The caves complex is presented in three major caves. The main cave is 420 m long with 4 huge halls stretching up to 60 m in the diameter and to over 30 m in height. One of the halls is called “concert-hall” due to its impressive size. The cave is rich with cave “jewellery” forms such as stalactites, stalagmites, curtains, basins, side-blocks and alike. It is presently inhabited by colony of bats and crickets. Other inhabitants could possibly also be found.
In the upper Bijambare cave stone-tools of the cave-man were found after brief explorations in 1967. Most probably many more could be dug-out. Skeletons of ancient bears, dears and other animals were also discovered in some of the caves.
Bijambare is ideal for families or nature and outdoor lovers. Park also has small river and a lake with educational eco-paths and mountain ambient of restaurant. Entering the caves, visiting acoustic part of the cave, learning about endemic flora and fauna of the area, walking through the thick wood, are only part of the rich offer of Bijambare!