What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

The canyoning was a lot of fun. Loads of sliding down rocks & dropping into water. Beautiful countryside too, everywhere you looked was gorgeous around you. 

What did you think of your group leader?

Blaz is excellent, very laid back but knew exactly what he was doing & very easy to deal with for his friendliness & helpful manner. The team he had around him was very good also, with each of them having perfect english. 

Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

The hotel is nice, basic but nice enough. Its about a 20/25 mins walk outside of Kobarid. I'd advise to force yourself to head into Kobarid some of the evenings after the meal for a change of scenery, the walk home does n't seem so long when you've had a few drinks! I'd also bring a torch. And earplugs if you're a light sleeper as a church bell starts ringing from early morning every 15 mins. 

Is there anything else you would like to add?

Kobarid is very, very small, there's not that much to do there with only a very few restaurants & pubs to choose from, no shopping. Its a great holiday though with the drives in the morning taking only 20 mins to the river. Most afternoons you'll be free to do what you want - hiring bikes or going for a hike was a great way to do something out of the water. We'd 16 on our trip, we all got on great, you're with similar minded people so i'd advise to go ahead book & you'll have great fun & laughs.