Slovenia Kayaking Activities 🚣
From half-day to full-day kayaking tours around Bled, Bovec, and Ljubljana. Available every day, suitable for families and novice adventurers. Try out today!
Soča River is officially open for all kinds of water sports from mid-March through August and so are the other rivers. Most of the kayaking companies operate from late spring through summer, and some of them until late October. We recommend you the April-October period as a general timeframe for kayaking in Slovenia.
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Popular regions for Kayaking in Slovenia
Which is the best kayaking adventure in Slovenia?
The most adrenaline-boosting rides you can experience in Slovenia can be found on fast rivers like Savina, Kolpa, Sava, and Krka.
We would recommend the Soca river, which is among the Top 3 European kayaking paradise with its rapids Class I to V, spread over a length of 54 kilometers. The perfectly preserved natural environment of the Soca Valley attracts kayak and canoe fans from all over the world.
Kayaking is the best way to enjoy the spectacular environment that the Soca River and its valley can offer. Experienced guides will help you master the technique, to be able to reach enchanting hidden corners of the river which are accessible only by kayak or canoe while enjoying the descent.
Why do kayaking in Slovenia?
Kayaking became one of the most popular water activities in Slovenia. It has been ranked #1 amongst attractions in several Slovenian regions. From beginner to advanced, Slovenia's rivers are set to challenge and evoke memorable experiences for all visitors. For expert kayakers, there is an Olympic style slalom course in the upper part of the Sava River near Ljubljana. Most of the kayaking adventures take only a few hours but there are plenty that lasts several days. It doesn't matter whether you take the faster flowing Soča or the more calm Kolpa, amazing scenery provides unforgettable experiences.
What equipment is needed for kayaking?
In case you are headed for kayaking in Slovenia, other than a reliable kayak, you will need a wet-suite, life-jacket, helmet and shoes. You don't need to worry about the equipment, since all the necessary high quality equipment will be provided if you manage your kayaking adventure via experienced guides and/or operators.
All prices are indicative only and subject to availability and changes without obligation.