Yoga, meditation, hiking, wine tasting and kayaking.

Escape the city with us, this August bank holiday, to Bela krajina, a region in South-East of Slovenia for an exquisite and inspiring 4 day adventure in unspoiled natural environment, bringing together a unique blend of likeminded health aware outdoor lovers.
We promise that you will take much delight in the calming green village surroundings, restore and reset yourself through yoga and meditation, meander through many local hiking trails and discover the stunning canyon of river Kolpa on a kayak.  Other activities can be arranged such as cycling, paragliding, horse riding  or mushroom foraging in a nearby forrest (depending on the weather).

Over the course of this wellness escape you will experience and enjoy your stay at a uniquely designed guest farm, with a traditional appearance and modern interiors, in a small village of Strekljevec.  In the village community winemaking and beekeeping is very popular. You will be nourished by freshly prepared healthy food with many regional specialities, and you will taste some of the best wines South – East of Slovenia has to offer.

Experience a profound connection with nature, other human beings and the universe around you. Slow down your pace in serene rural surroundings, where time seems to stop. Share this ‘gathering’ with loved ones and friends or find beauty seeking conscious solo travellers, who you will naturally bond with.

Just a 2 hour flight from London, Slovenia won this year’s National Geographic World Legacy Award,  becoming the world’s most sustainable country. This award is given to places that demonstrate environmental best practices, protection of cultural and natural heritage, benefits to local communities and are educating travellers.

Nearly 60% of Slovenia is covered in lush forests, beautiful clean rivers, mountains, it has karst, and coastline.  In 2016, Slovenian parliament added water to constitution as fundamental right for all. Bled being its most famous touristic town, there are many parts of the country left undiscovered.

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