4-Day Hiking in the High Tatras Tour
Join us for the adventure in the High Tatras with the airport transfer from the Krakow Airport. Low fare flights to Krakow from London, Brussels, Berlin and many more European cities.
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Vacation Style Holiday TypeGuided Tours, Hiking
Activity Level Challenging
Group Size Small Group
We would like to invite you to an adventure in the High Tatras – the most famous and most stunning mountains of Slovakia. If you join this trip, we will visit our most favourite places.
This trip is intended for solo travellers, couples and small groups and everybody who likes hiking and being outdoors. The group will consist of maximum 8 paticipants. You can fly to our meeting point at Krakow Airport from many European cities (London, Dublin, Brussels, Berlin, Munich, Dortmund, Amsterdam etc), where you will be met at 14:00 on the first day and dropped off on the last day at 12:00.
The hikes that we are going to walk on this trip will be of medium difficulty. Everyday we will walk approx. 18 km with the total vertical ascent of 1000 metres. Some of the hikes involves short part of scrambling, so previous experience with scrambling is welcomed. The hiking trails in the High Tatras are pretty rocky, therefore a good pair of hiking boots with ankle support is a must.
To learn more about the trip, look at FAQs or contact us directly via email.
The High Tatras is the smallest mountain range with the alpine character in the world. Even though 26 peaks are higher than 2 500 metres (8 200 ft) and it offers almost everything, as for example the well-known Alps, except the glaciers. They melted away thousands of years ago (and that´s why the peaks are so sharp nowadays). 🙂
If you would like to explore it, don´t hesitate and join us on this trip. We will lead you in the mountains and show you the best places you can visit there. We will walk along the streams, through the dwarf pines, under the 2500 m high peaks, we will enjoy the lunch on the shore of the lakes and hopefully observe the wildlife such as the chamoix or marmots.
Popular activity among Slovaks is going to the thermal pool, so we shouldn´t skip this when you´re here. There is a good thermal pool with geothermal water close to the High Tatras. It´s really relaxing after long hikes in the mountains. We can visit the pool after the hike in the evening, so don´t forget to pack the swimwear.
If you have any further questions, feel free to contact me.
- 5x Accommodation in the apartments in twin rooms
- 5x Half Board – breakfasts and dinners
- Guiding by Slovak certified guide
- Transfer from and to the Krakow airport
- Transfers within the trip
- Financial protection according to Slovak Law
- Ticket for a cable car, entrance fees to the thermal pool and other possible visits
- Lunches – either at the mountain hut, or prepared by yourself
- Travel insurance covering this kind of activity
- Return flight tickets to Krakow, Poland
14:00 We will meet at the Krakow Airport
16:30 Arrival to the High Tatras
After settling down in the apartments, we will walk around the village, where we will be staying.
19:00 Dinner and briefing about the hike on the next day.
8:45 Leaving the hotel
I can´t tell you the day to day program in advance, as it depends on the weather. I will always choose the best hike, according to the weather forecast, but now I can tell you that we will visit interesting places such as the Green lake, the peak Predne Solisko, the most famous Štrbske lake and many more.
17:00-18:00 Coming back from the hike
9:30 Transfer back to the Krakow Airport
The accommodation will be provided in nice, spacious, fully equipped WILI TATRY apartments (9.5 Score on Booking.com). Apartment hotel WILI TATRY is situated in the village of Tatranska Lomnica, at the foot of the second highest peak of Slovakia – Lomnicky Peak.
We will meet in the Arrival zone of the Krakow Airport in Poland at 14:00. Please, arrive to the airport before 14:00. (Individual agreement possible).
You will be dropped off at the Krakow Airport on the last day at 12:00. Book your flights back after 13:30 – 14:00.
The hikes that we are going to walk on this trip will be of medium difficulty. Everyday we will walk approx. 18 km with the total vertical ascent of 1000 metres. Some of the hikes involves short part of scrambling, so previous experience with scrambling is welcomed. The hiking trails in the High Tatras are pretty rocky. Therefore a good pair of hiking boots with ankle support is a must.
Absolutely. Just let me know about your catering preferences when you confirm your booking to ensure any dietary requirements are met.
The basics are:
- Sturdy, broken-in hiking shoes or boots
- Rain/windproof jacket
- Lightweight, breathable hiking shirts and trousers
- Warm jacket or sweater
- Water bottle
- Small rucksack for carrying personal items
- Swimsuit and towel
- Sun protection (hat, sunglasses and sunblock)
- Trekking poles (optional but recommended)