ENTRY TO THE CAVE
The tour of the cave
takes approx. 40 minutes.
permitted number of visitors in one group is 60 people.
At the entrance to
the cave groups pre-booked by e-mail or telephone have a priority over other
If a pre-booked
group does not present itself at the ticket office at least 20 minutes before
its visit, it loses its priority over other groups.
Visitors should wait
at the time booked with their tickets at
the entrance to the cave.
The cave may be
partially or completely closed for security or other reasons.
TOUR OF THE CAVE
During the visit of
the cave, visitors must follow the guide’s instructions. They must not interrupt their tour information.
Visitors should pay
due care and attention and following the guide’s instructions throughout the
tour, and in particular on staircases and in narrow spaces, or those with low
In the event of the
unexpected (e.g. power cuts), visitors must remain where they are, keep calm
and and follow the instructions of the guide.
Visitors must report
without delay any injury or indisposition to the guide.
Visitors who have pre-paid photography permits are not
allowed to separate from the group or otherwise delay or restrict other
Due to the cold, the
high air humidity and the demandingness of the route, entry to the cave is not
recommended for children under the age of 3, or people who are seriously ill.
The temperature in
the cave is approx. 8°C. Warm clothing is recommended.
Entry to the cave is forbidden
dogs and other animals (There are no exceptions to
people under the
influence of alcohol
children under the
age of 10 without their parents or other responsible person (teacher, etc)
NATURE PRESERVATION AND
PROTECTION OF THE CAVE EQUIPMENT
In the cave it is forbidden
disturb the bats
touch, snap off or
in any other way damage dripstone and sinter decorations and walls in the cave
enter any rooms
beyond the limits of the marked routes, or to detach yourself from the group
led by the guide
dump rubbish or in
any other way despoil the interior of the cave
packages, sporting equipments, walking sticks, umbrellas, tripods and similar items into the cave
take photographs or
make video recordings without a pre-paid photo permit
smoke, drink or eat
touch any of the
electrical or other equipment
Any breach of these
rules can lead to early termination of a visit without refund of the entrance
will be started against anyone who commits a serious breach of these rules
(particularly by damaging dripstone decorations).
Visitors can write
down their wishes, praises, remarks, complains into the complaints book which
will be put forward on demand at the ticket office. Complaints, comments and
other remarks can be included in the visitors’ book which is available on
demand at the ticket office.
caves are a part of a special area protected by law ČNR Nr.114/92 on the preservation of nature and natural
landscapes. For this reason, all visitors must respect its requirements both on
the surface and underground, must not damage natural phenomena (rock
formations, tree species, plants etc.) and must only use paths open to the
public. Breach of the preservation or damaging specially protected parts of
nature is liable to a penalty of up to
RNDr. Jaroslav Hromas Jiří
Hebelka Ing. Roman Plíšek
Director of the Cave Administration Manager of the Cave Administration Manager of Catherine´s Cave
of the Czech Republic of
the Moravian Karst