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Forget Bled as a tourist town full of doe-eyed lovebirds and wannabe Hans Christian Andersons! It is a mini-Europe (hands down!) but its more than just a church sitting pretty in the middle of the lake. Explore Slovenia through four thrilling activities - hiking, biking, rafting and trekking. Days of mountain biking, walking and rafting can be a rigorous test of stamina, but with full vehicle support, we believe anyone in good health should be capable of participating. So get active in Slovenia!
Zivjo! Welcome to Slovenia. The soaring Julian Alps capture a touch of Switzerland and the radiating coastline oozes Mediterranean charm.
Walk through the incredible Alpine scenery along the Bukovska Valley towards the final destination of Ribcev Laz - it all looks like a wonderful film set.
Cycle through the forests, mountain pastures, and outstanding viewpoints of this beautiful Triglav national park.
Wander the tree-lined streets of this town and perhaps visit the nearby Renaissance fortress of Grad Kromberk and the best craft breweries in the country.
Take a guided walk through the underground canyon at the enchanting Skocjan Caves along the way or go sea kayaking on the Adriatic around the city.
Embark on a rafting trip on the Sava Dolinka River. You’ll spend around 1.5 hours on the beautiful water of the river that diagonally crosses the whole country.
Embark on a full day thrill with very scenic & rewarding hikes and forest walks, pass through narrow mountain passes and reach the source of the Emerald Soca river.
The Skocjan Caves are a unique natural phenomenon, the creation of the Reka River which springs from below the Sneznik plateau and flows some 55 km on the surface.
Explore Piran's Salt Pans and Town Walls and take a tour to see the salt being made or just walk the famous promenade backed by Venetian architecture and soak up the atmosphere.
Vintgar Gorge is an easy day trip from Bled and features a spectacular walk across rapids, waterfalls and pools via an elevated boardwalk that clings to the craggy rock face.