In the Koca pri Savici is the entrance to the park. Admission is only € 2.40 for adults and 1.20 € for children. After walking up a stepped path for about 20 minutes through a lovely forest, you come to a wooden gazebo where you can see the great waterfall, Savica, which is more than 60 mts. high and is the source of the river Sava tributary of the Danube.
From the parking lot after crossing the Bridge of Napoleon, this is located just 15 minutes away and it is well marked. For the more daring or prepared, there are some optional excursions. There is a Full brochure in the tourist office next to the Museum.
In Slovene word means dolina valley. So it is the Logarska Valley, in the region of Carinthia, which is near the Austrian border. It is a beautiful glacial valley in the Alpine region, which opens dramatically before our eyes and has many marked trails to enable hiking and a major waterfalls among which we can find the Slap Rinka. It is an important area with local tourism and a good infrastructure for accommodation, there are both rural hotels and four star hotels in Plesnik, with excellent value for money. The summer weekends can be difficult to find accommodation if you have not made a reservation. The road that takes us out of the valley offers the possibility to go west across the Austrian land, and you can also visit a pretty harbor, before traveling by the Slovenian lands.