THE RIVERS IN SLOVENIA
The rivers in Slovenia fall into the Adriatic and Danube river basins and contain a considerable common number of fish species. Some species, however, are typical only of a specific catchment area.
Rivers of the Adriatic basin
The River SOČA and its tributaries is the main Slovenian river of the Adriatic basin. The most distinctive and well-known fish species of the Adriatic catchment are the marble trout and Adriatic grayling.
Other rivers of the Adriatic basin on offer: LEPENA, KAL KORITNICA, IDRIJCA, VIPAVA.
Rivers of the Danube basin
The River SAVA with its tributaries is the main Slovenian river of the Danube basin, with distinctive species including the Danube salmon, brown trout and grayling.
Other rivers of the Danube basin on offer: SAVA DOLINKA, SAVA BOHINJKA, RADOVNA, SAVINJA, MEŽA, KAMNIŠKA BISTRICA, KRKA.