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Rakov Škocjan Landscape Park, Rakek

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#3 of 7 in Parks in Inner Carniola Region
Valley · Wildlife Area
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Ideal for hiking, Rakov Škocjan Landscape Park is formed by the Rak River, which springs from caves, runs on the surface for a while, and then dips underground again. The area features many karst formations, with a route offering information through educational boards placed through the valley. Within this proclaimed regional park, you will also find two natural bridges, varying in size. Plan to visit Rakov Škocjan Landscape Park during your Rakek vacation using our convenient Rakek travel planning app.
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  • Went yesterday evening on a lovely guided walk around the Rakek river in the Karst region, and via the amazing natural stone b ridges, organised by the Turistično Društvo Rakek, easy to google. A... 
    Went yesterday evening on a lovely guided walk around the Rakek river in the Karst region, and via the amazing natural stone b ridges, organised by the Turistično Društvo Rakek, easy to google. A...  more »
  • A breathless nature just a few kilometres from highway Koper - Ljubljana. Attractions that should be addressed are well marked. Along the way are info boards and signposts. In addition, there are... 
    A breathless nature just a few kilometres from highway Koper - Ljubljana. Attractions that should be addressed are well marked. Along the way are info boards and signposts. In addition, there are...  more »
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  • Very beautiful nature park with plenty of things to see and experience. From amazing sink caves to beautiful nature accompanied by peace and silence. During rainy season you can observe flows of river Rak as it moves from one cave to another.
  • In this area (follow trail to the little natural bridge) you can access an uncontrolled cave which is relatively easy to navigate provided you wear good footwear and take strong lights with you. Very step paths down you'll need to be healthy and fully mobile. After a dry spell with low water level you can just about get into the cave system. Spectacular but use common sense at all times. Preferably try and find a local expert it'll be more fun.

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