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Mamut Slovenija

Bled, Slovenia
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Tours, trips and adrenaline fueled experiences in Slovenia for groups 4+ and individuals. Day trips to the most popular tourist highlights of Slovenia and to some of the most important cultural, historical and nature sights. Flyfishing, mountaineering, paragliding, kayaking, diving, rafting, balloon flights, canyoning, zipline.
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Horse riding lovers visiting Bled—this is the tour for you! Immerse yourself in the beauty of the Slovenian countryside, and enjoy a horse riding adventure around Bled, Pokljuka, and Radovna Valley. No need to worry if you’ve never been horse riding, as the tour caters for all experience levels. It’s a faster way to explore than a walking tour, and gives you incredible access to nature.
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June A wrote a review 6 Sep
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What a day! My partner (rather an adrenaline junkie) and me (more of a scaredy-cat) joined Mamut’s Emerald River Tour to both explore the beauty of Triglav National Park and learn more about Slovenian culture and history. And oh boy, we got what we asked for. Our guide Karin, who herself was born and raised in this region, did an excellent job and showed us a range of remarkable places along the tour. With her good humour, calm and positive attitude and insightful comments on all the different spots we passed, the 8 hours really flew by. You could tell that preserving this extraordinary landscape is very dear to Karin’s heart and her passion for nature was truly contagious. The whole trip was well organised and included highlights such as a short hike to a waterfall, traditional villages, the Soča river and a short hike (including a ferrata, so do bring proper hiking shoes) to its source, the Trenta valley, a ride up to a mountain pass and a view of several famous mountains. Given that we travel without a car and the limited availability and flexibility of public transport, we would have never been able to explore so much of the National Park in such short time. We also chose to try out the optional rafting on the Soča river. The conditions were quite easy due to the time of the year according to our experienced guide Carolina, which for me was great to get a first impression of the sport. However, the guides ensured that more adventurous people got to experience some extra fun (boat slides on penguin rocks) and challenging (jump from a high boulder into the river) moments. This truly was a thrill and we would definitely recommend to add rafting to this amazing tour.
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Date of experience: September 2021
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Steph P wrote a review Aug 2021
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The tour provided amazing mountain views that we wouldn't have gotten otherwise, since we were able to cover much more ground with the horses than we could have on foot. The majority of the trail the horses were just walking, but we got up to a trot every so often. We were pretty sore the next day since we are not experienced riders, but it was worth it! Our guide was very friendly, hospitable, and excited to share his culture with us. We loved seeing his small farm with other horses and animals.
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Date of experience: August 2021
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HW0uters wrote a review Aug 2021
Oisterwijk15 contributions6 helpful votes
You are underground in a kayak which is quite unique but there was only limited kayakking that could be done due to the narrowness of the passages. More often we would be pushing by hand. This excursion is not suitable for people with height or claustrofobic issues; - You go into the mine by train, this train is small / camper, dark and noisy. This takes about 10-15 min. - You descent down a mine shaft on a steep open staircase with a handle on 1 side only. Some practical info; - Wear suitable walking shoes - Take you stuff in a backpack (easier going down the stairs). - There is a heated (!) Changing room in the cave where you can change behind a curtain. No problem leaving your things here. - You are provided with a neopreen suite which has its boots incorporated in it. I wore a bathing suite underneath with T-shirt and was fine. - Note that in this outfit you will descent about 35 meters to the kayaks, samen way up. - Wear warm clothes since the cave is "fresh". Also you want something warm to wear during lunch which is in the mine. Way back is not along the stairs but through different area of mine. The guide gave us explanations here. His Englisg was good. Two steeper sections on this way but preferable to the first stairs. Lunch was great; local breed, cheese and meats.
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Date of experience: August 2021
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Karine R wrote a review Aug 2021
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30 euros per adult, discount of 10% for Kids. Very nice experience. During the rafting, they are taking photos and offer for free download.
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dunited2017 wrote a review Aug 2021
Amsterdam, The Netherlands2 contributions
Jurij and his team gave us a wonderful experience and great service in canyoning in Bled as well as Zipline/ Rafting on the Socha in Bovec ! These are the guys to go to
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Date of experience: August 2021
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