Ski safari is your ticket to seeing every corner of Slovenia, with you visiting multiple ski resorts in the Julian Alps, Kamnik-Savinja Alps, and Pohorje Plateau.
These exciting ski holidays are tailor-made for adventurous folks who want to discover as much as possible. They will give you just enough time to properly explore every ski resort and the surroundings of where you will be staying before moving on to new places.
Some resorts will offer you stunning views over the Ljubljana Basin, while the mighty surrounding peaks of the Julian Alps will leave you in awe at the other ones.
Then again, the magical presence of the snow-covered woods at Rogla might enthrall you even more.
During the time you spend away from the snowy slopes, you will be able to discover the various well-known cities and towns you will be staying in, each with its own unique identity. From the everyday liveliness of Ljubljana to the enchanting alpine ambiance of Kranjska Gora or the breathtaking grace of Bled, each destination has something outstanding to offer its visitors.
Your days could include trying out new winter sports, like cross-country skiing or sledding with your kids. And to cool off, maybe a relaxing walk while delighting in Slovenia’s pristine nature will do the job.
And if you are not a fan of solitude, you might prefer going sightseeing or having a savory culinary experience at one of the many restaurants serving local delicacies.
Besides taking care of the accommodation, we also provide you with ski passes and full 24/7 support in case of any emergency. The skiing fun should be the only thing on your mind in this hassle-free holiday while we coordinate everything else.
Logistics can also be a nuisance. Therefore, we can arrange a transfer between the sites so that you will not have to use your vehicle and worry about transporting all your equipment and baggage.
The only thing left is for you to pack your bags and ski equipment and let us worry about giving you the most memorable ski holidays.
Ski school, carpet lift, and fun activities in the snow on one side and a World Ski Cup track on the other are the things Kranjska Gora ski resort offers to its visitors. Placed in a picturesque alpine valley, it is family-friendly, with many restaurants, apartments, and gift shops in its vicinity.
The second largest Slovenian ski resort is in the Kamnik-Savinja Alps mountain range, just 8 kilometers from the Brnik airport. Stunning views and diverse terrain of various technical difficulties produce a perfect ski break amid the Alps and northern flatlands.
Nestled above Lake Bohinj in the heart of Triglav National Park, the Vogel ski resort has the most stable snow conditions in Slovenia. It boasts one of the best snow parks in Slovenia and one of the most stunning views over the Julian Alps and Mt. Triglav.
It is the only Slovenian resort with ski runs above 2000 meters of altitude. One of the chair lifts connects with the Sella Nevea ski resort on the Italian side of the mountain. Consequently, the visitors can ski in two different countries and grab a bite at the highest-lying Slovenian restaurant at 2202 meters elevation.
Holding the title of the best Slovenian ski resort, Cerkno earned it with its modern and family-friendly facilities. It is not as well-known among the tourists and is slightly distant, making it less busy than others during the high season.
On a wooded plateau in northeastern Slovenia, away from the tumultuous cities, Rogla is one of the most secluded Slovenian ski resorts. With a range of attractive tracks and the best ski school in the country, it is the favorite destination of many families.
Kranjska Gora is a town in northwestern Slovenia. Set in a charming valley surrounded by the Julian Alps and Karawanks mountain ranges, it is a popular sports hub destination during summer and winter. Streaked with hotels and apartments, it offers its visitors a chance at all sorts of activities, such as a wellness center, walking paths, local cuisine degustations, and more. Many families delight in the authentic Alpine Village in the town’s center, the shimmering Lake Jasna, and the view of the mountain vista encircling the lowlands, making it an altogether attractive location for holidays.
Regularly mentioned as one of the most picturesque places in the world, Bled has plenty more than its lake to showcase. From the cultural remains of the old Bled Castle looming over the lake to the sweet spoils of the authentic Bled cream cake, it is one of the most visited towns in Slovenia. Whether a fan of relaxing walks in the embrace of unsullied nature or preferring the tumultuous atmosphere of the local restaurants and bars, holidaying at Bled aims to please both groups of people.
As Slovenia’s capital, it is a hub for an array of various activities. It boasts a well-preserved old town in the city center, typical for European cities, reigned over by the mighty Ljubljana Castle. In addition, Ljubljana bears the title of one of the culinary and green capitals of Europe. It puts you in the heart of all possible festivities in a big city, yet offers a lot of parks and an option to swiftly leave the urban areas behind and find yourself surrounded by nature. Its central location makes it a perfect starting point for additional endeavors elsewhere in Slovenia.
Bovec is situated in the heart of the Julian Alps, next to the national treasury of the Soča River. Almost every window in the town exhibits a breathtaking view of the surrounding alpine panorama. In summer, Bovec is a hub for numerous adrenaline sports. Come winter, the providers adapt accordingly and present a range of ski-oriented services. Even though the town is quite remote, there rarely comes a time when it sleeps, with the bars serving drinks to the sound of good music well into the night.
It is not a town but more of a tourist resort perched on the top of the Rogla Plateau, where many come to spend their holidays in the tranquility of the woods. One of its main attractions is the Tree Top Walk, a kilometer-long, walkable platform raised to the height of the surrounding treetops, where visitors can learn about the local forest. During the warmer months, the resort’s hotel, bungalows, and apartments are full of hikers and other outdoor enthusiasts. Conversely, they fill up with skiers and cross-country skiers when snow falls, having the ski runs only a step away.
We are always looking for the perfect fit for you. We use a few different accommodation providers that fit our standards, but they are subject to availability, especially in the high season. We can adjust it to your preferences and budget and always find a more suitable solution to your taste.
Our tour caters to a wide age range, from the youngest skiing enthusiasts who come with their families to people in their twenties and the most experienced old troupers. We design holidays at your own pace, and you will enjoy them no matter your age. Age is simply a state of mind, as they say, and we welcome anyone.
We don’t require any specific fitness level from you. You will choose your own pace, style of skiing, and the ski slopes you prefer.
Traveling light is the key. Make sure you have sufficient layers of breathable clothing to ensure that you are always warm enough and can remove a layer if you get too hot. You can also discuss the current weather conditions with your travel manager a week before you arrive. Regarding ski equipment, you can bring your own, or we can provide rental pieces according to your wishes.
Our price of Ski Holidays does not include:
– International airfare
– travel and sports insurance
– food and drinks if not noted otherwise
Yes, no problem! In Slovenia, you can find many ski slopes appropriate for beginners. If you don’t feel comfortable skiing on your own, we suggest taking our ski school program, where you will ski in a group with a ski instructor and make the best progress.
A tourist and promotion tax is a fee every visitor must pay for each overnight stay wherever in Slovenia. It consists of two parts: each municipality charges a tourist tax fee, which goes towards financing and maintenance of tourist facilities in the area, and the Slovenian Tourist Board charges a promotion tax, which they use to promote Slovenia. The tax rates vary depending on the municipality – from 1.5€ in some locations to 3.13€ in Ljubljana or Bled (charged per person and night).
We adjust the itinerary for every client separately. If you want to try different winter activities or do some sightseeing, let us know, and we will be happy to organize them for you! 😊
The best time for skiing is in January and February when the weather conditions are the most stable. Otherwise, the ski resorts in Slovenia usually open their slopes for business in the second half of December, but the proportion of open ski runs depends on the snow conditions.