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Dear guests, the season is slowly coming to an end. So, it’s time for us to say thank you for letting us be a par...Read More
What If the Weather Is Bad?
Do you go rafting in rain?
Yes. As proud descendants of hardcore brave mountain tribes we never cancel wate...Read More
What If I Have a Specific Medical Condition?
When considering booking adventure activities we all feel extremely healthy, fit, young, majestic, good looking and...Read More
Can Children Go Rafting with Us?
Planning a family holiday is a project that closely resembles the crisis management when forecasting natural disast...Read More
Can I Take My Camera with Me on Rafting?
Digital photography has lifted our vacationing to a completely new dimension. In the past your friends have admired...Read More
Women’s Day Special
First, Happy International Women’s day, ladies. 8th March is a special day for women. It’s a day when w...Read More
Vršič, Statue of Zlatorog
The land of the Trenta valley and the surrounding mountains are called Zlatorog’s kingdom. It was once a flou...Read More
Lepena, the Water Hurst of Šunik
The Water Hurst of Šunik is one of the pearls of Triglav National Park. You will be charmed by small waterfalls an...Read More
Bovec, Kluže Fortress
One of the most interesting sites in our valley is Fortress Kluže. Old stronghold, placed between steep slopes of...Read More
Isonzo Front Military Cemeteries in the Soča Valley
For 29 long months of the Isonzo front soldiers were hiding in wet pits, trenches and dark caverns, silently listen...Read More
Trenta, Monument to Julius Kugy
Where Vršič Pass road descends almost to the village of Trenta, there’s a bronze monument standing at the 4...Read More
Bovec, Isonzo Front Outdoor Museum Ravelnik
The outdoor Museum Ravelnik is a circular forest trail that tells a story about Isonzo front. It’s located on...Read More
Isonzo Front in Soča Valley
Less than a year after the outbreak of World War 1, a roar of cannons moved from distant parts of Europe into the v...Read More
How the Alps Shaped the Soča Valley, part 3
30 million years ago the Alps have risen from Tetys Ocean and forever changed the face of Europe.
They stand before...Read More
How the Alps Shaped the Soča Valley, part 2
Once upon a time the Alps were twice as high as today. Mountains were rising 6.000 meters upon the wild landscape....Read More
How the Alps Shaped the Soča Valley, part 1
Soča valley lies in the lap of the Julian Alps. Breathtaking landscape of green meadows and forests, white mountai...Read More
Vršič, Russian Chapel and Russian Cross
An unusual wooden chapel tells a sad story of the Russian prisoners of war who lost their lives in an avalanche in...Read More
Srpenica, Memorial to Lucy Christalnigg
Not far from Srpenica village stands a stone cross, dedicated to the first civilian victim of the World War One in...Read More
1st World War – Reasons for the Clash
First World War is one of the most disturbing chapters of the Soča River valley history book. We mark 100 years si...Read More
Vršič, Military Cable Car and Belvedere
A year before Italy entered the 1st World War, Austria-Hungary began to build a strategically important road over t...Read More
Lepena, Great Gorge of the Soča River
This is one of the MUST visit places in the Soča Valley. If you have never seen Soča before you are probably wond...Read More
Predel, Fortress on Predel Pass
Along the road to Predel Pass, on the border between Slovenia and Italy, stands a stone pyramid with a bronze statu...Read More
Vršič, Ajdovska Deklica
One of the turbulent natural phenomena´s shaped a face of a girl on the slope of Mt. Prisank. It gave birth to the...Read More