The Škocjan Caves (Škocjanske jame) continue to be the only monolith in Slovenia and the Classical Karst region on UNESCO’s list of natural and cultural world heritage sites. Therefore, they hold a significant position amongst the world’s natural monoliths. In addition to our caverns, just those in the border location in between Hungary and Slovakia (Aggtelek Karst and Slovak Karst), Mammoth Caves and Carlsbad Caverns in the UNITED STATE have received the same honor. Various other caverns have been gotten in as cultural monoliths (for example Altamira in Spain and the ancient websites and cave paintings of the V?zere Valley
Škocjan caves are under UNESCO protection Škocjan caves (?Škocjanske jame?), the series of limestone caves are the second most known cave system among Slovenia caves (the first one is Postojna cave) and are located in southwestern Slovenia. Škocjan caves and surrounding Regional Park are under UNESCO protection since 1986. Škocjan caves are located 1.5km from highway Ljubljana-Koper. Nearest town is Divača, which is about 5km away. Divača has train and bus station as well.