All of our expeditions are completely tailored to your needs – if you’re undecided about where to go, just call us, we love sharing ideas. The world really is your oyster!
Slovenia is a country that is full of many wonders. Venture into the surrounding countryside and you’ll instantly fall under the spell of the traditional farmland and haystack vistas before you.A highlight for any adventurer, Lake Bled itself, is set in picturesque surroundings. The town is packed full of historical churches, quaint streets, and friendly local cafes. An evening walk around the medieval castle of Lake Bled is nothing short of enchanting.
Slovenia offers trekking options to suit every team. Multi-day routes traverse the Julian Alps on trails that pass mountains, turquoise lakes, and flower-filled valleys.Day walks in the stunning Radovljica Valley, Mostnica Gorge, or to the Savica Waterfall offer equally stunning views. Trek between Lake Bohinj and Bovec overnighting in mountain huts. It is a unique journey for those who want a bit more of a challenge!
Quiet paths through lush landscapes and around picturesque lakes provide a perfect terrain for exploring on wheels!Mountain biking is great fun and an ideal way to take in the breath-taking scenery of the traditional towns and villages that you pass along the way.
The crystal-clear water and exciting rapids of the turquoise Soca River are perfect for white water rafting, a great team activity that will get your adrenaline going!Get a different perspective of the landscape and try to stand up paddleboarding to the island in the middle of Lake Bled, a brilliant way to relax and soak up the atmosphere of this unique country.
Mountains, lakes, and alpine forests provide many options for an adventure that can be chosen to fit an individual group’s capabilities. This flexibility results in an enjoyable and rewarding experience for all.
The culture in Slovenia is influenced by its regional neighbours, notably in the varied cuisine and beautiful architecture. Despite being a small country, the culture is diverse with over 32 different dialects spoken.
The warm Alpine temperatures mean that most days during the summer are in the mid 20Cs, and the weather is sunny and dry.
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