A private tour that brings guests from the Czech Republic to the Slovenian Alps and other parts of the world.
The GietHoorns are renowned for their private tours and their private ski resorts.
The group, with over 4,000 members, have enjoyed a successful run since the early 1980s.
The Gianteo family opened the first Giet Hoorns in 1981, in Bratislava.
They moved the resort from Bratiska to Bratice in 2002, and the group has been on a steady rise since then.
The Giet hoorns ski resort in Brno is the only private ski resort located in the Czech republic.
The resort has its own private road, called the Pskov Valley Road, and has been named as one of the top destinations in the world for tourists.
The group has enjoyed a strong run, with several of its members having managed to stay in the Sloveni Alps, including the Giro d’Italia.
In 2017, the Giantes bought a ski resort near Brno called Ski La Grange.
This is the first time a group of ski-resort tourists from the UK has visited Slovenia.
They have been taking private trips there since 2002.
The Giambiks own the Giato Resort in Brnica, which has hosted several world events including the World Cup and the Commonwealth Games.
They also own a ski-area in Krumlovskij, in the northern part of the Czech Alps, and a ski lodge in Brnicica, in a resort called Giaulia.
Tourists from the Giaiaura ski resort also visit the Giothoorns ski-tour in Brnovica, a popular destination for holidaymakers.
In the early 1990s, the Slovenians also opened their first ski-lift resort called The Skink.
This has been a popular tourist destination for many years and has hosted ski-mountain tours to the north of the country.
The ski-ramp was originally set up in 1982, but has since been upgraded to the Giambik resort, and is now a resort that attracts over 50,000 visitors annually.
The main ski lifts and skis are in the Gieko Valley and Giekna, with many other popular resorts such as the Dornier and Skopje ski areas in the south of the Slovens region.
The ski area has also hosted several ski-summits.
For many years, the ski resort was operated by a small group of Slovak ski-sport stars.
However, the business is now run by a group called the Gjesko Group.
The team is made up of three individuals from the Slovak skiing industry and the Gitaš Group.
Kadija Skoda and Olga Klimareva are the owners of the Giganic family.
In 2010, the Slovaks opened their own ski-park, the Skillejskog, and are now in the process of refurbishing and expanding the resort.
A year later, the group bought a resort in the town of Skopjanka, on the banks of the Krumlice River.
They have been expanding the business ever since, opening new resorts in Krasnoyarsk, in what is now the province of Novocherkassk, and in Brkicic.
As well as the private ski-lifts, they have also recently opened their resort in Kramlice, on a stretch of land near the Slovenes border with the Czech-Hungarian Republic.