We cannot claim nature as our own; we can only live with it, respect it, and admire it.
In the Triglav National Park there are more than 7.000 species. Learn about the most common species.
Despite the harsh living conditions, there are around 1600 species of plants in the park. Here are some of the most interesting.
Vast forests, high mountain ridges and crystal clear waters. The Park accommodates a wide diversity of ecosystems.
The diversity of inanimate nature is the basis for diverse life forms.
Cold winters and short summers are a typical feature of the Alpine climate, which is common in the Triglav National Park.
More than 250 springs, the only Alpine lakes and the largest natural lake in Slovenia. Learn about the diversity of water resources in the park.
Triglav National Park is home to many endangered species.
Quiet areas are habitats within the park that are of particular importance for the protection of fauna and flora and habitat types.
Find out which invasive plant and animal species are found in the park.