Hidden at the base of a 50-meter-deep sinkhole, called Doboș’s Pit, the cave is a little gem of nature. After a narrow and strongly descending gallery at the entrance, there is an elongated hall, beautifully ornated, from which emerges an ascending gallery, 15 meters high. On its only 320 meters, this cave, which is part of the adventure caving network of Padurea Craiului, displays hundreds of stalagmites and stalactites, one more beautiful and brighter than the other.
Attention, the visit is allowed only in the company of accredited guides!
In order to visit the caves in Pădurea Craiului, tourists must contact a local operator, who will make them a price offer and facilitate the visit, in accordance with the visiting regulations. A specialized guide will accompany them throughout the visit, and personal protective equipment will be provided by tour operators active in the area.
Consult the visit regulations and the description of the cave.
This cave is located on the T9 cycle route “Valea Roșiei in pictures”.
On the route Oradea – Deva (E 79)
Beiuș – Delani – Petreasa – Remetea – Căbești – Roșia
On the route Oradea – Cluj (E60)
Borod – Bratca – Damiș – Roșia
The Doboș cave can be reached on DJ 764 until Cheile Albioarei, where near the forest canton, the signs to Traditional Casa and Cătunul Runcuri will be followed.