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Outdoor Photography Course in the Slovenian Alps

Grab your camera and immerse yourself in the stunning and remote Slovenian Alps. 3 days. 1 day off work.


Trip Ref #9740

Adventures / Adventure School

Outdoor Photography Course in the Slovenian Alps

Grab your camera and immerse yourself in the stunning and remote Slovenian Alps. 3 days. 1 day off work.

2 nights
Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport
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This trip is designed for both beginners and experienced nature photographers. It's ideal for anyone looking to bolster their photography skills (and make unforgettable friends in the process).


Discover the quiet wonder of the Triglav National Park. Be inspired by its serrated peaks, roaring rivers and ancient mountain culture. Whether you're an established photographer looking for their next conquest or an amateur hoping to hone their hobby, you'll be amazed by the landscape and grow stylistically, thanks to expert guidance from a professional local photographer.

  • 3 days' exploration alongside lessons from a professional photographer
  • 1 night of accommodation in a hotel/apartment
  • 1 night in a mountain hut
  • All meals
  • From/To Airport transportation
  • Local transportation

Day 1: Arrival and Travel to Bohinj

You’ll be met by your guides at Ljubljana Airport and be driven to the delightful town of Bohinj, checked in and left to your own devices until dinner. You can spend this time exploring the village, unwind in the hotel room or take a dip in the lake or grab a beer. Head back to base for a yummy dinner and get to know your hosts and fellow travellers.

(1hr 15m driving)

Day 2: Photograph Zajamniki

Wake up to the Slovenian sunrise and tuck into a tasty continental breakfast. Then it’s time to find your lenses, pack the van and head to Zajamniki. You’ll be met by a roaring fire, freshly brewed coffee and the sight of your mountain hut accommodation for the night.

After lunch, you’ll participate in a workshop centred on landscape and architectural photography. Then you’ll put your skills into action and visit the city. After an afternoon ambling around Zajamniki, you’ll stop for some dinner.

At sunset, you’ll learn all about how to capitalise on contrasts and colour and will learn extra skills like utilising lens flare. Then you can either turn in for the night or try your hand at some night photography.

Day 3: Photograph Mt Triglav

Wake up bright and early, grab your camera and photograph the orange-hued Mt. Triglav, Slovenia’s highest peak. Then it’s back to the hut for breakfast and some free time, before packing your bags and driving to Bohinj.

But it’s not over yet; once there, you’ll have lunch and even get a chance to try Slovenian delicacies like Carniolan sausages and Žlikrofi (dumplings), before finishing off with a slice of Gibanica cake. If you’re lucky, you may be able to sneak in some time at the sauna (entry fee not included) before leaving for the airport.

Please Note

All our adventures take place in wild places. Things can go wrong in wild places. Your perfectly planned itinerary may change a bit (or a lot) if the weather turns, someone gets hurt, or a volcano erupts. Usually though, changes make it all the better.

On your first night, you'll stay in a cosy 3-star hotel or apartment in the centre of Bohinj. You'll stay in double rooms, but double and single rooms are available on request.

Your second night will be spent experiencing traditional Slovenian mountain culture. You'll stay in a typical mountain hut; built using the area's long-utilised methods, the huts are comfortable and contain single beds. You'll reconnect with nature and get an opportunity to detox digitally, as there is no hot water or electricity in the huts.

While Slovenia shares a land border with Italy and boasts many of the same features - beautiful sea and mountainscapes, an enviable climate and a rich culture - it comes with none of the crowds. More than 60% of this small European country is covered by forests and mountains, making it an unmissable destination for travellers longing to detach from the chaos of the city and reconnect with Mother Nature.

You'll escape off into the Northwest's famous Triglav National Park; known for its emerald green peaks, cascading waterfalls and dense, pine forests, it's secreted away from the tourist trail and defined by its photogenic panoramas. The park is home to vibrant ecosystems, gorgeous glacial lakes like Bohinj, the beautiful forest of Pokljuka and a range of mountain villages.

Start Point

Ljubljana Airport - 17:00
Your adventure begins at Ljubljana Airport (LJU) with your airport transfer at 17:00. Please schedule your flight to arrive more than 30 minutes before this time, your driver will be waiting for you in the arrivals area. If you’re not able to join the transfer, you can book any flight and easily be picked up from Ljubljana Main Bus/Train Station before 15:30 or Bled Bus Station between 17:00 and 18:00. Additional private transfers at different times can be arranged upon request.

Finish Point

Ljubljana Airport - 17:00
At the end of your adventure, you will be dropped back at Ljubljana Airport (LJU) at 17:00.You’re free to book any flight that departs after 19:00. Alternatively, you can be dropped off at Ljubljana city centre, please let your host know when booking.

During the summer, temperatures in the mountains can rise to 25 °C. Meanwhile, spring and autumn offer cooler days, with temperatures averaging at 10-15 °C. Winter, like much of Europe, can be very chilly and drop to 0°C, especially in the mornings and evenings.

You'll be guided by Katja. She is a professional landscape photographer with years of international experience working in countries such as New Zealand, Ireland and the United States. She's been in the professional photography business for over five years and has dedicated her life to discovering Slovenia's forgotten corners and hidden gems with the world.

She has participated in National Geographic exhibitions and has been published in the Guardian, Petapixel and fStoppers.

Usually groups are made up of solo travellers and small and adventurous groups looking to immerse themselves in nature. All will have a love of all things wild, and an interest in capturing remote landscape photography.

You can expect delectable continental breakfasts, locally sourced lunches and traditional dinners. Dietary needs can be accommodated, all you need to do is let your hosts know when you're booking.

The following are not included in the price:

  • Travel insurance
  • Lunch on the first day and dinner on the last day
  • Personal expenses
  • Alcoholic drinks
  • Tips for your guide (optional)

This trip will run with a minimum of 2 people and a maximum of 6.

Please note, if there are not 4 people booked the trip may be rearranged or cancelled.

Sure can! A lot of people do, and it's a great way to meet like-minded people.

Recommended gear / other equipment :

  • Photography equipment; digital camera and lenses
  • Photography equipment; tripod, filters (recommended, but not necessary)
  • Backpack for carrying personal gear
  • Headtorch
  • Warm clothes (plenty of layers). The weather in the mountains can be unpredictable (You can check the weather forecast at
  • Waterproof hiking shoes or boots
  • Waterproof jacket and trousers
  • Water bottle and snacks

This trip is suitable for anyone who can do anything up to a 1-hour forest walk. Due to uneven surfaces, this tour is not recommended for those with walking disabilities or using a wheelchair.

This trip is suitable for beginner or experienced photographers.

Yes, children are from the age of 12 are welcome to join this trip, if you're booking as a private group.

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