Experience a new adventure every day of your holiday
Discover some of the most exciting things to do in Slovenia — from rafting down the Soča River to exploring the Karst Caves
Get a taste of Slovenia’s top destinations, including Lake Bled, Ljubljana, and Soča Valley
Take a wilderness trip to find the Slovenian brown bear
Stay active while hiking to one of the most beautiful viewpoints of Lake Bled
Begin your holiday at Lake Bled, the most popular destination in Slovenia. Change into your sports gear and take a paddle board out on the lake. Stop at Bled island and take in the stunning views of the surrounding mountains, and try some amazing gelato. Round off the day with a hike to Osojnica Hill, where you will enjoy marvelous evening views of the lake.
Overnight stay in Bled
Transfer from Ljubljana
Hike to Osojnica hill for the best views of Lake Bled
Paddle boarding on Lake Bled
For the early risers among us, we can wake up before dawn and hike up a small hill called Ojstrica to see the sunrise reflected in Lake Bled. We will have time for breakfast and some downtime before heading to Lake Bohinj. Go on an exhilarating canyoning adventure in a nearby canyon, abseiling, tobogganing, and jumping down the cool stream.
After lunch, we’ll head out kayaking on Lake Bohinj and then down the Sava Bohinjka River. In the afternoon, we will take it easy around Lake Bohinj, but if you are more active and adventurous, there is a trail around the lake as well as bike hire to explore the area further.
Kayaking on Sava River
Start the day by driving up a winding mountain road leading over the Vršič Pass and taking in the amazing scenery of the Julian Alps. We will continue our drive to the valley of the emerald Soča River, where we will enjoy some light hiking before reaching Bovec — the adrenaline capital of Slovenia — where you’ll spend a couple of days.
After lunch, you’ll get back in harnesses and head to the zipline in the mountains above the town, where a series of steel cables will send you flying across the valley for a thrilling adventure with spectacular views. To end the day, we will hike around Bovec and visit the Virje Waterfall.
Overnight stay in Bovec
Bovec, the adrenaline capital of Slovenia
Enjoy a morning off, sleep in, and explore the area of Bovec. Fill up on energy for an exciting afternoon of white water rafting down the Soča River — the perfect way to experience this alpine jewel. We will finish the day strong with a drive up the highest road in Slovenia, the Mangart Pass, which is more than 2,000 meters (about 6500 feet) above sea level. You will be amazed by the views, and feel like you’re on top of the world.
Don’t forget to bring a swimsuit and towel for this day full of wet fun!
White water rafting
Mangart Saddle drive
Even on the third day here, there is still so much to see in the Soča Valley. Leaving Bovec, we will head south to hike to the Kozjak Waterfall. We will then continue to the Tolmin Gorge, a deep and narrow canyon nestled in the Triglav National Park. In the afternoon, we will head back to Ljubljana and have some free time to explore the city.
Overnight stay in Ljubljana
Kozjak Waterfall entrance fee
Tolmin Gorge entrance fee
Those who visit Slovenia should not miss the opportunity to explore the underground world of the Slovenian Karst. The experience of a lifetime awaits you as you venture into the darkness of the cave with full caving equipment, and make your way across underground pools as the first explorers did.
The rest of the day will be spent above ground, in pristine Slovenian forests, searching for an encounter with the brown bear in its natural habitat. You’ll do this from a safe lookout, with an expert guide. But you’re sure to find it thrilling nonetheless!
Caving in Planina cave
Adventure awaits when we head north to a town called Mežica, once a famous mining town with a flooded lead and zinc mine. We will explore this underground world by kayak for a truly unique experience.
After an exhilarating adventure and a lot of hard work, you will get to enjoy a hearty miner’s lunch for an immersive finish. On our way back to Ljubljana, we will stop in Logar Valley, a most picturesque valley in the heart of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps.
Black water kayaking
End your adventure holiday by exploring Slovenia’s vibrant capital city on two wheels. Take in the main attractions in the center, and then go farther afield, exploring greener parts of Ljubljana and some sights that are easy to miss when you don’t have a bike.
Ljubljana Bike Tour
Not enough? We can always add days after or before the holiday to make your holiday in Slovenia longer!
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In Slovenia, there’s no limit to the amount of adventure you can have outdoors.
Hiking, canyoning, exploring caves, and rafting down rivers are just a few of the activities that await those who dare to venture into the diverse regions of this country on the sunny side of the Alps.
