DescriptionSee captivating colour of Soca river, try a bit of Triglav National Park and see nature created sights along the way on a daytrip around North West Slovenia. Vrsic pass impresses with the view over the surrounding peaks. Museum in Kobarid offers an informative introduction to the First world war. Nearby Kozjak waterfall is a place to listen carefully to the bird’s singing and let the relaxing flow of the water please us in the shade of the trees. A relaxing hike to Tolmin gorge just completes our experience.
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Program (09 h 00 min)Before getting to the top of the Vrsic pass we stop at the Russian chapel. Then we drive to Trenta valley, a remote and tranquil place in the heart of Julian Alps. Kobarid’s First world war museum is the best place to explain the Soca river front line, one of the toughest front lines in the war history. The road over Napoleon’s bridge leads us to Kozjak waterfall. By hiking down the rocks to the hidden Tolmin gorge we will hike to the lowest point of Triglav National Park.
Vrsic Mountains pass
Tour over the mountain pass on country’s highest altitude is full of serpentine curves and scenic landscapes.
Kobarid boasts the Museum of First Wold War awarded by European Union’s Council, and Kozjak waterfall.
Tolmin gorges are the southest entrance to the Triglav National Park and a carefully protected natural site.
What is included in this tour?
- Kobarid museum entrance ticket
- Tolmin Gorges entrance ticket
- Professional tour guiding
- Travelling in comfortable air-conditioned vehicle
- Bottled water on the way