Already at my young age, I had the desire to travel and explore the unknown. My love for outdoors came as naturally as my candor. My lust to travel took me hiking in the mountains of Nepal, dancing salsa on streets of Santiago de Cuba, searching for Cuidad Perdida in Colombia and walking the steps of Mayan pyramids in Central America.
However, my love for my country, lead me to come home and endeavor in hiking the Julian Alps, cycling the challenging hairpin turns of Vrsic pass, relaxing on the shores of dreamy Dalmatia and enjoying the sweet dolce vita of neighboring Italy. And I love sharing my knowledge of the area because, the most I can offer to each and every traveler, is my time and experience.
I live my life to the fullest by doing what I love most - practicing active travel! Come join me and I'll share some of my secret spots with you, so YOU too will fall IN LOVE with sLOVEnia! :)
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"As a boutique tour operator, we specialize in individual and/or small group active travel in Slovenia and Croatia. We are a local specialist for hiking and cycling trips. We love small boutique hotels, fine wine and we are fully dedicated foodies. And this is the kind of travel we like to offer to our guest."
How did you get involved in travel?
"Although I hold a masters from PR and marketing, my love of traveling has continuously lead me back into the field of tourism, which I got more familiar with working as a tour guide during my college years. "
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"During my high-school years I spent a year in Minnesota, USA, as an exchange student where I finessed my proficiency of English. One of the things I still remember most is the poem The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost. Which partialy led to my adventourous exploring of the world. Throughout the years I perfected many talents and developed many skills. But, although I've seen much of the world and am today fluent in six languages, there are still many bullet points on my bucket-list! "
Featured trips & expertise
This adventurous itinerary brings you on a thrilling gastronomic and cultural journey through Slovenia's top regions. Explore Ljubljana's old town, see Lake Bled's 11th-century castle, and explore the fairytale-like landscapes of the Soca River Valley. End your trip in Slovenia's Goriska Brda region, where world-class wines, a Mediterranean vibe, and exceptional farm-to-table cuisine await.
Experience the best of Slovenia and Croatia on this 11-day road trip. You'll start in Ljubljana, circuiting through Slovenia's lakes and rivers to the cypress hills of wine country. From there, approach the Istrian peninsula for one of the best-known culinary scenes on the Adriatic—and a dip in its waters.
Nestled between Italy, Croatia, Austria, and Hungary, Slovenia has managed to remain an undiscovered gem compared to its neighbors. Those seeking nature are sure to fall in love with Slovenia's stunning landscape and wealth of outdoor activities on offer, and there's no shortage of cultural pursuits either with the country's rich history and booming wine scene.
Slovenia is quickly emerging as a European gem with fun activities and cultural excursions for every season. Ljubljana and Lake Bled are worth a visit any time of year - but there's so much more to see and do in this small yet versatile country, and much is weather dependent. Whether you're craving sun and sea, powdery snow, or a peaceful, crowd-free getaway, each traveler will find their own perfect time to visit Slovenia.
Slovenia is often referred to as Europe's playground for adventure. Offering countless outdoor opportunities, there are few adventures that stand out from the rest. The variety of options highlights the diversity that Slovenia has in store for the avid adventurer. Below, we've put together our 5 favorite outdoor adventures in Slovenia.
Cover the highlights of Croatia in this one-week itinerary. Starting in Zagreb, the capital, you'll make your way south to Dubrovnik, stopping at Plitvice National Park and the ancient port cities of Zadar and Split. Spend a few days relaxing on the beach on the island of Hvar then end your trip in the medieval town of Dubrovnik.