Our Blog with thoughts on nature and nature conservation in Slovenia, tips on places to visit and information about animals and plants.


Stories, inspired by nature
Wild Spring Crocus in Slovenia

Notes on Crocus in Slovenia

In early spring, long before most other plants start to grow, Crocus lend colour to the meadows of Slovenia.
A beautiful meadow in Slovenia, ful of flowers!

The colours of a meadow

Grassland is hardly a natural state of Slovenian nature, but meadows are vitally important for the Slovenian biodiversity. Also, don’t underestimate its importance for tourism …
the Plum Mountain, Slivnica, in Slovenia

The Plum Mountain – Slivnica

From Mount Slivnica in Slovenia, you have the best view over the famous Lake Cerknica, but beware of the witches!
Mount Nanos in Slovenia

Mount Nanos

Mount Nanos in southern Slovenia is a mighty piece of rock which, for many centuries, forces travellers to take a detour.
Rakov Škocjan in Slovenia

Rakov Škocjan

A spectacular Karst Valley where two worlds meet, and then the ceiling collapsed.
Bloke plateau

Bloke plateau – Bloška planota

At the Bloke Plateau in Slovenia, winter lasts nine months. The rest of the year, it is just cold.

Lake Cerknica – Cerkniško jezero

Lake Cerknica is unlike any other lake: here, the water comes and goes. Add the different seasons, weather and light, as well as the traditional use for hay-making, and you...

Notes on Helleborus in Slovenia

Sometimes, when you start to look more closely at a plant, you realise that you understand it less and less well … This is the case with the genus Helleborus...

The Dangers of the Forest

Bears and Wolves are shy and avoid human contact whenever they can, so what are the real dangers of the forest in Slovenia?

The Maple Mountain – Javorniki

The great Slovenian Javorniki Mountain Ridge, where few people dare to go, and even fewer foreigners …
A salamander in its natural habitat.

Something about our vision

We love Slovenian nature areas and we love it when we see how others enjoy the places which we love . In our vision, our tours should not there …

The Bear Dilemma

Tourists have a good chance to see a brown bear from designated hides, to which bears are attracted by food. But does this help to protect bears or not?
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