Slovenia is nestled between the Eastern Alps and the Adriatic sea and is surrounded by Italy, Croatia, Austria, Hungary. It is known as 'the land of water' and has a rich network of pristine river systems with streams like the world-famous Soca, considered as one of the most beautiful alpine streams in the world. In these cold, crystal clear waters and pristine river valleys you will find a true wilderness fly-fishing experience.
Fly-fishing in Slovenia is a stunning experience and offers true wilderness fly-fishing. Slovenia provides supreme sight-fishing on the crystal clear emerald green waters to various species including Brown, Rainbow and Brook Trout, Danube Salmon and Grayling.
Fly-fishing in Slovenia, however, is most famous for the unique strain of Marble Trout inhabiting these alpine streams. These beautiful, elusive and challenging fish have been recorded up to twenty-five kilos or fifty-one inches in length but are more commonly found in the twenty-three inch class. For the fly-fisherman who loves his Trout and Salmon, this is one species that is high on the 'must-catch' list.
Fly Odyssey has developed unique wilderness fly-fishing packages with the best fly-fishing guides in Slovenia. Fly Odyssey has a range of selected accommodation including rural farm houses, lakeside apartments, luxury resorts and dedicated fly fishing lodges. Fly Odyssey's bespoke packages will ensure that your fly-fishing experience in Slovenia is tailored to suit your wants and needs so that you experience all that this wonderful country has to offer.
Slovenia is easily accessed from Europe, the Middle-East and Asia with flights from many countries.
Passport with minimum six months validity and photo ID to purchase fishing licence.
Canadian, British, US, Australian and all EU citizens do not require a Visa to visit Slovenia.
- Currency: Euro
- Capital: Ljubljana
- Airport: Ljubljana airport
- Population: 2 million
- Language: Slovenian
- Religion: Roman Catholic
- Electricity: 220v two-pin
- Time: 1 hour ahead of GMT and 10 hours behind Australia