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Get to know the vastness of Slovenia’s green Kočevje forest with Zavod Kočevsko. Go deep into the forest, listen up close to how nature breathes and look for its inhabitants including bear, wolf and lynx. Head out with an experienced guide on a wildlife hike, cycle along bear trails, watch bears from an observatory in the woods, try your hand at horseback riding and take in the scenic beauty of river valleys, lakes and wilderness. Kočevsko is conveniently located so that you can visit it as a day trip from Ljubljana or on the way to the sea. Whatever you do, you will definitely want to stay longer.

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More than 80% of Kočevsko, known as the Secret Forest of Slovenia, is covered in forests and nature here is wild, but accessible to everyone. It is also one of the few areas in the world where you can still observe all three large beasts in the wild...

  • Country:
    Slovenia,
  • Tour Type:
    Guided, Small Group
  • Start/end:
    Start/end in Kočevje
  • price icon
    1 Days from
    $324 p/p in USD
  • departures icon
    Departures: Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct

Discover the Natural Habitat of Bears

Zavod Kočevsko
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Enter the world of Slovenia's mysterious forests of Kočevje and explore nature in all its primal glory on this 1-day safari. This area is home to the largest brown bear population and the highest number of primeval forest remnants in Europe as well as...

  • Country:
    Slovenia,
  • Tour Type:
    Guided, Small Group
  • Start/end:
    Start/end in Kočevje
  • price icon
    1 Days from
    $324 p/p in USD
  • departures icon
    Departures: Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct

Zavod Kočevsko

  • Slovenia
The Secret Forest of Slovenia
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