The Savinja River in northeast Slovenia is one of the most important waterways of this region. Flowing through the Upper and Lower Savinja valley, the watercourse travels through famous Slovenian cities such as Lasko and Celje.
In the Savinja Alps, the river runs into the Sava River near the Zidani Most. The Savinja River has been notorious for the number of floods created by the waterbody in its valley.
The Savinja River, with a length of around 96 km, is considered as one of the most popular rafting destinations in the European continent, as the whitewaters here offer great volume!
Moreover, the river is scattered with beautiful waterfalls, such as the Rinka waterfall, which flows by the side of a regulated river bed, making its way to the Logar Valley. The Rinka then merges with Jezera stream and mixes off with Savinja River. The Savinja River has several tributaries too.
The Savinja River white water rafting experience!
The exquisite waters of the river are, of course, a rafter’s paradise, thanks to its high proximity of waves and numerous rapids. Even though the river is pretty quiet at several places, some parts of the majestic water body are famous for providing some frothy, foaming waves coupled with enthralling rapids.
The picturesque Savinja River, with its incredible dynamism, pulls all rafting lovers to its torrents and makes them enjoy every minute while on the raft.
As you float through the waters, you can even have a good view of the scenic valley around you. The amazing valley allows you to test your true mettle as you cut through the waves and jump up and down through the rising waters. So, to make the best of your weekend, plan a quick trip to the Savinja River and enjoy the mesmerizing waters to the hilt