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Jaskyňa mŕtvych netopierov (The Dead Bats Cave).

Open: daily except Mondays through July and August. The rest of the year the cave is mostly open on weekends, but one can book a visit on other days too.

Open: daily except Mondays through July and August. The rest of the year the cave is mostly open on weekends, but one can book a visit on other days too.

Tickets: The basic A tour costs Sk180, Sk80 for children.

How to get there: take a bus or drive a car from Bystrá village to Trangoška. From there, hike the trail about one hour in the direction of the MR Štefánik cottage, following the signs for the cave. You can also approach the cave from Chopok and Liptovský Ján.

Booking: the number of cave visitors is limited due to nature protection and thus advance booking is required. To book call 048/6175-428 or 0905/135-535.

For more information visit http://jmn.speleo.sk (also in English).

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