Between the villages of Nisici and Krivajevici, in the Ilijas municipality, on the Sarajevo–Olovo road, a forest road about 2 km long is separated, which, through the beautiful ambient of the Montenegrin forest, leads to Bijambare. Directly to the mountaineering house “Bijambare” (altitude 950 meters) there is a significant natural rarity of the Bijambare cave, which is partly open to visitors. The Biambare Cave consists of three speleological objects: the Upper Bijambare Cave, the Central Bijambare Cave, which consists of four halls that are rich in cave decorations. In the fourth hall, which is the largest, there are numerous stalactites and the ceiling is covered with jewelry.
By decoration, which is diverse in shape and size, this cave hall is one of the most beautiful in BiH. Near the cave there is a creek Bradić with a lake and a waterfall, and the creek Bjelila, which cuts the Bijambare forests and clearing. The area of Bijambare, with the Bijambare Cave, is one of the few picnic sites that suits all nature lovers. It represents a true ambience for lovers of caves, clear waters and forests of silence.