Brown bear is the largest carnivore in Europe. Meeting with the animal in its natural habitat is certainly an unforgettable, extraordinary experience. It creates a special feeling of being one with the nature and creates a positive attitude toward the bear. With us you have the unique opportunity to meet and observe the wild animals. Experienced local guide will take you to one of the three observatories in the woods and you will be monitored at every step of the incredible journey. We also offer the possibility to see a real bear cave.
Bears in South of Slovenia are something what you can see every day. they are the real kings in our forests. Brown bears are the largest carnivores in Europe and in Slovenia we have a very large family of bears, which counts between 350 and 500 members. Brown bear is a permanent resident in extensive forests in Loški potok, and cover 85% of the total area.
In order to look for food a bear need a lot of space. He walks through unspoiled forests, drink water in clean streams and glaze at many clearings in the middle of the woods. He is an omnivore. He eats the forest fruit, mushrooms, insects, rodents and carcass too.