At the place where the Korita camp stands today there stood the rear battle lines of the Austrian army during First World War (1914-1918). On the site of the huts of an army today stand the camp’s reception and dorms.
Camp Korita was established in 1989 by Jože Kašča, when he was already 66 years old. Camp was taken over by his grandson Peter della Bianca in 2006. He started an eco camping experiment and expanded the offer of traditional camping on glamping. Today Peter and his family are creating a pleasant atmosphere of camping-glamping experience of their boutique camping site.
Camp with its carefree and a bit artistic atmosphere offers you magnificent opportunity for a holiday getaway. Don’t get afraid of neighbour’s big black pet patrolling at night. It’s true its name is Bear (Medo in Slovenian), but he is just very friendly dog.
Camp Korita is family business which promotes dwelling in the middle of the unspoilt nature. Peter and his family welcome all of those bringing their own tents and sleeping bags, ready to enjoy traditional camping. On the other hand the glamping site of the Camp Korita offers all the cozzines of glamping resort to snuggle up at night for relaxed dinners and campfires.
Small camp next to emerald river enables a boutique experience of camping and glamping. Hospitality is one of the highest priorities. Whether you need an information about outdoor activities, directions for your next trip or the best option to have a breakfast, the staff of Camp Korita will be more than happy to assist you.
One of the essential visions of the camp is to keep surrounding nature area preserved as it is. Camp Korita is therefore developing environment friendly as possible. The evidence of camp’s sustainability is wooden constructions of Trenta tents, villas and chalets perfectly blending with landscape.
owner and manager, mentor
inspired by the wilderness of the area
love to bring people together
master of visualization
rafting guide/volleyball coach/NLP coach
guitar always at hand
mug of cold beer
a warm welcoming with a tray of tiny red glasses
a great atmosphere keeper
Soča valley information sharing at all times
laughing until crying companion
no smart phone, lots of books
making the best tomato carpaccio with some extra olive oil on summer evenings
a glass of red wine
pop up chill out places arranging master
semi-professional signs maker
creating is synonym for breathing
best improvised pastas ever
a glass of unfiltered beer
sustainable living, anti palm oil and plastic enthusiast
wordsmithing content creator
catching camping/glamping moments on the camera
delighted to work in homemade cheese paradise
a sip of homemade schnapps
open-minded and optimistic; easy-going through life
crafts and homemade delights admirer
travel to meet people and listen to their stories
summer for hiking and winter for skiing
relaxing with books and editing photos
outside of car and TV owning world
volunteering and Couchsurfing to widen the horizon
craft beer and hot cup of coffee
canyoning guide: ICOpro International Canyoning Organization for Professionals
20 years of canyoning experiences all over the Europe
sliding down the waterfalls and jumping into tiny holes in Greece, Italy, Corsica, Austria and in our own paradise
always cleans wetsuits and canyoning equipment very (!) neatly
full of advices about hiking trails
on an ordinary day surprises with a culinary specialties
member of house/camp band
absolutely for beer