Dive into Croatia and Slovenia’s diverse nature

Croatia and Slovenia showcase Europe's natural wonders on a grand scale, offering diverse landscapes for outdoor enthusiasts.


Slovenia boasts lush, emerald forests covering 60% of the country, teeming with over 20,000 species, including lynx, wolves, and bears. Key areas include Bohinj, Rogla's treetop walk, and the UNESCO-listed primeval forest at Krokar. Croatia's expansive biodiverse forests, part of UNESCO's heritage, include Mljet, Paklenica, Northern Velebit, and Risnjak.


Slovenia's Triglav National Park, centered in the Julian Alps, features the iconic Triglav peak and diverse flora and fauna. Croatia offers impressive mountain landscapes like Velebit and Dinaric Alps, protected in national parks like Risnjak and Paklenica, and Biokovo Nature Park in Split.


Slovenia's Lake Bled and Lake Bohinj, surrounded by snow-capped peaks, showcase glacial beauty. Croatia's Plitvice Lakes National Park, with its 16 interconnected lakes, stands out as a UNESCO-listed gem. Lakes like Cerknica and the Red and Blue Lakes in Split's hinterland add to the natural splendor.


Slovenia's compact coastline blends history with nature in towns like Koper and Piran. Croatia's extensive 6,000km coastline, adorned with over 1,000 islands, includes gems like Brijuni National Park, Hvar, Brač, and the enchanting Kornati islands.


Slovenia's crystal-clear rivers, including the iconic Soča, offer breathtaking scenery. Croatia's rivers like Krka, Cetina, and Zrmanja provide opportunities for water-based adventures in the midst of rich ecosystems.

Source: https://www.wanderlust.co.uk/discover/discover-croatia-and-slovenia/content/croatia-and-slovenia-nature/

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