Boka Waterfall

Boka Waterfall stands out as the most abundant and awe-inspiring cascade in Slovenia. Originating from the Kanin mountain range, the waters confront a formidable precipice at this location. The water flow varies, contingent on the season and rainfall. The most opportune time to witness the grandeur of Boka is during late spring, when the melting of substantial snow layers on Kanin results in a spectacular descent of up to a hundred tons of water per second. The waterfall plunges freely for 106 meters, followed by an additional descent of 30 meters.

The waterfall is easily visible from the Žaga – Bovec road. A marked path leading to the base of the waterfall branches off from the viewpoint on the left side of the bridge. The starting point of the trail is at the bend on the other side of the bridge and concludes directly above the source, requiring approximately an hour and a half to reach.