ALPE ADRIA TRAIL and more

Theme: Nature

Activity organised by
approved guide

You will discover

  • Bled
  • Bohinj
  • Bovec
  • Dobrovo
  • Drežnica
  • Lake Bled
  • Ljubljana
  • Nova Gorica
  • Radovljica
  • Sežana
  • Slovenia
  • Slovenija
  • Tolmin
  • Tolmin
  • Trenta
  • Trenta
  • Triglav
  • Škocjan
From:
1237.50 €
per person

Book your place

  • Ljubljana, Slovenija

  • 1

    Lake Bled, Bled, Radovljica, Slovenia

  • 2

    Bohinj, Radovljica, Slovenia

  • 3

    Trenta, Tolmin, Slovenia

  • 4

    Triglav, Trenta, Tolmin, Slovenia

  • 5

    Bovec, Tolmin, Slovenia

  • 6

    Drežnica, Tolmin, Slovenia

  • 7

    Tolmin, Slovenia

  • 8

    Dobrovo, Nova Gorica, Slovenia

  • 9

    Škocjan, Sežana, Slovenia

  • Ljubljana, Slovenija

Schedule

Day
Arrive in

Day 1: Bled – Bohinj -Trenta

Set off for a date with Lake Bled, one of the most beautiful and famous places in Slovenia. Board a traditional Pletna boat for a ride to Bled Island and her quaint church where visitors can ring the ‘wishing bell.’ Then it’s up 130 meters to 1,000-year-old Bled Castle for breathtaking vistas of the lake and her surroundings, plus a museum, a chapel and a wine cellar where you can seal your own bottle of Slovenia’s best. Then throw in a beautiful panorama of the Alps and Mt. Triglav, Slovenian highest mountain and its national symbol. After an informal lunch break we take a winding drive through villages and woodlands to Bohinj, Slovenia’s largest lake and the jewel of Triglav National Park. In the afternoon we hike the Sava Dolinka, one of the two sources of the Sava River. Then it’s a well-deserved drive up the ‘Road of a Thousand Views’ and over Vršič Pass, Slovenia’s highest at 1600 meters. Then we descend into the rich wilderness of the Trenta Valley.

Day 2: Trenta – Bovec

This stage leads mostly along emerald Soča River in Triglav National Park. Highlight of the stage is 750 meters long, up to 12 meters deep and in some places only two meters narrow Great Soča Gorge. At the end of the canyon you might be lucky to see marble trout. In the afternoon you reach Bovec, which lies at the foot of the mighty mountains of Rombon and Kanin.

(Duration 6 h, Distance: 20,9 km, Ascent: 556 m, Descent: 725 m, medium hike)

Day 3: Bovec – Drežnica

Today we continue along the Soča River, taking in the thunder and grace of the Boka and Virje waterfalls before arriving in Srpenica. Here we traverse Slovenia’s longest suspension bridge – 63 meters of footpath hanging over the roaring Soča River! From there we wend our easy way into the friendly, picturesque mountain village of Drežnica, which just might have as many waterfalls as people! Today’s hike is the longest of the tour, but the terrain is moderate and the views continue to enchant.

(Duration 6,30 h, Distance: 23,8 km, Ascent: 785 m, Descent: 705 m, medium hike)

Day 4: Drežnica – Tolmin

Our farewell Alpe-Adria Trail hike takes us from one perfect mountain village to another. Leaving Drežnica we trace the steps of World War II soldiers, hiking some of Triglav National Park’s many former military paths. Hanging above us is Krn Mountain with her ever-changing faces. Strolling past waterfalls of every kind, crossing quiet, verdant pastures, we find ourselves finishing our day in the village of Tolmin, situated at the confluence of the Tolminka and Soča Rivers. A population of 3,800 makes Tolmin the largest town in the Upper Soča Valley, and it is here we celebrate the culmination of the hiking portion of our tour with a dinner of traditional local cuisine.

