To reach the cave take the main road to the village of Muslići near Tomaševo (25 km) and then take the macadam road (3 km) from the village church to the spring of the river Vranštica and the site Novakovića stijena (Novakovića Rock).Above the spring, at 100 meters on the left side of great scree there is the entrance to the cave. By its morphological characteristics Novakovića pećina is a branched speleological site. In numerous cave explorations speleologists found fluorescent marks and signs in sand or a stretched rope that treasure hunters left in order to get back easier to the entrance. Their fears were not justified because explorations, further measurements and speleological maps have shown that all corridors are circular and that they reconnect with the main corridor. The cave is 605 meters long and its entrance is small but after a couple of meters of a narrow entrance channel the cave “opens” into a larger room. It is easy to pass through it but there is one difficult point near the room called Kula (The Tower) where there is a small 3-4 meter jump.“The most beautiful parts of the cave are Skrivena odaja (The Hidden Chamber) which is located in the upper part of the cave as well as the rooms called Začarani grad ( the Magical City), Pikaso (Picasso), Ram i Galerija Dada Đurića (Frame and Dado Đurić Gallery). The highest point in the cave in is the channel Strmenica, and lowest is at the end of the underground river course. Total elevation difference between the highest and lowest point is 50.20 m", Madžgalj explains. Although the cave has a legal protection as a monument of nature, the frequency of attendance and passing through it and poor ecological culture have resulted with huge damages and many cave ornaments have been destroyed in the most beautiful parts of the cave. Caves can be visited from the 1st June to 31st October only with professional guides and adequate equipment. For the cave torus, contact speleologists of the local mountaineering- speleological clubs.
This passage is followed by a hall called Sniježni čovjek (Snowman) which is 55 meter long, 5 to 10 meters wide and its height is 9 to 13 meters. In the center of the hall there is a huge 6-meter tall statue of a snowman after which the cave was named. The hall is about 44 meters deep and from there it can be descended by a 13 meters long vertical to the corridor of spirits. From this point the cave branches into two parts. One branch leads through Koralni prolaz (Coral Corridor) to a nice hall called “Med i mlijeko” (“Honey and Milk”) which is abundant with cave ornaments and helictites specific for growing in all directions. Apart from that there are layers of the so-called cave milk after which this hall was named. Another branch leads to Pakleni kanal (Hell Channel) which is characteristic for a lot of mud and difficult passages. That channel ends at the depth of 83 meters with one periodical syon. One channel in the Snowman hall is still unexplored. A legend says that it goes under the river Lim and that it is connected with monastery Kumanica which is placed on the other side and that the passage was allegedly used to hide treasure from the monastery but research have not confirmed this theory.
Those who are coming by train can easily find the Cave, because railroad station is located next to the main road. In that way finding the directives and traffic signs won't be a problem. Going upstream through the Djalovica gorge, on the left side of the valley, at the place where valley joins the gorge, is the lowest of the four lakes known as "Vrazji firovi"- "Devil's Whirlpools". The largest of the three entrances to cave over Devil's Whirlpools is in the upper part of the valley. It is supposed that Djalovica cave is up to 200 kilometres long. The part over Devil's Whirlpools has been explored and it consists of large number of galleries, passages and chambers.
Valley of Ušće is suitable for picnic tourism, and particularly weekend tourism – for families and groups of friends. The most common are family gatherings where grilled culinary specialties are prepared.
Interior of the church, decorated with fresco painting in the 1670s, is almost completely preserved. Icons of the richly carved iconostasis are the works of our famous masters: Kosmas, Radule, Maksim Tujković and Simeon Lazović. The treasury of Nikoljac is rich and diversified (icons, metal ritual objects and books).
At that time, Miroslav’s Gospel, one of the most beautiful hand-written books in the world, was written for this monastery. The original is kept in the National Museum in Belgrade, and phototype edition is kept in the Church of the Saint Apostle Peter.This church belongs to the complex of Rascian sacred wholes. This is a Romanic church with Byzantine cruciform scheme. The church has a single nave with dome. Bluish cut stone laid in horizontal lines was used to build the walls. The Church of St. Peter was rebuilt and upgraded several times. The Turks turned it into a mosque. Today original shape of the church is partially recovered.