Caveing

Caving is an adventure sport like none other. On a basic level, caving is the exploration of all kinds of naturally formed underground chambers. On a higher level, caving can be many different things depending on your reasons for caving and the degree of difficulty you choose. Some people cave just to see the beautiful underground formations or to study the geology of the caves (speleology) while others do it for the adventure or challenge of overcoming the wide range obstacles you’ll find in your way. The difficulty can range from simply walking around in the cave to crawling through tight spaces to climbing or descending difficult rock faces and using specialist equipment.

Srnica

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Length: 200 meters tour time: 2 hours difficulty: 5/2 longest abseiling: 20 meters

The karst cave Srnica, with its relatively easy access and passage, is ideal for an initial encounter with the underground world. A fascinating attraction of the caves is the numerous heart-shaped fossils that adorn the cave walls. Their unique patterns are reminiscent of the creative talents of great artists.

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Half Day 49 € 39 €

Mala boka

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Length: 400 meters tour time: 2 hours difficulty: 5/2 longest abseiling: 40 meters

Possibly one of the deepest cave systems in the world, Mala Boka has been attracting countless experienced cavers for over 30 years now. Slightly before the highest waterfall in Slovenia participants enter the cave and penetrate deep into the cave. Big acoustic halls, tight rows, simple climbing and a small lake on the end are waiting to be explored. Ideal for all members of the family from 3 to 99.

period price Special Package Price
Half Day 49 € 39 €


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