Cave Jama Pekel, Slovenia Guide 2022
May 20th, 2022
The Cave of Hell - or Jama Pekel; is another underground gem in Slovenia in the middle of the Celje region. Not as well known as the Krizna, Skocjan or Postojna caves, but with a 1.2 km long tourist trail, it is a must-see in the area. The Pekel Cave can be explored in about 1 hour, and a total of the 1,200-meter route is available for visitors. Part of the road passes through very narrow places, making the experience even more adventurous! The most beautiful part of the cave is the Quiet Gall
Rakov Skocjan Gorge, Slovenia - All you need to know
May 18th, 2022
Rakov Skocjan Valley is one of the most beautiful regions in Slovenia. It has the same name as the Skocjan Cave, however, you will find the valley a little further. It was formed by the river Rak making the landscape a real excursion paradise for couples and families. If you love romantic countrysides, caves, and gorges, the protected park that is now on display is guaranteed to win you over. The landscape protection area is the oldest protected area in the country (since 1949). It is mentioned
Mezica Mine Guide (2022) - Tours, prices, age requirements ...
June 11th, 2021
Slovenia is rich in waters, caves, and natural attractions. The Mezica mine combines these three, as we can cycle in the dry level and kayak in the wet level of the former mine! It was closed in the mid-'90s, later opened for the public as a tourist attraction - and soon, it became one of the best natural sights in the country. We can also explore two levels of the family-friendly cave system. The dry cycling section is 500 meters, while the wet-kayaking section is 700 meters below the surface.
Krizna Cave, Slovenia - The World's Longest Spring Cave
February 13th, 2021
Slovenia is famous for its rich forests, waters and caves. Who would not have heard of the Postojna or Skocjan caves? Surprisingly, not these two are considered to be the most beautiful caves, but the less-known Krizna Cave (Križna jama) created by water activity. Not far from the Skocjan cave system (in the Slovenian karst world), this underground wonder has been created. The water dug into the limestone and formed dazzling formations and stalactite columns. Moreover, the cave hides 50 differe
Cave Postojna, Slovenia – Everything you need to know
December 9th, 2020
Who has not heard of the fabulous countryside of Slovenia? In addition to being rich in natural resources, the landscape of this country is incredibly diverse. A great example is the Skocjan cave world, the largest cave system in Europe, and the unique cave Postojna, which is now on display. Postojna is one of the world's largest and most popular publicly accessible caves. The total internal volume of the cave system is 1.7 million cubic meters. The interior's size can also be illustrated by th
Skocjan Cave, Slovenia - Opening hours, tour timetables, fees, etc.
November 19th, 2020
Part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Skocjan Cave System is Slovenia’s second most famous cave after Cave Postojna. The cave - decorated with standing and hanging stalactites and special rock formations - is Europe's largest excavated underground system. Another special feature of the millions of years old cave is its surroundings. The area includes several smaller caves, some of which can also be visited. The Skocjan cave world is a real, unique treasure, which is only 55 minutes away