Demänovská Ice Cave represents the northern part of the world - famous Demänovské Caves in the Low Tatras in the Demänovská Valley. Discovered in 1299, it is one of the oldest known caves in Europe. It is remarkable for the occurrence of permanent ice filling, bizarre and massive shapes of underground spaces, rare cave fauna, as well as rich history. It is located in the Bašta nad Kamennou cottage cottage. Of the 1,900 m, 680 m are open to the public.
Demänovská Cave of Freedom is a karst cave in the Low Tatras in the Demänovská valley, one of the Demänovské caves. It was discovered in 1921 and is the most visited cave in Slovakia. The Demänovská Cave of Freedom, which for many years has enchanted visitors with a rich sinter filling of various colors, the mysterious underground stream of the Demänovka and enchanting lakes.
Važecká Cave is one of the most famous caves in northern Slovakia in the Liptov basin near Važec. It is located in the valley of Biele Váh on the northern edge of the Low Tatras in the Kozie chrbty mountains, at the edge of the village Važec, at an altitude of 784 m above sea level. m. The cave was discovered by student Ondrej Húska in 1922 and made it provisionally accessible in six years. Although the Važecká Cave is one of the shorter caves accessible, it is known for the occurrence of rich droplet decoration, remarkable finds of cave bear bones, as well as rare cave fauna.
Little Stanišovská cave is located in Jánská dolina near the village of Liptovský Ján. Its length is 871 m, depth 28 meters. The cave has been open to the public since 15 January 2010 and is 410 meters away. It is interesting that the cave is accessible in its original condition, with a minimum of modifications and also without lighting. It is the only year-round cave in Liptov open every day.