The trip is situated in the heart of the High Tatras Mountains. Accommodation in mountain hotel - best location for many day tours - beautifull valleys and alpine meadows with flowers, streams, waterfalls, lakes, ridges with spectacular views of the moutains, top of peaks. This everything on well maintained mountain trails.Walks: Availability:
Would you prefer to discover beautiful Slovakia country independently? If so then an unguided self lead tour itineraries are the perfect solution for you. Hiking along the trails and experiencing the sights, sounds and smells of Slovakia independently will give you an enormous sense of accomplishment. Our self-guided walking holidays are designed to be completely flexible. You are therefore free to choose to come whenever it suits you, stay as long as you like, and even enjoy walk free days! You can combine a few days in one region with a few in another. This freedom will enable you to select holiday start dates that make the most of cheap flight availability.
Slovakia Self-guided Tours & Holidays
Our High Tatras Mountains hut-to-hut hike offer those looking for more demanding hike a wonderful way to explore he smallest high mountain range in the world. You will pass the most from the Tatra Mountains. Accommodation is situated in mountain huts and hotels with good possibility for relaxing.Walks: Availability:
Our High Tatras Mountains hut-to-hut trek for advanced offers those looking for demanding hike a wonderful way to explore he smallest high mountain range in the world. You will pass the most from the Tatra Mountains east to west. Accommodation is situated in mountain huts with good possibility for relax.Walks: Availability:
Three Slovak national parks during one week - Mala Fatra - mountains of beautiful landscape with diverse relief, High Tatras Mountains - the most spectacular Slovak mountains, Slovensky Raj - kingdom of ravines and waterfalls.Walks: Availability:
The tour will take you in highly varied, wild and interesting Mala Fatra Mountains national park in north part of Slovakia with highlights: both parts of Mala Fatra mountains, Martinske hole and Mincol peaks, castle of Strecno, the ruins of Stary Hrad castle, Terchova village - Juraj Janosik birth place and centre of Mala Fatra National Park, Velky Krivan - the highest peak of Mala Fatra mountains, Velky Rozsutec peak, Diery canyons - gorges and canyons.Walks: Availability:
Between the bustle of Bratislava and the well-trodden trails of the High Tatra, run ranges of hills, clothed in beechwoods and quilted with meadows. They are wonderful walking country, quiet and peaceful, dotted with villages stirring uncertainly at the interface of old socialism and capitalism. Banska Stiavnica, the focus of our Slovakian walk, was once the "third largest city in the Hungarian empire", its wealth founded on gold and silver mining, resulting in an extraordinary architectural richness in the town itself, now slowly being restored. Our walk will take you though those hills and villages, and spiral towards the town, where you spend two days exploring its history.Walks: Availability: