Triglav National Park (TNP) is institutionalized park of high significance for a country of Slovenia. It is divided into three protected areas and the main goal is a preservation of the natural habitat and endangered species. All activities in the park follow simple guidelines for being as much responsible and sustainable as possible.
Triglav National Park is the only national park in the country and also the biggest preserved area with around 8800 km2 of graceful nature, astonishing natural landmarks, friendly locals and important cultural monuments. Nature in Triglav National Park is just fascinating. Pictures sceneries, white mountain`s tops and their reflection in clear blue lakes, a green forest which hide endanger bird species and endless meadows with flowers of every possible color.
Triglav National Park offers diverse opportunities to its visitors. It is an ideal place for hiking and mountain climbing, fishing, cycling and mountain cycling, water sports, alpine and cross-country skiing and great for all photographers, culture and history enthusiasts. No doubt, that everyone would enjoy spending their day in this part of Slovenia.
Be sure to check out the great possibilities Triglav National Park offers on the official website below, where you can also hire a local guide to help you organize your day.
You can reach TNP from several directions, from south via Gorica (Tolmin, Bovec) and from east through Bled or Bohinj and from north via Kranjska Gora.