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Best of the High Tatras Mountains Hiking Tour

Best of the High Tatras Mountains Hiking Tour, Slovakia Travel, Location The High Tatras National Park presents amazing world of rocky peaks, wild waterfalls, mountain lakes and numerous tourist paths ideal for medium and expert level adventurers. The highest summit, Gerlach peak, rises to a cloud-touching height of 2,655 meters above sea level. Tatra valleys hide more than 110 glittering mountain lakes and rare endemic species: mountain goats and rock badgers. One must enjoy the transition of the forests into the steep rocky peaks while ascending the peaks. The High Tatras are the most sought out mountain range for alpine tourism and will awake strong experience in every visitor who will certainly keep lifelong memories. One can admire mighty peaks and enchanting nature wherever he takes a look.

The tour can be extended to climbing the highest peak of Slovakia - Gerlachovsky peak in High Tatras with mountain guide.

★★★★★ - Rating by our customers based on 3 tour reviews

Tour Reviews:


Hiking Tour in the High Tatras with Sightseeing Bratislava, Spis Region and Tatra Region

Dear Lenka,

I would like to inform you that I got the feedback from my clients and their impressions from the tour are wonderfull. They are all satisfied with everything and enjoyed every moment of the tour.
Therefore I would like to thank you again for the excellent organisation and services and also for all your effords that made this tour successful.

Gorki Balojani, Product manager, BALOJANI TOURIST SERVICES, Macedonia
★★★★★ - rating 5

Sightseeing and Walking Tour around the High Tatras

Dear Veronika,
We enjoyed our visit to Slovakia and the High Tatra very much indeed and also saw quite a lot in Bratislava, including Devín Castle, but somehow missed the trail up to Kamzík, although as it was raining we probably wouldn't have seen much had we reached the top.
We are very impressed with the service provided by your company, and Igor is such a nice person to be with. I have posted letters of appreciation today to you and to Igor, thanking you both for making our holiday such a success. Enclosed with your letter are a CD label and details of the folksongs as I believe Igor is giving you a copy of the CD which I gave him.
We are passing on our recommendations to friends who might be interested in visiting Slovakia.
Yours sincerely,

Ian and Alison Australia
★★★★★ - rating 5

Hiking and Sightseeing Tour in the High Tatras Area

Dear Monika,
Our holiday was good, the weather was mostly awful (cold / wind / rain).....but you can't do anything about that! ...
Anyway, apart from this, we got on OK. All the other places on the itinerary were worthwhile / interesting, we very much enjoyed the walking and the castles etc, and the scenery was splendid.
Both pensions OK. Pension Fortuna did have some vegetarian dishes which was convenient...........because, believe me, it is still difficult to get proper vegetarian food (by which I mean cafes or restaurants who have a decent dedicated vegetarian menu) in Europe generally, not just Slovakia.......we did have the name of one in Bratislava but couldn't find it.
Regards

Peter from UK
★★★★ - rating 4