Rafting Sava Bohinjka

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A wild and beautiful alpine river, the Sava Bohinjka, together with her twin sister, the Sava Dolinka, forms the longest of Slovenia’s rivers, called the Sava.

Originating from Bohinj Lake, it carves its way through the mountains, creating a steep valley dressed in pristine forests, and offering a variety of class II to class IV rapids (easy to advanced). Come and joins us on this beautiful rafting trip, full of adrenaline. It is not suitable for non-swimmers or kids under the age of 15.

All of our guides running trips on this river are highly experienced and certified in swift water rescue. Due to low water levels in the summer, the Sava Bohinjka can only be run in spring months of April and May (and possibly in June if the water conditions allow it). All the necessary equipment, and pickups and return transport to/from Bled are included in the price. You only need to bring a towel and a swimsuit. The whole trip takes around 2-2.5 hours, with 1-1.5 hours of rafting time.

PRICE:  55€ per person


  • Duration: Around 2-2.5 hours total, with about 1-1.5 hours on the river (7 kilometres rafting distance).
  • Starting time: By arrangement.
  • Meeting point for the pickup: Your accommodation in Bled (or at an alternative location in Bled that is agreed upon in e-mail).
  • Level of difficulty: white water class II-IV (easy to advanced).
  • Included in the price: pickup and return transport to/from your accommodation in Bled, rafting equipment (wetsuit, rafting shoes, life jacket, helmet, paddle — and, in case of cold weather, an extra whitewater jacket), and a professional and certified English-speaking guide.
  • Limitations: knowing how to swim, minimum age for participants – 15 years old.
  • What do you need to bring? A towel and a swimsuit.
  • Trips are operated from April to May.


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