(Duration 6,30 h, Distance: 18,3 km, Ascent: 825 m, Descent: 1169 m, medium hike)

Day 5: Tolmin – Dobrovo – Škocijan Cave – Ljubljana

In the morning we head for the idyllic wine region of Goriška Brda and the village of Dobrovo, site of a rather symmetrical, extremely well-preserved renaissance castle from the early 17th Century. This Goriška Brda region is renowned for its wines, and we will have no choice but to sample and see for ourselves! Our wine tasting takes place in a vaulted wine cellar, complete with four varieties of wines and, of course, bread and cheese. From here we wind up to the town of Škocjan for a visit to Škocjan Caves, unique in that UNESCO has granted them both Natural and Cultural World Heritage status, amazing in that these caves contain miles and miles of passageways, innumerable stalactites and stalactites and karst formations, and one of the world’s largest-known underground chambers, which we will experience along our own 3-kilometer route. The temperature in the caves is only 12 ° C, so make sure you’ve got some warm clothes! The remainder of our day involves the quick drive to Ljubljana for our farewell dinner and the tour’s final night’s stay.

Day 6: End of the tour

Our tour officially concludes with breakfast and a round of warm good-byes. If you’ll be needing a transfer to one of the area’s airports – Ljubljana, Venice, Trieste or Zagreb – or if you simply wish to extend your time with us, please send us an e-mail ahead of time and we will certainly accommodate!

Day 1
Arrive in

HIKING ALPE ADRIA TRAIL and more

Day 1: Bled – Bohinj -Trenta

Set off for a date with Lake Bled, one of the most beautiful and famous places in Slovenia. Board a traditional Pletna boat for a ride to Bled Island and her quaint church where visitors can ring the ‘wishing bell.’ Then it’s up 130 meters to 1,000-year-old Bled Castle for breathtaking vistas of the lake and her surroundings, plus a museum, a chapel and a wine cellar where you can seal your own bottle of Slovenia’s best. Then throw in a beautiful panorama of the Alps and Mt. Triglav, Slovenian highest mountain and its national symbol. After an informal lunch break we take a winding drive through villages and woodlands to Bohinj, Slovenia’s largest lake and the jewel of Triglav National Park. In the afternoon we hike the Sava Dolinka, one of the two sources of the Sava River. Then it’s a well-deserved drive up the ‘Road of a Thousand Views’ and over Vršič Pass, Slovenia’s highest at 1600 meters. Then we descend into the rich wilderness of the Trenta Valley.

Day 2: Trenta – Bovec

This stage leads mostly along emerald Soča River in Triglav National Park. Highlight of the stage is 750 meters long, up to 12 meters deep and in some places only two meters narrow Great Soča Gorge. At the end of the canyon you might be lucky to see marble trout. In the afternoon you reach Bovec, which lies at the foot of the mighty mountains of Rombon and Kanin.

(Duration 6 h, Distance: 20,9 km, Ascent: 556 m, Descent: 725 m, medium hike)

Day 3: Bovec – Drežnica

Today we continue along the Soča River, taking in the thunder and grace of the Boka and Virje waterfalls before arriving in Srpenica. Here we traverse Slovenia’s longest suspension bridge – 63 meters of footpath hanging over the roaring Soča River! From there we wend our easy way into the friendly, picturesque mountain village of Drežnica, which just might have as many waterfalls as people! Today’s hike is the longest of the tour, but the terrain is moderate and the views continue to enchant.

(Duration 6,30 h, Distance: 23,8 km, Ascent: 785 m, Descent: 705 m, medium hike)

Day 4: Drežnica – Tolmin

Our farewell Alpe-Adria Trail hike takes us from one perfect mountain village to another. Leaving Drežnica we trace the steps of World War II soldiers, hiking some of Triglav National Park’s many former military paths. Hanging above us is Krn Mountain with her ever-changing faces. Strolling past waterfalls of every kind, crossing quiet, verdant pastures, we find ourselves finishing our day in the village of Tolmin, situated at the confluence of the Tolminka and Soča Rivers. A population of 3,800 makes Tolmin the largest town in the Upper Soča Valley, and it is here we celebrate the culmination of the hiking portion of our tour with a dinner of traditional local cuisine.

(Duration 6,30 h, Distance: 18,3 km, Ascent: 825 m, Descent: 1169 m, medium hike)

Day 5: Tolmin – Dobrovo – Škocijan Cave – Ljubljana

In the morning we head for the idyllic wine region of Goriška Brda and the village of Dobrovo, site of a rather symmetrical, extremely well-preserved renaissance castle from the early 17th Century. This Goriška Brda region is renowned for its wines, and we will have no choice but to sample and see for ourselves! Our wine tasting takes place in a vaulted wine cellar, complete with four varieties of wines and, of course, bread and cheese. From here we wind up to the town of Škocjan for a visit to Škocjan Caves, unique in that UNESCO has granted them both Natural and Cultural World Heritage status, amazing in that these caves contain miles and miles of passageways, innumerable stalactites and stalactites and karst formations, and one of the world’s largest-known underground chambers, which we will experience along our own 3-kilometer route. The temperature in the caves is only 12 ° C, so make sure you’ve got some warm clothes! The remainder of our day involves the quick drive to Ljubljana for our farewell dinner and the tour’s final night’s stay.

