visitors) we will visit Orthodox Monastery and ruins of Roman Catholic church of St. Peter (dated in period 9th – 11th century). – See more at:
Please note:
-passport required
-sportswear recommended
-helmets and jackets distribution at the Cave entrance (please make sure to wear it at all times while in Cave)
-bring your camera and make some fabulous pictures (please follow guide instructions while in the Cave) follow guide instructions and safety recommendations at all times
-not recommended for guests with disabilities – See more at:

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