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I would recommend the walk to Selo, but first call the owners and announce your visit. It is necessary because they have the farm and they are busy all the time. Once you reach the address where they have their own honey you will learn a lot about the use of the honey. I understood they organize the presentations for the groups, with the prior announcement of course, but if you are looking for specific kind of honey they will help you find it and give the explanation.

Jana, Sarajevo (BIH)

This was a short, informative and lots of fun educational tour. Kids and adults alike will be fascinated with the bees and the honey products are fun to taste. You also get an experience to lay down in a bunk bed and watch the bees close up and personal.

Barbara, Virginia

 Our small tour group was treated to an educational, informative hour long tour by a very passionate bee keeper with a very engaging manner. She described how she and her husband first started out and now have many, many hives each home tom60,000 bees. As we visited on a somewhat chilly day, few bees were flying out and about and we were really able to get a close up look at the hives.
We were also treated to some of the best tasting honey…I particularly enjoyed the Spruce and was able to purchase some in the small attached store.
Sue, Ohio

Dober dan Danijela!  We wanted to thank you once again for walking us through your beekeeping. You have created a beautiful farm and we were very grateful to learn about its history and operation. We hope to see you again soon, and are still enjoying your honey.

Thank you for protecting and helping the bees!
Christoper& Christine
Christoper& Christine

My husband and I went on a tour of a local beekeeper operation. What’s all the buzzzzzz-Beekeeping was started in Slovenia! The large colored buildings are called Apiaries. They were arranged to maximize efficiency and were colored for people to identify their hive. The Folkart started as religious to protect bees, and added art motifs that were humorous, and represented nature. World Bee day is May 20th-Slovenia is teaching the world beekeeping. This is a great educational tour. Really beautiful Folk Art and a local shop with bee products. Highly recommend. It costs 5 euros and was an hour tour.


Luv2travel86, California

Interesting, eye opening and fun

Me and my husband were on our honeymoon early October and thought it would be interesting to find out more about the honey history of Slovenia. We looked on the Kralov med website and sent a message through the contact us button. A lovely lady called Danielja messaged back on the same day offering us a demonstration the next day. We walked from bled centre which took around 30mins, lovely walk, to a town called Selo. Surrounded by beautiful farm land. We were at the bee hives for around 1.5 hours finding out lots more about the history and also about bees and honey in general. You get to see the bees working in an up close manner. Incredible! If you have a spare couple of hours while visiting Bled I would more than suggest this. Also there is the opportunity to taste and buy some delicious honey… (Much better than what’s in the shops and a better price) perfect present to take home. The demonstration was only €4 per person and she was happy to do it for just the two of us which I thought was lovely! I assume it’s a bit busier in the summer months.

Northampton, United Kingdom

Hannah Louise

Dear Ambrozic,
Really THANK YOU for your today tour and all information from you!
Its really important for us know that somebody like you is ready help us with beekeeping abd support us by information etc!
Best regards

  1. Blaz gave a great tour even though it was just me! Slovenian Honey is delicious and is being very much enjoyed back home. Thank you for all the great information.
Emmie Pich

We love it.

Morgan Harries

I am one of the visitors on this tour (in the orange jacket) and I enjoyed the visit so much! Thank you for the wonderful introduction to your apiary and educational experience we had there! Thank you for the welcome package you had for us, the honey and homemade cookies were a special treat. I love all of the honey I bought! The painting on beehive fronts is something I had never seen before.  Our group had a wonderful experience that day! Thank you so much!!

Joan Funk


It was a wonderful experience that I’ll never forget. The honey is delicious!  Thank you for your gracious hospitality.

Myrna Teague


Congratulations! Such lovely honey.

Jackie Baldwin



Samedin Myftari


There are so yummy,l now have the recipe.

Kimberly Hartke


Dear Blaz,
We were delighted to meet you, and learn about the bees and even the cows! We cannot express our gratitude enough, you made our stay in Bled extremely enjoyable. All our best.


Chris & Madhulika


Thank you very much for beeing very nice.I really loved the way you explained and showed bess.I wish you  and your family all the best. You are very comfortin person with smiley face. Best regards from family from Saudi Arebia.

Family from Saudia Arabia

Dear Blaz
I would like to thank you for showing my wife and I around your apiary while were were on holiday near Bled last week.  It was very interesting to see how you keep bees in Slovenia in bee houses.

Good luck with your bees this year and I hope you have a good honey crop.
Best wishes

Brenda and John Cox Stroud Glos


Blaz – thank you again for the education on bees and honey this morning.

Wil-Jackie Colón


How are you?

We are the family from Israel that visited your place 2 days ago in the morning..

I tried the Polen and the Achinei honey and its very good.

עידו הדרי‎ -hadari

Hello Blaz,
David and I would like to thank you for the tour you gave us last Saturday, we really enjoyed it! And  the honey and polen are great. I am not allergic to polen 🙂
I would very much like us to keep in contact and I hope to join the intro courses in March next year. If you could please send me some more info (dates, activities content, etc), both from the course at the center and your private training, that would be great.


Sara de la Rosa