Bear and Birdwatching Tour in Slovenia
In this bear tour Slovenia where the Alps meet the Mediterranean and the Pannonian Plain meets the Karst, there is Slovenia. This small green country extends in the area of 20,273 km2. Slovenia is one of the most environmentally friendly countries in the world. According to the Good Country Index, Slovenia ranks fourth among 154 countries in terms of its positive contribution to the planet and the climate. It boasts vast forests, rich biodiversity, numerous protected areas and parks, exceptional water wealth, and high-quality drinking water.
In Slovenia you will be surrounded by greenery at every step- nearly 60% of Slovenia's surface is covered by forests. We are particularly attentive to our natural environment due to its rich flora and fauna. This is also the reason why as much as 13% of Slovenia’s territory is protected. We have one national park, three regional parks, 34 landscape parks, 66 nature reserves, and more than 1200 natural monuments are just some of the reasons for you to come on a unique Photo trip.
The Slovenia spring tour is the best combination of Slovenia’s Wildlife and Birding Tours. The nature in Slovenia starts waking up, birds are nesting and bears are coming out of hibernation. We are offering a unique tour, where you can enjoy a great combination of rare species in a small area. You will not need to travel a lot to catch such a diversity of species in front of your lens. With us, you can experience, visit, feel or taste something new and unique every day of the year! We are a country of unique experiences, free from mass tourism.
Top 5 Highlights:
- Photos of Brown Bear, Fox, Chamois, Dipper, Pygmy Owl, Black Grouse, Little Bittern, Little Crake, Great-crested Grebe;
- Unique Slovenian Landscape From the Alpine world to the Mediterranean sea and Pannonian lowlands;
- Slovenia is the best nesting place for lots of endangered bird species, such as; Black Grouse, Baillons Crake, Wallcreeper, Rock Thrush, Ural Owl;
- Slovenia is known as a green destination. It is covered in 60% by forest, which is a great environment for animals.
Slovenia is on the path to becoming a top culinary destination.
Alternative Tour Name: Spring Bear & Birding Tour Slovenia