Distance: 2.2 km (a little over a miles)
Duration: 4-5 hours
The tour departs from the Ticket Office by the Aggtelek Baradla Cave entrance. The Park transports participants to Jósvafő (and back to Aggtelek at the end of the tour). From Jósvafő you will trek overland 1 km with your guide to the Kossuth Cave entrance. Time inside the cave will be about 2-3 hours and traverse a 1.2 km route (total there and back). The total duration including the surface and subterranean sections will take approximately 4-5 hours. The Special Kossuth Cave Tour can be classified as a difficult. Participants should be in good physical condition and be capable of climbing through certain passages. But don’t fret; we guarantee that the unforgettable experience and sights make all the effort worthwhile! From every perspective, the Kossuth Cave is characterised by unique and powerful erosion-formed geological treasures such as fibre stone columns. Accompanied the entire way by the roar of the subterranean creek, visitors will even have to use ropes to cross the lake to the beautiful Hopeless Siphon (marking the terminus of the route).
The Tour Route
Please be aware that advanced booking (at least 2 weeks) is required to participate on this tour. You may join an already booked tour, but this completely depends on the numbers. To book, or to try to join an already scheduled group, please inquire at the Tourinform Office.
Adult: 5.000 Ft/person
Discount tickets*: 4.000 Ft/person
*Conditions for discounted tickets:
- • Hungarian and foreign children at least 14 years-old with valid student ID,
- retired person
The +1 Cave Discount: Visitors participating on the Baradla Long Tour qualify for a 50% discount on either the Imre Vass or Rákoczi Cave Tours. This offer is only valid on standard adult or discounted tickets, not for family, combination, or class trip tickets. Furthermore, the deal is only redeemable for two days following your Long Tour. Please present your used ticket stub at the Tourinform Office to qualify.
GPS Coordinates: N48o28,2792' E020o29,7262'
From the direction of Aggtelek or Trizs, turn left at the petrol (gas) station (turn right from the direction of Jósvafő) After about 500 m you will spot a 50 m high cliff face, at the base of which is located the ticket office and cave entrance. Parking is on the left.
GPS Coordinates: N48o29,2719' E020o33,0292'
The tour departs from the Ticket Office by the entrance to the Baradla Cave in Aggtelek, and later returns to the same place. The Park will transport participants to Jósvafő, and also later return them to Aggtelek. From Jósvafő, the guide will escort you to the Kossuth Cave.
Tickets can be purchased at the Baradla Cave Aggtelek Entrance.
The tour, with the exception of the section by the entrance, is undeveloped without built walkways. Only battery-operated flashlights (torches) are allowed in the cave. These are provided free of charge by the Park.
The temperature of this active (water flowing) cave is 10°C/50˚F. Due to the permanent presence of water and mud, it is required that you dress appropriately in rubber boots and/or bring a spare pair of shoes. In addition, dress in layers and bring spare clothing to change into after the tour.
The tour departs from the Ticket Office by the entrance to the Baradla Cave in Aggtelek, and later returns to the same place. The Park will transport participants to Jósvafő, and also later return them to Aggtelek. From Jósvafő, the guide will escort you to the Kossuth Cave about 10 minutes walk away. Visitors will spend 2-3 hours exploring the cave.
Participants must be at least 14 years old and 160 cm tall (5.25 feet).
The tour is available the entire year (depending on the weather, for example it may not be possible if there is flooding). Advanced bookings must be made in writing (email is fine) at least 2 weeks prior. Moreover, a minimum of 5 people (maximum 10) is necessary before a tour may set out.
Baradla Cave, Aggtelek Ticket Office: (+36) 48-503-003
Tourinform Office, Aggtelek: (+36) 48-503- 000
3759 Aggtelek, Baradla oldal 3