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Moksha Slovenia accommodation and wellness retreat offers you a chance to relax, recharge and reconnect with yourself and nature.

At Moksha Slovenia, you can enjoy various activities that will enhance your well-being and happiness. You can explore the beautiful nature of the Soca Valley, where you can find rivers, waterfalls, lakes, forests and meadows. You can also try some adventure sports, such as rafting, kayaking, paragliding, hiking and biking. Or you can simply relax on a hammock in the beautiful gardens.

Moksha Slovenia is more than just a place to stay. It is a place to experience the true meaning of moksha, which is liberation from stress, anxiety and suffering. It is a place to find your inner peace, joy and harmony. It is a place to discover your true potential and purpose. Moksha Slovenia is waiting for you to join us and embark on a journey of transformation and healing.

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The Tolmin Gorges a common name for the Tolminka and Zadlaščica Gorges, which are one of the most magnificent natural attractions in Tolmin. The Tolmin Gorges are the lowest and probably the most beautiful entry point into the Triglav National Park. The circular path leads us through the wild gorges of Tolminka and Zadlascica, which merge into the only confluence in the gorges on the territory of Slovenia.


Lake Bohinj is 4 km long, 1.2 km wide and up to 45 m deep, making it the largest natural lake in Slovenia. It can hold almost 100,000,000 m³ of water. With the Fužine massif in the north and the Bohinj mountains to the south, the lake fills the tectonic valley carved out by glaciers. The moraine marking the end of the old glacier slows the water as it drains. The Savica stream flows through the lake, which is at 526 m above sea level.


Krnsko jezero is nearly 400 metres long, 150 metres wide and 17 metres deep in its deepest part. There are 40 plant species living in the water ecosystem and 24 species of lower animals. Bathing is not allowed in the lake in order to preserve the ecosystem. Seize the moment and enjoy the view, which expands towards Krn and the surrounding peaks. In the shelter of these mountains, next to the lake, a real paradise of plants awaits you.


The Triglav National Park is an area where you can explore, learn, relax and experience pristine nature and make lasting memories. Slovenia’s only national park proudly covers 840 square kilometres in the heart of the Julian Alps. In this land of myths and legends, people still live in perfect harmony with nature. Vast, enchanting forests, deep-carved valleys, high-altitude pastures, and crystal clear waters that flow down from the slopes of the country’s highest mountain, Triglav, into rivers, lakes, and brooks.


The Kozjak waterfall, flows into the Soča river near Kobarid. The Kozjak stream has hollowed out its beds and as many as six waterfalls fall through rock barriers, the most famous of which is the second Veliki Kozjak waterfall, which is 15m high. The Veliki Kozjak waterfall is one of the biggest attractions in Kobarid, also because of its easy accessibility. The waterfall has hollowed out a dark hall, the ceiling of which has caved in and the bottom of which is flooded by a blue-green pool.

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