Day 6: End of the tour

Our tour officially concludes with breakfast and a round of warm good-byes. If you’ll be needing a transfer to one of the area’s airports – Ljubljana, Venice, Trieste or Zagreb – or if you simply wish to extend your time with us, please send us an e-mail ahead of time and we will certainly accommodate!

 

So what’s included in the tour?

• 5 nights accommodations, double-occupancy with 3 times private facilities (with the exception of our 2 nights in Trenta where some rooms may come with shared facilities;

• 5 breakfasts, 3 dinners;

• Transfer per program;

• Luggage transport (1 piece per guest of max. 20 kg)

• Wine tasting in Goriška Brda

• Entrance fee for Škocjan Caves;

• Professional guides during our hikes

Not included: Dinner on Day 5, Pletna boat to Bled Island (12 €); Admission to Bled Castle (8 €); • Small group experience; Min 7, Max 14

Price per person in a double room: 990 €

Day 2
Arrive in

HIKING ALPE ADRIA TRAIL and more

Day 1: Bled – Bohinj -Trenta

Set off for a date with Lake Bled, one of the most beautiful and famous places in Slovenia. Board a traditional Pletna boat for a ride to Bled Island and her quaint church where visitors can ring the ‘wishing bell.’ Then it’s up 130 meters to 1,000-year-old Bled Castle for breathtaking vistas of the lake and her surroundings, plus a museum, a chapel and a wine cellar where you can seal your own bottle of Slovenia’s best. Then throw in a beautiful panorama of the Alps and Mt. Triglav, Slovenian highest mountain and its national symbol. After an informal lunch break we take a winding drive through villages and woodlands to Bohinj, Slovenia’s largest lake and the jewel of Triglav National Park. In the afternoon we hike the Sava Dolinka, one of the two sources of the Sava River. Then it’s a well-deserved drive up the ‘Road of a Thousand Views’ and over Vršič Pass, Slovenia’s highest at 1600 meters. Then we descend into the rich wilderness of the Trenta Valley.

Day 2: Trenta – Bovec

This stage leads mostly along emerald Soča River in Triglav National Park. Highlight of the stage is 750 meters long, up to 12 meters deep and in some places only two meters narrow Great Soča Gorge. At the end of the canyon you might be lucky to see marble trout. In the afternoon you reach Bovec, which lies at the foot of the mighty mountains of Rombon and Kanin.

(Duration 6 h, Distance: 20,9 km, Ascent: 556 m, Descent: 725 m, medium hike)

Day 3: Bovec – Drežnica

Today we continue along the Soča River, taking in the thunder and grace of the Boka and Virje waterfalls before arriving in Srpenica. Here we traverse Slovenia’s longest suspension bridge – 63 meters of footpath hanging over the roaring Soča River! From there we wend our easy way into the friendly, picturesque mountain village of Drežnica, which just might have as many waterfalls as people! Today’s hike is the longest of the tour, but the terrain is moderate and the views continue to enchant.

(Duration 6,30 h, Distance: 23,8 km, Ascent: 785 m, Descent: 705 m, medium hike)

Day 4: Drežnica – Tolmin

Our farewell Alpe-Adria Trail hike takes us from one perfect mountain village to another. Leaving Drežnica we trace the steps of World War II soldiers, hiking some of Triglav National Park’s many former military paths. Hanging above us is Krn Mountain with her ever-changing faces. Strolling past waterfalls of every kind, crossing quiet, verdant pastures, we find ourselves finishing our day in the village of Tolmin, situated at the confluence of the Tolminka and Soča Rivers. A population of 3,800 makes Tolmin the largest town in the Upper Soča Valley, and it is here we celebrate the culmination of the hiking portion of our tour with a dinner of traditional local cuisine.

