Surrounded by beautiful mountains, rivers, waterfalls. Soča valley, you look amazing! Heading to Bovec, Slovenia?
LEARN, PADDLE, ENJOY.
If kayaking Slovenia’s most beautiful river is on your to-do list, you’ve come to the right place. Bovec is the perfect place to learn kayaking, since the Soča river offers sections of different difficulties, appropriate for beginners and experienced kayakers.
Certified and experienced guides.
Taking care of nature on every trip.
A fun and more personal experience.
Equipment is checked every day.
SOČA RIVER KAYAK SCHOOL
The emerald Soča river is the perfect place to try your first whitewater kayaking strokes, since it offers sections of different difficulties, suitable for skilled kayakers and beginner paddlers. Our kayak courses are appropriate for paddlers of any skill level, from beginners who want to learn the basic techniques and get to know the equipment and the river, to intermediate and experienced paddlers, who want to upgrade their kayaking technique.
WHAT TO KNOW
About 2,5 – 3 hours.
March – October. Everyday at 9.30 and 14.30.
- Professional equipment in excellent condition.
- A professional licensed kayak instructor.
- Transfer to the river and back to our sports center or your hotel.
- Participants must be able to swim.
- Participants with any health issues or recent injuries must consult with us prior to attending the trip.
A towel, a bathing suit and dry clothes to change after the tour.
Here at Nature’s Ways we care very much about customer satisfaction and the quality of our services, so don’t worry about being just another number in a group of 50 people or more. We only go kayaking with small groups. This way people really get to enjoy the river so much more.
We only go kayaking with small groups of people and we always try to plan our trips at times, when the river is less busy, to protect our environment and of course to make sure our guests can enjoy the beauty of the river.
Remember – on the river we are guests in someone else’s natural habitat. Birds, fish and other creatures live there. It is our job to leave the river in the same state as we found it and not cause any excessive noise or damage to animals and flora and fauna.