Our guides' experience, dedication, and enthusiasm make them ideal ambassadors for your destination. They chart the course, finesse the details, and speak the language (English, as well as the local language). They also possess a truly rare skill, knowing when to let serendipity and inspiration take the lead.
Miha Klanjscek is a seasoned guide with over 15 years of experience travelling and guiding in the Balkan countries of the former Yugoslavia, one of the most culturally, architecturally, and geographically-diverse regions in the world. With an immense love of the landscape, the people, and the cuisine of his native region, Miha is involved in several outdoor sports, including road cycling, mountain biking, trail running, and trekking. An adventurer by heart, he is also highly-skilled ski instructor and he looks forward to showing our guests the charming medieval towns, lush alpine walking trails, and secret wine cellars of Slovenia & Croatia.
Since his early teens, Domen Bancic has been fueled by challenging adventures and endless curiosity-driven exploration—from hitchhiking and bicycle touring across most of Europe to jungle trekking and discovering ancient ruins in Central America and Southeast Asia. With a Bachelor’s degree in Russian studies and Master’s degree in Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology plus his years of experience as a Scout leader, his guiding skills span from bush craft to humanities and social sciences. Be it walking, mountaineering, or simply discussing the different facets of various cultural phenomena, Domen is the perfect companion for an exploration of the Adriatic region.
Like a mountain goat, Anze Princic’s natural habitat is the quiet and beautiful mountain environment. As a proponent of tourism development, he is eager to develop innovative ideas about regional tourism, with no preference for season as he is both a winter explorer and a summer hiker. He remains a scout at heart and you can often find him teaching survival skills to the next generation. His life principal is learning by doing and he is always expanding his knowledge by accepting new challenges which makes him a dedicated and passionate guide.
After more than six years of travelling and guiding tours though Asia, North Africa and the Middle East, the Balkans remain Jan Zoric’s favorite corner of the world. At university Jan focused on history and political science, but he also studies all manner of the great outdoors and he loves old cars (plus, there isn’t a soup he hasn’t tasted!). Now settled in Europe, he splits his time between guiding tours in Slovenia and Croatia and exploring the Balkans in his creaky (but reliable) vintage Mercedes.