Compliance with the rules and recommendations of the protected area is well accepted, as it contributes to the basic mission of the National Park - to preserve for the next generations the extraordinary nature of this invaluable mountainous world.
Mountain peaks, wild and deep gorges, a wealth of flora, a cultural landscape with mountains and picturesque villages with a rich cultural heritage invite you to visit. Getting to know the nature, the cultural landscape and the people of the park is an extraordinary experience, but one that must take into account the fundamental objectives of nature conservation.
We want your experience of the Triglav National Park and its thematic routes to be authentic and rich. At the same time, visitors, remember that you are only guest in this delicate environment!
Make sure that the beautiful environment of the Triglav National Park will be attractive and enjoyable for generations to come!
GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR VISITING
You are entering a sensitive world of nature. Peace and tranquillity should be the privilege of the park's inhabitants and visitors.
The sensitive natural environment requires an aware visitor, so walking off the marked trails is not recommended.
Burning fires is prohibited in natural environment. Exceptionally, it is allowed in specially designated places and for agricultural and forest protection purposes.
ACTIVITIES IN THE PARK
The use of drones is prohibited in the natural environment without the prior consent of the national park.
High mountain lakes and streams are sensitive and vulnerable habitats where swimming is not allowed. Dogs are also prohibited from swimming.
Driving, stopping and parking of motor vehicles is prohibited in the natural environment of the park.
It is forbidden to ride bicycles in the natural environment of the park. You can find the routes where it is acceptable to ride here.
CAMPING AND TENTING
Tenting and sleeping outside the designated areas is not allowed. There are enough beds in the mountain huts.
Camping and overnight stays outside the designated areas are not allowed.
IN THE PARK WITH YOUR DOG
Let's visit with a non-intrusive presence, ensuring the dog is always on a leash.
For your own safety and the safety of your dog, do not approach livestock in pastures. Keep dogs on a leash.
High mountain lakes and streams are sensitive and vulnerable habitats where dogs are not permitted to swim.