Welcome to the land of the bora, sweeping across the landscape, unique natural phenomena above the Earth’s surface as well as underneath, the intermittent lakes, disappearing rivers and many more. The Slovenian Karst, to whom, by the way, goes all the credit for naming all karst landscapes and phenomena across the world. Only 20 out of 8.000 k arst caves in Slovenia are show caves and the Krizna Cave is definitely worth visiting for its numerous lakes.
Join this unforgettable adventure trip through the Slovenian Karst area, suitable for smaller groups, eager to enjoy nature. A trully unique experience is the visit of the Krizna Cave with its eight-kilometer-long tunnels full of stalactite decorations and other underground natural phenomena. Properly equipped with cave rafting equipment, you will feel like a true explorer, while taking a rubber raft down the 13 underground lakes, famous for the extinct cave bear bones.
After re-emerging back to the Earth’s surface, enjoy a walking tour of the area’s major sights at Rakov Skocjan nature reserve and solve the secret of the mysterious Lake Cerknica, the biggest intermittent lake.