5 reasons to go on the 7 Alpine Wonders tour with us:
- Seeing the most wonderful natural sights in Triglav National Park
- Breathing in the fresh mountain air with short and easy hikes
- Swimming in crystal clear alpine waters
- A comfortable and scenic ride with an air-conditioned van
- Learning about Slovenian culture and nature from a friendly local guide
What to expect?
Beginning with a short introduction of the adventure ahead of us, we will start a drive on the so-called sunny side of the Alps.
As we get into Triglav National Park, you will quickly realize how each corner of this Alpine landscape attracts with its own story.
1. Waterfall Peričnik – the first taste of the 7 alpine wonders adventure
Our first stop on the 7 Alpine wonders adventure will be the stunning waterfall Peričnik. After a distant view of one of the highest waterfalls in Slovenia, we will not only take a short hike directly to it but also experience a walk behind it.
2. Špik Mountain range – photo shooting with spiky mountains
Afterwards, the road will take us toward Kranjska Gora, a pristine Alpine town right below the mountains. We will visit the second of the 7 Alpine wonders: the astonishing Špik mountain range, which offers the perfect background for your photo.
3. Zelenci springs – the signature icon of Triglav National Park
Following along the trail of Triglav National Park, the third stop will be the signature icon of the park, the Zelenci springs. This is where the Sava Dolinka river finds its way to the surface for the second time. The extremely clean and cold stream comes out from the layers of marl which consequently gives the Zelenci springs the well-known emerald colour.
4. Lake Predil – the lake of hope
After driving through the first part of Triglav National Park, we will cross the Italian border. Soon after, we will arrive at the picturesque lake surrounded by the Julian Alps – Lake Predil. This large glacier lake offers good refreshment and swimming in its mint-green water.
After this short stop in Italy, we will head back to Slovenia. The southwestern part of the Triglav national park across the border is considered the most beautiful. It will most likely be the highlight of the 7 Alpine wonders since we will enter the scenic Soča river adventure.
5. Soča river adventure
Once a First World War battlefield, the Soča valley is nowadays a paradise for adventurers and nature enthusiasts. Besides exploring the natural beauty in this part of Triglav National Park, this will be the chance for all adventurers to try rafting on the river or join the zipline adventure from mount Kanin. We will stop at the Great Gorge of Soča, which offers a background for amazing photos and an opportunity to jump into the river from the big rocks.
⇒ EMERALD RAFTING (extra cost = 52€)
⇒ ZIPLINE (extra cost = 60€)
⇒ 3 HOURS FREE TIME (free of charge)
6. The highest mountain pass in Slovenia – the legend of the Pagan girl
The sixth wonder is waiting for us on the Vršič pass (1611 m), the highest road pass in the Eastern Julian Alps. A scenic ride to the top of the pass will take us to the home of an exceptional girl with a legendary story. The spellbinding beauty of the Pagan girl in the mountain rock will not leave you indifferent.
7. Lake Jasna – the story of the golden horn
Last but not least, we will approach the last stop of this unforgettable 7 Alpine wonders tour. After a long day of incredible impressions, this will be the time for pure relaxation. We will stop at Jasna Lake, a man-made lake with yet another stunning view of the Julian Alps. If you wish, you can take a relaxing walk around the lake or refresh yourself with a swim in a crystal-clear lake.
This is how the 7 Alpine wonders tour comes to an end. We finish the trip to Bled between 6-8 pm.
Soča river adventure on 7 alpine wonders tour
What is included in the price?
✔️English speaking local guide and a driver
✔️Transport in an air-conditioned van or car (small groups)
✔️Full support during the tour
✔️Triglav National Park fee
What is NOT included in the price?
× Food and drinks on the way
× Travel and health insurance
× Extra activities like Rafting and Zipline
What is good to know before going on the tour?
⇒ You must have an ID or passport because we cross the Italian border.
⇒ We will drive through scenic places where the road gets winding at some point, so let the guide know if you have car sickness.
⇒ Lunch is not included in the price. We recommend that you bring some snacks, but you will also have a chance to buy something in the grocery store or have lunch in a restaurant in Bovec if you decide to have free time there. If you choose an additional activity in Bovec, you should bring lunch.
⇒ There are no facilities or restrooms while you are on a rafting or ziplining tour. These two activities last 2-3 hours.
⇒ Let the guide know if you have any health issues. ❤️
⇒ The tour operates in most weather conditions. Except, in case of bad weather with heavy rain all day, it might be canceled or postponed. The tour is also canceled or postponed if the minimum number of participants is not met (3 participants are required)
⇒ If you are under drugs or alcohol, you cannot join us on tour.
What to bring with you?
- Comfortable clothes and a rain jacket (in case of rain)
- Swimming suits and a towel (if you want to swim in the waters)
- Sunglasses and sunscreen
- Snacks and drinks
- Passport or ID card
- Money for lunch or souvenirs
Is 7 alpine wonders suitable for children?
Long drives can be tiring and uncomfortable for young children, and they may be unable to stay focused and attentive throughout such a long journey. It would be better to consider shorter trips or activities that are more age–appropriate.
Is Slovenia enough for 1 day trip?
Seven alpine wonders are enough to make it in one day, but if you want to see more of Slovenia, we recommend staying at least 3-4 days.
Do I see all seven wonders on tour?
You see all seven alpine wonders from Bled to Bovec and back: Waterfall Peričnik, Špik Mountain range, Zelenci springs, Lake Predil, Soča river adventure, The highest mountain pass in Slovenia, Lake Jasna.
Do I need to walk a lot on seven alpine wonders?
Most of the points are seeable from the car, so you don’t need to walk if you don’t want to.
Can I get car sick?
Yes, it is possible to experience motion sickness during long car rides, such as a 7–10 hour journey. Therefore we make stops and drive slowly on certain paths.