Wander the underground tunnels and passages at the Skocjan caves, UNESCO Karst natural site
Learn about Karst landscape
Emerge yourself into history and get to know traditional method of salt harvesting at Secovlje salt pans
Enjoy the beautiful landscape of Secovlje
UNESCO karst attraction – the Skocjan Caves with fantastic underground natural phenomena followed by a visit of the Secovlje salt pans, the natural reserve.
The first stop is the UNESCO listed Skocjan Caves, one of the largest and most fascinating Karstic sites in Europe with the Reka River running 200m below the surface.
Continue to the unique reserve and the biggest wetland on the Slovenian coastline, where salt is produced in the same traditional way as 700 years ago. The abandoned southern part of the reserve features demolished buildings that were once used by workers in the salt industry that contribute to the charm of the Secovlje salt pans. The reserve became a habitat for various animals and plants.
INCLUDED IN PRICE
Professional English speaking guide, comfortable transportation and organization
Entrance fees: Skocjan Caves: 16€ - 20€ per person (depending on a season), Secovlje Salina Nature Park: 7€ per person, meals and personal expenses
9:00Meeting point Koper / Piran port
10:00Skocjan Caves guided tour
12:00Free time for lunch
14:00Secovlje salt pans
16:30Drop off in Koper port
- Timings and schedules may vary
Good to know
The best thing about private tours is that you can tailor the itinerary exclusively based on your wishes and preferences.
There is a moderate amount of walking at Skocjan Cave as well as in Secovlje salt pans. Make sure you wear comfortable clothes and shoes.
Flexible departure times and schedule.
It does not have to be a weekend, but any day in your life that can be turned into a fabulous Slovenian adventure.