SLOVENIA ON THE UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE LIST

Skocjan Caves, the largest underground canyon in the world

In 1986, the Skocjan Caves, whick boast the largest underground canyon in the world, were registered as the first in Slovenia on the UNESCO list of world natural and coltural heritage sites.

DESCRIPTION
The guided tour begins at the Visitors Centre taking you to the man-made passageway in the Globočak Collapse Doline and continues through the Silent Cave (Tiha jama), a fossil passage filled with numerous dripstone formations. Exiting the Cave, you will be enthralled by the view of the underground canyon of the Reka River that you cross on the Cerkvenik Bridge, suspended nearly fifty meters above the riverbed. You can return the surface past Tominc Cave (Tominčeva jama) and the waterfall under the natural bridge in the Big Collapse Doline (Velika dolina)

PRICELIST

Through the udergound Canyon
 
 

( 1 )
Through the udergound Canyon

 

( 1 + 2 )
Through the udergound Canyon /
Following the Reka River underground

Adults

16,00 EUR

 

21,00 EUR

Seniors, students (<26 years)

12,00 EUR

 

16,00 EUR

Children

7,50 EUR

 

11,00 EUR