Every adventure requires preparation. Before you decide to book an activity, please read through the restrictions and get acquainted with the advice given by our experts.
If you want to participate in our activities, you must be aware of some restrictions: the minimum age of participants is 15 years for programmes involving firearms, 12 years for diving activities and 8 years for all other programmes. Persons under 14 years of age must be accompanied by an adult who shall sign the liability waiver on their behalf.
For safety reasons, pregnant women and people with health-related restrictions are discouraged from participation in most activities. If you have health-related restrictions, consult a physician beforehand.
You will also need at least a moderate fitness level to enjoy our activities to the fullest. If you can easily climb up a ladder, jump and do some squats, you won’t have any problems and will have a lot of fun.
What type of clothing to choose?
Choose clothing appropriate for the activities you will take part in. Since most of them are carried out outdoors in nature, we suggest you opt for hiking attire. We strongly discourage skirts, high heels, sandals or slippers and similar otherwise comfortable clothing and footwear, which are, however, unfortunately not appropriate for our activities. All other equipment is provided by our team.
Is Lynx Pro Adventure the right choice for you?
Because we want you to thoroughly enjoy our adventures, it is necessary to prepare for them properly. We want our courses to be the experience of your lifetime and will strive to remove any and all obstacles in your way. That is why our team of experts will advise you and share all their experience with you.
Signing a liability waiver
Regardless of which of our activities you participate in, you will need to sign a liability waiver beforehand. See the attached pdf file for details.
What's close by
The best pizzeria in town! In a cozy atmosphere right by the Rinža River, Gajba serves delicious pizzas, as well as traditional dishes cooked under embers in cast iron skillets, grilled and vegetarian dishes, and pancakes. In addition to a selection of beers from all over the world, you can also sample the local Matt beer. Bespoke lunches or dinners for groups can be arranged.
In a cozy atmosphere by the woods, the Falkenau Inn in Kočevje offers venison dishes, fish and meat dishes, traditional dishes cooked under embers in cast iron skillets, grilled and vegetarian dishes, pancakes and fine wines from 3 Slovenian wine growing area. Bespoke lunches or dinners for groups can be arranged.
They will sate your appetite for good food by serving you excellent stews, the traditional “Bela krajina” bread and grilled dishes, ans well as prepare roasted pigs or lambs for groups. High-quality Bela Krajina wines are also offered. For rafting adventures spanning several days, the option to bring food and drinks to a pre-arranged location is available.
In a cozy setting in the middle of the woods, Pr'Slavcu offers authentic forest-inspired local cuisine. Freshly harvested herbs from the surrounding pastures and centuries-old recipes are combined to provide culinary delights. They offer lunches and dinners for groups and special occasions, including weddings.
The Bearlog Hostel is the first hostel in Kočevje and is located in the town centre, next to the Kočevje Market and in the immediate vicinity of the bus station. Situated in a renovated house with a rich history, its exterior is considered cultural heritage and has remained the same as when the building was erected. The interior is furnished in a modern style and offers accommodation to suit various budgets.
Tri Zvezde Inn
The company running the inn has been involved in the catering business since 1986. The inn is famous for a wide range of traditional Slovenian dishes, professional and friendly staff and a pleasant atmosphere. In their work, they constantly strive to be the best and meet all expectations of their guests.
The Kovač family dates back to the 18th century, when they operated a horse carriage inn. In 1972, the eldest son Anton took over the inn management. He has built accommodation facilities next to the inn and expanded the latter’s catering offer. The turning point was 2002, when the old building was demolished and a family hotel was built in the style of the Slovenian folk tale hero Peter Klepec.
Krokar Virgin Forest
The Krokar virgin forest is a large expanse of beech trees, covering an area of 75 hectares. It is one of the key remnants of beech forests that survived the Ice Age and spread to Central Europe and the Carpathians. In 2018, it was listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
This bunker was built during the Cold War 80 meters below the surface. 500m of corridors and six underground rooms with their own water source and two electricity generators were designed to withstand a nuclear explosion, enabling the inhabitants to survive up to 100 days without outside help.