Once upon a time… Slovenia!

A tale of dragons and green mountains, of lakes and small, delightful towns, of Venetian reminiscences in the countryside, of flowers and creamy sweets… That’s Slovenia: an endless “green” fairy tale, a little-known country that should be on every traveler’s wish list, as it has one of the best sustainable tourism plans in the world. Slovenia is the perfect fairy tale destination for a happily ever after ending.

From the bustling streets of the small capital of Lubljana to the mountains of the Julian Alps, this trip takes you through landscapes full of trees and lakes. You will visit the Skocjan Caves and hike through the Vintgar Gorge, Kranjska Gora and Triglav National Park. And of course you will visit Bled, the fairytale town of the Julian Alps.



DAY 1: City of origin - Ljubljana

Arrival at Ljubljana airport and transfer to hotel. Accommodation in Ljubljana.


DAY 2: Ljubljana - Skocjan - Bled

After breakfast you will discover the capital Ljubljana with your guide. You will go up to the castle to enjoy the view of the city and then down to the old town to walk around the main square, the Congress Square, and visit several bridges: Triple Bridge, Butcher’s Bridge and Dragon’s Bridge.

You will then drive to the UNESCO listed Skocjan Caves. For about 2 hours you will see the largest known underground canyon in the world, several waterfalls and karst formations. From there you will reach the beautiful alpine town of Bled.

Dinner and overnight in Bled.


DAY 3: Bled - Vintgar Canyon - Bled

Breakfast in the morning. A local guide will take you on your first hike. From the village of Bled you will walk to the Vintgar Gorge, an impressive canyon carved out by the Radovna River. You will see untouched nature in all its splendor. After leaving the canyon, you will return to Bled and continue your tour of the town: you will climb the castle to enjoy the best view of the lake and the Gorenjska region. After descending, you will enjoy a ride on a typical boat called “pletna”, which will take you to the island of Bled. After returning from the island, you will have free time to enjoy.

We recommend tasting the delicious local cakes: “potica” – a typical Slovenian cake, or “kremsnita” – a typical Bled cake.

Dinner and overnight stay in Bled.

Height gain: 50 m. Time: 4 hours.


DAY 4: Bled - Zajamniki - Uskovnica - Bohinj - Bled

After breakfast, we’ll travel to the Pokljuka plateau for a hike to the “most beautiful street of shepherd’s huts” in the Zajamniki meadows. It is one of the most photographed mountains in the Triglav National Park.

We’ll continue to Uskovnica, where you will enjoy a typical lunch in a shepherd’s hut. You will descend to the Mostnica valley and Lake Bohinj, the largest natural lake in Slovenia. The lake is located in a glacial valley. We recommend that you bring a change of clothes and enjoy your free time here.

Dinner and overnight in Bled.

Altitude gain: 220 feet, 623 feet, 1870 feet. Time: 6 hours


DAY 5: Martuljek waterfalls - Kranjska Gora

After breakfast you will leave for Kranjska Gora. In Gozd Martuljek you will stop for a hike to the Martuljek waterfalls. After passing the first waterfall, you will reach a small shelter where you can rest and refresh yourself before continuing to the second waterfall. The last part is a bit more challenging and for your safety you will be equipped with ropes to facilitate the access. Return to the valley and transfer to Kranjska Gora.

Dinner and overnight stay in Kranjska Gora.

Elevation gain: about 1600 feet. Time: 4 – 5 hours


DAY 6: Kranjska Gora - Tamar Valley - Kranjska Gora

Breakfast in the hotel. Morning drive through the meadows of Kranjska Gora and Podkoren to one of the most picturesque valleys, the Tamar Valley. From the hotel you will drive to the Zelenci Nature Reserve (approx. 45 min.) and then through meadows and forests to Planica (approx. 45 min.), the Nordic Ski Center.

Once in Planica, the trail will take you to the higher mountains, but all the time on very flat terrain. After an easy walk (about 1 hour) you will reach Tamar, a valley in the Triglav National Park, surrounded by the Sleme, Mojstrovka, Jalovec and Ponce mountains. At the end of the valley there is a chalet where you can order food to recharge your batteries.
Optionally, you can climb to the Nadiza spring – 1 hour walk (I and V) – the main source of water in Zelenci. Return through the valley to Planica and transfer back to Kranjska Gora.

Dinner and overnight stay in Kranjska Gora.

Elevation gain: approx. 869 feet. Time: 6 hours


DAY 7: Kranjska Gora - Ruta Sorpresa - Ljubljana

Breakfast at the hotel. Today you will go on a surprise hike in the surroundings of Kranjska Gora. Depending on the weather, the conditions of the paths and the wishes of the group, our professional guide will decide on the spot where to take the group. He will take into account the physical condition of each member of the group, so that everyone can enjoy the surprise and one of the most beautiful hikes in the Triglav National Park.

Accommodation in Ljubljana.


DAY 8: Ljubljana - City of origin

After breakfast transfer to the airport for the flight back home.


* Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner


Important notes

✔ English speaking driver/guide/escort service (min 4 – max 12 people).
 For 1 – 3 passengers: information package for self-guided tour.
 Accommodation in 3*/4* hotel with breakfast.
 5 dinners in hotels.
 Hotel taxes.
 Guided tour of Ljubljana, Bled, Bohinj.
 Entrance fees: Bled Castle, Skocjan Cave.
 Vintgar Gorge.
 Boat trip to the island of Bled.
 Transfers by van or minibus according to itinerary.
 Arrival and departure transfers (Ljubljana airport).
✔ Travel insurance.

Does not include:

 International flights.
 Personal expenses.
✘ Gratuities.
 Unspecified dinners.
✘ Any services not specified in the above itinerary.


Ecological lodging.


Slovenia is nature in its purest form. It hides a great green treasure within its borders, a natural jewel to be preserved. Hiking in national parks.

 Sustainable tourism

Slovenia is considered one of the greenest, most active and health-oriented countries in the world.

 Culture and tradition

Local gastronomy in selected diners along the routes

Passport or ID card

EU citizens may enter the country with a valid ID card or passport. Citizens of other countries are advised to check entry requirements with their nearest Slovenian embassy or consulate.


No compulsory vaccinations are required.

 What to wear

Depending on the season, light clothing and some warm clothes for the evenings are recommended in summer and warm clothes in winter. It is also recommended to bring a raincoat and/or an umbrella for the rain. Don’t forget to bring sunscreen, sunglasses and a basic first aid kit.


In Slovenia the common voltage is 230 V. The frequency is 50 Hz. The plugs and sockets are type E.


The official currency is the Euro.


The official language is Slovenian. English is widely spoken in the cities and in the tourist sector and you will be accompanied by an English-speaking guide.


Slovenia has a continental climate. In areas close to the sea, the temperature is usually moderate. In the mountainous areas the weather is typical of the Alps, cold and snowy in winter and rainy in summer. In the mid of the country, summers are warm and rainy at times, while winters are long and cold with lots of snowfall from November to February. Temperatures are often below freezing. In July the average is 21°C / 70 °F, while in January it is 0°C / 32 °F.

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