Take a look at what Croatia and Slovenia have to offer.

Hvar island


The Grapceva cave is one of the prehistoric findings dating back to the New Stone Age (Neolithic Period) 5000 – 4000 years BC and one of the oldest discoveries in the Adriatic and the Mediterranean. Take a hiking tour and discover this cradle of Hvar’s culture and civilization.

Brac island


Zmajeva spilja (The Dragon’s cave) is located near village of Murvica, about seven kilometers from Bol. It is called The Dragon’s cave because of the relief of Dragon in it. Cave is 20 meters long and divided into four halls. Its reliefs and monument describe the monastic life of Glagolitic priests in the 15th century.

Vis and Bisevo islands


Explore the majestic Green and Blue caves on Vis and Bisevo islands. Green cave is known for the visible green beam of light that penetrates through the opening on its top and breaks on the sea surface. You can cool off in the emerald waters at the Green Cave and visit its inner core. A small island near Vis, Bisevo, is famous for a rare natural phenomenon – Blue Caves.

Plitvice Lakes


Enter the underworld and discover an astounding world hidden beneath the earth, generously letting you in. A professional guide will take you on a lighted path among breath-taking stalactites and explain how the cave was created over the course of millennia, its geological structure and its valuable archaeological findings.



Meet the mystical world of nature which has been developing for thousand of years, far away from the light of the day and the human eye. This cave is a treasure chest of stalagmites and stalactites, underworld sculptures created through time by the patient work of water.


One of the largest caves in Istria, Mramornica cave, is a true gem of the Istrian underground. It is rich in different coloured dripstones and stalagmites that are 13 meters tall, making Mramornica particularly fascinating and attractive.

Rijeka - Fuzine


Because of its beauty, the cave Vrelo is frequently called “the small Postojna”. Although its length amounts only 300m, its beauty is exceptional. Water gives the cave its particular value – at approximately 50m there is a beautiful mountain spring, lake and chasm, which make the cave even more attractive.

Karst Region


Discover the underground world of Postojna Cave, most popular cave in Slovenia. The guided tour consists of a ride by electrical train, followed by a walk through beautiful passages and chambers with spectacular drop stones, pillars, limestone curtains and other unforgettable forms.


Skocjan Caves are one of the largest and most beautiful Karst caves in Europe where You can see river Reka 200m below the surface. Skocjan Caves, listed in the world natural heritage at Unesco, represent the most significant underground phenomena both in the Karst region and Slovenia


Krizna cave is known to the world due to its underground lakes. There are 22 lakes in the cave, which can be crossed by a boat, but if we also count in the smaller lakes of Blatnikov rov, the number rises to 45.



This approximately 300 m long cave is adorned with beautiful stalactite formations. A special feature of this cave is spiral stalactites, so-called helectites, and large calcite crystals which are rear in Slovenia.

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