General

Dear traveler, this tour will not be available during the winter season. It’ll be available again after 15.04.2018 Early bookings can be made using our online reservation system. For all bookings made prior to 31.3.2018 we will give you Belgrade airport (train station/bus station)-Belgrade hotel transfer for free.

This unique monument of nature consists of two natural phenomena. First one represents soil figures created by soil erosion, while second one are mineral springs which are famous for their high acidity.

Tour starts from arranged point at appointed time. Trip from Belgrade to Devil’s Town lasts between three and four hours, depending on road conditions, breaks and requests for photo stops.

We reach Devil’s Town around noon when we start the exploration of this unique place in the world. Total number of soil figures is 202 and their height vary from 2 to 15 meters. There are two springs inside of the complex, Devil’s Water and Red Well. Both springs are characteristic by their high mineralisation and strong acidity. Red Well got its name after red colour which water leaves behind, and cause for this effect lays in iron oxide which is contained in this water in large quantities.
During and fall, when strong winds are blowing, characteristically roar is formed from air passing through soil figures. All of these phenomena were the reasons for locals to name this place Devil’s Town.  More about this place can be found on their official presentation www.djavoljavaros.com
Time required for this visit is around two hours, and we advise you to wear comfortable and sports footwear because of terrain configuration, and also light clothes are advisable. Visit is not physically demanding and it’s suitable for everybody no matter of age or physical fitness, but be prepared for a bit of physical activity.

After we finish visiting Devil’s Town we strongly suggest stopping by the nearby tavern, decorated in ethno manner, for lunch. Since this place is rustic and quite isolated from civilization in an already intact part of the country, it is ideal for enjoying the peace and quiet, beautiful nature, good food and drink.

After this gourmet adventure is over we are ready for return journey back to Belgrade, but on the way back we can stop by to visit Kuršumlija and Saint Nicholas monastery from the 12th century.

Journey plan given in this tour description is not fixed, it’s just result of our perception of most interesting points on this route and result of our own experience. In any moment we can alter the rout and adjust it to interests and wishes of travellers.

One comment

Alex
February 28, 2013
Too bad we didn`t know for you seven year ago when Tim and I came to visit Serbia for the first time. It wasn`t an ordinary tour for us since our father was born near Kursumlija some 80 year ago. Too cut the long and sentimental story short, we learned for The Devils Town in one bookstore in Belgrade and we decided to go there since we already had plans to visit Kursumlija. Well, it was not that easy to find it, but I can tell you it was worth the trouble! What a place! We had a great time even though it was raining all the way. So glad that we found you (It seems Google ads did the job :), we now have apprx. one year to decide which one of your tours to book! See you guys in June 2014!! VOLIM TI SRBIJA! :)
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Available departures

This is a daily tour.

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Details on prices and services

Tour prices (prices are per tour, not per person):
1-3 persons 329 €
4-6 persons 399 €
7-8 persons 449 €
Services included in the price:
Transportation
Driver/guide service
Refreshment during journey
Tour organization
What is extra:
Entry tickets for Devil's Town ~3€ per person
Lunch ~15€ per person*
Personal expenses
* Price shown is an average price for lunch per person based on restaurant’s menu, but it can vary depending on guest’s demands for food and drinks

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