The cave is in Martin district, in the cadastre of Dulice and in the Veľká Fatra National Park. The entrance is in the Došná Valley at elevation of 910 m. The cave is formed in the Triassic Gutenstein limestones of the Krížna Nappe – the sequence of the Veľký Bok. It is a fluviokarst–collapse horizontal cave with known length of 470 m.
The cave was discovered through a talus and wedged rocks in steeply ascending passage. The cave spaces are then widened and flowstone fill can be found on side walls in the form of white sphaerolithic shapes and cascade pools with cave pearls. They have interesting nub shape with 2-3 cm diameter. Cave name is derived from these pearls. The larger spaces in cave have stick stalagmites as much as 1,5 m high formed on fallen blocks or debris. Other parts of the cave have the ceiling parts richly filled with mighty sphaerolithic shapes and cudgel stalactites. These cave spaces are of snowwhite colour and some have groups of 5-6 short straw stalactites in the lower parts.
The mechanical fill of passages is prevailingly debris and rocky blocks, somewhere cemented with flowstone.
Due to low yield of underground water the boat trip in Domica Cave is not available. The short tour is available. Thank you for understanding