It's a really great day out, where you see all the most beautiful places around Triglav National Park and Julian Alps and have good fun all trough the day.
Canyoning is absolutely unforgettable experience that allows us to discover the wonders of nature by abseiling and jumping waterfalls, cascading down natural water slides, swimming through crystal clear pools and using flying fox.
This extreme programme is a combination of water-based and land-based activities to guarantee the maximum adrenaline rush. Previous experience of various adrenaline sports is not needed, just good physical fitness and plenty of courage!
“A country that is also called “miniature Europe”, Slovenia is located between the Alps and the Mediterranean Sea. You can find thick forest area, high mountains, and an Adriatic Coastline in Slovenia. This former Yugoslavian State is now a free capital market and has a rapidly growing tourism sector. Right from Ljubljana, the capital city, you can start your holiday tour in Slovenia and enjoy countless outdoor activities and adventures as well as exploring the country’s culture and history.”
History & Culture- Ljubljana, Slovenia’s capital city, presents the famous Ljubljana Cathedral twin towers. You can also visit national Museum, Plecnik’s House, and City Museum. The Town Hall is a historic place built back in 1708 and has two attractive water fountains. Also go for the surrounding old cobbled town.
Bled Island is a picturesque small island of Slovakia; see the Church of Assumption, a place dedicated to the Virgin Mary.
Predjama Castle is one of the popular medieval castles that has been well-preserved. If you happen to see the castle in August, Erazem’s Medieval Tournament is a tourist attraction here.
For a seafood buff, Piran is a good place to satiate the tongue. This waterfront city also has hilltop church to explore.
The Kobarid Museum is one of Europe’s popular museums where war memorabilia can be seen.
River Sports – River sports can be arranged by many different groups in Slovenia. Slovenia’s main rivers like Savinja, Soca, Idrija, Kolpa, Sava Bohinjka, and Dolinka are especially suitable for white water rafting, canoeing, and kayaking. Swimming and boating are popular sports in many rivers along various cities. You can even get required training for the water sports here in Slovenia from a variety of outdoor activity groups.
Mountain Climbing, Skiing & Snowboarding - Julian Alps is the destination for those seeking mountain activities and adventures. For trekkers, the Triglav National Park is a destination from where hiking trips can be arranged up Mount Triglav. You can enjoy Lake Bled and Lake Bohinj. You can enjoy skiing and snowboarding on different mountains of Slovenia. There are many ski resorts in Slovenia, including popular resorts like Bovac Pohorje, Krankska Gora, Vogel, and Cerkno. Annual skiing competitions can be watched in the Kanin Mountains outside Bovec.
The Arts – Vocal music, theater, and literature are areas of interest in all of Slovenia. The music entertainment industry has grown rapidly in the past decade as have dance arts and other performing arts. Be sure to see a show at the Slovene National Theater Opera and Ballet Ljubljana during your holiday.
Horse Riding & Mountain Biking - Soca River Valley is famous for horseback riding and mountain biking activities. The surrounding mountainous region is also popular for extreme adventure sports like parachuting, ballooning, paragliding and hydrospeeding. Kobarid Valley has many sport organizers that can help you out with every outdoor activity. In the West Slovenia region, Lipica is famous for a breed of horse called Lipizaner. Visitors can choose to take riding tours or watch performances of horses and riders in outdoor and indoor arenas.
Caving - The Karst region of Slovenia has vast limestone formations. There are many cave networks in Slovenia for those visitors who would enjoy organized caving activities. Kids will enjoy the safe caves at Postojna and Skocjan. The deep chambers and vast and vaulted chambers are famous places for children to explore.
Golf – Golf is becoming more popular in Slovenia with as many as ten golf clubs having been built so far throughout the country. Some clubs do require membership but there are some which allow visitors who want to enjoy the sport in picturesque locations.
Spring is during April and May when you can watch flowers bloom and animals awaken. For hikers and trekkers, March and April are good seasons to visit. September and October are said to be ideal for off-season tours as you save money due to off-peak times; also note that the sea remains warm until mid-October.
From your base in Tolmin you’ll set out on different activities in the stunning mountain scenery of Slovenia’s Julian Alps and on and along turquoise river Soca. An ideal mixture of land and water based activities will assure that you’ll experience this remarkable part of Europe at its best. More
With enjoyable hiking days in the nature and comfortable nights in boutique hotels, get in touch with the typical culture and nature in different Slovenian regions. Well - maintained trails on a flat terrain give you the most for the least effort. More
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