The Martuljek waterfalls are true pearls of the Slovenian Alpine region. Their easy access along the picturesque gorge makes them a popular tourist attraction. Underneath the rock cliffs is the source of the Martuljek stream which cascades in three stages down the 110 metre high cliff as the Upper Martuljek waterfall.
The exceptional Škocjan Caves in Slovenia comprise a UNESCO natural and cultural world heritage site. It has archeological, geological and historical importance. There is evidence that people have lived in the caves since the Mesolithic era, and do still. The Reka River disappears underground in this area; there is a highly multi-branched and extensive system of cave passages with sinkholes, mysterious cave entrances, multi-leveled caves and great floral and faunal diversity. by Ben Thé Man