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National parks tour - Low and High Tatras, Slovak paradise, Pieniny, Muranska planina
Low Tatras (Nizke Tatry)
Low Tatras - Dumbier
Low Tatras - autumn
Low Tatras - Janska valley
Low Tatras - main ridge
Low Tatras mountains
Low Tatras in the winter
High Tatras - view from main ridge of the Low Tatras
High Tatras (Vysoke Tatry)
High Tatras (Vysoke Tatry)
High Tatras - Mengusovska valley
Muranska planina
Muranska planina
Horses in Muranska planina
Muranska planina
Pieniny
Traditional river rafting on the Dunajec
Slovensky raj
Slovensky raj
Wooden ladder in Slovensky raj

National Parks of Slovakia

National Parks of Slovakia, Slovakia Travel, Location Slovakia, a small country in the very heart of Europe is unique with its highly varying landscape and rich in natural sites. There are 9 National Parks and 14 Natural Reserves in Slovakia. Let us to take you in the nature of 5 different and most beautiful national parks which means: high mountains, beautiful valleys, deep caves, numerous rivers and clear waterfalls, unique fauna and flora. Accompanied by our experinced guide you will see:
- the largest national park – the Low Tatras,
- national park with the highest peaks – the High Tatras,
- the most varied national park – the Slovak Paradise,
- the northest and smallest – the Pieniny National Park,
- the wildest - the Muranska Planina National Park.

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Itinerary

Day 1:

- arrival to Slovakia; Banska Bystrica town
- accommodation and informal recpetion

Overnight in Banska Bystrica

Day 2:

The Low Tatras National Park The Low Tatras National Park
We will hike through the biggest mountain range in Slovakia. Starting in the southern base of mountains by the Trangoska Hut we will hike up to the mountain hut of Milan Rastislav Stefanik. After a little refreshing we will climb up on the summit of the highest peak of The Low Tatras – Dumbier with the excellent views of the limestone cliffs and the whole Slovakia.

Day trip:
Trangoska (1356 m) - Chata pod Dumbierom (1793 m) – Dumbier (2046 m) – Trangoska (1356 m)

Note:
Alternative hiking route is also available

Overnight in Poprad

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Day 3:

The High Tatras National Park The High Tatras National Park
The High Tatras national park is the most beautiful in Slovakia. The High Tatras became the country's first national park in 1948. The highest summit of the High Tatras, and of the whole Carpathians, is the peak Gerlachovsky stit, at 2655 m. From the mountain lake Strbske Pleso, passing the Popradske lake we will walk up surrounded by steep Tatra peaks to the deepest and largest mountain lake in Slovakia – Hincovo pleso, with a maximum depth of 54 m.

Day trip:
Strbske pleso (1355 m) - Popradske pleso (1494 m) - Hincovo pleso (1944 m) - Strbske pleso (1355 m)

Note:
Alternative hiking route is also available

Overnight in Poprad

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Day 4:

The Slovak Paradise National Park The Slovak Paradise National Park
This is the most idyllic and unspoilt spot in Slovakia cut by several valleys, gorges, cascading waterfalls. The walk starts from Cingov to the Tomasovsky view where you can see The High Tatras. Walking up the Monastery Gorge we will climb on the summit of The Slovak Paradise – Klastorisko where the reconstructed ruins of the Cartesian monastery from the late 13th century are. Stroll down the wood route with the views on craggy ravines we will come back to Cingov.

Day trip:
Cingov (500 m) – Tomasovsky vyhlad (650 m) - Prielom Hornadu (550 m) – Klastorna roklina (600 m) – Klastorisko (800 m) – Cingov (500 m)

Note:
Alternative hiking route is also available

Overnight in Poprad

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Day 5:

The Pieniny National Park The Pieniny National Park
This national park is located in the north of Eastern Slovakia and it partly forms a natural border with Poland. Pieniny is Slovakia's smallest national park where the river Dunajec formed excellent picturesque scenery. We will try one of the attractions of this area - rafting on wooden rafts down the river Dunajec canyon and we will have a nice walking in nature around the village of Cerveny Klastor with a Carthusian-Carmelite monastery from the 14th century.

Overnight in Poprad

Day 6:

The Muranska Planina National Park The Muranska Planina National Park
This national park is a karst mountainous plateau in the eastern part of Slovakia. In this area more than 150 caves (inaccessible to the public) have been discovered, more than 50 swallow holes and karst springs, as well as a number of karst phenomena. We will walk up to the remains of the castle, Muransky hrad, which bear witness to the long history of the region.

Day trip:
Muran (490 m) – Muransky hrad (635 m) – Muran (490 m)

Overnight in Poprad

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Day 7:

Farewell and departure from Slovakia.