(Duration 6,30 h, Distance: 18,3 km, Ascent: 825 m, Descent: 1169 m, medium hike)

Day 5: Tolmin – Dobrovo – Škocijan Cave – Ljubljana

In the morning we head for the idyllic wine region of Goriška Brda and the village of Dobrovo, site of a rather symmetrical, extremely well-preserved renaissance castle from the early 17th Century. This Goriška Brda region is renowned for its wines, and we will have no choice but to sample and see for ourselves! Our wine tasting takes place in a vaulted wine cellar, complete with four varieties of wines and, of course, bread and cheese. From here we wind up to the town of Škocjan for a visit to Škocjan Caves, unique in that UNESCO has granted them both Natural and Cultural World Heritage status, amazing in that these caves contain miles and miles of passageways, innumerable stalactites and stalactites and karst formations, and one of the world’s largest-known underground chambers, which we will experience along our own 3-kilometer route. The temperature in the caves is only 12 ° C, so make sure you’ve got some warm clothes! The remainder of our day involves the quick drive to Ljubljana for our farewell dinner and the tour’s final night’s stay.

Day 6: End of the tour

Our tour officially concludes with breakfast and a round of warm good-byes. If you’ll be needing a transfer to one of the area’s airports – Ljubljana, Venice, Trieste or Zagreb – or if you simply wish to extend your time with us, please send us an e-mail ahead of time and we will certainly accommodate!

 

So what’s included in the tour?

• 5 nights accommodations, double-occupancy with 3 times private facilities (with the exception of our 2 nights in Trenta where some rooms may come with shared facilities;

• 5 breakfasts, 3 dinners;

• Transfer per program;

• Luggage transport (1 piece per guest of max. 20 kg)

• Wine tasting in Goriška Brda

• Entrance fee for Škocjan Caves;

• Professional guides during our hikes

Not included: Dinner on Day 5, Pletna boat to Bled Island (12 €); Admission to Bled Castle (8 €); • Small group experience; Min 7, Max 14

Price per person in a double room: 990 €

Day 3
Arrive in

HIKING ALPE ADRIA TRAIL and more

Day 1: Bled – Bohinj -Trenta

Set off for a date with Lake Bled, one of the most beautiful and famous places in Slovenia. Board a traditional Pletna boat for a ride to Bled Island and her quaint church where visitors can ring the ‘wishing bell.’ Then it’s up 130 meters to 1,000-year-old Bled Castle for breathtaking vistas of the lake and her surroundings, plus a museum, a chapel and a wine cellar where you can seal your own bottle of Slovenia’s best. Then throw in a beautiful panorama of the Alps and Mt. Triglav, Slovenian highest mountain and its national symbol. After an informal lunch break we take a winding drive through villages and woodlands to Bohinj, Slovenia’s largest lake and the jewel of Triglav National Park. In the afternoon we hike the Sava Dolinka, one of the two sources of the Sava River. Then it’s a well-deserved drive up the ‘Road of a Thousand Views’ and over Vršič Pass, Slovenia’s highest at 1600 meters. Then we descend into the rich wilderness of the Trenta Valley.

Day 2: Trenta – Bovec

This stage leads mostly along emerald Soča River in Triglav National Park. Highlight of the stage is 750 meters long, up to 12 meters deep and in some places only two meters narrow Great Soča Gorge. At the end of the canyon you might be lucky to see marble trout. In the afternoon you reach Bovec, which lies at the foot of the mighty mountains of Rombon and Kanin.

(Duration 6 h, Distance: 20,9 km, Ascent: 556 m, Descent: 725 m, medium hike)

Day 3: Bovec – Drežnica

Today we continue along the Soča River, taking in the thunder and grace of the Boka and Virje waterfalls before arriving in Srpenica. Here we traverse Slovenia’s longest suspension bridge – 63 meters of footpath hanging over the roaring Soča River! From there we wend our easy way into the friendly, picturesque mountain village of Drežnica, which just might have as many waterfalls as people! Today’s hike is the longest of the tour, but the terrain is moderate and the views continue to enchant.

(Duration 6,30 h, Distance: 23,8 km, Ascent: 785 m, Descent: 705 m, medium hike)

Day 4: Drežnica – Tolmin

Our farewell Alpe-Adria Trail hike takes us from one perfect mountain village to another. Leaving Drežnica we trace the steps of World War II soldiers, hiking some of Triglav National Park’s many former military paths. Hanging above us is Krn Mountain with her ever-changing faces. Strolling past waterfalls of every kind, crossing quiet, verdant pastures, we find ourselves finishing our day in the village of Tolmin, situated at the confluence of the Tolminka and Soča Rivers. A population of 3,800 makes Tolmin the largest town in the Upper Soča Valley, and it is here we celebrate the culmination of the hiking portion of our tour with a dinner of traditional local cuisine.

