Caving Bled

A one-of-a-kind educational experience of caving in Slovenia’s iconic tooth-shaped hill.

Ljubljana | Bled
- 50 m

Highlights on Caving Bled

  • Explore the otherwise inaccessible parts of the cave
  • Try something new
  • Always perfect weather guaranteed 🙂
  • Minutes from Bled

Description of Caving Bled

Explore one of the oldest and most remarkable caves in Slovenia. Located near Lake Bled, this amazing place invites visitors to discover a marvelous world under the surface of Slovenia’s picturesque Alpine region.

Accompanied by a professional guide, you will embark on an hour-long walk along the north-western edge of the Jelovica Plateau through a wooded wilderness. This forested area is also called ‘the rainforest’, as forestry works are forbidden and nature reigns free.

Upon reaching the cave’s entrance under the giant rocky hill called Babji Zob (Hag’s Tooth) due to its peculiar shape, it’s time for a snack break and an opportunity to learn about the wonder you are about to enter.

Descending down the 300-metre underground gallery, the cave opens up to reveal fantastic dripstone formations with calcite crystals and the extremely rare helecitite snail-shaped dripstones. These subterranean phenomena were formed during the ice age, when the enormous Bohinj glacier invaded this alpine valley. The cave was discovered by chance some 200 years ago by a local villager and has been a tourist attraction since before WWII. Plenty of new tunnels and passages have been discovered since, including a passage leading right to the back of the cave, which is now also accessible to visitors. The caving experience lasts approx. one hour, during which you will learn about the origins of the cave, the wildlife that lives there and many other interesting facts about this subterranean miracle.

What is included in Caving Bled ?

Professional guide
Transfer from Bled

Optional extra charge

Transfer from Ljubljana
45 € per person

What to bring on Caving Bled ?

Comfortable sport clothes
Sport shoes
Water bottle
Extra layer
Evan Doyle
Oktober 2019
Would say this was quite different from other caves I have visited. With a guide we got to see what we otherwise wouldn't on your own.
Patrick Bailey
Oktober 2019
It was a first time for me that I did a thing like this. I was quite nervous at the beginning, a bit claustrophobic. But I guess our guide is used to all of that, so he was able to calm me down. And after that first shock, it was amazing. Would do it again actually.
Denny Harper
Oktober 2019
Caving Bled was epic! You get an experience like a proffesional caveman. You get to crawl underneath as well, the only light is your own torch you have. Quite an adrenalin rush, loved it.

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I wear for Caving Bled ?

Wear comfortable sport clothes that you don't mind if getting a bit dirty. You will get a protective layer to put through. Mind that inside a cave a temperature is always around 10°C. Wear sport shoes with good grip.

How many people will be in a caving group?

We believe that your experience will be better if the group is smaller, so there will be max 8 guests per guide.

Who will be our guide?

All our tours are guided with a professional local guides that will make sure that you will have great fun.

What should I bring with me?

You don't need much stuff with you, but there is a short hike to the entrance of the cave, so take some water and a snack.

What in case of bad weather?

There is no bad weather in caves :)

Am I fit enough for the caving experience?

The tour is suitable for people in reasonable fitness condition. There is approximately 1h uphill hiking to the cave.

Is the caving tour kid friendly?

Children older than 10 years old are welcome on the tour.

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