- Hike and go fly fishing in the Slovenian Alps
- Explore the wine hills of southern Slovenia
- Visit the Skocjan caves — a UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Explore the charming coastal town of Piran
|Arrive in Slovenia
|Free day to explore Ljubljana
|Hiking in Velika Planina meadow
|Fly fishing and hiking in Logar Valley
|Hiking in Jezersko
|Hiking in Bohinj region
|Fly fishing and hiking at Lake Bohinj
|Explore Lake Bled
|Julian Alps and Vrsic Pass
|Fly fishing and hiking in the Soca Valley
|Explore the Soca valley
|From the mountains to the vineyards
|Explore wine country
|Discover the caves and coast
|Explore Piran and depart
Day 1: Arrive in Slovenia
Fly into Ljubljana airport, where you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Relax or walk around the charming city center.
Day 2: Explore Ljubljana
Today is a free day for you to explore Slovenia's lively capital city on your own. Visit the Ljubljana Castle and Tivoli Park, go on a guided walking tour, or explore the city and its surroundings by bike. Take a walk with a food expert and get to know the 'yummy side' of Ljubljana.
Day 3: Hiking in Velika Planina Meadow
Pick up your rental car in the morning and drive for an hour and a half to the Kamnik-Savinja Alps, just north of Ljubljana. Go on a gentle 4-hour hike across the beautiful Velika Planina Meadow and admire the traditional shepherd architecture. In the afternoon, continue to the spectacular Logar Valley, where you will spend the night.
Day 4: Fly Fishing and Hiking in the Logar Valley
Enjoy a full day of fishing on nearby Savinja River with an expert fly fishing guide. Keep an eye out for Danube salmon, rainbow trout, brown trout, and grayling. Afterward, you will have some free time to explore the Logar Valley on foot.
Day 5: Hiking in Jezersko
Drive two hours across alpine passes and hike through the picturesque Jezersko region. In the afternoon, continue on to the amazing Lake Bohinj, where you'll stay for the next four nights.
Day 6: Hiking in the Bohinj Region
Lake Bohinj is located in Triglav National Park. This unique glacial lake and its surroundings deserve plenty of time to explore. Choose from several hiking options of varying difficulty, according to the weather and your wishes.
Chat with a local specialist who can help organize your trip.
Day 7: Fly Fishing and Hiking in Lake Bohinj
A fly fishing guide will pick you up from your hotel and take you for a full day of fishing on the nearby Sava Bohinjka River. You'll have another opportunity to fish for rainbow trout, brown trout, grayling, and see the endangered Danube salmon. You can also take advantage of some easy hikes directly from your hotel doorstep.
Day 8: Explore Lake Bled
Explore spectacular Lake Bled and its surroundings less than an hour's drive away. You can rent bikes and cycle through idyllic Slovenian countryside, go on short hikes to viewpoints and gorges, visit the island in the middle of the lake, and much more. Return to Bohinj in the afternoon.
Day 9: Julian Alps and Vrsic Pass
Drive two hours across the stunning Vrsic Pass at 5,285 feet in the central Julian Alps. Enjoy the dramatic mountain scenery along this winding road and admire the nearby limestone walls. You can do several short (or long) hikes on your way to the Soca Valley. You'll be able to choose from different hiking options.
Day 10: Fly Fishing and Hiking in the Soca Valley
The Soca Valley is home to the emerald green Soca river and the famous marble trout. There are lots of options for first class fly fishing and beautiful hikes in the area. A fly fishing guide will pick you up and take you for a full day of fishing on one of the nearby rivers or streams.
Day 11: Explore the Soca Valley
The Soca Valley, its river, and surrounding mountains are true natural gems. Today is yours to spend at leisure. Rafting, hiking, or fly fishing can be arranged.
Day 12: From the Mountains to the Vineyards
Head south, leaving the mountains behind on to the countryside of Goriska Brda, also called "Slovenian Tuscany." Just an hour and a half away from the mountains, you will enter rolling wine hills dotted with pastoral villages, and countless vineyards and fruit orchards. Spend the night in the Goriska Brda wine hills.
Day 13: Explore Wine Country
Explore the beautiful wine country on foot or by cycle.
Day 14: Discover the Caves and Coast
Visit the Skocjan caves, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This is an underground river canyon created by the Reka River. You're sure to be completely amazed by this subterranean world, before continuing to the lovely town of Piran on the Slovenian coast about an hour and a half away. Explore its narrow streets and squares, and take a dip in the Adriatic Sea.
Day 15: Explore Piran and Depart
After a relaxed breakfast, take a stroll along the coast before driving to the airport, where you will return your car and say farewell to Slovenia.