(Duration 6,30 h, Distance: 18,3 km, Ascent: 825 m, Descent: 1169 m, medium hike)

Day 5: Tolmin – Dobrovo – Škocijan Cave – Ljubljana

In the morning we head for the idyllic wine region of Goriška Brda and the village of Dobrovo, site of a rather symmetrical, extremely well-preserved renaissance castle from the early 17th Century. This Goriška Brda region is renowned for its wines, and we will have no choice but to sample and see for ourselves! Our wine tasting takes place in a vaulted wine cellar, complete with four varieties of wines and, of course, bread and cheese. From here we wind up to the town of Škocjan for a visit to Škocjan Caves, unique in that UNESCO has granted them both Natural and Cultural World Heritage status, amazing in that these caves contain miles and miles of passageways, innumerable stalactites and stalactites and karst formations, and one of the world’s largest-known underground chambers, which we will experience along our own 3-kilometer route. The temperature in the caves is only 12 ° C, so make sure you’ve got some warm clothes! The remainder of our day involves the quick drive to Ljubljana for our farewell dinner and the tour’s final night’s stay.

Day 6: End of the tour

Our tour officially concludes with breakfast and a round of warm good-byes. If you’ll be needing a transfer to one of the area’s airports – Ljubljana, Venice, Trieste or Zagreb – or if you simply wish to extend your time with us, please send us an e-mail ahead of time and we will certainly accommodate!

 

So what’s included in the tour?

• 5 nights accommodations, double-occupancy with 3 times private facilities (with the exception of our 2 nights in Trenta where some rooms may come with shared facilities;

• 5 breakfasts, 3 dinners;

• Transfer per program;

• Luggage transport (1 piece per guest of max. 20 kg)

• Wine tasting in Goriška Brda

• Entrance fee for Škocjan Caves;

• Professional guides during our hikes

Not included: Dinner on Day 5, Pletna boat to Bled Island (12 €); Admission to Bled Castle (8 €); • Small group experience; Min 7, Max 14

Price per person in a double room: 990 €

Day 4
Arrive in

HIKING ALPE ADRIA TRAIL and more

Day 1: Bled – Bohinj -Trenta

Set off for a date with Lake Bled, one of the most beautiful and famous places in Slovenia. Board a traditional Pletna boat for a ride to Bled Island and her quaint church where visitors can ring the ‘wishing bell.’ Then it’s up 130 meters to 1,000-year-old Bled Castle for breathtaking vistas of the lake and her surroundings, plus a museum, a chapel and a wine cellar where you can seal your own bottle of Slovenia’s best. Then throw in a beautiful panorama of the Alps and Mt. Triglav, Slovenian highest mountain and its national symbol. After an informal lunch break we take a winding drive through villages and woodlands to Bohinj, Slovenia’s largest lake and the jewel of Triglav National Park. In the afternoon we hike the Sava Dolinka, one of the two sources of the Sava River. Then it’s a well-deserved drive up the ‘Road of a Thousand Views’ and over Vršič Pass, Slovenia’s highest at 1600 meters. Then we descend into the rich wilderness of the Trenta Valley.

Day 2: Trenta – Bovec

This stage leads mostly along emerald Soča River in Triglav National Park. Highlight of the stage is 750 meters long, up to 12 meters deep and in some places only two meters narrow Great Soča Gorge. At the end of the canyon you might be lucky to see marble trout. In the afternoon you reach Bovec, which lies at the foot of the mighty mountains of Rombon and Kanin.

(Duration 6 h, Distance: 20,9 km, Ascent: 556 m, Descent: 725 m, medium hike)

Day 3: Bovec – Drežnica

Today we continue along the Soča River, taking in the thunder and grace of the Boka and Virje waterfalls before arriving in Srpenica. Here we traverse Slovenia’s longest suspension bridge – 63 meters of footpath hanging over the roaring Soča River! From there we wend our easy way into the friendly, picturesque mountain village of Drežnica, which just might have as many waterfalls as people! Today’s hike is the longest of the tour, but the terrain is moderate and the views continue to enchant.