On this 8-day Slovenia adventure tour, you’ll experience unforgettable doses of nature, culture, and sports — the main three ingredients of an active holiday.
The holiday will take you from the capital of Ljubljana to the epic landscapes of the Julian Alps. Staying in Bled and the adventure capital Bovec, you will explore many wonders of the Triglav National Park in different ways — rafting, hiking, and canyoning in its pristine nature.
But the mountains are not the only place where an adventure in Slovenia can happen. In the vast southern forest, we will be on the lookout for the brown bear. But a hidden world waits underneath. We will delve deep into a Karst cave and a mine and explore their underground mysteries.
Adventures can also be experienced in urban environments. You’ll explore Ljubljana off the beaten path and be able to proudly say you’ve experienced Slovenia to the fullest.
Come and experience a Slovenia adventure like no other — and enjoy the unique adrenaline-pumping activities and natural beauties that await you.
The best time to visit Slovenia depends on the type of tour you are interested in. For summer tours, we recommend May-September, as these months offer the best weather for our activities. However, please be aware that bad weather can sometimes cause cancellations or changes to the itinerary. In the case of winter tours, December can be unpredictable, but January-February is the best time for optimal snow conditions.
No, accommodation is included in all of our tours except for the Slovenia Family Activity Holiday. Even in that case, we can assist you with finding a place to stay.
The weather can sometimes impact the activities on our tours. If the weather is particularly bad, we may need to cancel or modify the itinerary to ensure the safety and enjoyment of our guests. In the case of a cancellation, we will offer a suitable replacement or a partial refund. If you are concerned about the weather, please contact us before your trip to discuss the potential impacts.
While our adventure holidays are designed to be fun and exciting, they do require a certain level of fitness. We recommend that all participants are moderately fit to fully enjoy the activities and avoid any potential injuries. If you have any concerns about your fitness level, please don’t hesitate to contact us so we can discuss your options and help you choose the right holiday for you.
The average group size for our adventure holidays depends on the type of tour you choose. Our small group and private tours typically have 4-8 participants, while our family activities can accommodate groups of up to 20 people. This allows us to provide a personalized and intimate experience for all of our guests, regardless of the size of your group.
Yes, we welcome solo travelers on our adventure holidays. However, please be aware that there is a surcharge for single use of a room. Additionally, our small group holidays only depart with a minimum of 4 people. If you are a solo traveler and are interested in one of our small group holidays, we recommend that you contact us to inquire about available dates and discuss any potential surcharges.
Yes, we provide all of the necessary equipment for the activities on our adventure holidays. This includes things like helmets, harnesses, and other safety gear, as well as any specialized equipment that may be required for a particular activity. However, we do need to get your measurements before you arrive to provide the proper fitting gear. We promise we aren’t being nosy, it’s just for your safety and comfort!
We recommend that you bring a swimsuit and towels for any water activities, as well as comfortable shoes that you can move easily in for hiking and cycling. You should also bring comfortable clothes that are appropriate for the activities you will be participating in.
Our adventure holidays only include breakfast, but we make sure to provide plenty of time and options for lunch and dinner. We will provide information about local dining options and will make recommendations based on your preferences and dietary restrictions. We want you to enjoy the local cuisine and have a fantastic dining experience during your adventure holiday, so please let us know if you have any questions or concerns.
Most of our activities are suitable for children who are at least 12 years old. However, in some cases, the minimum age may be determined by the child’s height or weight rather than their age. If you have any concerns about your child’s ability to participate in a particular activity, please ask us directly. We are happy to provide more information and help you choose the right activities for your family.
For travellers that want flexibility and independence. We organize the holidays of your choice, but the adventure of getting around is all yours. You will get a fly & drive itinerary with activities, accommodations and travelling tips with full support of our team for any emergencies or concerns.
For solo travellers or travellers who wish to meet other like-minded souls, don’t want to stress about trip planning and would maybe like to enjoy some time on their own as well. You will be travelling with our tour leader in a small group of maximum 8 people in a comfortable van with accommodation, entrance fees and a detailed plan of activities arranged. For guaranteed tour departures we have a minimum of 4 people.
For travellers who want a holiday based on their preferences and needs. You don’t need to worry over itinerary planning or your next move, and at the same time you can enjoy the holidays at your own pace and take as much time on your own whenever needed. We take care of the entire organization and provide you with a professional guide, accommodation, transportation and plan of activities.
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