Skocjan Cave
UNESCO world heritage site.

Skocjan Cave


This tour is only easy walking tour, there you will see natural attractions picturesque karst valley formed by the sinking and collapsing of a cave ceiling will not leave you indifferent.


• Skocijan Cave


• Entrence ticket

• Transportation with a van

• Wallking tour 1,5 hour, duration in 4 hours

• Live tour English speaking guide


• Lunch

• Gratuities (optional)

Please Note

• Hours of Operation: by booking

• A minimum of 2 people per booking is required

• Location/Departure Point: City Centre Ljubljana or at the host

• Children younger than 3 years old may participate for free.

• Please arrive 15 minutes prior the tour.

Visitors walk in groups from the ticket office for about 600 m down a gravel path to the main entrance in the Globocak Valley. Through a 116 m-long tunnel, you soon reach the head of the Silent Cave, The first section, called Paradise, is filled with beautiful stalactites, stalagmites and flowstones; the second part (called Calvary) was once the riverbed. The Silent Cave ends at the Great Hall, 120 m wide and 30 m high. It is a jungle of exotic dripstones and deposits; keep an eye out for the mighty stalagmites called the Giants and the Pipe Organ.

The sound of the Reka River heralds your entry into the Murmuring Cave, To get over the Reka and into Müller Hall, you must cross Cerkevnik Bridge, suspended nearly 50 m above the riverbed and surely the highlight of the trip.

Schmidl Hall, the final section, emerges into the Big Valley. From here you walk past Tominc Cave, where finds from a prehistoric settlement have been unearthed, and over a walkway near the Natural Bridge. The tour ends at a funicular lift that takes you back to the entrance.

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