(Duration 6,30 h, Distance: 23,8 km, Ascent: 785 m, Descent: 705 m, medium hike)

Day 4: Drežnica – Tolmin

Our farewell Alpe-Adria Trail hike takes us from one perfect mountain village to another. Leaving Drežnica we trace the steps of World War II soldiers, hiking some of Triglav National Park’s many former military paths. Hanging above us is Krn Mountain with her ever-changing faces. Strolling past waterfalls of every kind, crossing quiet, verdant pastures, we find ourselves finishing our day in the village of Tolmin, situated at the confluence of the Tolminka and Soča Rivers. A population of 3,800 makes Tolmin the largest town in the Upper Soča Valley, and it is here we celebrate the culmination of the hiking portion of our tour with a dinner of traditional local cuisine.

(Duration 6,30 h, Distance: 18,3 km, Ascent: 825 m, Descent: 1169 m, medium hike)

Day 5: Tolmin – Dobrovo – Škocijan Cave – Ljubljana

In the morning we head for the idyllic wine region of Goriška Brda and the village of Dobrovo, site of a rather symmetrical, extremely well-preserved renaissance castle from the early 17th Century. This Goriška Brda region is renowned for its wines, and we will have no choice but to sample and see for ourselves! Our wine tasting takes place in a vaulted wine cellar, complete with four varieties of wines and, of course, bread and cheese. From here we wind up to the town of Škocjan for a visit to Škocjan Caves, unique in that UNESCO has granted them both Natural and Cultural World Heritage status, amazing in that these caves contain miles and miles of passageways, innumerable stalactites and stalactites and karst formations, and one of the world’s largest-known underground chambers, which we will experience along our own 3-kilometer route. The temperature in the caves is only 12 ° C, so make sure you’ve got some warm clothes! The remainder of our day involves the quick drive to Ljubljana for our farewell dinner and the tour’s final night’s stay.

Day 6: End of the tour

Our tour officially concludes with breakfast and a round of warm good-byes. If you’ll be needing a transfer to one of the area’s airports – Ljubljana, Venice, Trieste or Zagreb – or if you simply wish to extend your time with us, please send us an e-mail ahead of time and we will certainly accommodate!

 

So what’s included in the tour?

• 5 nights accommodations, double-occupancy with 3 times private facilities (with the exception of our 2 nights in Trenta where some rooms may come with shared facilities;

• 5 breakfasts, 3 dinners;

• Transfer per program;

• Luggage transport (1 piece per guest of max. 20 kg)

• Wine tasting in Goriška Brda

• Entrance fee for Škocjan Caves;

• Professional guides during our hikes

Not included: Dinner on Day 5, Pletna boat to Bled Island (12 €); Admission to Bled Castle (8 €); • Small group experience; Min 7, Max 14

Price per person in a double room: 990 €

Day 5
Arrive in

HIKING ALPE ADRIA TRAIL and more

Day 1: Bled – Bohinj -Trenta

Set off for a date with Lake Bled, one of the most beautiful and famous places in Slovenia. Board a traditional Pletna boat for a ride to Bled Island and her quaint church where visitors can ring the ‘wishing bell.’ Then it’s up 130 meters to 1,000-year-old Bled Castle for breathtaking vistas of the lake and her surroundings, plus a museum, a chapel and a wine cellar where you can seal your own bottle of Slovenia’s best. Then throw in a beautiful panorama of the Alps and Mt. Triglav, Slovenian highest mountain and its national symbol. After an informal lunch break we take a winding drive through villages and woodlands to Bohinj, Slovenia’s largest lake and the jewel of Triglav National Park. In the afternoon we hike the Sava Dolinka, one of the two sources of the Sava River. Then it’s a well-deserved drive up the ‘Road of a Thousand Views’ and over Vršič Pass, Slovenia’s highest at 1600 meters. Then we descend into the rich wilderness of the Trenta Valley.

Day 2: Trenta – Bovec

This stage leads mostly along emerald Soča River in Triglav National Park. Highlight of the stage is 750 meters long, up to 12 meters deep and in some places only two meters narrow Great Soča Gorge. At the end of the canyon you might be lucky to see marble trout. In the afternoon you reach Bovec, which lies at the foot of the mighty mountains of Rombon and Kanin.

(Duration 6 h, Distance: 20,9 km, Ascent: 556 m, Descent: 725 m, medium hike)

Day 3: Bovec – Drežnica

Today we continue along the Soča River, taking in the thunder and grace of the Boka and Virje waterfalls before arriving in Srpenica. Here we traverse Slovenia’s longest suspension bridge – 63 meters of footpath hanging over the roaring Soča River! From there we wend our easy way into the friendly, picturesque mountain village of Drežnica, which just might have as many waterfalls as people! Today’s hike is the longest of the tour, but the terrain is moderate and the views continue to enchant.

