Orlovača is one of the most beautiful caves in the Republic of Srpska and certainly the most famous cave in the municipality of Pale. Stalagmites, stalactites and halactites of the Orlovača cave are unique decorations of various shapes and different colors. Petrified waterfalls, coral jewelry and bigrene tubs filled with water complete the ambience and gives Orlovača a magical note. In this rich speleological object more than 16 thousand years ago lived a distant ancestor of the brown bear (Ursus arctos), which is a cave bear (Ursus speleus).
Orlovača is still the habitat of the most endangered group of mammals in Europe – the bat (Microc hypoptrea), which belongs to the endemic entemofauna. In addition to the bones of the cave bear, certain archaeological details were found, such as fragments of Mesolithic pottery, then ammonites – inhabitants of the Mesozoic Sea, an ax between 2,500 and 3,500 years old, and bricks from the period of ancient Rome.