The Škocjan Caves Park is situated in the classical Karst landscape in SW of Slovenia.
The Caves with their vast halls and underground canyon hold a special place in Slovenia. Due to their exceptional natural and cultural heritage, the Škocjan Caves have been on UNESCO's list of world heritage sites since 1986. The course of the Reka River in the Škocjan Caves gives a truly special character to the entire network of caves. The Škocjan caves were entered on the Ramsar List of Wetlands of International Importance in 1999 and are since 2004 included as the Karst Biosphere Region under the MAB Programme. You can also visit the ethnological exhibition, the karstological exhibition and the biological, geological and archaeological exhibitions.