(Duration 6,30 h, Distance: 23,8 km, Ascent: 785 m, Descent: 705 m, medium hike)

Day 4: Drežnica – Tolmin

Our farewell Alpe-Adria Trail hike takes us from one perfect mountain village to another. Leaving Drežnica we trace the steps of World War II soldiers, hiking some of Triglav National Park’s many former military paths. Hanging above us is Krn Mountain with her ever-changing faces. Strolling past waterfalls of every kind, crossing quiet, verdant pastures, we find ourselves finishing our day in the village of Tolmin, situated at the confluence of the Tolminka and Soča Rivers. A population of 3,800 makes Tolmin the largest town in the Upper Soča Valley, and it is here we celebrate the culmination of the hiking portion of our tour with a dinner of traditional local cuisine.

(Duration 6,30 h, Distance: 18,3 km, Ascent: 825 m, Descent: 1169 m, medium hike)

Day 5: Tolmin – Dobrovo – Škocijan Cave – Ljubljana

In the morning we head for the idyllic wine region of Goriška Brda and the village of Dobrovo, site of a rather symmetrical, extremely well-preserved renaissance castle from the early 17th Century. This Goriška Brda region is renowned for its wines, and we will have no choice but to sample and see for ourselves! Our wine tasting takes place in a vaulted wine cellar, complete with four varieties of wines and, of course, bread and cheese. From here we wind up to the town of Škocjan for a visit to Škocjan Caves, unique in that UNESCO has granted them both Natural and Cultural World Heritage status, amazing in that these caves contain miles and miles of passageways, innumerable stalactites and stalactites and karst formations, and one of the world’s largest-known underground chambers, which we will experience along our own 3-kilometer route. The temperature in the caves is only 12 ° C, so make sure you’ve got some warm clothes! The remainder of our day involves the quick drive to Ljubljana for our farewell dinner and the tour’s final night’s stay.

Day 6: End of the tour

Our tour officially concludes with breakfast and a round of warm good-byes. If you’ll be needing a transfer to one of the area’s airports – Ljubljana, Venice, Trieste or Zagreb – or if you simply wish to extend your time with us, please send us an e-mail ahead of time and we will certainly accommodate!

 

So what’s included in the tour?

• 5 nights accommodations, double-occupancy with 3 times private facilities (with the exception of our 2 nights in Trenta where some rooms may come with shared facilities;

• 5 breakfasts, 3 dinners;

• Transfer per program;

• Luggage transport (1 piece per guest of max. 20 kg)

• Wine tasting in Goriška Brda

• Entrance fee for Škocjan Caves;

• Professional guides during our hikes

Not included: Dinner on Day 5, Pletna boat to Bled Island (12 €); Admission to Bled Castle (8 €); • Small group experience; Min 7, Max 14

Price per person in a double room: 990 €

Theme

  • Nature

Additional Information

So what’s included in the tour?

• 5 nights accommodations, double-occupancy with 3 times private facilities (with the exception of our 2 nights in Trenta where some rooms may come with shared facilities;

• 5 breakfasts, 3 dinners;

• Transfer per program;

• Luggage transport (1 piece per guest of max. 20 kg)

• Wine tasting in Goriška Brda

• Entrance fee for Škocjan Caves;

• Professional guides during our hikes

Not included: Dinner on Day 5, Pletna boat to Bled Island (12 €); Admission to Bled Castle (8 €); • Small group experience; Min 7, Max 14

Price per person in a double room: 990 €

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Price includes

So what’s included in the tour?

• 5 nights accommodations, double-occupancy with 3 times private facilities (with the exception of our 2 nights in Trenta where some rooms may come with shared facilities;

• 5 breakfasts, 3 dinners;

• Transfer per program;

• Luggage transport (1 piece per guest of max. 20 kg)

• Wine tasting in Goriška Brda

• Entrance fee for Škocjan Caves;

• Professional guides during our hikes

 

Not included

Not included: Dinner on Day 5, Pletna boat to Bled Island (12 €); Admission to Bled Castle (8 €); • Small group experience; Min 7, Max 14

 

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Duration: 5 Days
Language: English
Suitable for Children:
Maximum number of participants: 14

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